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Salem College, Winston-Salem, N. C., Friday, May 8, 1953
Mary Jones Memorial Concert
To Be Given By Music Faculty
A i7-.emor;al conccrl will Ik presented for xMiss Marj- E. [ones, a
DiCiriber O' tlic music laculty for j3 years until her 'death last’ fall, by
seven fucii'ty members of the Salem College School of Music.
The concert will be al 8:30 p.ni. Monday, May 11, 1953 in Memorial
11 all. .
Appearing on tbe program will be Clemens Sandresky, Mrs. Joan
lacobowsvy, Miss Alargaret Vardell, Mrs. Margaret Merriman, Eugene
lacohio vsl.r; , F’aul Peterson and Hans Heidemann.
Tliere will be no admittance-Jft-
charge; I'O’.vever, an offering will
be taken. Proceeds from the con
cert will be used to establish a
music sdtolarship for a Winston-
Salem. girl or boy up to 18 years
of age. The scholarship winner
will 0 r e f e r a b 1 y he needy and
The following program is to be
Partita in 13 flat major , , Bach
Dean Clemens Sandresky, pianist
Trock’ne Blumen Schubert
Die Ro.ses, tie Lilie Schuman
,\n die Musik .. .. . Schubert
Joan Jacobowsky. soprano
Hans ineidemann, accompanist
Pastorale Roger Ducasse
Margaret \ ardcll, organist
Nocturne opus 9. no. 2 Chopin
Concert Etude MacDowell
Sonata in F major
Eugene jacobowsky, violinist
iJanza, Danza fanctiilla gentile
.\ria; T1 lacerato spirito Verdi
fion' Simon Boccanegra
Faui Peterson, baritone
Nefl Glenn, accompanist
(. oncer*:o in A minor Grieg
Atlleg "o molto moderato
, wans Heidemann,
the first piano
at the second piano
Three da\-s shall be given to stu
dents to report themselves for fail
ure to comply with regulations or
infringements of the honor code,
announced Alice McNeely, presi
dent of Student Government in
Ill slating other new policies of
Student Government, Alice an-
noimccfl that one call down shall
be given for failure to sign out for
holidays at the time designated.
The section from the handbook
which stipulates that students will
be granted tlie privileges of the
class above them for the last three
weeks of school was read by Alice.
These privileges will be granted
only if tlie student is in “good
standing” with the Student Govern
To Hold Forum
Robie M. Macauley of Greens
boro will conduct the Writing
Workshop of the second term com
position class on Thursday, May 14.
Mr. Macauley, author and critic,
is professor of English at W. C.
U. N. C. and teaches advanced
courses in writing.
klis first novel, “The Disguises of
Love,” was published this past win
ter. Of this first long w'ork, Fred
erick J. Hoffman commented
“ . . . Robie Macauley has made
of superficial and commonplace
matters a novel of peculiarly fine
and absorbing texture.”
Other stories b3' Mr. Macauley
have been reprinted in “Tlie O.
Henry Stories of 1951” and “The
Best .American Short Stories of
Mr. Macauley studied under
Ford Madox Ford at Olivet Col
lege, and also attended Kenyon
College and Rreadloaf School of
Those in the composition class,
instructed by Miss Jess Byrd, are
Alison Britt, Jean Calhoun, Cyn
thia May, Connie Murray, Flad-
\vig Stolwitzer, Bryan Balfour, and
Russell R. Chambers.
Larkins, Pfohl Will Speak At
Senior Graduation Exercises
Dr. John D, Larkins, state sen
ator and Bishop J. Kenneth Pfohl
will he the principal Commence
ment speakers at Salem’s gradua
Senator Larkins will deliver the
Commencement address at 11:00
John D. Larkins
a.m. Monday, June 1, Bi.s-ho'p
I’fohl will deliver the Baccalaure
ate sermon at 11 :00 a.m. Sundavy
Senator Larkins, from Trenton,
has served nine terms as a state
senator. He is a graduate of Wake
Forest College and law school. A
leader in the state senate, he has
served as a member of the Budget
Advisory Commission for the past
two legislative sessions and was
chairman of the commission in the
last session. Fie has also been
chairman of the National North
Carolina Cancer Drive.
Bishop Pfohl, bishop of the Mo
ravian Church, is a graduate of the
University of North Carolina and
of Moravian Theological Seminary
in Bethlehem, Penn.
He is a member of the American
Bible Society and holds an honor
ary degree from Moravian Col
lege in Bethlehem, Penn. He is
chairman of the Salem College
Board of Trustees and also a mem-
her of the Board of Trustees of
Moravian College and Theological
Rev. Thomas Frazer, rector of
St. I’aul’s Episcopal Church in
Winston-Salem, will be speaker at
vespers at 6:45 p.m. Sunday, May
31. Vespers will he held outdoors
in front of the Home Management
Past and Future European Travelers Dream
Of French Lovers, Italian Villas, And Paris
it ? The word just does something
to an imaginative person.
I'reuch lovers, Italian villas,
Swiss Alps, British countryside.
Lewis, Philips Will Present
Joint Senior Music Recital
Marian Lewis, soprano, and Nell
Philips, organist, will ]>resent a
joint senior graduating recital at
8:30 p.rr.., Thur.s'day, .May 14 :in
During her four years at Salem,
Marian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
R. B. Le’ivis of Raeford, has been
pre.sident of the Junior Class, pre
sident of Student Government and
a representative to Who’s Who.
Marian is a religious music
.major, with a major in voice and
a minor in organ. She has studied
under Mr, Paul Peterson and Miss
Margaret Vardell. She will be ac
companied by Mrs. Bailey Glenn.
