Published Bi*Weekly as Ihe Official Organ of the Student Body of Meredith College
MEREDITH COLLEGE, RALEIGH, N. C.. MAY 18, 1940
Ruth Greeoe, Maiy E. Cole
man, Bobbie Greene, Take
Over Places of Vice Presi
SuriDg the put few w««ks Uie
Incomlogr Senior, Junior aod Soph
omore cluses have elected their
officers for Uie coming year. Ruth
Qreene of Zebulon U to be vice
president of tbe Senior Claaa. (Hh
er oOIcera ore Mary Gray Pippin,
aleo of Zebuion, secretary; Martha
Jane Goodman o( China Grovo,
treasurer; LUilan Watkioe from
Norllna, health cbalrman, and Ha*
zel Johnston from Clarkton, cheer
Vice president of the Incomlog
Junior ClasB is to be Mary Btlza-
beth Coieman, Boykins, Vs.; secre
tary, Alice Justice, Rutberfordton
treasurer, Dorothy Lane, Raleigh
health chairman, Nancy Johnston,
Winston-Salem, and cheer leader,
Doris Jane Dordeaux, Roxboro.
OIBcers of Uie inconliig Soplio
more Ciass are Bobbie Orecna of
J>xlnBton. vice president; Sarah
Jachaon of Mount Airy, secretary
Lytton Tingiey of ThomasTllio,
treasurer, and Beth Perry of Dur
ham, class represeDtative on the
Officers and Mar.shals Take
Oath of Office; N. Bradshev
Tlie new o/flccra ol the Philare-
tiau Literary Socicty were Instaiiod
in the society hall on Friday night
Tlie old and non- ofllcerB. preccd
ed by the old and new marshnls.
niFirchcd up Iho aisle, each old offl-
cer in her regalia. After a (arewell
speech hy iho roLiriug president,
Bebe Dickenson of Kinston, ilie suc'
ceertlng president, Nancy Bradslier
of Roxboro, took tho onth of offlco;
after which she rhve a short talk,
Tlie otiicr officers tlien look the
OQ(h of ofHce.
Tlie new officers ot the society aro
Nancy Bradaher of Jloxboro, jirest
dent: Marietta MucLennan of
Greenaboro,. vice preslilont; Alice
Pago of Morrlsvllle, secretary; Beth
Perry of Durham, treasurer, and
AflelQlde Bunker of Mount Airy,
scrgeant-at-arms. The maishnls are
Betty Fieischmnnn of Greenville,
chief marshal: Helen Swalm of
Wlnslou-Salem, senior marshal;
Mary Ann Canaday of Raleigh, Jun
lor marshal; ICatherlne Furchlss ot
Winston-Salem, sophomore roarahal.
The officers for this year wei'e
Bebo DIckonson, president; Nancy
Brndsher, vice president; Daphne
Pegram. iroasuror; Catliorine Scott
secretary, and Mary Bllaabetli Hoi-
loway, sergeant-at-arms. The mar
shals were Bddls Belie Loavoll,
ohlof marshal; Helen Canaday, sen
ior marehal: Mary Lois Overby.
Junior marshal, and Bep Pruitt,
By Miss Carl
Miss Sharp and Miss Mc
Millan Assist in Last Fac
ulty Concert of Season
The soventh ot the faculty coa-
cei'ts was given Tuesilay evening.
May 14, at S:15 p.m. In tlie college
auditorium by Miss Catborine Carl,
She was assisted by Mlsa Ilelen
Sharp, soprano, and Miss Aileen
McMillan, accompanist. Her pro
gram was as follows;
''Prelude and Fuguo in F Minor,"
by Baoh; "Bai’cnade," by Richard
Strauss: "Water Partod," by Cox;
"Chorale In A Minor, by Cesar
Franck; "Intermezio,” by O. W.
Andrews: "Pettto Pastorale" from
"Mother Goose Suite," by Rovel*
Oholviel, and ''Oarlllon de West-
mlnatei,” by Ixiuls Vlerne,
Mias Sharp sang "Tho Tlme^for
>^klng Songs Has Como," by J, H.
Rogops; '‘Reclt.’’ “Open Unto Mo
the Oatea of Rlghteouaoosa'’ and
aria "I will Extol Thee, 0 Lord,"
from "Eli,*' by M. Ooata.
4:00 pjn.—Art Exhibit.
8:00 p.m.—Annojil Concert.
