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Newspaper of the Students of Meredith College
Vol. XLIII
MEREDITH COLLEGE, RALEIGH, N. C., MARCH 20, 1969
No. 10
Dr. Horry Cooper Plans to Retire
MITCH RYDER displays his vocal magnetism as h« performs. Booked by Premier
Talent Association of New York, Mitch will sing tonight at 8 in Jones Anditorium.
Mitch Ryder, Spirit Seel
Perform for Campus Fans
Strains of “C. C. Rider” from
Jones Auditorium? Tonight at 8
p.m. Mitch Ryder and the Spirit Seel
wiH add a new sound to the campus
concert series.
Co-sponsored by the Concert and
Lectures Series and the Student Ac
tivities Board, the Mitch Ryder
show is free to alt Flick ’68 ticket
holders and open to other students
and dates for $2.00 apiece.
Selected Students May Take
Semester Program at Drew
Through an arrangement with
Drew University, Madison, N. J.,
Meredith students may spend one
semester in study at Drew. The
program, a result of action taken by
the Academic Council, is open es
pecially to qualified juniors who
may reccive credit for as much as
12 semester hours.
The program consists of seminars
led by members of various delega
tions of the United Nations, courses
on the Drew University campus,
and an intensive research project.
Groups participating in the United
Nations program will meet all day
on Tuesdays and Thursdays in
Drew Facilities immediately across
the street from the United Nations
Headquarters. From this base of
operations contact can be made
with members of the United Nations
Yale Spizzwinks
Plan Performance
For Friday Chapel
The Yale Spizzwinks, a singing
group, comparable to the Meredith
ensemble will perform in chapel on
Friday, March 28 at 10 a.m. Term
ing themselves a “motley group,”
the Spizzwinks are fourteen under
graduates who tour during their
spring vacation.
The group, started in 1914, have
played a great variety of concerts,
performing often enough to “hone
their musical edge, but not so often
as to cause academic catastrophe.”
The majority of their concerts
have been at various major club
meetings at such college campuses
as Smith, Vasser, and Wellesley.
They have also had a two-week
booking at the Hotel Interconti
nental in Ponce, Puerto Rico.
The next issue of THE TWIG
will be distributed on a Tuesday
instead of tlie usual Tliursduy,
therefore, the deadline for any let
ters, suggestions or other contri*
biitions is March 28.
Lynch to Head Music Department
The Chairmanship of the Depart
ment of Music at Meredith College
will be assumed by Professor W.
David Lynch effective with the
1969-70 college year. His appoint
ment was authorized by the Board
of Trustees at the February meeting
upon the recommendation of the
President and members of the Mu
sic Department. Mr. Lynch will
succeed Dr. Harry E. Cooper who
is retiring as Chairman of the De
partment at the end of the current
school year and has accepted an
appointment for 1969-70 as Pro
fessor of Music, as provided by the
College retirement policy.
Mr. Lynch is a native of North
Carolina and his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Larkin Lynch, are as
sociated with Mars Hill College.
He earned the B.M. degree from
Oberlin College, was a special stu
dent for one year at Akademie
“Mozarteum,” Salzburg, Austria,
and studied under Andre Marchal
in Paris during one summer. He re
ceived the M.M. degree at Eastman
School of Music and expects to com
plete his work for the D.M.A. de
gree at Eastman this summer.
W. David Lynch
Sue Wood, student chairman of
the Concert and Lectures Series, had
announced in the fall the possibility
of inviting a famous popular singer
to the campus. Paid for by the profit
from the sale of movie tickets, the
show will now be the first of its
kind at Meredith and, as Sue com
ments, “We hope this type of pro
gram will continue here in years to
come.”
English Department to Conduct
Annual Alumnae Seminar
Secretariat and member delegations
both in speaking to the group in
being available for student inter
views and informat on research
projects. On Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday the students take two or
three other courses in regular Drew
curriculum on campus.
Applications should be made
through the Meredith College co
ordinator, Dr. Sarah Lemmon. Final
application approval rests with the
Director at Drew University and
the Dean of Meredith College.
The cost for one semester, in
cluding tuition, board, and special
United Nations Program fee is
$ 1,682.50 for the semester.
What better department to pre
sent a program entitled “Words”
than the English Department and
that is just what they are doing at
the 27th Annual Alumnae Seminar,
Mar. 22.
