BELLES OF ST. MARY’S
October 20, i‘_
OF ST. MARY’S
Published in thirteen issues during the
school year, September to June. Monthly
for December, January and April; Semi
monthly for October, November, Febru
ary, March and May, by the Student Body
of St. Mary’s Junior College.
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Editor in Chief Lyndee Wall
Assistant Editor Paula Johnson
News Editor Harmet Collins
Feature Editor Jessica Gillespie
Exchange Editor Suzanne Crockett
Photographer Anne Brady
H^d Typist Jennie Andrews
Circulation Editor Nancy Wideman
Dru Haley, Janet Biggs, Jane Aycock,
Leigh Webster, Becky Reid, Louisa
Rogers, Cathy Smith, and Beth Hunt.
Jan Leonard, Julie Parsons, Louisa
Rogers, and Jessica Gillespie.
Frances Gordon, Susan Taylor, Jane
Maupin, Jeannette Holt, Susannah Tyler,
Sweetie Seifart, and Sally Tomlinson.
Mindy Bell, Jane Cheshire, Linda
Kerr, Frances Gordon, Betsy Mason, Bar
bara Dobson, Ann London, Dru Haley,
Joan Sandlin, and Carol Malcolm.
Mr. John U. Tate
Out, About And Around SMJG
■Oct. 21—UNO Homecoming
State vs. Wake Forest
Oct. 28—State Homecoming
Oct. 29—Raleigh Concert Music
Assos. — Robert Shaw
conducting the At
Nov. 1-3—Friends of the College
Dramatics Club Will
Our Teeth” For the
The St. Mary’s Dramatics Club
has chosen as its first offering of
the 1967-68 school year, Thorton
Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize winning
play, “The Skin of Our Teeth.”
This play is a satiric story of the
Antrobus family through the ages
—from the time the great wall of
ice creeps over the world until
the end of the war—any war.
The Antrobuses have survived
fire, flood, locusts, the ice age, a
dozen wars, and many depressions.
Ultimately, they are the stuff of
which heroes are made—heroes
and buffoons. They have surviv-
ed endless disasters by the skin of
their teeth, and Mr. Wilder’s play
is a tribute to their indestructi
bility. The whole play is a testa
ment of faith in humanity.
“The Skin of Our ’Peeth” is won.
derfully wise as well as hilarious.
It reaches out to every heart with
its warm and vital appeal.
The Antrobus family will be
played by flane Marzoui as Mrs.
Antrobus, Roland Lashle,y, Ral
eigh Little Theatre actor, as Mr.
Antrobus, Polly Cozart as Gladys
Antrobus, Kurt Newman as Henry
Antrobus, and Paula Edmunds as
Present the “Skin of
TO SIR WITH LOVE
Sabina the maid. The fortune tell-
right. Mr. Tate is Telegraph Boy.
The following St. Mary’s girls
will also appear in the plav: Jo
Betts Barrett, Deanna Kreiser,
Lisa Romanek, Suzanne Reaves,
Geigh Webster, Skeet Pittman
t^mith, Mary Lee Hall, Tibba Ed-
serton Barbara May, Peggy
garet Wellons, Polly Felton, Jean-
nie Cannon, Anne Glenn, Carol
Evans, Harriet Collin.s, Betsv Ma
•Julie Kaasa, Eleanor Bruno and
^raii Britt. State University stu
dents complete the cast.
Alice Smith and Emily Morgan
are stage managers; Derin Uyanik
IS the chairman of make-up; Mary
Ihe co.stumes and props are beiiin
bandied by Parks and Bovd Stew^
art, and John Ellington i^s set de'
signer. Mr.s. Stanley will direcU
I he play will he given 'Pnov
'Jay night, November 21, the niirht
ia» been Ihe Irailiti,,,, f„r
len .ve,r«. The ,.„hli.. i»
By Julie Parsons
Sidney Poitier and a host of
British actors star in E. R. Braith
Waite’s To Sir With Love. Poitier
plays the part of Mr. Thackery,
a newly graduate engineer who
takes a teaching position in one
of London’s slum schools to earn
his liv’ing while looking for a bet
ter .job as an engineer.
To Sir With Love is a fair.v tale
telling of a young man’s desire to
make all bad good and the fulfill,
inent of this wish. The movie is a
fairy tale not because of the prob
lenis posed to Jlr. Thaekerv but
because he is able to solve all of
them with such ease.
Mr. Thackery enters his cla.ss of
hoodlums green and .scared, a sit
uation which enables his “stu
dents” to take over. Soon he lose.s
his temper and comes to the reali
zation that they will never use the
information given to them but
will need to know how to survive
III the fight for life. He waves his
magic wand and transposes his
juvenile deliiuiuents into bright
and shining cherubs. hVom here
lie proceeds to answer questions
about life and how to live it
To Sir With Love is a movie for
By Jan Leonard ^
Remember when ... in Jf
High school, senior high %
dream and college was .>a
away, and you believed thahe
school men were the utni%c
maturity. Or, even better, on
you would pine away over .
brother’s fraternity friendSTg
tain that they were in lovfhe
you too. e
And,^ could you ever J'isc
those junior high dances cts
Mother and Daddy took }^h(
7:30 and picked you up at *ve
The teachers would line the lye
nasium vv'alls, watching carhro
for any students who migli^^rl
to hold hands in a shado"',''dj
Of course, there was yout p
an afternoon matiii'nj^
Bambi—when you sat petriH'iio]
your seat, afraid that he '[’ve
to hold your clammy haWoi
Hut, you survived the firstfroi
and were finally ready foiany
first kiss. After many paiall
lences, the special moment
only to be ended by little bro'^
hystmeal shout. “Sis ki>,”
After three years of jiiniot;
school, you were ready for
high and all its excitement,
vv eeks during the summer
you had poured over ina^f
which promised to make
you” who would be certa'^’
snow every boy on the 'f
r AO rv\ .4 ^ .1 .1.1 . « _ /\L'*
team. And then, three wef'''
v-* mtrii, liirPC »V ^
fore your new appearaiira'
bomb was dropped: the
had decided that you .shonll
braces after all. * '
All of the .summer-long
were shattered, for, instea'’ ,*
self-assured smile, you refi'^,.
open your mouth for aiiyon«;,,
only hope for a “new yoij^^
• -.vr* 4 liCVV /
to look forward to the ?
life of COLLEGE!
1. CompuLsory: That th?
building be moved three ^;
from the campus proper! j
2. Needed: Sound-proof;
for fortunate (?) girls
next to acute-eared coiiiis^
J. For .sale: Holt and ‘‘
Kitchens to anyone who l’^'
equipment to make them
■I- M anted: A repeat
ance of last year’s pantie i’*'
all the New Girls. .i||!'
•>. Ijost: Juniors and b’i'^^.|i.''
6. Desired: Dates for
7. Wanted: More single
8. Ix)ved: ???????? .1'
8. Manted: Repeat of I
10. Lost: Light hearts-
11. Found: .New biird‘’"^',f,
12. Wanted: Cold weid'j^'r
1-1. Needed: One elevS'j,
erator—apply to Criiikslif'y
14. Wanted: Bins aii'l bL'
for the rest of the girls id
anyone losing faith in fh'’-' p.
generation or its edin’i* p'
gives one hope for the f“