0:30 a.m.—Anniial MeeUng
of Hoooi- S«clci^.
10:30 4i.ni.—Alunuiac Aasocla*
IjOO p.m.—Alomnae Lunch*
■1:30 p.m.—CInss Dny.
fl:00 p.m.—.Society Night.
11*00 a.in.^AnniiHl Iluccalaii*
reate Svi'nioii by Uic Rer.
Soion n. Conaiiis, Ricli-
O'.SO p.ni.^-8ti!|> SiiiginK-
T:80 p.m.—Senior Vespors.
lOi.'tO a. ni. — Conunciicemuiit
Lifpran' Address by Honor-
hIiIo ilosiali William ItAlley,
ir. S. .Scnatoi- from North Ciiru-
linii, italclKh, N. C.
i’l-c.«ontiition of Ulbk‘s.
Nora Binder An
New Officers Elected
Tho regular meeting of tho Col
ton English Club was held in the
notunda on Thursday night, May 0.
Docause ot the insufficiency of tlma
the usual nfter-dlnner coHee waa
dispensed , with, The meeting wbb
called to order by (he president,
Noi'tt Binder, who announced that
tho plans for tho bro^vslng room,
tho project for the year, havo been
completed. Dr. Carlyle Campbell
liaH granted the uae cE tho first
lloor social room of Jones Hall for
the browsing room. The flnance
cominlttee composed of Emma Bar
ker, chairman, and Batty Brown
Mm^Mlllau nnd Dorothy Rowland,
lias been at work on the project
sinco laat tall. Two other commit
tees were appointed; Louise Pruitt
and Sara .lustlce for books and
lampa, and Martha Whitted and
Riitii Greene for chafrs and cur
The report of the nominating
committee was aecopted, and the
offlcers for the year 1840-1941 were
olected na follows: President, Mari
etta Price; vice president, Francea
Snow; secrotary-treaauror, Nina
After tile buslneaa meeting the
apeakei- for the evening. Dr. Oar.
lyle Campbell, waa introduced by
Noi'ft Binder. Dr. Campbell's sub
ject was "The Genius of Emerson.”
Ac tho conclusion of tho apeeoh,
the Inst meeting of the year of the
Colton Engllah Olub was adjourned.
Dedication to Mferedith Par*
ents; Informal Spirit De
picted by Word, Picture
Thursday afternoon. May 8, the
student body received their copy of
the 1940 edition of the "Oak
licarea," the college annual. Tbe
annual this year Is dedicated to
the fathers and moUiers "who have
made it possible for ug to live and
work iDgether at Meredith." Tbe-
dwlIcQtion waa accompanied by an
artist's conception of the typical
The theme of the annual is the
informa) spirit which we know and
love, In accordance with this theihe
the formal groupe of pictuvea were
replaced with informal group plc-
turee. The faculty waa grouped In
formally by deportments, and the
offlEerB of the various campus or
ganizations were shown In Informal
gj'oups. The club groups wore
shown In their ineetiiig places, cas
The color scheme of tbe annual
is hlue Mid copper. The cover is a
dork blue with a copper trim, bear
ing tho name of the book. On the
title page hlue cloude are used In
the campua scones, On each page
there Is a narrow vertical band nf
copper. The division pngea are blue,
bearing photographa of typical cam
pus scenes. The Juniors this year
are characterl7.ed hy .■inatches Erom
popular and ciaaslca: songs. In tbe
corner of each Junloi- page 1b a mu
sic staff on which the Ilrat phraas
of the "Alma Mater" la written.
The msmbers oE this yoar’a atalT
wero Kathleen Jnckaon, editor;
Catherine Scott, associate editor;
Rebecca Vnughan, bualneas man-
flser; Carolyn Andrexvs, Marietta
MacLennon anti MarHin. Olive, class
oiUtora; Cora Burns and Betty Ver
non, photo edltois; Cornelia Her
ring nnd Emma Ann Taylor, typ
ists; Virginia Leo Watson, Julia
Reams Lee. Mary Owlna Oliver.
Evelyn Marahburn and Helen Mac
intosh, buslneaa staff.
