North Carolina Newspapers

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■fVOL. XXXI, No. 3
OF ST. MARY’S
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
NOVEMBER 3, 1967
I Opera Singers To Present
,y Program At SMJC
inember.s of one of the
lir etropolitan Regional Touring
tcompanie.s will be the guests of St.
^I'y’s at tlie assembly on No-
■ ^ ®®ber 9. Ijivania
’'i.+ • Rosanna Sear-
‘Rti, contralto ; Giovanni Kieliner,
and Leonard Strebor, bass.
,, "dll do selections from Rigo-
aetto and La Trivita both by
V erdi.
r -p Cadman is a native of
(t ° 1 Wisconsin and at-
' ,®nded the Wisconsin Conserva-
f later studied at La Scala
f n has played Zerlina in Don
! e by Mozart. Rosanna
[ Scarlatti is from Milan, Italy and
I ® "died under a number of Euro-
! masters and had played
! artha from Faust by Gounod be
fore coming to the Met. Mr. Kich-
er IS from Austria but his mother
a star on the Italian opera
• nge. In Norma by Bellini he was
lavis. The bass, Leonard Strebor
trojji Vancouver, British Co-
nnibia and studied at the Smi
Conservatory of Music,
e has performed as Benoit in
uccnii’s La Boheme and as Hans
0 tz ill Wagner’s Die Meister-
tiger von Nurnberg.
d’ouring company is an
ucatioual branch of the new
co^ m traveling around the
uutry to stimulate interest in
opera.
St. Mary’s Student To
Play In NGSU
Orchestra
j,; ,11m first time a St. Mary’s
li '^^^1 play in the North Caro-
jji'J ^tate University Orchestra,
th Cooper of Cliarlotte for
wifi season will play cello
gj.^^|pllm recentlj^ re-established
^ms also ]ilayed with the
tra^^^ ^’ark High School Orches-
d and with the String Orchestra
stoi y ^®"oi'iior’s School in yVin-
v„- ^'”'dem where she majored in
'oiee.
lyijV'^.^late University Orchestra
cp, , its first concert on De-
fi‘oi/*^^> ^ and will play selections
otp„' 'lach, Humperdinck and
Piec^*?' Ri'ou]), composed of 64
another concert
‘mtuue next spring.
SENIOR CLASS NEWS
>n 'f*^ ^miior class is now working
tra project—selling ash-
'Us. 1 here are two stvles, and
«ells for 1^2.00. '
el senior class news, they
ap,. d l^L'. Don Roherts as their
'‘dvisoi.
Debra Drove, Jan Leonard, Minii Smith, Jessica Giiiespic, and liabs Blue.
Seniors Honor Juniors With Annual Halloween
Party
After the annual Halloween
Party held Tuesday, October 31,
it is' easily understood why the
Juniors have been somewhat skep
tical this past week. Maybe a few
are still frightened by the thought
of that Freak House. But Juniors,
do not be dismayed; the eyeballs
were reallv only grapes!
All phases of the party were a
complete success and did achieve
the purpose of helping the Juniors
become acquainted with the Sen
iors Bobbing for apples, sticking
noses in flour looking for money,
and throwing sponges at the stu
dent Government Officers were
just a few of the side attractions.
After exhausting the booths, ev
eryone finally settled down to en
joy Mr. Bell’s refreshments and
the two skits.
The hillbilly skit and the ghost
story kept everyone in laughter
and suspense. Featured in the hill
billy skit were Je.ssica Gillespie,
Babs Blue, Jan Leonard, Naiicj-
Cole, Barbara May, and Mimi
Smith.
Debra Grove was the narrator
for the ghost story.
Mu Cheerleaders Chosen
The athletic field of St. Mary’s
was alive on Wednesday after
noon with the spirited voices of
eleven young ladies cheering their
team on to victory.
Laura Norris, Melissa AYilliam-
son Lillian Janies, Linda Spam,
Julie Badger, Michele Donovan,
and Diane Stockard recently were
chosen to join forces with last
vear’s ilu cheerleaders, who are
Beth Thomson, Jane Marzoni, Tor.
rey Green, and Pris Edwards.
Throughout the year, the new
cheerleaders, along with the old
ones, will support the Mus in all
athletic events, such as basketball,
swimming, tennis, etc.
These girls’ support was evi
denced last Wednesday when the
Mu’s won the first speedball game
of the season.
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......1 Norris, Nloliiula Williamson, liiiula Spain, NllrbelU- Donovan, Julie
‘ * Badger, liillian James.
St. Mary’s In Process Of
Self Study
St. Mary’s Junior College is now
in the process of a self stiid.y pro
gram, first instituted ten years
ago by the Southern A.ssociation
of Colleges and Schools as a
means of reaccrediting its mem
ber schools and colleges. These
programs are required periodical
ly of each member institution and
there is no option. The study will
consist of one long report sub
mitted in writing to the Associa
tion by a Steering Committee and
eight other committees covering
every aspect of St. Mary’s.
Dr. Mable Morrison will be
ebairman of the Steering Commit
tee. Other members of the com
mittee are Mr. Baird, Miss Rich
ardson, Mrs. Dosher, and Mr.
Tate, who will be editor of the
completed report.
This report will be written after
the other committees have submit
ted their reports and the findings
have been carefully considered.
These specialized groups and their
chairmen are: Organization and
Administration — Miss Ellington;
Educational P r o g r a m — Mrs.
Stoops; Financial Resources—Mr.
Roberts; Facult.y — Mrs. Higgins;
Library—Mrs. Noe; Student Per
sonnel—Mrs. Zepp; Physical
Plant — Mrs. Williams; Planning
for Future—Mrs. Fish.
In addition to these committees,
there will be separate depart
mental committees. These groups,
led by chairmen from their de
partments, will study their par
ticular area of instruction and
submit a report. The chairmen
are: Englisli—Mrs. Gunn; Lan
guage—Mrs. Haddon; Social Sci
ence—Mrs. Parker; Science—Dr.
Brown ; Mathematics — Mrs. Mi
chael Smith; Physical Education
— Miss Jones; Drama — Mrs.
Stanley; Art—Mrs. Williams; Mu
sic — Miss Haig; Religion — Mrs.
W. R. Smith.
The final inclusive reiiort will
be submitted to the Southern As
sociation b.v February 15, 1969
and a month later a visiting com
mittee will come to St. Mary’s for
from 3 to 6 days and determine
tlie validity of committee reports.
If the visiting committee ac-
cejits the reports, the school will
receive conformation of accredita
tion. But if the visitors do not find
that their observations and the re
ports concurrent, the accredita
tion will be withheld until such
measures as the Association deems
necessary are taken b.v the school.
The study is, according to the
Associatioiq “to be comprehensive
and institution-wide in character.
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