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The C.C.U.N.C. news. (Charlotte, N.C.) 1947-1948, October 01, 1947, Image 3

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Oceober 1, 1947 THE C. C U. N. C. NEWS Page 3 CHARLES C. BERNARD jj Formerly director of The 1 j College Center. j: Bernard Wil! Teach At Chapel Hill ’“I plan to teach as well as study for a Ph.D..” said ^fr. Charles C Bernard, former director of the Charlotte College Center. Mr. Ber nard was sent to Charlotte last year by the Extension Division of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and has since taken up residence here. Mr. Bernard is a graduate of the University of Florida where he majored in history and political science. He graduated in three years and received his M. A. degree at the end of the fourth year. When Bernard came to the col lege center last year, there was no financial provision for extra-cur ricular activities made by the Greater University for the ColIes;e Center; however, because of tho interest of Mr. Bernard many school activities developed. As director, Bernard found that many school activities were neces sary for the College Center to sur vive its first year. Through his tire less efforts, Bernard secured a coach. Art Deremer, for the foot ball team. The College Center also had a basketball team, and early in the spring Mr. Bernard decided that a publication carrying all of the news to the College Center students would be very beneficial in estab lishing school spirit and creating additional interest in the school. The former director’s plans for this year actually began in March 1946 when he returned to Chapel Hill to resume his position in the history department after four years in the armed services. Mr. Bernard will teach political science. In speaking of his plans for the future, Mr. Bernard said, “My main interest and niy plans for the future include the completion of my work for my doctor’s degree and my hope to return to teaching in the near future.” In concluding his conversation with members of tlie staff, Mr. Bernard said, “The University of North Carolina has taken a step forward in providing this oppor tunity for students unable to go to school on regular College campuses. Courses at the College Centers will enable students to earn both fresh man and sophomore credit without losing any time by waiting for ad mission to some other college. SUBSCRIBED TO THE C.CU.N.C. NEWS m MEN'S SHOP .... STREET FLOOR LIFFER GRAFT fine tailoring details you*d never believe possible at these low prices 35 00 and li 00 For ittstunce! The collar of every Ctiplfer Crujt suit or coat hugs the neck, assuring smooth, flawless fit. No uncomfortable bunching under the armpit. Fullness in the sleeves has been skillfully distributed to give roomy comfort. Wonder how Clipper Crafi can give you such topnotch t?iloring and dspsndable all-wool fabrics at such nominal cost? Hare’s how: by concentrating the purchas ing power of 924 leading stores from coast to coast (of which we are one) for sav ings in production and distribution costs. We are proud to give you tne aoiible assurance of quality and value represented by our own name and that of Clipper Craft in the label of your suit. EFIRD’S . . . HEADQUARTERS IN CHARLOTTE FOR “CLIPPER CRAFT” MEN’S SUITS EFIRD'S . MEN'S SHOP STREET hLOOR,

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