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fONIGHT , S PARTY POSTPONED
the party scheduled for this evening has been poatpoled because the "Great Books"
3roup, which meets every other Friday, has a regula47 scheduled meeting tonight.
Student Council took this action to avoid confusion. /mother date for the party will
3ONVOCATION DINNER-DANCE SET FOR JUNE 7; :IAY DAY TO BE MAY 10
the Convocation committee has decided upon Saturday, June 7 ae the date for the
annual Convocation Dinner-Dance. May Day ceremonies are to talce place SaturdaY,
lay 10. In the evening, The May Queen will be honored at the Queen's Ball., The
rain date is May 11.
3 POPEYE" CAUGHT BELOW DECK; RESCUED AFTEI STRE WOUS EFFORTS
Wednesday afternoon from 1:00 until 1:30 Francis Mihalovic, "Popeye", was not
Seen about the Center. He was scheduled for a class. Mhere was "Popeye"? Frantic
Lnvestigation revealed that he was caught below deck with a firmly locked door
)etween him and liberty -- and his class, "Popeye" had become so engrossed in his
?eading in the college library that he was unconsciously carried into some unknown
Land while the,librarian quietly , checked on routine matters and then locked the
mter door of the library. After reading for a half hour "Popeye" suddenly realized
ghat it was time for class. Alas -- he strode to the door, gave its, knob a twist
:,hen a wrench then a heave. I'e was locked in. After much commotion, much running up
lnd down stairs by an unknown rescuer, much hunting of keys. r he was finally freed
Cram "below deck". He made his class -- a little late. The question asked around
lampus that afternoon was: "What -- no spinach?"
,21JIET IS A VIRTUE
Let's see the virtue of quiet when we are in the college library. Others are there
for one particular reason -- to study.
META SIGMA. PI MEETS MARCH 18
lists Sigma Pi has scheduled an important meeting for Tuesday evening, March 18
A 7:30 in the college lounge.
MICHIDS TO THE COLLEGE ARTS SOCIETY AND TO MISS PHILLIPS
:longratulations are in order this week for the College Arts Society and Miss Emma .
sponsors of the film "Don Quixote". At four showings on Wednesday there
ere good crowds. Students in Spanish from Miseracordia, Kings College, and
angston High School drove over to see the Spanish production of this famous
3tory. The success of the film made it more evident than ever that Highacres needs
/ gymnasium -auditorium to accommodate such crowds as are anticipated for the next
)roject of the Arts Society, which will be a French film.
SOUTH HALL 101 CHANGES 4T4OSPHERE
]veryone is commenting on the changed appearance of South 3all 101. The new paint
.n two tones of green has given this classroom that Aoubles as a sort of audi,
corium an altogether different atmosphere. Let's keep this atmosphere intact by
..-efraining from marking the walls. The story behind the atmosphere is that an -
3Xhibition of "modern painting" was held in SlOl last Saturday morning by seven
umbers of the college staff. More such exhibitions are rumored to be coming.
1= LET ON COLEMAN
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