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"yfficial Charlotte College Student Publiccttion-
Volume 16, Number 4
CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA
The student council is erect
ing roadblocks against free
wheeling drivers at Charlotte
Beginning with the second
semester, all cars will have to
And drivers must obey park
The decision to put some
rules into effect was reached
at the October meeting of the
student council. The council
abo established a traffic coun-
mittee to publicize and enforce
Proposed rules are;
1. Student-parking in the rear
of the Science - Engineering
Building constitutes a viola
(2) Parking in the bus lane
bv anvone will constitute a
(^) Parkine along the rtrlve
will constitute a violation.
(4) All oars will have to
be registered at a time to
"Parking in the bus lane and
faculty’s parking area behind
the Science-Engineering Build
ing has posed the main prob
lem.” said Dr. Herbert Hichon-
bleikner, advisor to the traffic
Registered cars will have a
decal posted on the windshield.
Violations will result in fines.
The probable fine schedule:
$1 for the first violation. A
similar amount for the next
Traffic Committee Chairman
Clinton Canaday said, “The
fine may be stiffer. Students
persisting in violating the rules
—three or more times—prob
ably will not be permitted to
bring their cars on campus.”
“The faculty has agreed to
stand behind the committee by
withholding the grades of a
violator, if such an action be
“And, if necessary, suspen
sion from school will be con
In a recent interview. Dr.
Hechenbleikner said. “The sit
uation has improved since the
student council’s decision. The
committee hopes it will con
tinue to improve so that fines
will not be necessary.”
Ronald Greene has donated a
color ch^ilk drawing of the Char
lotte College camous to Dr. Bon-
ri^ E. Cone, president.
Ronnie is a nineteen year old
soohomore who is also a star
center on the basketball team
He has been drawing most of
his life, but just recentlv began
experimenting with chalk. H e
has had some art training in
Christmas Dance Queen
To Be Named Saturday
Don’t sound the trumpet now, but we have seven po
tential queens right here on the Charlotte College campus.
And one of the seven will be crowned queen of the Christ
mas dance Saturday night, Dec. 16.
The seven candidates for the crown are: Barbara
Blythe, Carol Holden, Brenda Long, Connie Marley,
Linda Mayhew. Flo Morrow, and Mary Sadler.
They were chosen in a student body election on
Dec. 4 and 5. The Social Committee wiU select from the
seven candidates a queen.
The Christmas Dance, an annual event, will be held
this year at Veteran’s Center at 1019 E. Morehead St.
from 9 p.m. until midnight.
Emcee Kapp Smith will introduce each of the seven
candidates. They will form a semi-circle in front of the
throne. Smith will then announce the Queen of the
Christmas Dance. A bouquet of roses will be presented
to her, and she will be escorted to the throne to be
crowned. The queen will reign over the festivities of
the evening with her six attendants.
The queen and attendants will be escorted to the
stage by several “tall, handsome” boys. After the queen’s
coronation, the escorts will dance with their partners.
Music for the Christmas Dance will be provided by
Neil Griffin and the Music Makers. Entertainment in
honor of the queen will be provided by several Charlotte
Refreshments will be served during intermission.
There will be no admission charge. The dance is one of
the items covered by the Student Activities Fee.
The Christmas Dance is being planned by the Social
Committee, of which Flo Morrow is chairman. The com
mittee has pointed out that no alcohotic beverages will be
permitted at the dance.
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