Abolition of B.S. Degi-ee for
Music Majors; Classes to be
Arranged on Levels; Un
derclasses Take Courses
Numbered Below 30
Is In Finals
S t Q k 0 w ,s k I Lejiiler of
Youth Orchestra on its
Tour of South America
Mlaa .fcati iVTarlo Stewavt will
leave on May 27 for Washington,
D. C.. wiiero she will enter IIih final
conteat tor a place !n the Leopold
Stokowski All-Amorlcan Youth Sym-
Miss Stewart, a winner in both
the state and regional contests, will
appear for the final tryouts batoze
Leopold Stokowski hlmaelf, tho or-
ganlzar of the orcheatra.
The young Americans chosen will
tour Central and South America
this summer under the direction
of Mr. Stokowsiti, who Is tlio dliec.-
tor o£ the Philadelphia Symphony
The new Meredith Catalogue con
tains Quite a few changes In the
curriculum for the year '40-'4l. Tho
degree requirement which formerly
offered a choice of science, math,
or as undent language has omitted
the anclanl language. Four credits
arc now necessary for the fine arts
requirement Instead of two.
Tho Ancient Language Depact-
nienl no longer offers a major in
Greek, and Greek Tragedy 34-3B
has bean dropped. Latin coursea
have also been changed; Roman
Private. Life and Roman Religion
and Philosophy havo been com
bined Into a course called Roman
Life and Thought, and Roman His
torians, Lucretius and Sight Read
ing of Latin have been dropped.
The Art Department has substi
tuted Introduction to Art, a now
course, for Art Appreciation in tho
requlronients for a major, Color
nnd Deelgn, Art of the Renaissanco
and Modern Art are also required.
The followlag have been dropped-
Advanced History of Art, Applied
Bealgn and Painting.
The only change in chemistry la
that General Ohemistry has been
cut from a Eoui' to u three-hour
But'lish 20-21 (aophoinoro Eng-
llah) Is miw a prei'aqulatte for Old
The History Department iiaa add
ed History 31 (Recant European)
and omitted Hlatovy 2S-2D (Mmlern
Two cout'aes have been dropport
from the Home Bconomlca Depai't-
tiierit, Home Ai)prenlation IR ard
Housii Plnmiliiff and Furnlahlng 41
A new coiD’so in GetiHral Mathe
mnllca (12-13) tor freahmen major
Ing In music will be offei'ed. He-
(iiiiiiD ot tho number nf specfal re-
nuesLa Mathematical Priiinfples nf
AccountlJig, omitted from the new
ciitalngue, will bo given,
Tbe French Dejiartmont baa sub-
atltiUed tho llistovlcol Development
ot tliR Freuifli Di'ainn, a new rouvse
for the former Survey ot French
r,lternturp, lilempnlary and Intor-
mndlnte French a-7 has bean
dropped. Tho ascond year of Otiv-
mnh h;is alan l>eeii omitted from
t.he new ciii'vlculum.
A new cnurae In Church atid Cho
ral Music Is to be oftnrnd (8,1,0) and
The Teaching oE Mualc In tiie Jun
ior Slid Senior Hiirh Schonl 42.G
ima liecn ilroppod.
In the Philosophy and Payohoiosv
Doparhnont, the Introduction to
Plillosophy has been dropped and
Problems ot Philosophy, a course
for those who intend to take only
—Continued on page 2.
Senator Bailey To
Make Last Address
To Meredith Seniors
SENATOR J. W. B.MLEY
New Officers Take
Over the Student
Government in Chap
From N. C., Two
From S. C., Va., and
N. J.; One Fi’om La.,
and R. I.
j Daisies May Not Tell, But The
Rv Doroihy RowLAns
Ur-r-ring! Wliy is that crazy clock
clamoring at tlile hour? It's a whole
hour before breakfast. Oh, yes, it'a
time to go to daisy chain practice.
Oh, for the life of a soalor (or
Junior or freahmaa) who can sleep
later! Anyway It's a great life If
you don’t weaken.
Say, let's hurry and go by the
post olllce, Tliu mail Is navor en
tirely put up this early, but onr
iettors might have been on top
today. . . .
Dut, Addlu, tho ntuaic 1b too fast
tor us to walk by. Can’t It be a
little eloworl Wo can’t afford to
walk much faster ir it will spoil
tho effect. After all, our Big Slaters
only graduate once, ao we’d bottar
have thia tiling In good order for
them. What? Oh, the mualo Is aup-
posed to bo foster, 1 belleva I re-
momber hearing somethiag to that
effect before, but I was too sleepy
to get the Idea. Ho-lium. It's too
early for comfort. Oh, let’s slog
that line about tho daiatss and Ivy
again. I never can get that rlglit
[Now, let’s try tbe first Hue of tha
second vei'se; those worda don’t
aeem lo fall as easily into the mel
ody as the onea In the first voras.
