March 26, 1954 Ann Campbell, “Miss Charm”, Likes Bridge, Records, Clothes By , Connie Murray Dark, attractive Ann Campbell opened her big brown eyes wide in amazement, and the only sound that came out was “Good land! Won’t my mother be surprised!” Ann js Salem’s “Miss Charm” for 1954. She was elected by members of the I. R. S. and the Salemite on the basis of poise, charm, and neatness. A Murfreesboro girl, (“It’s a nice little town, but I don’t want to stay there . . . though there’s as much to do as there is here.”) Ann is the daughter of Mrs. George H. Campbell. She is an organ major with a minor in voice, and rooms with Emily Baker. This S’ 9” brownette was a fresh man feature girl for Sights and In sights last year. She has been on the T. R. S. and Y councils and was treasurer of her class last year. On the subject of clothes, “Miss Charm” said she liked suits and tailored outfits, but has no use for sport clothes. She also likes lirge earbobs and bracelets, and her favorite color is red. Her hobbies ?—collecting classical records and playing bridge. “I love to watch football (her favorite sport) and if girls played it, I would !” Ann had the lead in “Dark of the Moon” last fall, playing , the singing, flirtateous Barbara' Allen. She “loves acting and loves plays— it s the' rhost fun in the world.” When Ann was asked about her interests, she replied, “He’s Roy Matthews from Franklin; Va. He goes to Washington and Lee and made Phi Beta Kappa I” Ann looks for certain qualities in a man. He should be “intellectual, have poise and personality, and should be tall.” Ann places all these qualities above good looks. “I’d like to live in a college town, and play in a church with a big organ. I want to get married and have six kids.” As for things she’d like to have, Ann wants “a car and a trip to Europe someday.” Our Miss Charm” also has a suppressed desire to sing in a night club. Her dislikes are hillbilly music, void people, and beets. It is evident Ann has all the qualities that make her an interest ing “Miss Charm.” We offer our congratulations to her for an honor justly rated. News Briefs The softball schedule has been announced and is as follows; Tues day: freshmen vs. juniors; Wed nesday: freshmen vs. seniors; Thursday: sophomores vs. juniors. The games will begin at 4:50 p.m. * ♦ * ^ % Ne.xt Tuesday and Thursday in chapel the YWCA wall sponsor an auction sale. The proceeds are to go to the Foreign Student Fund and the World United Fund. * * * * Ella Ann Lee 'will give a piano recital tonight at 8:30 p.m. in Memorial Hall. Everyone is in vited to attend. * ♦ ♦ * ♦ Mary Joyce Wilson, a senior from Rural Hall and Maid of (Continued On Page Four) New Officers (Continued ' from pa^e one), year acted as assistant director of “Dark of the Moon” and stage manager of “The Member -„of the Wedding.”. ; . ' The new Salemite. editor, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. , Louis H. Reiland. During her first two years at Salem, Sally, an English major, concentrated her time on working with the Pierrettes and writing for the Salemite. This year, in addition to being a marshal and a member of the Scorpions, she is managing editor of the Salemite, business manager of the Pierrettes, and director of May Day. Bobbi, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W, Kuss of Allentown, was secretary of her freshman class, class president during her sopho more year, and during the current year has served as secretary of the Student Government association. She has also been a member of the A. A. Council and is a newswriter for the Salemite. The new “Y” president is the daughter of Mrs. S. B. Law of Kinston and is a math major plan ning to teach elementary grades. Sara has been- a member of Stu dent Council, on the staff of Sights and Insights, newswriter for the Salemite, and treasurer of her Campus Shots Alison and Connie doing needle point . , . Betty Lynn’s 8:00 visitor —Phil ... Cecelia Black’s diamond .. . . Parents’ Day a big success . . . Carolyn atid Lquise excited over Charleston .. . .Emily McClure’s Citadel bar . . big diet on 3rd floor Clewell . . . sociology class going to Raleigh . . . Davidson’s invasion of Salem during their spring vacation ... sophomore term paper blues , . . new bride in Sisters . . . P. J.’s new car . . . Alison’s call from Fort Jackson . . . Temple—Who is it this time? . . . Carol Campbell carrying pillow to classes for her “extreme posterior” . . . will spring holiday’s ever get here ? . . . girls coming home from the practice house . . . 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