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l)«Tin I'yanik, ’(>7-’fS Day Students
Derin Uyanik Is New
President Of Day Students
The Day Students met on April
Idtli and elected Miss Derin
I’yanik as their President. Pa
tricia Grimes, Sandra Ilolsonbaek,
Barbara Jones and Elaine Rnssos
were also nominated.
Derin attended high school
here at St. Mary’s, and has been
an active student. She is a member
of Orchesis and had a leading role
in May Day. Derin has helped
with the i)lays by heading the
make-nj) committee. She is also
the Day Students’ Representative
to Hall Council. She writes for
the Belles, and she is an excellent
liorsebaek rider. The Day Stu
dents consider themselves very
fortunate to have Derin as their
Glamour Announces
Winners in “Ten Best
Dressed College Girls”
C ontest
In February the Belles sj)onsor-
ed a fashion show to select from
six students a representative for
Glamour’s “Ten Best Dre.ssed Col
lege Girls” Contest. Rita Daniels,
Hayden Legg, \ancy Matthews,
Chris Sylvan, Laura Whitley, and
Bennett Blackley (who was chos
en • as St. Mary’s representative)
modeled school clothes, daytime
suits, and evening wear.
Recently a letter was received
annonneing the ten winners from
a total of .‘56!) contestants.
They are IMary Patricia Cogan,
Sweet Briar (’ollege; Suzanne
Grace, Bennett College; Mattie
Hall, Stephens College; Kathy
Krishner, Vernon Court Junior
College; Xicki Martinns, Univer
sity of California at Santa Bar
bara ; Pamela Pastnsak, Thomas
IVlore College; Winifred Portenoy,
Bradford Junior College; Mary
Lon Riccinti, Villa Julie College;
Linda Smith, Pembroke College;
and Leslie Stowell, Whittier Col-
These girls will appear in Gla
mour’s August issue.
H.niri FVeeiiiaii, Ducy Turner, Molly Leary, Giiiny Gray, .Marsaret !»•
and Libby Keller.
Six Girls Join *Cold Cuts” After
Last Senior Try-Out Of Year
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to be outstanding if portrayin--
such men as the totall,v despicable
and ruthless Cromweil or the in
nocent, admirable Thomas More?
A .similai*ity i.s realized .snddenlv
in “Blow-Up” and “A .Alan For
All Season.s” in that the question
of realit.v i.s raised again. How
could a man actually maintain
such a respectable character and
standards or how could such a
corrnj)t(‘d and mi.sled majority
exist as did in sixteenth century
\o doubt yon could have
thought about these movies for
the rest of that weekend.
Ivon^ Anticipated
S. D. Finally Arrives
_ The long-anticipated Senior Day
finall.v arrived on Ma.v 9, 1967. Tn
assembl.v, all-campus awards were
presented to both students and
facnlt.v members who have made
outstanding “contributions” to
life at St. Mary’s.
Alargaret jiresided
over the program tiiat was pre
sented b.v the seniors in the form
of a mock “Academy Awards.”
At 4:00 on the athletic field the
seniors sponsored relay i-aces for
all four classes. The events and
winners were: Ping-Pong race-
hh-eslimen; Three-legged race-Sen-
lors; Potato Sack race-Seniors;
\\ heel Barrow race-Jnniors; Back
wards race-Sophomores; and the
Inmbo-Leighton Holmes (Junior).
A picnic supper was served fol
lowing the races. After dinner the
results of the rela.vs were an
nounced. Tied for first place were
the Seniors and the Juniors with
thirty-four points each. The Fresh
men were next with tweiitv-two
points, followed by the Sopho
mores with twenty noiiU«
Six more seniors have been add
ed to the Cold Cuts. They are
Alargaret Bnrgwyn from Wood
land, Henri Freeman from Ben-
nettsville, Ginny Gra,v from High
Point, Libb,v Keller from Cla,vton,
Alolly Learv from Richmond, and
Lnc.v Turner from Pink Hill.
Tills was the last time that sen-
iors would be taken into this tra-
Former St. Mary’s Girls Marry
Nelson Pemberton and Julia
Ta.vlor, both former St. Alary’s
girls, were recently married. Bar
bara Hauser is engaged. Another
graduate of SAIJC, Alarv Fou
Tong, of Fairfax, Alaska lias had
a bab.v boy.
Graduates of SMJC receive
outstanding recognition
Debbie Ellis was voted best
Chi Omega pledge at the Univer
sity of Georgia.
Ijesle.v Wharton, ’66. was elect
ed President of Granville Towers
at UNC.
Aleg (’hristian, ’66, won the
talent show at Carolina. She will
now go to the state contest which
will lie televised Saturda.v niglit.
Rae Herrin, ’66, has recently
been elected to the office of Sec-
retar.v of the SGA at the Univer-
sit.v of South (’arolina.
New “Little Sister” on campus
Alar.v Lon AIcGowaii. a senior
from Columbia, S. (’., was chosen
as a Little Sister of Alinerva to
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ditionally senior group. TPj
tiwonts Avill be on AIoiuK]
the rising seniors who will
as the nucleus for next
Cold Cuts.
The present Cold Cuts u!
twenty-three and have exll
from a group of seven at tj
ginning of the year.
St. Mary’s art student h*
paintings accepted for art
Meredith Alaynard hf’
paintings accepted for tli(
Annual Student Art CoiaU
at State. The names of tlif |l
ings are Seascape 11 and 1’
Seniors win song contc®'
with spirited verses
At the annual Belles
test, held in assembly, the/^
attired in flowered, shitl’
beach hats, placed first, bf'
followed close behind h.'’
thusiastic sophomore clas*'
The event held to
■school spirit, was .judged b'‘
Alichael Smith, Air. John 1
and Air. Ken Nichols.
(Continued from PajT'’ '
Alolh- Urqnhart, Alartlm ‘j,
gban. Bagley Waddill. f
Wall. Laura Walter and
New Day Student
are Elaine Rnssos and
Derin ami Livy «s King „„,1 (»„r, the May ~~
Liuti* au>u tu, Puck
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