otus Land Wakes Up . . .
Organizers Carol Hewitt and Leslie Leinwand
mobilized action on the Salem Campus, Wed-
nesday, May 6.
Students, faculty, and friends gathered all
jay at the flagpole to discuss Cambodia, Kent
state, and the World. They wrote letters to
sfficials and listened to those who wished to
It was beautiful.
My ears have heard the story
of the coming of the war.
There'll be killing in the villages
where wrath and hate are stored.
There'll be crying; we'll be dying
if we live by fire and sword.
Must we keep marching on?
Letters from Salem
(See Page 2)
Salem College, Winston-Salem, N. C., Friday, May 8, 1970
(See Pages 3 & 4)
Ecologists Have Big
Plans For Weekends
Salem’s Biology department is
planning two weekend field trips
tor May. The Ecology and Plant
Taxonomy classes, accompanied by
:heir professor, Frank Willingham,
«11 take part in the trips.
Today, May 8, the students leave
5alem for Pawley’s Island, S. C.
vhere they will study mudflat and
Jrackish water creek communities.
Saturday the students will travel to
Southport and ferry over to Bald-
lead Island. Sunday will be spent
studying other natural communities
ind viewing the Brook Green Gar-
The next field trip scheduled in-
dudes a stay at Rockbrook Camp
to study mountain communities.
The biology students will leave May
15 and go to Brevard to study the
sommunities there and to visit
Maidenhair Falls in the afternoon.
Saturday will be spent at the Mt.
P i s g a h National Forest, Devil’s
Courthouse and John’s Rock Na
tional Fish Hatchery where stu
dents will view the processes that
go on in a trout hatchery. Sunday,
the students will study communities
in Asheville, Cragg Gardens, and at
Ecology field trips have become
somewhat of a tradition at Salem
as they are scheduled each spring.
This year the Plant Taxonomy
class will accompany the Ecology
class to collect plant specimens for
a course requirement.
Mr. Willingham explained that he
believes the Ecology class will bene
fit from the two different sites as
his students will have a chance to
view and study the many communi
ties they have discussed in class
while on their way to Pawley's Is
land and Rockbrook.
Faculty To Vote On 4-1-4,
Students Reveal Support
Wl, THE UNDERSIGNED, PUBLICLY VOICE TO THE FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION OUR SUPPORT
OF THE 4-1-4 CURRICULUM PROPOSAL AND HEREBY URGE ITS SPEEDY IMPLEMENTATION.
Ensemble Sings Today,
Blends Work, Pleasure
Have you ever wondered what the
girls of the Choral Ensemble do
when they go on tour? We at
tract males ! In fact, when we went
to Davidson last fall for a piano
concert. They were so enchanted
that they insisted on our making
3 return visit.
Yes, the Davidson College Men’s
|Glee Club will be on campus Fri-
llay. May 8 for another enchanting
[evening with the Salem Choral En-
[semble. The two groups will per-
[form both jointly and individually.
It will be held in Hanes Auditorium
at 5:00, rather than at night since
there is a symphony concert being
held that night.
Donald Plott, director of the
Davidson Male Chorus, will open
the program, conducting the singers
in three selections that were per
formed by the two choirs at the
Sacred Music Convocation held at
Davidson College last fall. The
final group of sacred and secular
numbers will be conducted by Paul
Peterson, director of the Salem
No one is obligated to pay an
admission fee, but donations, as
usual, will be welcome. See ya
Sarah Wall ^
Margaret Y. Floyd
Mary Pat Lennon
Anno W. King
Mary Linn Drye
Sarah Anna Powell
Dee Dee Geraty
Betsy K^mp ^
Anna Moore Butzner
Mary Christian Little
Mary Howard Ragland
Mary Lou Kapp
Martha Jane Secrost
Mary Joan Potter
Jo Sherrin Smith
CoDtinued on page 4)