a
covenant,
a
fire,
and a tangerine bowl
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u IN MEMORIaM
frank R. lock, Professor of Obstetrics and
Gynecology, Bowman Gray School of Medi-
cine. Died October 29, 1979.
charles Sylvester Green (B.A., 1922), Vice
President in charge of Alumni Activities and
Public Relations, 1955–1958. Died January 10,
1980.
Melvin Q. “Molly” layton (B.S., 1947), Su-
perintendent of Grounds (retired since 1977).
Died November 6, 1979.2
colonel Joseph S. terrell Jr., Professor of
Military Science and Tactics (1951–1955). Died
May 17, 1980.
u tHE calENDaR Of EVENtS
From the University Theatre: Shakespeare’s
Two Gentlemen of Verona; Stephen Sond-
heim’s A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to
the Forum; Three Men on a Horse, by John Cecil
Holm and George Abbott; Luigi Pirandello’s Six
Characters in Search of an Author; Noel Cow-
ard’s Hayfever.
From the Artists Series: Ruggiero Ricci, vio-
linist; the Aeolian Chamber Players; the Cana-
dian Brass; the Zurich Chamber Orchestra; and
the North Carolina Symphony, with mezzo-
soprano Beverly Wolff as soloist.
Speeches by baseball great Hank Aaron, news-
paper columnist Jack Anderson, Hodding Carter
III (from the U.S. Department of State), former
President of the United States Gerald Ford,
Congressman from Illinois John Anderson, for-
mer U.S. Senator from Minnesota Eugene Mc-
Carthy (the Carlyle Lecture), and Edmund Fuller,
literary critic of the Wall Street Journal.
Also: a poetry reading by James Dickey; a
one-man show on Dylan Thomas by Welsh
actor Ray Handy; a show by artist Bob Timber-
lake; a two-weeks Artist-in-Residence Pro-
gram with painter Jane Couch; and
performances by Mike Cross, Tavares, The
Atlanta Rhythm Section, and the Atlanta Con-
temporary Dance Company.
To benefit The Student, a marathon reading of
the Sherlock Holmes stories.
A performance in French of Molière’s Le Bour-
geois Gentilhomme, directed by Eva Rodtwitt.
2
See “Groundsman Melvin Layton,” by Russell Brantley, in The Wake Forest Magazine, XXV (Win-
ter 1978), 10; also an obituary notice in The Wake Forest Magazine, XXVI (Autumn 1979), 30.
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