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sixirOL, XXX, NO. 6
January 20, 1967
First Semester Ends; Second
Term Promises To Be Busy One
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break, the first semester
’''"Hester begins February 1,
^'ith the last examination and
have ended. The second se-
, nester begins February 1, 1967,
wek is tlie month for dili-
to prove to your par-
nits you can do better than von
-t'd first semester. THE BELLES
jjj’Ponsors a Glamour Contest when
is elected to represent St.
re ' ary s in national competi-
. |fion.
March is an important month
Government activi-
mjir officers are elected
.jii i^'ib^-68. Spring Fever becomes
the sunporeh opens its
sunbathers. Spring Vaea-
IS March 23-29.
d ^Pi’il, the term papers
, '* have been initiated and the
iibrary should be filled at all
'i'he installation of the new
rtiti officers will take place in
Chapel at this time. Germans
Weekend at UNO is April 15 and
IFC at State is April 29. The
Freshman-Sophomore Dance is
planned to be in April also. The
May Day practices are every day
towardsthe end of the month.
College acceptances become a
daily trauma at this time.
The last mouth is a busy one
with May Day and deadlines to
meet before the end of the semes
ter. Elections are held by the se
niors : president. Fire Captain,
secretary of the Legislative Body,
the Senior Honor Board represen
tative. Rings and annuals are dis
tributed. Exams are May 20-25.
The Commencement Play is May
26 and Class Day is on May 27.
Following Baccalaureate Services
on May 28, the new Chief Mar
shal will drop the handkerchief
on May 29, Commencement Day.
Another year and another se
mester will then be over.
^^leigh Concert
Series Presents
^nmons Pianist
lluth Slencynska, an outstand-
I. 'S piaiio virtuoso, will perform
I Raleigh Memorial Auditorium
■ n Wednesday, February 1. She
coming in connection with the
9 Concert Music Associ-
^ ntion.
j Slencynska, an American,
I '' prodigy and gave her
concert at the age of four,
hi f P®Mornied for several years,
playing in public in the
tl t ^ until recently
Pnblid'^' again began performing
be^ti^ considered by many fo
>he top woman pianist in the
Mr. Bell has requested that all
Dav Students please pay the Saga
Food Service for any bills which
have accumulated during the first
semester. It is imperative that the
bills be paid before examinati(iiis.
Also, during the week of Janu
ary 23-27, the Saga Food Service
will be featuring special meals
representative of foreign coun
tries. Mexico will be the theme
for January 23. An ice cream
Good.v House will be displayed
the next night, which is in tune
with Old England. Oriental and
Italian Nights will be January 25
and 26. respectivel.y. ^
Meals will be served from o :15
to 6:15.
Miss Guest, hamlwrlting expert, diagnoses Ashley Ettinger’s personality.
On Wednesday night, January
11, the student body heard a lec
ture by Miss Victoria Guest, sci
entific handwriting analyst, radio
personality and author.
Miss Guest demonstrated the
use and methods of her science,
graphology. She gave several stu
dents new insights into their per
sonalities by giving brief analy
ses of their handwriting.
Miss has had her own ra
dio show on WOR-New York and
is the author of a book entitled
“How Do You Doodle?”
Throughout the lecture, Miss
Guest stressed the importance of
total concept and intelligent ap
plication in handwriting analyses.
She emphasized the fact that there
is little right or nwong in the way
a person writes; his handwriting
simply reflects his personality.
Since personalities differ from
others, handwritings also differ.
Besides being an intriguing lec
turer, Victoria Guest has a deep-
concern for the understanding of
her profession.
(;iicns Atinospliere nt
White Elephant Sale.
The Order of
St. Genesins
Inducts Four
The Order of St. Genesius, the
honorary society of the Dramatics
Club, walked January 17, 1967 for
Libby Keller, Anne Garwood, Mr.
Tate and Mr. Connelly. Libby has
been active in the Dramatics Club
and has acted as stage manager
for a number of plays at St.
Mary’s. She has also been in the
Glee Club, the Ensemble, the
Y.W.C.A., the Altar Guild, the
Choir, the C.C.U.N., Hall Council,
and is Chairman of the Critics
Staff of file “Muse,” and secrefarv
of the Y.D.C.
Anne has also been in the Y.W.
C.A. and the Altar Guild. She is
in the Granddaughter’s Club and
is quite active in the Dramatics
Club. She has appeared in “I Re
member Mama,” “House of Ber-
narda Alba,” “The Prize Plajq”
and will appear in the fortheom
ing production of “Medea.”
Chosen as honorarv members
were Mr. Tate and Mr. Connelly.
Both of these teachers have been
in numerous plays at St. Mary’s.
Mr. Tate was in “The Prize
Play” and “The Bald Soprano”,
(Continued on Page 4)
Former Speaker
On Self»Defense
Returns To SMJC
Following the Christmas lioli-
da.vs, St. Mar.v’s was revisited by
Fred Storaska, an expert on self
defense methods. Having given a
fascinating six week self defense
course last year, Mr. Storaska
was asked to return by popular
demand of the student body.
His lectures are based on his
personal experience with women’s
assault cases. He is graphic and
realistic in his approach and
makes every woman realize the
danger and frequency of such
As Mr. Storaska said, “It could
be you.”
His best advice was that a wo
man should never panic under any
circumstances and that she try to
talk to the assailant. He stresses
the importance of his lectures
with brief, but meaningful exper
iences which he has seen happen
to girls in dangerous predica
Mr. Storaska’s fame has spread
in his unique profession of lectur
ing to girls and women. Results
of his lectures have also been
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