A terrible thing just occurred to
ma! Do we hava to get up every
morning tor this—even during
oxama? I'll admit I’ve heard that
tho "early bird always eatclies the
xvorm,” but It’s a matter for de
bate wliether I’m a bird nr a worm.
You say we practice in the after-
noona. then? Well, that'a a rollat,
Anothor thought like thnt and I’ll
be completely awake.
Who’a out of step? Oh, I am. I
guoss I was thinking about what
we’re haying for breaXtaat, I’m ao
hungry it's no wonder I can’t got
my mind on my marching. , . .
What’s that? Did she say we look
like a funeral proceaalon? Well,
wo can’t bo expected to look and
aound very ohaarful bofore brealc-
faat, can we?
Oh, there’s the last bell! Let’s
hurry ao we can look In at the
post olBce once more. I do hope we
havo something good for breakfast.
I’m almply atarved.
Old MiU'.shfll.^ Transfer Re-
tralia to New; All Take the
Oath of Office
’I'ha Inetallatlou ut the new ofn-
ccra nf Astixitekton Literary So
ciety waa held Friday night at Ci46
in Astro Hull. The old and the new
oflicevs marched in wearing white
evening drcaaoa and carrying white
cuudlea and sat ou opposite sides
of the stiige. After tha mombei-s
anng the Aat)'o sang, Nancy Brewer
made a speech in turning over her
iliiliea to tha new president. Tho
old mai'shals then transferred their
roiralla to the new ones who ac
cepted ihelv duties foi' tlie coming
yefiT. The retiring offlcers aro Nancy
Brewer, preaidoat; Cora Burns, vino
president; Janie Parker, secretary;
Sarflh Hayworth, treasurar, iiud
chief inurahal, Elvelyn Marahburn;
aenlor morahal, Jane Washburn;
Junior marshal, Ann Taylor, and
aophomoro marshal, Botty Ollngan,
’Pho new ofllcers are: President,
Ida Howell, vice prsaldent, Doro
thy Ponder; secrotary, Oatherinn
Wyatt; treasurer, Sara Justice, and
chief iiiarahall, Ann Taylor; son-
ior marshal, Agnoa Graham; Junior
marshal, Francoa Bucbaoan, and
aophomoro mnrshal, Nan Dnvia.
During Chapel on Friday, May 3,
the Student Government officers
for the year 1D40-41 wera inatJilled.
Tha old and now councils marched
in together na the assembly sang
with thorn the "Dedication Hymn."
When they had taken their places
on the atags, Dorothy Qraen the
outgoing preaident, made an Intro-
diioLory speech after which Ruchel
Poe, tha incomlug president, took
the oatJi of olBco Crom her. The
onth la as follows: "I realize fully
the I'BBpoualbillty which Is mine in
accepting thIa offlce. and I do most
solemnly promieo that I shall tut-
till it to the best of my ability."
Attur taking the oath tlie new
pi eairient mudo a short apeech, after
which she gave the oath to the
oUiBv now memtja)'a, and both coun
cils mai'ched out as the Alma Ma-
tor was being sung. The old nnd
new oflloers are;
PieaWont., Dot GroBu. Ra.duO Poe,
Vice president, Mlnottn Bartleu,
Molen Byrd; Spoctary, Rouhi'l Pnc,
nniichon Pnuny; Tronsuror, Ri»-
siinmi Harros, Mary Lib Holloway,
Jones Hall prcsidRUt, Jann Wash-
bum, Anno Taylor; vir:e pi-e«)tlpnts.
Sariili r-Iayworih, Margaret Martin,
Rebecca Vnughu, Ellen Ann Flythe.
li^ifroloth Hall prosldciit, Carnlyn
Andrews, Alice Palls; vice presi
dents, Nancy Hradsher, Rowen.i
Daniel, Ann Taylor, Nanay Nickois.
