and a tangerine bowl
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,
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-
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.
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.