Nell Philips, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Philips of Battle-
boro, ijas been president of the
Canterbury Club, a member of the
Choral Ensemble and a church or
ganist and choir director and an
activ^e worker in the Y. W. C. A.
. Nell, a religious music major with
an organ major and a voice minor,
has studied under Miss Margaret
Vardell and Mrs. Nell Starr.
By Betty Lynn Wilson j Venetian canals, and Parisian shops
Europe—an exciting word, isn’t ;ire hazy scenes to the majority of
Yet there are tliose whose re
collections of Black Market cigar
ettes, Communist rallies, orchids,
and sunrises are as vivid as a
Sandra Whitlock cowers when
she tells of her escapade, abroad
down a dark alley to get cigar
ettes that were so very illegal that
they were tossed out a third story
Jean Edwards is one among
many who can reminisce with a
romantic look. On the trip going
over, there was a young American
on his way to the American Em
bassy in Paris.
A few moments after seeing
Jean, he had arranged a later
meeting. Before the trip was over,
llic two were great friends.
By the time the London skyline
could he seen, Jean’s excitement
had mounted to such heights that
she had forgotten about her em
bassy friend. Then three monst
rous orchids arrived from the
young gentleman—see Jean for the
rest of the story.
Do you knowi what “damen” and
“herren” mean? Neither did Myra
Dickson until last summer.
Myra w'anted to wiash her hands
and seeing two doors with damen
and herren w-ritten on them, she
entered the one reading herren.
Naturally, while Myra was in her
ren, a ‘little man’ waddled in.
In her flurry to leave, she forgot
her rings and didn’t realize the
loss for several minutes. Mj^ra
went back to herren to get her
rings, but found them gone.
Deciding the ‘little man’ had
taken them, she reported to the
bellhop wJrb told the desk clerk
who found the manager who finally
reported to the ‘little man’ who
was an hotel official.
To make matters worse, each
time a new hotel attendant entered
the picture, Myra had to explain
w'hat she was doing in heeren and
wdiji she wasn’t in damen. Yes,
she did get her rings hack, but
only after many moments of em
barrassment and explanation.
Boots Hudson smiles rather
1'lic program will be as follows;
\ ariations on “Unter der Lin
den Grume” Sweclinck
Art Thou Troubled Handel
Jerusalem (St. Paid)
Spirate Pur, Spirate ....Donaudy
Non Pui D’Amore Falconieri
VVachet Auf, Ruft uns die
Herzlich thut Mich Verlangen
Nun freut euch, lieben Christ-
eng mein Bach
Do Not Go, My Love Hageman
Mam’selle Marie Guion
Twilight Dreams Sibella
T Hate Music Bernstein
Let All My Life Be Music
The Squirrel Weaver
her elevator man, but she really
grins at the mention of Tarzan.
He was 6’4” and was Italy’s
Jolmiij' Weismuller as far as size
is concerned. They met in a side
walk cafe in Rome and a few
minutes after the meeting, he was
madly in love with her.
Boots said that Tarzan told her
lie was Italy’s champion swimmer
(which she well believes) and im-
mediatelj' serenaded her in a huge
Barbara Fisher really became
aware of the tense political situa
tion last summer when she and
her companions were stopped by
American M. P’s, The\i were un-
^\illingly walking straight into a
Communist rally and obviously
wouldn’t have been safe.
Ann R. Morgan still laughs when
she recalls the terrible snubbing
she received in a swank London
jhil), because she wore a Kelly-
green cloth coat rather than a
silver blue fox stole.
Faye Lee dreamily remembers
moonliglit carriage rides and scenes
on Capri, hut insists that her mem
ories are not for publication.
Everyone knows that a genuine
French meal consists of seven or
eight courses. Boots and Jean
were thoroughly enjoyin.g a dinner
in a French restaurant, but by the
fourth course, both were too full
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Will Be Guests
The seniors who have been stu
dent-teachers this year are honor
ing their critic-teachers with a
dinner to be held at 6:(X) p.m. on
Tuesday night, May 12, in the Club
Critic, teachers from both Win
ston-Salem City Schools and For
syth County Schools have been in
The student-teaciiers, Dr, Welch,
Aliss Samson, and Mrs. James M.
Hart are representing Salem. The
superintendents of the city and
county schools. Dr. John W. Moore
and Dr. Ralph B. Brimley, and
other members of tbe administra
tive staffs of the various schools
sheepishly when asked to tell of will F;fe present.
J. Kenneth Pfohl
Al 5:30 p.m. immediately pre
ceding the vesper service, Dr. and
Mrs. Dale H. Gramley will enter
tain the graduating seniors, their
families and the faculty at an out
In case of rain vespers will be
held in the Home Moravian Church
and the dinner will be served ill
Salem’s calendar for the last two
weeks before exams has been filled
with sports activities.
The 1953 A. A. swimming meet
will he held during chapel period
next Tuesday, May 12, at the col
Four events will be held in style
and speed. They will be classified
as follows; free style, side stroke,
tiack stroke and breast stroke.
The meet will be staged between
classes with a 5-3-1 point system
for each event. The class with the
highest number of points will be
the victor. The six swimmers
participating in each event will be
chosen by the class swimming
Miss Margaret Chapman and
W. B. Ea^t, Jr. will be the judges.
The softball tournament con
tinued this week with the sopho
mores and freshmen winning games
against the seniors.
On Monday night the sopho
mores were successful in winning
their first game of the season when
they defeated their “big sisters”
The freshmen defeated the sen
iors by a 15-2 score on Tuesday.