Drtober 18, 1937
Stork Brings Eleanor On October 5;
littlest Salemite Is As Cute As Pie
Early on a rainy, cold Saturday
about two weeks ago I was wan-
jjfing sleepily around the third
floor of Memorial Hall when my
jye lit on a note tacked to the
bulletin board. Someone had hur-
ridely scratched; “It’s a girl, 7V2
mothers. However, no information
leaked out in the next few days
as to the baby’s features—her arms
W'rists, hands, and fingers. So on
their return from the hospital I
went across the street to visit the
new mother in her new house and
the latest addition to the School
of Music faculty.
Margaret Sandresky greeted me
warmly and commenced to tell me
what fun it was to have a baby
around the house. The Dean had
warned me that “the baby looks
just like Margaret.’’ But her
theory, she told me, is that “Elea
nor is the image of her father with
her dark hair and long tapering
fingers.” This was absolutely baf
fling for one after the facts, so I
tiptoed up into the nursery to de
cide for myself, but came out twice
as confused. The baby, sleeping
[ in her blue and white bassinett
I looked exactly like her grandfather
Dr. Charles Vardell.
The nurse carefully instructed me
iiews In Review
that Eleanor definitely has piano
hands, though admitted on cross
examination that all babies have
rather slender fingers. I was going
to ask if she had been tested yet
for absolute pitch, but squelched
that when I learned that babies
don’t hear for at least ten days.
Eleanor won’t have to sweat her
musical aptitude test for a few
No plans have been mapped out
yet by her parents for E.leanor’s
career, musical or otherwise. Mrs.
Sandresky reported that they
weren’t thinking now beyond two
wrecks—“That’s when the nurse and
Grandma leave.” However, their
daughter will be enrolled shortly,
T was assured, as a member of the
Class of ’79 at you-know-where.
In the meantime I certainly agree
with a friend who writes, “The
baby must be cute as a pie.” And
Mary Margaret adds “Any reaction
from the few bachelors left?”
The Economics 230 (Personal
Finance) class of 1957 received its
first dividend check this week and
turned it over to the Treasurer of
the college. This stock in Mc
Clellan Store was bought and pre
sented to Salem last spring.
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Mr. Hege, assistant minister at
Home Moravian Church, presents
an interesting followup of Religious
Emphasis Week in vespers at 6 ;30
Sunday evening. Sarah Tesch has
charge of the service in Little
* * *
The newly formed Humanities
Club will meet on October 22. The
program will be a discussion of
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It’s fall and hockey time again!
It’s so invigorating to stretch your
legs and lungs with a try at the
To quote one Salemite’s opinion
of the game: “I dig it the most,
dad—This hockey is really mad I”
Also it’s time to play off the
tennis tournament. Have you ever
imagined what it would be like to
be the tennis champion of old
Salem Sig? Pretty amazing
thought, isn’t it? It could be you,
so play off those matches with a
gladiatorial vigor and it may be
vour head that wins the laurel.
Sign up today and we’ll see you
on the courts.
We’ll uphold the A. A. . .”
“If tennis we play,
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The FTA is presenting the first
of its movie series lliursday, Oc
tober 24, in the Science Building.
The feature is “Foreign Corres
pondent”, an Alfred Hitchcock pro
duction. The film will be shown
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In two seconds I was wide-awake,
bellowing and Oh-ing stupidly in
front of Mr. Jacobowsky’s waiting
theory class. Sprinting into Mrs.
brown’s office, I got the facts. The
event long-anticipated by us all
had come to pass : The Sandreskys
had a baby girl!
With the baby here at last, I
think the entire campus breathed
a sigh of relief in unison. Two
groups at least could return to nor
mal. The watchers-for-the-stork in
Lehman and Babcock could rela.x
their all-day, all-night vigil, and
huddled groups of music faculty
and students could now practice.
A few vital statistics were given
out to all reporters and excited
Salemites. The baby had been
born at 8;30 A.M. on October S,
Lisa Jacobowsky’s first birthday,
ami named Eleanor for both grand-
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