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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise thursday january it 1974 what Young people think sportswomen deserve equal prizes now to Honor publisher by Nancy Gilbert tact myth service Young people overwhelmingly favor equal prize Money for men and women in sporting events but Arent certain women Are basically As competitive As men according to a recent Survey equal prize Money was favored by 866 per cent of those surveyed Young people said they generally enjoy watching women sporting events and on the question of conv Petit Veness 677 per cent said women Are As competitive As men while 295 per cent Dis agreed and 28 per cent we rent sure among the Young people surveyed 64 per cent said they watched the Billie Jean King versus Bobby Riggs Tennis match women overwhelmingly agreed in their Survey responses that they enjoy watching women sporting events the percentage of men who liked watching women sports was Slighly less reasons for favouring equal prize Money for men and women in sports varied among the same amount of Effort Survey respondents goes into it so therefore the women should not be discriminated against in any area said Fred Schaffer 20 of Youngstown Ohio pay should also be equal added Stan Freeman 16 of Miami Fla it int fair to pay less for Buncg school of music reveals concert plans Greensboro performances of Hansel and Gretel and concerts by the american woodwind quintet the Piedmont chamber orchestra and the Razumovsky string quartet will highlight the second semester schedule of the school of music at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro musical events of the Spring semester will get underway tuesday with a faculty recital by pianist Daniel Ericourt artist in residence and professor in the school of music the performance will begin at p m in Aycock auditorium the majority of the events Are free and All Are open to the Public other events in the series Are As follows Jan 17 Gayle Macarle cello Jac Masarie Horn and Patricia Williams piano faculty recital p m recital Hall Jan 19 North Carolina bandmaster new music clinic 9 a m to 6 p m Aycock auditorium Jan 29 modern jazz quartet master class 3 to 5 p m Curry auditorium feb 3 unc g chorale with members of the unc g symphony orchestra 3 p m Aycock auditorium directed by or Richard Cox the chorale will present a Benefit concert to raise Money for its invited tour of Romania in May feb 5 american woodwind quintet master class 2 4 p m Curry auditorium feb 5 american woodwind quintet p m Curry auditorium the quintet is a chamber orchestra composed of outstanding virtuosos based at Indiana University feb 12 Julie Kohl violin faculty recital p m recital Hall feb 16 Alpha i chapter my Phi Epsilon Musicale pm recital Hall feb 18 Buncg symphony orchestra with the Buncg chorale and symphonic choruses pm Aycock auditorium David Moskovitz and or Richard Cox conducting feb 23 North Carolina inter collegiate choral festival 9 am to 4 pm Aycock auditorium March 3 unc g women glee club 3 p m Cone ballroom the group is conducted by or William Mclver March 5 unc g sinfonia p m recital Hall George Dickieson conductor March 6 Buncg jazz ensemble p m Aycock auditorium conducted by Raymond Gariglio the ensemble will present a concert to Benefit the faculty wives scholarship fund March 7 Inga Borgstrom Morgan piano faculty recital p m recital Hall March 18 Kathryn Eskey Organ faculty him furs cleaned finished glazed Taush recital p m recital Hall March 24 unc cd mens glee club and unc g choir p m Aycock auditorium or Richard Cox conducts the choir and Robert Porco directs the glee club March 25 unc g concert band p m Aycock auditorium Raymond Gariglio conductor april 8 Piedmont chamber orchestra p m Cone ballroom in residence at the North Carolina school of the arts the orchestra is conducted by Nicholas Harsanyi april 12 14 Hansel and Gretel by Humperdinck Aycock auditorium the opera is being presented by the school of music jointly with unc g theatre Rolf Sander is the director april Poindexter Soprano faculty recital p m recital Hall april 18 unc g percussion ensemble p m room 50 music building Annex j Kent Williams conducting april 21 unc g concert band 4 p m Lawn concert april 21 Lindsey Peters Soprano William Mclver Tenor Paul Stewart piano faculty recital p m recital Hall april 25 Razumovsky string quartet p m Cone ballroom april 28 unc g women glee club and unc g symphonic chorus 3 p m first presbyterian Church the wrap coat the swing away coat and knit sweater coat Are Alt big on the fall fashion scene the same amount of work and Effort being put Forth said Brian Malkan 17 of Dallas Tex training to maintain professional status is equally said Martha Picou 18 of Chicago Sam Bol Ivy 19 of Dallas disagreed women sports he said do not bring in the crowds mens sports do the age of discriminating against a woman because of her sex is Over equal pay for equal work in All things not just sports said Ronnie