North Carolina Newspapers

    November 5.
Newman To Be
Quest Pianist
November 10
Dr. William S. Newman, asso
ciate professor of music and chair
man of instruction in piano at the
University of North Carolina, will
present a piano recital at 8:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, November 10, in Mem
orial Hall.
In addition to his positions at
UNC, Dr. Newman is chairman of
the Senior Piano Committee of
Music Teachers National Associa
tion. He is also a member of the
Executive Board of American
Musicological Society.
Native to Cleveland, Ohio, Dr.
Newman received most of his for-
m'al education there and his BS in
Music Education, MA in Music
History, and Ph D in musicology
at Western Reserve University. He
received private training in theory
and composition, music education,
piano, and musicology.
Among other awards he won
scholarships in music from the
Cleveland Board of Education and
the Concord School of Music and
fellowships from Western Reserve
University. At UNC in 1947, he
received a Carnegie Research Grant
to implement his “History of the
Sonata Idea.”
Dr. Newman has presented con
certs and lecture-recitals in muse
ums, art galleries, universities, and
other educational institutions. In
various cities he has given first
performances of sonatas by Rust,
d’lndy. Sessions, Bloch, Hewitt,
Wagner, and others.
Before assuming his position at
UNC, Dr. Newman was employed
as choral director and instructor of
appreciation, orchestra, band, the
ory, and music history in various
high schools, universities, and
music schools. He was also a pri
vate teacher in piano and theory.
For two years Dr. Newman was
with the Army Air Force Intel
ligence.
Dr. Newman is author of “Thir
teen Keyboard Sonatas of the
Eighteenth and Nineteenth Cen
turies”, “The Pianist’s Problems”,
and "Keyboard Sonatas by the
Sons of Bach”. He has in prepa
ration “A History of the Sonata
Idea” and “Toward An Under
standing of Music”, He has had
published critical editions, reviews
of books and music, and articles
for numerous periodicals. He pos
sesses one of the world’s most
comprehensive sonata libraries.
An extensive traveler. Dr. New
man has studied in twelve countries
of Western Europe. He has a
speaking knowledge of French and
a reading knowledge of French,
German, Italian, Dutch, Latin,
Spanish, and Portugese.
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News Briefs
The Canterbury Club will meet
Monday, November the eighth at
six-thirty in the visual aid room of
South.
Everyone is urged to attend, as
this is the last meeting at which
Mr. Thomsen will be present.
Betsy Liles and Agnes Rennie will
show slides from their European
trip.
* * *
At a recent meeting of the Bul
letin Board Committee, the group
announced revisions in the make
up of the bulletin board and asked
the cooperation of the students in
making the announcement corner
as attractive as possible.
Letters have been cut out divid
ing the board into two sections,
one headed Meetings, the other
headed Features. A box with cards,
pencils, and thumb-tacks has been
placed on the table beneath the
board; under the table is a waste
basket for' disposal of out-of-date
announcements.
The second meeting of the Pre
sident’s Forum was held Monday,
November 1, at 7:00 p.m. Jane
Little, on-campus vice-president,
presided as chairman The minutes
of the last meeting were read and
approved.
Bobbi Kuss presented the report
from the faculty-student committee
concerning Christmas activities.
The forum decided that any
group who washed to organize a
new club on campus was to submit
a copy of its constitution to the
forum for consideration. The
forum will then make recommen
dations concerning the proposed
organization to the faculty board.
Six Students
Louise Barron. A double major in
Mathematics and English, she is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Barron. Secretary of the Student
Government this year, Louise ser
ved as house president of Clewell
her sophomore year. In addition
to being Assistant Feature editor
of the Salemite, she also w'rites for
the Sights and Insights.
Betsy Liles was elected president
of the state FTA last spring;
Diantha Carter is recording secre
tary.
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Here’s The Score
By SissJe Allen
and Jo Smitherman
This week: a summary of the
hockey season, a preview of the
volleyball season, and lots of athle
tic Salemites connected with .each.
The sophomores retained,the
hockey title they won last year by
beating the freshmen, 2-0. Ann
Miles, center forward, scored both
sophomore goals.
Carolyn Kneeburg, beaming over
the successful season, announced
the following selections to the var-
city: Sissie Allen, Nellie Ann Bar-
row, Jean Currin, Barbie Huth,
Carolyn Kneeburg, Mary Cook
Kolmer, Ann Miles, Ann Mixon,
Betty Morrison, Katherine Oglesby,
and Betsy Smith. Honorable men
tion went to Louise Fike, Dott
Allen, Brenda Goerdel, Ann Crej
shaw, and Linda Chappell.
These girls will be invited to a
tend a hockey playday on Novem
ber 13 at Woman’s College.
With the cold weather came vo
leyball practice. Katherine Ogles'
by, volleyball manager, has an
nounced that the freshmen an
leading in practice attendant
Here are the class managers wh
at
have the job of keeping class
tendance up to par: senior, Jackii
Nielson; junior, Jane Langston
sophomore, Ann Crenshaw; fresh
man, Mary Cook Kolmer,
Practice, as usual, is at 4:45 eacl
afternoon Monday through Thurs
day in the gym. The tournamen
will be held between Thanksgiving
and Christmas.
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