North Carolina Newspapers

    YOU CAN STILL
GIVE TO THE
march of dimes
Saint Mary’s School Library
THOSE EXAMS ARE
HERE AGAIN
OF SAINT MARY’S
Vol. XIII, No. 8
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
January 26, 1951
Sigma-Mti Teams Pick
Captains For Games
Morson and Broughton Will
Play Teams in Tournament
The Sigma and Mu basketball
Saras have elected their captains
i?.*’ 11^6 forthcoming tournament. The
^'^grna’s elected Nancy Woodruff
the Mxi’s elected Louise Milli-
Both girls were first string
“’’Wards on their teams last year.
Touise is president of the Circle,
®scretary of Hall Council, jrresident
J the Mu’s, vice-president of the
“ctors’ Daughters’ Club, and a
^eraber of the Canterbury Club,
’’anddaughters’ Club, and Letter
klub.
^ancy is president of the YWCA,
t’ice-counselor, and a member of
*s Letter Club and the Glee Club.
Both teams are working hard for
first game of the tournament,
'jfieh will be played February 22.
Sigma-Mu basketball tourna-
Gnt is always one of the high lights
, the athletic season and competi-
will be strong. The Sigma
“aai has won the basketball champ-
aship two years in a row aiid do
,7 W’ant to relinquish their claim
year.
Gie athletic department has suc-
eded in scheduling two games
Ath Hugh Morson and Needham
^^foughton high schools for Fehru-
10. The Sigma’s will play one
the high school teams and the
Mj-s will play the other team. The
^jB’iiigs for the games aiid the time
“ach will be announced later.
SMS Elects Sandra Sims May Queen
Sigina-5Iu Leaders wlu) will compete for tlie fortlicomiiig basketball tourney.
Standing are A1 Wblte and .Alice Hicks. Seated are Jjoiiise Milliken and
Evelyn Oettinger.
Lauritz Melchior, Opera Tenor, Will
Perform At Raleigh Music Concert
Jlaleigh Civic Music Association
t'lll
present Lauritz Melchior, Met-
j^Politan Opera tenor, at the Me-
®’’ial Auditorium tonight.
.The sixty-year-old Swedish born
fiai’ is now a naturalized Ameri-
citizen. Mr. Melchior has sung
li^'^’^and performances for kings,
concerts for veteran hospitals,
tiif •'appeared in four motion pic-
He is especially noted for
performance of Wagnerian op-
of Lauritz Melchior’s fav-
“ pastimes is hunting. He has
'''el? several safaris in Africa as
as rabbit hunts in the south,
^^'’orite food is rare beef and
®fiish smorgasbord.
^^^e actually caught his wife. One
5 while in his back yard, he saw
tlj^'B'bing plane nose-diving toward
earth. One of the women who
V'’’■''ed the wreck is the present
Melchior. The opera' star was
t|j ® to catch her from the flames of
burning plane.
k^erge Roth will accompany Mr.
\(,jj efiior during his program, which
consist of Steig Sol (Rise,
' by Backer-Lunde, Junker Nils
l^inger till Lutan (Swedish) by
Andreas Halien, Med en Primula-
veris (With a Violet, Norwegian)
by Edvard Greig, Foraarssang
(Danish Spring Song) by Fini Ilen-
rigues.
The second ])ortion of the jiro-
gram consists of piano solos by Mr.
Roth entitled J/ttZMrA’o. in A by Cho-
])in and Liehestod from “Tristan
and Isolde” by Wagner-Lizst.
In the third part of the program
will be Siegmund’s Love Song from
“Die Walkeure” by Richard Wag
ner, Traume, and Walther’s Prize-
lied from “Die Meistersinger,” also
by Wagner.
Part four will be comprised of
Tschaikowsky’s None But the Lonely
Heart, Dunga'n’s While Jade, and
The Two Grenadiers and Dedication
by Schumann.
Mr. Roth returns again in solo
for the fifth part of the program.
His selections will be Bolero by Ra
vel and Goblin Dance by Dvorak.
The conclnding part of the pro
gram will return Mr. Melchior, sing
ing Spring, Come Back to Vienna
by Spielman, Lonely Night by Hu-
bay-Stoll, the popular Some En
chanted Evening by Rodgers, and
Youman’s Without a Song.