Sher Man 18 of Miami women Are just As Good As men and they try just As hard added Vickie Stevens 19 of Brookline to when asked what they thought about the outcome of the Billie Jean King versus Bobby Riggs Tennis match Young people had a variety of answers Righton said Pattie Novak 19 of Huntington station by its about time Riggs stuck his foot in his Mouth where it belongs she proved that women can be competitive and have Talent they should been courage said Sharon Osga 19 of Norwich Conn Robert Golden 15 said he Felt pretty Good about the outcome of the match women need to show men up once in a while he said in not surprised nor Dis pleased Riggs is an Over the Hill dirty old Man said Steven Lassagne 17 of Boalsburg Paim glad she won because Riggs was bragging too much added Jeff Treutel 15 of Bowdoinham Maine i was glad she won it showed that women can play just As Well if not better than men said Lynn Martin 15 of new Orleans la Bobby got what he wanted Money and publicity it didst matter whether or not he won if Billie Jean haunt beaten him it would have been a bad Day for women said de Bengtson 17 of state College a it was great said Laura shearing 16 of West Burlin ton Iowa Riggs got just what he deserved humiliation Washington mrs Katherin Graham publisher of the Washington Post will be presented with the National Hannah g Solomon award of the National Council of jewish women on Jan 31 the presentation will be made at the closing luncheon of the organizations biennial joint program Institute being held at the Shoreham americana Jan 2831 mrs Graham is being honoured this year for her service to the american Community and its right to know through her efforts to make Public the facts on the Pentagon papers and watergate in announcing the award mrs Eleanor Marvin National president of a cow praised mrs Graham As a distinguished woman whose concerned and courageous stand on Freedom of the press and the Public right to know is fully supported and applauded by a cow the joint program Institute was designed for its members As an extended briefing session on current Public issues and an Opportunity to discuss these concerns with leaders in government and National figures outside of government other noted speakers include John r Coleman president of Haverford College ambassador Simcha Dinitz of Israel Sidney Vincent executive director of the jewish federation of Cleveland congressmen Thomas f Railsback i and John Brade has the National Council of jewish women founded in 1893 is one of the oldest major american jewish women organizations its 100000 members Are committed to a three pronged program of Community service social action and education and working to meet the needs of children women the elderly and the disadvantaged slides of Vietnam highlight meeting mrs Kenneth Mckay showed slides of Vietnam for members of Delta Iota chapter Beta Sigma Phi when they met monday evening in her Home on English Road the pictures were taken by newcomers hear yoga instructor mrs Charles Eddleman presented a program on yoga for the newcomers club on tuesday at the Owca on Gatewood Avenue mrs Eddleman an instructor at the Owca explained the principles which Are Basic to hatha yoga and demonstrated several of the poses which Are used to relax totally the mind and body guests at the meeting were mrs Gene Bohi of Albany by mrs Ray Crowson of South Bend ind mrs a Lohr Raleigh mrs William Martin Atlanta a and mrs George White of Greensboro it was announced that a Coffee will be held in january for new members and prospective members mrs Alvin Cudd won the prize for High score in Bridge which was played prior to the meeting and mrs Ralph Elias won the Canasta prize or Mckay while serving on a tour of duty in that area mrs Bennie Pugh conducted the business session which followed she announced plans for a City Council meeting on wednesday mrs Mckay mrs Bill Chestnut and mrs Erie Smith served As club representatives mrs Joe Wampler ways and Means chairman reported that the chapter will participate in the Spring Bazaar at Westchester mall final plans for the wine and cheese tasting party were Given by mrs Ronny Money social chairman the event will be held Jan 19 at Foxfire clubhouse mrs Pugh led the closing ritual and mrs Mckay and mrs Gary Bannister served refreshments moms foundation garments select from our famous brands of garments bras sizes 34a54c glamorize Playtex Surprise we non real form Williams Flowers Quality Flowers professional service 2017 English re 6134 girdles Cors Lettes panty and regular sizes 34 up to 50 medium Large sure Row form Wintory glamorize and Playtex All garments Are fitted properly by our entire staff for Comfort and a Good figure we fit the hard to fit open Friday night to 8 Stout and slender fashions 112 East Washington of wrapped and tied designed to make the transition from Day to evening a perfect Young fashion package the wrap dress poly knit machine washable 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