MOREHOUSE COLLEGE GLEE CLUB . v r * i. . J, _<.*'• n —Composed of 45 Male Students Glee Chib cm He* JMardi 18 By Teresa Simmons Post Staff Writer Morehouse College is one with a standard of excel lence. That la only one aspect of the college alum ni like Sam Young, presi dent of the local alumni chapter, would like to re veal to potential students. - The Metrollna More-, house Club in presenting the Morehouse College Glee Club in concert next month, wishes to inform high school students about the high standards of the prestigious college. The Morehouse College Glee Club, composed of shout 4S gentlemen, will perform at T|un., Marches. st First Baptist Church West, 1801 Oaklawn Aven Intemational Women’s Day Cefefcration Set international Women’s Day wants you to help them And the "Woman of the Year.” They are looking faf a working class woman, , oa# who has not been pre viously recognised far the port she has played in community. The award «I1 be presented at the ternational Women’s Day celebration on Satur day, March 10, at the Trade Street YWCA. Send your nomination and a brief re sume by February 25 to: International Womeh’s Day Committee, P. O. Box 31(01, Charlotte, N.C. 28331 or can 385-0<S7 (before 9 a m.) or 333-1935 (leave a message ootape) . International Women’s Day ia a celebration hon oring women of aO na tionalities and thler con tributions to the struggle for* peace, Justice and equality around the world. This year’s Charlotte cele bration ia entitled “Karen SOkwoodDay: A Tribute to Working Women,’’ in me mory of a working wo man who discovered the conditions in her plutonium plant were dangerous to the workers. Her story in spired the current Holly wood film, "SUkwood” now playing Ha Charlotte. Sara Nelson of Karen SUkwood Fund and chief organiser in the SUkwood case will be the special guest speaker. More information is forth coming. on March 8, two, thou sands of women from New York’s garment ««h tex tile industries walked off the job detnanthng better warning conditions and an k sod to child labor and the right to role. Tbeir mi litant action for equality lad to the recognition of March tth as International Woman's Day throughout me worm Coll this number 3760496 to report a missing paper, substandard delivery service, to start weekly home delivery* etc.-^fe 1 MMMmaBenssnMsoanahHM . *ac> •' '?* U. ue. Admission is $5. "This is our principal recruitment drive,” Young expressed, “We would like for more students from this area to attend Morehouse. By bringing the Morehouse College Glee Club to Char lotte this will give high school students the op portunity to meet students of Morehouse. The special guest at the concert will be other young men who at tend the recruitment drive. The Morehouse College Glee Club has performed two previous years in Charlotte during programs sponsored by the Charlotte Alumni Chapter. The mem bers have also performed in Orlando, Florida, at South Carolina State Col lege and Morris Brown AME Church in Charles ton, S.C. In April the Morehouse Glee Club gave a concert for the^ Rockefeller Foun dation Board of Trustees Dinner. The Club has per formed two tours; their usual spring tour covered MOO miles and included .cities such as Detroit and New York City. The West Coast tour took place May 13-20 just prior to Com mencement and allowed members to see Los An geles, San Francisco and other cities as well. While a member of the Morehouse College Glee Club, Young remembers singing at the eulogy of Rev. Dr. Martin Cuther King, Jr. and thinks highly not only of the Glee Club, but of the college itself. Morehouse led all pre dominantly black colleges in the percentage of Ph.D.’s on faculty; it leads all predominantly black four-year colleges in the number of alumni who have earned Ph.D., M.D., —DtD.S., J.D. and-M.B.A. degrees, and it leads all predominantly black four year colleges in the num ber of alumni who have become physicians, den tists, lawyers and college presidents. Officers of the Metrolina Morehouse Club Charlotte Alumni Association in clude president, Sam Young; vice president, J. Eugene Alexander; secre tary Virgil Hudson and treasurer, Dr. Robert Vaughn. ' • Thomas Moore .Childhood educator Thomas Moore To Deivcr Thomas Moore, noted early childhood educator, musician, recording artist and author, will deliver the keynote address for the Bay Area Association for the Education of Young Children (AEYC) in Cor pus Christi^Texas,^ May . -fr His invitation resulted from his keynote address to the Texas AEYC in San Antonio in October, 1983. 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