North Carolina Newspapers

    Page Four
THE TWIG
March 20,1969
SNOOP SCOOP
AROUND CAMPUS
To the freshmen who are hear
ing more boys' lines than they ever
imagined could exist, a certain se
nior had a date to top them all
. . . she and her fellow has just
pulled into the parking lot and he
moved over beside her to ask quite
seriously, “Do you believe in the
hereafter?” When she answered,
“Yes,” he said “Good, then you
know what fm here after.” Beware!
What certain senior receives let
ters addressed to H. D. from the
Big Dipper? It must be heaven on
earth, eh, M. C.?
Guess who was applauded at the
Lambda Chi cocktail party recently
after she took her first drink?
Japanese-American relations may
have suffered a set-back after
two lecture attendants insisted on
calling the speaker Callmeyo after
he had said “Call me Yo.”
Four to Attend
Mid-South U.N.
At this year's Mid-South Model
United Nations, meeting at Western
Carolina University. March 26-30,
Meredith will be represented by
four students. The members, repre
senting Spain, include Barbara
Perry, Cindy Griffith. Emily Del
linger, and Karen Watson. Dean
Rusk, former Secretary of State,
will head the convention’s agenda
with a key note address on Wednes
day night.
The remainder of the internation
al week will be spent in discussing
eighty resolutions concerned with
the Sino-Soviet dispute, the Arab-
Israeli conflict, and the U. S. policy
in Viet Nam. These issues will be
debated in plenary sessions through
out the week, ending in the adop
tion of many of the resolutions.
What paramour on campus advo
cates love-in's on the bridge?
Newlin, do you have a favorite
brand of cigars?
The circus really brought a cos
mopolitan flavor to town — a Ger
man for third Brewer and an
Italian for second Poteat.
Musical Rock Preferences
Stated in Teenage Poll
In connection with the recent
campus emphasis on popular music,
with Mitch Ryder’s appearance, the
Twic includes a study in the field
of rock taken by EYE magazine.
The Beatles, Janis Joplin, Dono
van, Jim Morrison and Jimi Hen
drix were among the top winners in
EYE Magazine’s first annual Rock
'n' Roll Poll.
Divided into thirty categories
from Best Album to Most Exciting
New Face — the poll revealed that
progressive rock, such as the Cream,
is popular, but teeny hopper bub
ble gum rock, for example, the 1910
Fruitgum Company, is still in.
The Beatles walked off with three
categories — Album of the Year,
Best Group and Top English Group
— and “Hey Jude” by the Beatles
won the Best Single and Best Lyrics
Award. The Top American Group
was the Doors.
Tiny Tim too the 1968 Public
Nuisance Award and his album was
voted runner up to the Rolling
Stones, “Their Satanic Majesties
Request” as Bad-Trip Album of the
Year.
Janis Joplin took Best Female
Vocalist. Jim Morrison was runner-
up to Donovan as Top Male Vo
calist.
The Cream was hailed as the
Most Lamented Break-up of the
year and also took runner-up as Top
English Group. The King and Queen
of Soul were James Brown and Are
tha Franklin.
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History Deparfment
To Display Talent
Dr. Lemmon, ’a la hippie, sing
ing “Harper Valley P.T.A.” is price
less. Dr. Gates’ version of “Getting
to Know You” might be a good
freshman number. And anything
Dr. and Mrs. Grubbs do is worth a
howl.
What occasion would bring out
hidden talents such as these? It just
might be the history department
talent show to be held Monday,
March 24 in Jones Auditorium.
The historical reason for this or
ganized chaos is a need to raise
money for the LR.C. trip to the
United Nations March 26-31.
Spanish Club
To Attend Plays
The Spanish Club is attending two
plays by Miguel de Cervantes in
Chapel Hill on Thursday, Mar. 13.
The plays are ElViego Celoso (“The
Jealous Old Man”) and Tetablo de
las Maravillas (“The Marvelous
Puppets”). There will also be six
teenth century Spanish music to ac
company these plays by the Spanish
musician, Juan del Encina. Fifteen
students will accompany Miss
Peaden and Mr. Ledford.
Science Group
To Tour Reoctor
Members of the Barber Science
Club will take a field trip with other
members of the Collegiate Academy
of Science Sat., Mar. 22. The
group will tour the nuclear reactor
and the New Food Science Labora
tories at NCSU. They will also viat
the phytotron, a new facility at
NCSU where plants and small ani
mals are cultured under completely
controlled conditions.
M. R. Leadbetter
Speaks on Statistics
Dr. M. R. Leadbetter, from
U.N.C.-CH spoke Wed., Mar. 19 to
the Math Club in the alumnae
house. Dr. Leadbetter, one of a
series of visiting lecturers sponsored
by Cooperating Raleigh Colleges,
spoke on the field of statistics.
PLAN SUMMER TOUR
(Continued from page 3)
France — Nice, Lyon and Paris
will be visited in France. A trip to
Monte Carlo and the French Ri
vera, visits to the Eiffel Tower, the
Sorbonne and the Notre Dame Ca
thedral will end the trip.
Flight arrangements have been
made through the British Overseas
Airways Corporation. For further
information contact Charles Parker
or Leonard White. The cost of the
tour is $795.00.
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