The alumnae program begins at
9:30 a.m. at the Alumnae House
for registration and coffee. The
morning session follows at 10:30
a.m. at Jones Auditorium with a
welcoming talk be Edith S. Simpson
(’45), introductions by Alice G.
Satisky {’37), and the presentation
of the program by Dr. Norma Rose.
At 10:45 a.m. Mrs. Ruth Ann
Phillips will present “Xingu,” a
one-act play written by Edith Whar
ton.
After a short break, Dr. Mary
Lynch Johnson will address the
seminar with “Words and The
Word." The meeting recesses at
1 p.m. for luncheon at the dining
hall with Mrs. Simpson presiding.
The afternoon session begins at
2:30 p.m. in 103 Joyner Hall and
features Alumnae readings entitled
“As Poets Do” by Mary Ellen
Hall (’53), Ruami Squires (’34),
Sarah Cook Rawley (’29), and
Sidney Anne Wilson (’43). Upon
the completion of these readings at
3:30 p.m., the program and the
27th Annual Alumnae Seminar will
adjourn for another year.
Mr. Lynch has taught at Oberlin
College, State University College of
New Y ork at Geneseo, Eastman
School of Music, and is currently
teaching at Centenary College for
Women in Hackettstown, New
Jersey.
Of Mr. Lynch’s qualifications.
President Heilman commented, “I
am confident that he will help us to
maintain the excellent and noted
Department of Music for which
Meredith has long been known.”
Carol R. Fraser
Conducts Clinic
On Riding Skills
Owner of All Trails Riding School
and first winner of horsedom’s
“Triple Crown,” Carol R. Fraser,
will conduct a Riding-Training
Clinic at Meredith College, March
17-21. The clinic will cover instruc
tion in Forward Seat, Saddle Seat,
Stock Seat, and Dressage. Private
and class instruction will be avail
able.
Miss Fraser, a widely experi
enced competitor, student, teacher,
trainer, and manager of a horse
and cattle ranch, brings to the clinic
expert knowledge in houseman-
ship. She was the first winner of the
“Triple Crown” having won both
the five and three-gaited amateur
stakes at the World Championship
Show held during the Kentucky
State Fair, the American Royal in
Kansas City, Missouri, and the
Chicago International. Four years
in dressage study was received in
Texas under Edgar von Petkovich;
in Germany under Oberst Seunig
and Robert Schmldtke; and in New
York under Richard Watjean.
Miss Fraser has been guest lec-
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Dr. Helen Daniell
Writes French Text
Dr. Helen P. Daniell has recently
completed an edition of one part
of the longest of the French me
dieval prose romances, L'histoire
(ill Roy Perceforest, for use as a
textbook at the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill. It is being
used currently by Dr. Urban Tigner
Holmes, Jr., in his Middle French
class. This text, under the title
Passelyon, Chevalier de la Grant
Bretaigne, was published by the
Department of Romance Languages
at Chapel Hill and makes available
to students material last printed in
1532.
One of these rather rare editions
is to be found in the Rare Book
Collection at the university’s Wil
son Library.
Suze Thomas
Receives Prize
For Art Entry
Suze Thomas, a Meredith senior
art education major, was one of ten
students from five North Carolina
colleges and universities to receive
an award Sunday, Mar. 15 in the
seventh annual Student Art Compe
tition held at N. C. State University.
The winners were honored at an
awards presentation Sunday, at 3:15
p.m. at the Erdahl-Cioyd Student
Union.
Nearly 240 works of art were en
tered in the competition, which
was sponsored by the Student Union
Gallery Committee and the Presby
terian Campus Ministry. Schools
represented by the winners are,
UNC at Chapel Hill, with four win
ners; East Carolina University,
three; NCSU, Salem College and
Meredith college, one each.
Suze, a transfer from State, came
to Meredith through a desire for art
education courses not offered at
N. C. State. She plans to do her stu
dent teaching this semester. Her
drawing, entitled “Cutie & Capt” as
well as many of the other entries
in the competition will be on dis
play at the Student Union at NCSU
until March 30.
CUTIE & CAPT captured first prize for
Meredith’s Suze Thomas in the Student
Art Competition at NCSU.
    

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