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DECEMBER 4-15
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4
Class Times
Students sign envelopes for
exams and obtain course
evaluations.
5
Class Times
Students sign envelopes for
exams and obtain course
evaluations.
5
5:15 p.m.
Christmas Tree Lighting
Behind Main Hall
5:30 - 6 p.m.
IRS-sponsored wine reception
in Club Dining Room following
the Christmas Tree Lighting.
Club Dining Room
6 p.m.
Special Christmas Dinner
Refectory
6
8 p.m.
A NOUS LA UBERTE - 1931
France - Directed by Rene Clair.
With Raymond Cordy and Henri
Marchand. One of the most de
lightful screen satires ever devised.
DeTamble Auditorium,
WFU Film Series.
7-9
2-9 p.m.
MORAVIAN CANDLE TEA
Brothers’ House
9:30-11:30 a.m.
DEAN’S COFFEE for students
entering exams
Club Dining Room
8-9
8 p.m.
2 p.m. and
8 p.m. Sat.
NUTCRACKER SUITE,
produced and danced by
NCSA dance department.
Reynolds Auditorium
10
2 p.m.
NUTCRACKER SUITE
Reynolds Auditorium
9-15
9 a.m. 2 p.m.
7 p.m.
Salem Examinations, self
scheduling exams .. .
Designated classrooms
12
2 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Salem Christmas 1800
Salem students may attend
free in the afternoon if they
present Salem ID cards.
Old Salem
4
8:15 p.m.
The Yuval Trio
Wake Forest Chamber
Music Society
Reynolda House
Reynolda Village
5
3:00 p.m.
“The Chase”
Drama Workshop
7:00 p.m.
April Arts Film Series
Salem Fine Arts C.
7
1:15 p.m.
Christmas Concert
Candlelight Service
Salem College Choral Ensemble
Hanes Auditorium
Salem Fine Arts C.
10
3:00 p.m.
Organ Recital, William Rainey
Student of Dr. John Mueller
Shirley Auditorium
Salem Fine Arts C.
10
5:00 p.m.
Christmas Concert
Winston-Salem State U.
Hanes Auditorium
Salem Fine Arts C.
11
8:15 p.m.
Orchestra Concert
Hanes Auditorium
N.C. School of the Arts
Students Polish
Exam Cram Art
The Salemite wishes to give
lire student body some helpful
hints for studying for examina
tions. We hope everybody has a
productive time and that all
tirades are great.
1. Be sure to study in areas
that are well-lighted, which may
exclude dormitory rooms. This is
to be able to read all the fine
print in the footnotes of those
books, rather than to protect
your eyes.
2. Try to start studying one
subject at a time, and by all
means do not attempt to study
several topics. This is so you can
throw away finished notes and
forget the material of one sub
ject before studying for another.
3. Get plenty of rest, prefer
ably regularly. This is necessary
lor escaping your surroundings
whenever the work becomes too
;nuch to bear. Such as every
.ifternoon, after dinner, 10 hours
at night . . .
4. E;it regular meals. W'e don't
want anyone becoming exhaus
ted by hard study and test
taking. Wlio cares if some statis
tics show that people think bet
ter when they are slightly hun
gry; eating is part of an oral fix
ation in which we can acquire se
curity from putting something
into our mouths.
5. Read a couple of dirty
books, the December Cosmopo
litan and other mags. Suggestions
for books are Harold Robbins’
The Betsy, The Sensuous Cou
ple. This is to get the mind off
of campus hangups ?
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Christmas Creativity
EMBROIDERY, CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS, WOOD
MATERIALS, HOME CRAFTS -
This week the Senior Class is sponsoring a Christmas
Bazaar. All items sold at the Bazaar are made by members
of the Senior Class and have been priced reasonably for
pinched pocketbooks. This is a project for the class to
raise money for various necessities, and the Senior Class
hopes that everyone will want to come and see how talen
ted the girls can be. The Christmas Bazaar will be held in
Bitting Dormitory early this week (probably Tuesday,
December 5). Check your bulletin boards for the exact
date and times, and SUPPORT THE SENIOR CLASS!!
mslcn
RESTAURANT
PEPPER BUILDING
WINSTON-SALEM. NORTH CAROLINA
6. Turn to meditation of the
desired sort: a.) Zen Buddhism
b. ) Bible study and prayer
c. ) transcendentalism d.) read
ing the Wisdom of Confucius.
This is to alleviate mental and
spirtual tensions and to make
points with the Big One of your
choice.
7. If all else fails (ha, ha),
pack up your bags and leave.
GOOD LUCK TO ALL!
WALK
TO
PETER PAN
RESTAURANT
Corner Marshall and Walnut Sts.
OPEN 6:30-9:00 PM-SAT. 6:30-2:00 PM
SERVING GOOD HOME COOKING
PLATE LUNCHES
724-3311 New Management
Esso) Dead Battery — Flat Tire
No Gas
Free Road Service
FOR
Salem Students
At
SOUTH MARSHALL ESSO
600 S. Marshall & Academy
722-4661 723-7530 788-8831
2c discount per gallon of gas to students and faculty with
identification or double green stamps.
Zinzendorf Laundry
& Dry Cleaning
DRY CLEANING - STORAGE
1000 SOUTH MAIN ST.
DIAL 722-5178
Salem Book Store
"... On the Square"
We invite you to visit our
other locations also.
ELLIS-ASHBURN, STATIONER, INC.
NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER
SHERWOOD FOREST PLAZA
    

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