Aaron Copeland Film Retrospective:
Drama Workshop, FAC, 8 p.m.
March 5—Something Wild
March 6—Our Town
March 7—North Star
March 8 — Fisk University Choir
Concert; Hanes Aud. 8 p.m. tick
ets at door
March 10 — Joel Andrews, harp;
Hanes Aud. 8 p.m. tickets at door.
March 11.-13—North Carolina School
of the Arts ; Aaron Copeland Fes
March 13 Joint Concert — Salem
Academy Glee Club and Virginia
Episcopal School Glee Club;
Hanes Aud. 8 p.m.
March 12 — Betsy Fleming, Senior
Organ Recital, Shirley Aud. 8:15
Episode No. 2 In Life
And Times Of LLL
By M. E., et. al.
Dear Readers: as you will readily recall our heroic heroine Lisa Lucille
Long and her frequently feverish friends Susie Smith and Becky Bagley
were enroute to a rougishly rude rendezvous at the locally famous Ye Old
Ice Cream Shoppe in Lisa’s perfectly passionate purple-pink 1923 Packard.
Lisa, all 4’ 11” of her, was dressed in an absolutely abominable outfit of
assimulated alligator, fringed with albino alley-cat. The effect was quite
remarkable, as the shade made her usually uck eyes a little less ucky and
a little more livid. Over her stringently straight stringy hair, Lisa had
pulled a softly sloped sloppy brim hat. She wore her nicely neon night
shades (to aid in enabling her to be inconspicuous). She sent Susie back
into the dorm to change her deplorably domestic dress. Susie had soon
surrendered, as she almost always did, to Lisa’s petulant pedantics. Smith
seemed simply simpering as she sprang from the door—gone was the gen
teel gray-green of her dull dress, in its place was the ruddy glow of rustic-
red (a new spring—or was it fall shade—Susie could never be certain
of such matters as Lisa had a famously fickle sense of fashion). Becky
was suitably dressed in jeans (Becky meticulously bought, borrowed, and
broke-in blue jeans) she considered it her solemn duty to the washing
machine working women of America.
A few words should be said about these constant companions, these
faithful friends, these super supporters of the fearless leader—Lisa. This
dvnamic-duo fif Batman and Robin, and Spiro and Dick will pardon the
pun) are universallv unique! Their persistent pursuit of previous pur
veyors in a nationally known novelty of noteworthy news coverage. They
a’-e the selfless sou's that serve as suitable background on the fade-ins
(and outs) of the questing camera in our fearless fighter and frequent
fudger in the truest sense of the word)—our leading lady—Lisa L. Long.
Becky S. Bagley (Rebecca Sunnybrook Bagley) presents a pleasant photo
graphic contrast to LLL as they are exactly — positively and absolutely
without the possible question of a doubt—exasperatingly exactly the same
That is when LLL is standing in her Establishment Unlimited un-even
elevator shoes and when Becky is sitting in her white whistler’s wicker
rocker. Exactly, evenly, undeniably matched to the 100th of an infuriating
inch. Becky’s hair is beautifully and brilliantly blond (thanks to the
kind consideration of Miss Clairol’s clever color (006J4). Her eyes are
elusive as their fond, faraway focus is frequently frightening, for Becky’s
eves are Blue and Brown (not the basic blue-brown of St. Bernards, but
blue and brown—the right one is blue; the left one is brown. This con
cept is further complicated by the confusion of contrasting contacts, which
enable Becky to blend her beautiful orbs with contrasting colors to create
a youthful shade of yellow). The combination is certainly sensational!
There is absolutely nothing, naught, nil, I repeat nothing boring about
Now I must turn your tentative attention to Susie — sweet, soothing
Susie Smith. Soothing to the soul (and to the sufferer of symptoms of
strained sight after one’s engaging encounters with Lisa and Becky) Susie
is a blessed serenity, a cessation of conflict (her mind’s eye) in other
words; to quickly cut to the heavenly heart of the messy matter Susie is
normal—that is to say for all practical purposes she isn’t abnormal! that
is if one considers 5 foot two-eyes-of-blue normal. She is, however, un
necessarily neat! But more about that later.
Standing on the stone steps surrounding Serenity-C, Lisa is overheard
saying—‘‘Hurry Smith! Are you pittling a Packard or a pick-up? The
time; Bagley, what’s the time ?
‘‘Sorry LLL, this detrimental detainment has delayed your dinner.”
Will thi» unfortunate delay hinder our heroines? Will Lisa solve the
puzzle? Will Susie get a speeding ticket for traveling too fast? Will she
get a parking ticket for traveling too slow? Wait and Watch for next
week’s installment—‘‘Only The Shadow Knows!"
Salem College, Winston-Salem, N. C., Friday, March 5, 1971
SGA Announces Slate Of
Candidates For March Elections
PRES. OF SGA
HONOR COUNCIL CHM.
Mary Pat Lennon
CHM. OF INTERDORM
Anna Moore Butzner
HONOR COUNCIL SEC’Y
Anna Moore Butzner
HONOR COUNCIL REP.—SR.
Mary Pat Lennon
HONOR COUNCIL REP.—JR.
HONOR COUNCIL REP.—SOPH.