the cat and the fiddle
the little dog’s up
Salem College, Winston-Salem, N. C., Friday, November 8, 1957.
Sandresky Plays Chopin
And Mozart On Monday
On Monday, November 11, at 8:30
pjn. in Memorial Hall, Clemens
Sandresky will present the second
of the music faculty concert series.
Mr. .Sandresky, who is Dean of
the Music School, received his B.A,
frorn Dartmouth College and his
M.A. from Harvard University. He
did, p.rofessional study at Longy
School of Music, Juilliard School
of Music and at Columbia Univer
sity. Mr. ' Sandresky also studied
privately with Oswald Jonas and
Lily Dumont. His concert work
includes several appearances as
guest artist with the Winston-
Salem Symphony Orchestra.
On the 11th, Mr. Sandresky will
open the first half of his program
with Mozart’s Phantasie in D. This
will be followed up with the Sonata
in A, Op. 101 by Beethoven. This
Sonata is one of the first of a
series of great works by Beethoven '
in the last years of his life.
Is Here As
A new staff member has been
added in the Science Department
since the beginning of the semester.
Mrs. J. J. Whalen, the new in
structor, is a native of St. Peters
burg, Florida. She attended St.
Petersburg Junior College and re
ceived her B. S. from Duke Uni
versity. After graduation Mrs.
Whalen worked in the library at
Duke for three years and then
began working on her Masters in
After receiving her Masters De
gree from Duke, Mrs. Whalen went
to Stanford, Connecticut, where she
worked in the research laboratory
at the American Cyanamid Com
pany. It was there that she met
her husband, and a few years later
they moved to Winston-Salem
where Mr. Whalen took a job with
the Reynolds Tobacco Company.
Mrs. Whalen has three girls.
Since they are all in school this
year, she was able to work part
time in the science department.
She is in charge of a nurses lab
on Tuesday and Thursday morning,
and has the general chemistry lab
on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Whalen
is very happy to be teaching be
cause she “loves campus life and
it is much less competitive than
the business world,”
During the second half of the
concert, Mr. Sandresky will play:
Nocturn in C minor, Op. 48
No. 1 _ Chopin
Waltz brillante in F major.
Op. 34 No. 3 Chopin
Bercuse, Op. 57 Chopin
Variations and Fugue on a theme
by Handel Brahms
The Senior Class will have its
annual Tree Planting ceremony
November 12 at 1:45. This pro
gram will be presented during the
usual Chapel Program. All classes
will report to the Chapel, and fol
lowing the meditation, everyone
will file out of the auditorium;
Seniors first. Juniors, Sophomores,
Nancy Cridlebangh, Senior Class
president, announced the Seniors
have voted to plant a flow'cring
crab apple tree in front of the
Babcock Dormitory. Nancy wfill
present this tree to the school, and
Dr. Gramley will make the speech
of acceptance. Each senior will
follow the “good luck” tradition of
throwing a penny into the hole in
which the tree is placed. Following
this, the Senior Class officers will
each turn a spade of dirt into the
The Senior Class will then move
to the new addition of Main Hall
where they will plant a sprig of ivy.
Dean’s Announcement Names
Four Juniors, Two Seniors, New
Members of Scorpion Order
Head A New
The Freshman Class elected the
members of the Freshman “Y”
Cabinet last Tuesday.
Mary Oettinger of Kinston is the
president of the group. The other
officers include: Leafy Pollock,
vice-president; and Laura Coleman,
secretary-treasurer. The adviser
from the Senior “Y” is Suzie
Cabaniss, and the adult adviser is
Dr. Inzer Byers.
Eight others were elected as
members of the working council,
Barbara Edwards, Sally Wood,
Cathy Gilchrist, Patty Lynn, Ann
Snyder, Marji Jammer, Felicity
Craig, and Nancy Cassidy.
The new cabinet has already out
lined tentative projects. They are
planning a Salem-Davidson Day on
November 16. This was a mutual
request of Salemites and David-
sonians after the successful Salem-
Davidson Day held at Davidson m
October. This time the boys will
be guests of the Salem Y .
