Hockey Team travels
for two games.
See page 4.
the "Dynamic Duo."
See page 3.
Volomn XLX Salem College, Winston-Salem, N. C., Friday, November 1, 1968 Number 14
Troupe Performs Play Pierrette Players Make Fall Debut
"Cyrano” Cleverly, Simply "Of Thee I Sing” Production
By Libby Cain for Cyrano to make a grand gesture ^
l^uiet understatement marked the and to state his philosophy. As ByJaneOrcutt f
Inspirational Players’ presentation the captain Le Bret, Cyrano’s close r^. rr, , , ■ I ' ^
of “Cyrano de Bergerac” Friday, friend and confidant, he helped re- The Pierrette Players production x\|
October 26. veal the depths of Cyrano’s char- J'"' ' i
the troupe, tinder the direction acter, and as De Giiiche, Cyrano’s Wednesday f' '''
of Charles J. Golden, who also enemy, he gave Cvrano a chance to with an entertaining per- 1'C
played Cyrano, presented their ad- display his brilliant inventiveness. P«P'‘e a few opening ^ '''1 V
aplation of Rostand’s tragi-comedy All three roles were well played: ’# W
without sets, in simple costumes Montfleury with an inflated but was well received by the audience. * t
and with five other actors playing (Continued on page 3) Of Thee I Sing is centered
ajtotal of eleven roles. around the presidential career of
(This mode of presentation re- ID^ Mn P. Wintergreen, played with ■^r »*“%' jR M
quired more effort from the audi- » l>^ 000115015 zest by Flip Froelich. His platform
ence and also provided opportuni- love, and Mary Turner, portrayed
ties for including the audience very 11^1" Beverly Lancaster, is the object
effectively in the action. For in- •Jl.UUCTIIL UailOL of that love.
stance, in the first act, which is set B C d G t Celia Watson and George Lee, as
in la theatre, Cyrano spoke his first ^ straw vote'^orpresTdential can-
lines from a seat in the house and jidates sponsored by the Interna- Throttlebottom, provided hilarious pj "Winterbottom" Froelich marches May Turner, alias Bev
then addressed the audience in Club was made “'"P’^nrents o the president and ^ ,^e aisle to matrimonial bliss to the dismay of
o, ,,,e ,,,y. T,„ „.o„ S.trSLd f ."l»oKe„. los, performances lon.gh. ond Sc.ucda, o, 8 p.m.
entered, exited and spoke from the fj^^gg leading candidates for Geraty, Carolyn Garrett, dance routines. Projected slides are The original book was written by
house at various points throughout President, Richard Nixon, Hubert Rhodes, and Mary Davis as ^^^gj ,^,^g ^^g^^g qj^te effectively, George S. Kaufman and Morrie
the play. Humphrey and George Wallace, Committee. jjj.|d children of the faculty mem- Ryskind. The Pierrettes note that
fharles J. Golden as Cyrano ^„d their vice-presidential running Nan Rufty’s choreography bers provided a special attraction “history has moved fast since then,
played down the Gascon verve of rnates, and a space for write-in interesting note to the Salemites attempted to match It is hoped that the audience will
Rostand’s character and emphasized votes ' production. Several dance numbers names with faces. remember this.”
his philosophical aspect, particularly -pbe results are as follows : included with the songs, with Peggy Hart and Hans Heidemann
the bitterly ironic humor he finds Nixon 277 credit due Miss Rutty, Jane Cross provided piano accompaniment for I I
in every situation up to his very „ , and Lynn Messick as the principal jj^g p]^y^ R^g ^Q^tli Carolina 1.0017 L.0CLUr0S
death. This philosophic Cyrano numpnrey w dancers. Toy Miles cannot be over- School of Self-Defense added '
wa.s well conceived and well played. Wallace 10 looked for her e.xcellent work with “black belts” as an unexpected sur- I JCJS^O
JCeith Ericson as Montfleury, Le Write-in 3 costuming. The various outfits prise. ^✓11 I V«/OQyC?