Day Sindentf Givv
Talent Show Program
The day .“tudents gave a talent
show for the assembly program Jan
uary 18.
June Bullard, president of the
day students, was in charge. Eliza
beth Nooe, ])osing as a social re-
])orter for a Raleigh newspaper, in
troduced the girls on the program.
Jean McGhee served as messenger
in the newspaper office.
R^aiicy Lee, accom))anied by .Jean
ette Bull at the piano, did an acro
batic dance. .June Bullard sang
Summertime, accompanied by Emily
Fisher at the piano.
Catherine Bikle, Mary Ann
Eaddy, Anna Ball Arthur, and Con
nie Telfair, wearing “backwoods”
costumes, featured in a melodrama,
’Twas a Dark and Stormy Night.
Jeanette Bull, the entertainer
from the Saddle Club, wearing a
riding habit, played a piano solo.
Almost Like Being in Jjove.
In conclusion, Hagwood, por
trayed by Juliet Fulghum wear
ing a yellow organdy dress with
matching picture hat, and Hinkle,
portrayed by Libba Dorris wearing
a man’s outfit, gave a clever panto
mime duet. She’s a Lady.
May Queen’s Court Consists of
Six Seniors, One Sophomore,
One Junior, Four Bus. Students
Sandra Sims will reign over the
annual Saint Mary’s May Day, Sat
urday, May 5. Twelve other cam
pus beauties have also been selected
for the May Court. They are Kit
Armistead, Pat Boesser, .luliet
Fulghum, Kitty Fisher, Grace Gor
don, Peggy Hooker, Ann Miles, Vir
ginia Mowery, Anne Rixey, Traques
Saunders, Mazio Strickland, and
Harriet Tew.
Sandra Sims, of Lyiichburg, is a
senior this year and also a member
of last year’s May Court. Sandra
is chief marshal, a meniher of Orche-
sis, the YWCA, the Hall Council
and the Dramatic Club. Sandra
serves on the circulation staff of the
BELI.ES and is a Sigma,
Kit Armistead, of Kinston, is also
a senior. Kit is ])resident of the
Sigma Pi Alpha and the Glee Club
and vice-])resident of the Dramatic
Club. She is a member of the Hall
Council and the Stage Coach staff.
Pat Boesser, of Winston-Salem,
is a new girl and a junior at Saint
Mary’s this year. Pat is in the
choir, Canterbury and Glee Clubs.
She is a dance marshal and a Sigma
cheerleader.
Kitty Fisher, of Elizabethtown,
is a new girl and president of the
business class. Kitty is in the
YWCA and made the Mu all-star
hockey team. She is a librarian for
the G'lee Club.
.luliet Fulghum is a day student
and a member of the business class.
She is chief cheerleader for the
Mu’s. Juliet is active in Glee
Club and Stage Coach work.
Grace Gordon, of S])ray, is a
senior this year. She is a member
of the Hall and Honor (Muncihs,
the Canterbury Club, and the Stu
dent Vestry. Grace is a marshal
and was elected to the 1/if all-star
hockey team.
Peggy Hooker, of Martinsville,
Virginia, is a senior and is a mem
ber of Orehesis, the Hall Council,
the BELLES staff, and the YWCA.
Peggy is a mar.shal and a Sigma.
Ann Miles, of Durham, is a sec
ond year girl at Saint Mary’s. She
is taking the business course this
year. Ann is a Mu and a dance
marshal for her class.
Virginia Mowery, of Raleigh, is
chief dance marshal, assistant editor
of the BELLES, a Mu cheerleader,
and a member of the YWCA and
Sigma Pi Alpha,
Anne Rixey, of Norfolk, is jiresi-
dent of the student body. Rixey bi'-
lougs to the Hall and Honor Coun
cils, Dramatic Club, Altar Guild,
Canterbury Club, and Legislative
Body. She is a member of the
BELLES circulation staff, the Or
der of the Circle, and a Sigyna,
Mazie Strickland, of High Point,
is secretary of the Order of tluy
(Cont. P. 4, Col. 1)
    

Page Text

This is the computer-generated OCR text representation of this newspaper page. It may be empty, if no text could be automatically recognized. This data is also available in Plain Text and XML formats.

Return to page view