A delegation will also go to the
home for elderly ladies every Sun
day afternoon where they will en
tertain them with songs, and will
A new idea that the Cabinet will
develop is having devotionals one
night a week on each floor of
Clewell and Babcock. . - , .
Of course their work will include
the annual Christmas party at the
As a final project, the will make
a special effort to see that the
thought for the week that is posted
on the bulletin board outside the
Day Student Center will be changed
Marcille Van Liere
The Order of the Scorpion has
inducted six new members. Elec
tions take place in the fall and
spring of each year, with a total
not exceeding fourteen members.
The purpose of the organization is
to render unrecognized service to
Salem in many ways ■— large and
small. New members were chosen
with their service to and love of
Salem in view. Four Juniors and
two Seniors were elected.
Lynne Hamrick is the daughter
of Mrs. Elizabeth Hamrick of Win
ston-Salem. Lynne is a voice major
and has been active in the Choral
Ensemble, of which she is assistant
director this year. Last year she
was vice-president of the Junior
class, a marshal,, and treasurer of
the Day 'Student Organization. This
past summer Lynne was recipient
of the Oslo scholarship.
Ellie Mitchell, also a Senior, is
from Oxford, N. C. Her parents
are Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Mitchell.
Ellie, a mathmatics major, trans
ferred from Greensboro College. A
representative from the Junior class
to the Student Council, she is this
year president of the F. T. A. and
business manager pf the Salemite.
Frankie Cunningham is a Junior
music major from Winston-Salem.
She has been secretary of the Cho
ral Ensemble and vice-president of
the Sophomore class. This year
Frankie is a marshal and is a mem
ber of the Lecture Series Com
Another Junior, Martha Duval,
is from Cheraw, South Carolina.
She is a Sociology-Economics
major. Martha has been busy with
May Day, Pierrettes, Lecture Com
mittee, the Salemite, and I. R. S.
Secretary of her Freshman class,
and President of the Sophomore
class, Martha now serves as Secre
tary of the Student Body.
Margaret MacQueen is the
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. M. C.
MacQueen of Clinton, N. C. She
is a language major who finds time
for almost every activity on campus.
Last year she was Secretary of the
Sophomore class and Feature Girl
in the Sights and Insights. This
year she is busy on the IRS coun
cil, acts as treasurer of the A. A.,
and is President of the Junior class.
Marcille Van Liere, a Home Eco
nomics major from High Point,
N. C., is the last of the new mem
bers. Last year House President
of Lehman, Marcille is now Junior
representative to Stee Gee and As
sistant editor of the Sights and In
sights. An outstanding actress, she
also has worked diligently on the
technical staffs of the Pierettes.
Dr. Ivy M. Hixson, Academic
Dean, announced the new members
in Chapel on Tuesday. Dr. Hixson
is the faculty adviser for the Order
of the Scorpion.
Only members of the Junior and
Senior classes are eligible for mem
bership. Membership is not honor
ary but is based on service rendered
to the school and the prospect fov
willing service in the future.
Other members are Shirley Red-
lack, Martha Jarvis, Mary Curtis
Wrike, Judy Golden, and Nollner
Students may get midsemester
grades from faculty advisors on
Wednesday, November 13th.
* * *
The Winston-Salem Alumnae
Association will meet in the Day
Student Center on Wednesday,
November 13th, at 8 ;00 p.m. Mrs.
Gordon Spaugh will preside, and
.the program will be presented by
this year’s Oslo students and for
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Volley ball practice begins Mon
'+ * *
Kay Wallace, the USNSA Cam
pus International Administrator,
will be visiting our campus today.
She will discuss with various mem
bers of the student council, stu
dent body, and administration our
international program and foreign
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On Thursday, November 14 at
7:30 p.m. the F. T. A. is presenting
its second movie of the fall. This
entertaining and suspenseful film.
Dial M for Murder, stars Grace
Kelly, Robert Cummings, and Ray
Milland. The story takes place in
modern London where an American
writer is working along with Scot
land Yard to help a beautiful young
socialite who is being falsely held
on a murder charge. Admission