Bret and the Due de Guiche illumi- Interesting to note is the fact added a great deal to the light- pj. Ma.ry Homrighous, director -ri r • c i y •
nated Cyrano from several angles. that previously in all the straw heartedness of the entire play. ^j^g production, is especially de- Baptist Student k
As the incompetent actor Mont- votes taken of Salem students be- The Pierrettes inserted several serving of reco.gnition. The coordi- ^ recording ot r. im-
fleury whom Cyrano orders off the fore the presidential election, “As interesting effects into this produc- nation of a pHy such as Of Tbee W ake horest speech
stage, he provided an opportunity Salem went, so went the Nation.” tion in addition to the song and | requires much effort, and ^ lively discussion at its
' , t 1 J -J -4 rr me monthly meeting Thursdav evening,
f.| I • I ▲ I II ^ II* ^ I her help and guidance paid off Of October 24, in the Day Student
Hendrick, Arrendell, Collins, Cocke
Head Frosh S ate Of Offices ". xxxsjrr"
licrau ■ I wal I ^iai.C V.^ I l l commended for her excellent stag- Leary began by saying that he
ing of the musical numbers. L)r. Cohen were appearing on
By Sterling Winstead ^ The Gershvvin’s’ Of Thee I Sing Uic ^same program ^not to debate
Hanes Tuesday evening, October 22, \ t X jp|’' > ' ^ I 1^ I Cohen’s position as basically repre-
to elect their class officers. Al- V? ^rUSt00S l>0pOrt senting the scientiHc, atheistic point
tolbe a long, drawn-out affair, the approach to life, in that he
F^shmen have chosen a fine slate. - I W DCfti|U“StD sees life as a sMreh^for God.
the ^Stud«it Government her senior - | bequest ^ memorblizes the Psychedelic ^ d r u gs vvill^ be^ an
TnllSnc SsicrAta^-^ Susan is to^ be female sUident and a ing God. In his word's,is tlic
pected but “I know I'm getting a New Freshman Class officers are Caro Collins, Secretary, Susan is to be a temaie stuaent ana a « „
1 „ c ! I D Amu Arrondf^ll Vice President* and Marv member of a Protestant Christian religion ot me innire. rniraiv, one
Sr , Susan says one Hendrick, President; Amy Arrendell, Vice President, ana iwary Twenty-one Prin-
ca^sr^-lS'' n- T ? eve^r. able scholarly abilities and have no ciples of Yop before “turning on”
l)0(ly—that’s^whaTl hke”°'^ but she says Susan Knee, Cam people are great, and friendly. I other available financial means to with drugs in order to get the
IsLan has much confidence in the Voss, and Celia Chapman were her couldn’t have made a better choice.” obtain a college education. ma™ benefit from ‘he
Freshman Class. She feels the class main advocates of Salem. Treasurer of the Freshman Class A second bequest comes from the
has "a lot of spirit and enthusiasm” Referring to the office of Vice is Mary Cocke from Wilmington, will of Mrs. Robert D. Shore and drugs^ Je™ s°
and she was amazed at how well President, Amy says, “It’s the big- Mary went to high school at St. establishes a fund to be knovvn as mg ge en es o
and willingly everyone worked to- gest honor I’ve ever had-I can’t Anne s School m Charlottesville the Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Shore
crptliPt* T7^ 1 » Virginia, where she was President Fund. The income from this fund i^ear> preaictec tnat our grana
iAmy Arrendeirfrom Charlotte is Secretary of the Freshman Class of the Athletic Association. will provide for the maintenance of Hiildren will receive training in the
this year’s Vice’ Resident of the is Carolyn Collins, who hails from A true sports enthusiast, Mary of the Inspector’s House, which Twenty-one Principles of Yoga
Freshman Class Amv was on her Tuscaloosa Alabama. I n high enjoys all sports, especially tennis, houses the college administrative from an early age, and vv ill thus be
high schoo? Stude7 Council Vo Jehoo CaVoly^ was President of basketball, riding, water and snow offices. --^ble to take advantage of die re
throw Mudent council lor school v.-a y ^ Mr. and Mrs. Shore financed the suiting spiritual insights. We, be-
tnree years and w*as secretary one the Latin Club, and a represei . . . ■ i t .i, i -m- • inp- untrained must be careful
.year citudent Government. Mary is interested in languages restoration of the building m 1936, mg untrained, nmst_ iic
■ . . Tarolvn likes gymnastics and has and hopes to major in Spanish. She which Mrs. Shore and her children about turning on with drugs.
||In her spare time Amy enjoys -just for fun.” admits that Salem is harder than further improved in 1967. Any But the trip possible through
Rimming and horseback riding. j^jor in cheimstry what she expected but she feels amount in excess of that required drugs opens new horizons for man
S Am ' rf’ ,nd eventually to extend her that it is “quite challenging.” by the Inspector’s House each year spiritually, and for Leary offers
^ admits that Salem is hard. nViprmacv Happy that she came to Salem, will be used in support of faculty great benefits m the religious
When asked how she feels about studies into p Mary stated “It’s one of the best salaries. quest. He ended his talk with the
Salem Amy replied “Just great! said, “I love decisions I’ve made in a long time.” Both Dr. Lein bach and Mrs. question, “Why don’t you make the
;erythmg couldn t be better. c Tt’s the most wonderful She also feels that “Salem has a lot Shore were former trustees of trip?”
eing from Charlotte, Amy knows a . ..-hole world All the to offer that I didn’t realize it had.” Salem College and Academy. (Continued on page 4)
any girls who have come to Salem place m the wnoie wo.