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Vol. 1—No. 38 U. S. Navy Pre-Flight School, Chapel Hill, N. C. Saturday, June 12, 1943 Freeman Draws Various Sports Don Freeman, pictured above, who is being sent to the various activities of Naval Aviation through cooperation of the As sociated American Artists and the Navy Department, spent last week here making sketches and paintings of the cadets engaged in the Pre-Flight Training Pro gram. Mr. Freeman is an old friend of William Saroyan, and did the sketches which illustrate that au thor’s latest book, “The Human Comedy.” He has done much drama illustration work for the New York Times. While here Mr. Freeman found subject matter for several can vases. He observed the various sports activities, military drill, and academic classes in which the cadets participate. Some of the pictures done here See FREEMAN, va-ffe U 20 New Officers Report Aboard Twenty new officers reported for duty aboard this station during the past week. They are: Ens. Theodore Wayne Arnold, USNR, platoon officer; Ens. John C. Busby, Jr., USNR, assistant dis bursing officer; Ens. Russell K. Doan, USNR, platoon officer; Lt. (jg) Finn B. Eriksen, USNR, platoon officer; Lieut. William R. Fisher, USNR, nomenclature and recognition; Lt. (jg) Eugene De- Armit Forker, USNR, platoon of ficer; Lt. (jg) Thomas A. Gor man, USNR, platoon officer; Lt. (jg) William Howard Grimberg, USNR, platoon officer; Ens. Wil liam A. Hedtke, USNR, mass ex ercise; Ens. Harold Eugene Hick man, USNR, swimming. See NEW OFFICERS, page A Lt. Comdr. Frank H. Wickhorst, USNR, one of the all-time ath letic stars of the United States Naval Academy, has been appoint ed Officer in Charge of the Naval Aviation Pre-Flight Training Pro gram, succeeding Comdr. Thomas J. Hamilton, USN, who has been ordered to duty at sea. Assistant to Comdr. Hamilton since the training program began, Lt. Comdr. Wickhorst aided the former in drawing up plans for the Pre-Flight Schools and the organization which handles the entire physical training program for Naval Aviation cadets. The new chief of the physical training program has engaged in athletics most of his life. After playing on the freshman football team of the University of Illinois in 1922 with Red Grange and Earl Britton, he transferred to the Na- See NEW HEAD, page U Next Cadet Dance To Be Held June 19 The next dance for the regiment of cadets is scheduled for Satur day, June 19, in Woollen gymna sium. Jive and swing music for the occasion will be furnished by the popular Pre-Flight band. Starting time for the affair will be 2030, while the last dance will end at 2315. Taps will be at 2400. Bowman Gray Pool Place to Cool Off ‘Come On In—The Water’s Fine.’ Bowman Gray pool will be open to Naval Personnel, members of the university faculty, and towns people during the first term of summer school, starting June 14th. Hours will be; 11:10-11:50—Monday through Saturday, children only. 5:30-7:30 — Monday through Friday, adults and university stu dents only. 4:30-6:00—Saturday. 2:00-5:30—Sunday. Admission will be by tickets which may be purchased at the Cashier’s Office of the University, located in the basement of South Building. The fee is $1.00 for children and $2.00 for adults. Tickets will be valid for the first term of Summer School only, and purchasers are required to pass a physical examination by a medical officer or civilian phy sician, who will sign and date the ticket. Movie Schedule June 12—Free movie at Village Theatre, “Whistling in Dixie” with Red Skelton and Ann Rutherford. Feature starts at 1555, 1940 and 2104. Complete show 1 hour, 24 minutes. June 13—Free movie at Village Theatre, “The Powers Girl” with Ann Shirley and George Murphy. Feature starts at 1320 and 1505. Complete show 1 hour, 43 minutes. Artist Sketches Pre-Flight Training Program Lt. Comdr. Frank Wickhorst, USNR, New Pre-Flight Head

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