Hazel .Tohnaton. Stringfleld Hall,
president, Anna Elizabeth Powell,
Mary BllzabeUi Foeter; vino presl-
dauts, Holan Pyrd, Lncilo Wyatt,
MKvy IJllanbetb Foator, Lucy Mc-
Neely, Amolin Pruitt, Vnnn Hull
prealdent, Elvelyn Short, Annie
Lnuvle Overton; vice prosidaut,
MargaroL HIne. Sopbomore I'epre-
aentatlvB, Mary Sllxnbeth Coleman,
fly May 13. 30 girls had been
enrolled for the next term and a
great many more are expected lo
be on hand next September 10,
Thus far 31 have applied for en
trance from North Carolina, two
each from South Carolina, Virginia
and New Jci-sey, and one from Lou
isiana and Rhode Island. They are
Helen Mae Crutchfleld, Albemarle;
Georgia Sours Brewer, Pitlaboro;
Mary Elisabeth Johaaon, Fair BluCf;
Aileen Rogers, Wako Forest (trans
fer); Annie Mary Mutthewa,. Loula-
burg; Marlhn Ann Allen, Garver;
Dctiy Jean Moore, Grahom; Elisa
beth Cohi), Winaton-Saiem; Mar-
goret IIolllH, LaurinbuTR; Ruliy
Lee Tliompsou. Graham; I2niily
Pllaiid, Gates; Kathleen Frink.
Lumberton; Eliiubeth Dixoa
Knowl«B. Rocky Mount; lOmma
KlResp ninJoek, Dunn: Bllznbeth
Anti Hull]), Lexington; Rrlenn Gas
kin, Albemarle; Margaret CaynellR
Uradlsy, Hitiiteravllle; Darcas Stan
ley, Smithfleld: Treno Smith, Kan
napolis (trnnefer from Mars Illll
Junior Collegp); Miriam Elizabeth
tluipe, Cfinpel Hill; Ann Carolyn
White. Wilmhigton; Lena Rowe.
lIiirreDsvillo (triinsfer from Pcacu
Junior CollegB); Irene Current,
Greensboro; Bllsiabeth Gertrude
^fetJRr. Leiand: lOmmogene Shields.
ITlKli Point; Mary Snipes, Wood-
Innd; .loalo KlifjiVth Lassiter,
Potociisi: Mollle Ollvin Melvtn.
Korr; Vlrginlci Sinclair Mayn, Retli-
pl; Doe SiHi'lc Bullock, Fairmont,
and Inm* Tvitohln Shields. Scotland
Neck, lire from North Carolina.
Rosetin Florence Purvla. Wcst-
iiplrt, .-mtl Shirley Mae Kullar. Ma
plewood, nre (Iv two from Nnw ,Jer-
From Smith CHrollna i^ome Natha
lie Salley Woodward. Anderson,
and Betty Buth Thorn. LakevillG.
Valierlo Page Rankin, Richmond,
and Mary Sno McNeely, Arlington,
are repre.-icntatives from Virglnln,
Also Vlrgini.i Ayera from New
OrleanB, I^,. nnd Genovleve Chlf-
felle. SlHteaville, Rhode Jaland.
Dr. S. B. Cousins Is
Chosen to Give Bac
June 2; Nancy Brew
er Will Present W. T.
Bost as Outstanding'
Speaker of Society
Night, June 1; Class
Day to be in Grove
For Friday, May 81, the two
events which have been placed oo
tho college calendar are the Art
Exhibit at 1 o’clock Id tbe colleg*
parlors and the annual concert at
8 o'clock In the auditorium. The
exhibit la given every year by the
girls who are graduating In Art
Education, The concert Is a feature
of every commencement program.
Saturday, June 1, will be the
date tor tho meetings of the honor
aocleiles and of the Alumnae Asao-
clotion, for the Alumnae luncheon.
Claaa Day exerciaes and Society
Night. Tbe two honor aocletiea.
Kappa Nu Sigma and the Sliver
Shield honor society, will meet at
on Saturday morning.
At 10:30 Mrs. J. W. Bunn of Ra-
lelgli will speak at the meeting of
the Alumnae Aaaoclatlon In tho
Phi Hall, The reunion classes
this y.,.ur ai'e to be ’IB-’IB, '30, and
35-’3S. The aiumnoe will honor the
Senior Class, the plaing alumnae,
at a luncheon In tho college dining
hall at 1 o'elock, Toastmaster tor
tho on’nsion will he Mra. Raymond
Porkor, neo Sallle Calvert of Jack-
HOD, Norlh Carolina. It is lioped
lhat Mrs, A. 15. LytR-h, sister of
Dr. Carlyle Campijoll aud dean nf
the Departmeuc of Music at Camp
bell College, will render a plani
solo as D part of tbP lunchcnn pro-
If the weath»»r oiTnika. the Class
nay cxercises ,vlll lako iilaoo at
■I lA'ioHi tin tho atiei'iioou ot Sat
urday, June .1, in the grove. Tlio
stiphr.mores in while sharkskin
drcssos will march into th.> crovn
In a dou')l(. |ii,». carrying the daisv
chains and singing to the seiiinrs.
