The day was a kaleidescope of
Laughter and youthful cheers
From the afternoon sack races,
To the songs sung by our peers.
Varied events left us breathless,
Too tired to take much more;
But just within the nick of time.
The chef displayed his store!
We hung around and gorged ourselves
On varied gourmet delights;
Then girded our bodies with fine clothes.
And prepared for funny sights.
The skits were very colorful
And tickled all our hearts
With thoughts of mediocrity
In every person's parts!
When all the songs were truly done
We caroused with shouted "dears"
And then carted everyone
To spots to share some beers!
Student Government officers Emily Wood,
Fran Hicks, and Dianne Dailey present cake at
Founder's Day picnic celebrating two birthdays,
Salem's and Dr. Gramley's.
Salem College, Winston-Salem, N. C, Friday, October 4, 1970
Guess Wko’s Who’s Who!
Who’s Who Among Students In
American Universities and Colleges
has released the names of nine
Salem seniors who have been nomi
nated for the honor this year.
Justine Blow, Jane DImmock, Sara Engram, Chris Coile, Dianne
Dailey, Fran Hicks, Emily Wood, Mary height, and Rebecca Mc-
Connaughey will be listed in this year's publication of WHO'S
WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL
Justine Blow, from Smithfield,
majors in mathematics and minors
in religion. She served as marshal
and as treasurer of IRS her junior
year. This year she is President
of IRS, and a member of Legisla
tive Board, Orientation Committee
Chris Coile is majoring in French
and History. She is from Atlanta,
Alumnae Executives Approve
Continuation Of Grants, Aids
The Executive Board of the Col
lege Alumnae Association, at its
meeting on September 24, approved
a grant of $3,000 for continuation
of the “Summer Sabbatical Leave”
program for faculty members . . .
The Association also continues its
support of the Rondthaler Lecture
ships program, $500.00; the Presi
dent’s Prizes, $1,000.00; the Katha
rine Rondthaler Awards, $200.00;
the Historical Room in the College
Library, $1,200.00; the Art Exhibit
program, $1,000.00; the Computer
program, $500.00; the Intellectual
Involvement of Students program,
$500.00; and. the General Edu
cational program, $16,569.58.
The Board also approved a grant
of $5,500.00 to initiate establishment
of what it calls the Dale H. Gram-
ley Fund. The Association’? inten
tion is to build this fund to $21,000
or $22,000 over the next several
years to provide a President’s Con
tingency Fund for special needs not
covered in the normal operating
budget of the College . . . The
Board also appropriated $1,500.00
toward the cost of publication of a
history of Salem Academy and Col
lege and $500.00 towards the cost
of a new Alumnae Directory to be
published in 1972.
Ga. Chris was secretary of YWCA,
vice-president of SNEA and Busi
ness Manager of Incunabula last
year. She is currently a member
of Phi Alpha Theta, Honor Society
and the Order of the Scorpion, and
serves as house president of Strong
Dianne Dailey makes her home in
Frankfort, Ky. She is majoring in
history with a minor in French. She
was vice-president of her sopho
more class and secretary of SGA.
Dianne is also vice-president of
SGA and a member of WRA and
Scorpions. An active golfer, “D.
Dailey” is Salem’s unofficial golf
Jane Dimmock is from McLean,
Va. An organ major, she is a
Salem Scholar, a member of Honor
Society and Copy Editor of The
Salemite. Last year she received
the President’s Prize for the highest
Junior average. Jane is assistant
organist and choir director at First
Alpha Theta, and the Order of the
Scorpion. Sara received the Presi
dent’s Prizes in religion and Sopho
more English research.
A Sociology major, Fran Hicks,
from Waynesville, is minoring in
Spanish. This year Fran is Presi
dent of Student Government. She
has also served as Lehman House
President, Secretary of the Junior
class, marshal and a representative
to the Lecture-Assembly Committee.
Mary Leight, from Winston-
Salem is a History major with a
minor in English. She was vice-
president of the Junior class and
is currently President of IRC.
Voice major Rebecca McCon-
naughey from Red Springs was
vice-president of Choral Ensemble
and an Oslo Scholar. She is Busi
ness Manager of Incunabula, a
member of the Order of the Scor
pion, a member of Assembly Com
mittee, and Chairman of the special
sub-committee to study assembly
From Enterprise, Alabama comes
Sara Engram, Editor of The Salem
ite. She has also served as News
Editor and Managing Editor for the
newspaper. Student Consultant on
the Admissions Committee, and an
Oslo Scholar. A religion major
with an English minor, she is a
Salem Scholar, a member of Phi
From Lynchburg, Va., Emily
Wood is Chairman of Judicial
Board. Emily is a biology major
with a minor in English. Last year
she was secretary of Judicial Board
and received the President’s Prize
in Biology. Emily is also a mem
ber of Honor Society and Order of