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Monday, November 20 1972
Mr. Place, Salem's new Business Administrator, pauses on the
way to his office which is adjacent to Dr. Chandler's office.
by Chris Minter
Mr. Place may be a New Eng
lander at heart but he has grown
to love Salem. Having been the
comptroller at a New Hampshire
boys’ prep school, being the
business manager here at Salem
is nothing new. He admits that a
girls’ school is a bit different
than a boys’, but the gripes con
cerning the rules, regulations and
requirements are basically the
same. Mr. Place admitted that he
had imagined Salem in the midst
of a big mill and factory city
filled with smokestacks and
grime. Instead he was pleasantly
surprised to find the Salem
Square, which as he describes it
“prevents you from believing
terior decorating problems in
some of the dorms. We in turn
became acquainted with one of
Salem’s new faces. So if you see
a quick smile, a white shock of
hair and a clipped Boston “Hi”
you can be sure it’s Mr. Place.
Registration for the spnng
tenn is scheduled for the after
noons of November 27, 29, 30,
and December 1.
On the afternoon of Monday,
Nov. 27, seniors will take to the
Registrar’s Office the prelimi
nary registration cards signed by
their advisers, and will sign class
cards for their courses during the
hours 1:00-5:00 o’clock. On
Wednesday, Thursday, and Fri
day, Nov. 29-30 and Dec. 1, dur
ing the hours 1:00-5:00 p.m.,
all other students will secure
their class cards at the Regis
trar’s Office. Special students
wOl register on Dec. 1, 1:00-5.00
Since the head of your major
department, or your adviser if
you are a freshman, must sign
the preliminary registration card,
you may want to talk over your
program with him or her before
November 27. Note the schedule
of conference time posted by
heads of departments and fresh
Pick up from the Registrar’s
Office a schedule of classes, yel
low preliminary registration
card, schedule conflict report
slips, pass/fail cards, and applica
tion forms for an honors course
or independent study.
The preliminary registration
card should indicate courses that
must be taken in the spring term
and a listing of approved alter
nate courses in the event that
preferred courses are filled.
With the head of your depart
ment, or adviser, list courses by
number, section and course cre
dit. In continuation courses,
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Upon learning that Mr. Place
was from New Hampshire, I was
interested in how he would de
scribe New England. He enthus
iastically described the country
side and informed us of the best
ski areas. He claims that New
Hampshire has taught him to ski
in the winter and swim in the
lakes in the summer. Being a
nature-lover, he and his wife
took a road trip to Boone last
weekend. The mountains of
North Carolina and those of
New Hampshire are definitely
a lot alike.
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Orginally from Boston, Mr.
Place attended Boston Universi
ty. After graduation he served
in the Navy. Following the ser
vice he began work in an ac
counting firm as a CPA in Bos
ton. His most recent position
before coming here to Salem was
at Tilton, a boys’ preparatory
school. Mr. Place knows the col
lege routine well as he has two
sons who have already graduated
and a daughter who is a senior
at the University of New
Mr, Place is extremely inter
ested in Salem’s students. The
inteiview was a chance for him
to ask our opinions on subjects
like the refectory and the in
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DON'T FORGET THANKSGIVING
CARDS — PARTY ITEMS — DECORATIONS
which have sections (A,B,C,etc.)
register for the same section m
which you are now enrolled ex
cept in special cases. Check the
fall term schedule posted on the
bulletin board in case of uncer
tainty as to your present section.
If a course at Wake Forest
seems advisable, please secure
the necessary approval blanks
from the Registrar’s Office and
fill them out. After you have
secured the necessary two signa
tures, return the blanks to the
office. The course will be listed
on your registration
Make certain that
plete the inforihation on the ton
section of the yellow card. Fill
. in the time schedule.
If a course which you wish to
take is already filled, you may
fill out a Waiting List shp in the
Registrar’s Office on Nov. 29-
All juniors, and any student
who expects to graduate in 1974
(January or June), must fill out
green cards listing courses need-
Continued on page 7
Leg Board Min
I. The meeting was called to order by Christina Spence
Sarah Dorrier was elected SGA President for the month of
January. Paula Jeffords was elected SGA Secretary for the
month of January.
The following committees were organized:
A. Margaret Brinkley and Mary Ann Campbell will be working
to formulate policies for student parking.
B. Catherine Cooper will head a committee for a Celebration
of the Arts to be held in the spring.
C. Students will be working to compile a list of desired items
in the Book Store.
SSC will start a clearing house for tickets and rides to cultural
events in Winston-Salem. The student representative in charge
will be announced later.
V. With no further business, the meeting was adjourned.
Mary Ann Campbell
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