Till- tiamy (-bnliis when placed
iiM ilieir posts In file grove,
will fr,i-ni nn alslo through wlilcli
tile fcMlors will w,ill( In tli,.ir yel
low end !nvend.r net drosac>. Everv
four ycnrs Ihc pvou rluissp.i hnvo
yellow iind lavender for their clasi«
colon*, iuid in the Intervealng yoars
the cv'cii iiass colors aro croon and
whliG. Class mascots this year are
to bp llitle Miss Joan Barden of
f'ayetievllle. dnuglitor nf Elizabeth
Walston Biirdcn (ex-'40l, and Mas
ter Billy Daniels. Richmond, eon
of Leo Ann Taylor Daniels falso
—Continued on page 4.
Guest At Club
J. Pittman nnd I>, Pei-ry
Chosen Ofrieci-s' of Now
Council For Town Crirls
The town girls in tlio student
body will bo organized according
to a new plan next year. Theae
girls will htivo a atudent body or-
sanlztttlon oil their own. They will
olent iV council to caaOuet their nf-
tnlrg which will be composed of
repreaeutntlves from all four
classBB. The ofDcera who have been
.elected to dato are Joaephlne Pitt
man aa rvosldent and Dorothy Anna
Parry aa vice prealdent.
Thia council will deni with all
problems (hat affect the day stu
dents, and will strive to further
unite the boarding atudenta and the
dny atudenta. There will be on the
Sludant Government Council a I'ep-
resontatlve elected by tha day stu
dents. Their plons are not com
plete, but they are anxlotia to do
all poaalbie to make tbe day stu
dents a real part of Meredith.
Training in Pnrliamentarj-
Procedure to be Given for
Benefit of Officei's
Ou May 15, Ki and 17. the Silver
Shield will sponsor a course In pav-
llamoulary law In tho Phi hall. This
course Ik to ba an Intensive Irain-
‘‘*6 rorrent parllameutary pro-
cbnlnuan, spoke on Ihc fatmma Me- Riven for the benefit of the
Dowen Colony. He Is wvll (imillfled elected officers. Those
The McDowell Mualc Club held
Its regular meeting May 1) at G:4B
In Phi Hall wHh Jano Washburn,
president, presiding. The roll call
and minutes wers dispensed with
sinco nn Importunt program had
Dr. Bonjamin Swalln, conductor
of tiio North Carolina Symphony
OrciiosDn. wns the guest speaker.
Dr. Swalln. who was Introduced by
Annio Laurie Overloii, program
lo spcnk nn this subject slnca he
has spent several months nt tlifl
lUsOO M.W.I.- MKiU SjK.
I2MI0 r.T.S..,,: 2-1 fin,.. '
1 MfS M.W.F l«.|3 M«u,
li l5 ’I’.T.S a.»
a.-in M.W.F I0-J2 ’I'hcn.
2t tn T.’r.s i».4 ’I'Hos.
8)!»0 M.W.K IO-I2 Wed,
«:«» T,’l',8 a.-i AVod.
IllliO .M.W.r HM3 'J'liiii.,
0:!KI T.'|',S„.: 2-1 Thu.-,
ttsoo M.w.K. 10-ta ri-i.
HiK» T.T.S... a.4 I>i.
fiuircd to take the course are tho
Student Goveruinent president, the
vloo prpaidont ot the Student Gov
ernment, the Baptist Student Union
president, tlio editors of tho "Oak
Leaves," fiie "Acoi'n” and “The
Twig." , tho presidents ot the two
BiH-letlps iind the prealdcut ot tho
Little Theater, Tho prealdeUts of
tho minor organiaatlODR will also
tako the course.
Miss Frances M. Hailey will be
tha instructor. This training Is an
effort to have moro real parlla-
mentaiy pi-ocodure In all the organ-^
isatloha over the eampua. The Sli
ver Shield feels that the various
organisations have hoen slaolc In
this procedure in tbs peat and thpt
a course such as this one will faring
about a vast improvement.