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SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1945
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Recordings To Be
The 'addresses delivered before 'the
joint session of the general assembly
in the hall of the House of Represen
tatives Monday night, January 25, at
a celebration of the 150th anniversary
of the opening of the University, will
be heard: from recordings in Gerrard
hall Monday at 4 p.m.
The addresses were made by Victor
S. Bryant, chairman of the legisla
tive commission on the Sesquicenten-
nial, Governor R. Gregg Cherry,
President Frank P. Graham, and
President Clarence A. Dykstra, of the
Universitv of Wisconsin. President
Dykstra was introduced by Dean R.
B. House. All of the addresses were
recorded, and the address by Governor
Cherry was broadcast by WPTF of
' Members of the faculty, students,
and the public are invited to attend.
- The total time required for hearing
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Stores To Close
To save coal and electricity, . the
stores of Chapel Hill will close at 7
o'clock Saturday nights, beginning
February 3, Carrington Smith, presi
dent of the Merchants'" Association,
Glider Flight Show
Has Been Postponed ;
The Glider flight show which the
Army Air Corps was slated to conduct
at the Horace Williams Airport to
morrow, for CAP members has been
postponed until further notice, Dean
F. F. Bradshaw announced yesterday.
The announcement was originally
made at the CAP meeting on Wednes
day night scheduling the flight for
the above date, but since that date it
has been concelled.
the recordings will be approximately
one hour and forty minutes. The se
quence of addresses and the approxi
mate lengths are as follows: Mr. Bry
ant, 12 minutes, 4:00-4:12; Governor
Cherry, 20 minutes, 4:12-4:32; Presi
dent Graham, 13 minutes, 4:32-4:45;
Dean House; 2 minutes, 4:45-4:47; and
President Dkystra, 53 minutes, 4:47
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and we have a "lovely'
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Children. Old Loves, New
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Pat Hughes, Kay Ferrell, and Sa'm
McEachern served on the program
committee for the meeting. The at
tendance committee was made up of
Emily Aliton, Travis Hunt, Tharon
Young, and Fay Puskin.
Sa'm McEachern presided over the
hour, which closed with the singing
of "Hark the Sound," led by Betty
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McCune Lindsay, Professor Emeritus,
Columbia University. ' .
Included in a statement from the
judges was the following: "In
awarding this signal honor to
Howard Odum, the judges recognize
in him highly distinguished service in
that part of the nation where the
problems of race and of a function
ing democracy are most complex, and
where the social imagination, moral
and , intellectual integrity, the efficiew
and- self-sacrificing effort which he
has exhibited, constitute for our
democratic hopes a sure foundation.'
Dr. Odum will receive the award a
public ceremonies on February 12 a
the Broadway Tabernacle in New
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democracy" in his book "TV A Dem
ocracy on the March," which appeared
in 1944 and emphasises the project as
an example of democratic planning
and action as a means of progress in
' an age of machines and technology by
unified development of resources.
Playmakers To Hold
'. Tryouts for the year's Third Bill of
Experimental Productions will be
held at the Playmaker Theater, Mon
day, January 29 at 4 p.m.
Everyone interested is invited to
try for a part in one or more of the
three one-act plays which are to be
presented Thursday, February 8 at
There will be comic as well as seri
ous parts, for a variety of plays have
been submitted by members of the
playwriting class. Student authors
whose scripts are now being consid
ered for production are Randy Brooks,
Frances Cheshire, Jim Crutchfield,
Ruby Dougan, Hazel Harris, Lib John
son, Ann Osterhout, Shirley Pic, Jane
Grey Sanderlin, Phyllis .Sullivan and
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attract, daily, groups of civilian and
military students and visitors from
Chapel Hill and other towns.
Qf particular interest to students
of sociology and anthropology and to
officers and men in the services as
well as to art lovers, the show will
continue through January 31.
After that date, its sponsors, The
Museum of Modern Art in New York,
will continue to circulate the exhibit
throughout the country.
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man, "Leonardo Bruni and Renais
sance Historiography; Urban T.
Holmes, "The Venetian Embassy to
Paris (1492); C. C. Rice; "Five Por
tuguese Etymologies"; James Howell,
"Typical Confidence Men in Renais
sance and Restoration Drama"; Al
lan H. Gilbert, "The Composition of
Milton's 'Paradise Lost'."
Afternoon Session, 2 p. m.
D. W. Robertson, Jr., "The Concep
tion of Catharsis Most Commonly
Held During the Renaissance"; Mary
Francis Gyles, "Nero Fiddled While
Rome Burned"; Elizabeth Parks, "The
Imagery of Vaughan and Traherne
Compared"; Edith Buchanan, "The
Comic in Spenser"; Almonte C.
Howell, "The Synagogue: A Book of
Poems in the Vein of Herbert"; Wil
liam Wells, "Spenser's 'Muiopot
mos ; r'auhne Wiggins, "The lma
gery - oi "Faradise . .Regained and
'Samson Agonistes' ": Robert B
Sharpe, "Sam Johnson's Execration
and Chapman's Invective"; Lillian
Ardizoni, "Hall's Chronicle as a
Source of Shakespeare's Richard II."
Evening Session, 7:30 p. m.
A symposium on the subject of re
naissances their conditions and
causes, presided over by Professor
Gilbert. Messrs. MacKinney, Coffman,
Friedlaender, Taylor, Holmes, Wells,
Talbert, Howell, and others will par
ticipate. Participation open to the
New Senior Class
The newly-organized senior class
will meet Monday at 5 p. m. in Ger
rard Hall for the purpose of taking
orders for invitations. President
Charlie Hackney announced that this
would be the last opportunity the
seniors would have to secure the
"Conscription Prelude to Power
Politics" will be the subject discussed
on the Carolina Roundtable of the Air
This program, broadcast each Sun
day afternoon at 1 o'clock over sta
tion WRAL, Raleigh, is produced by
the department of Radio Arts of the
University in cooperation with the In
ternational .Relations club and the
Southern Council on International Re
Dean Francis Bradshaw of the
University faculty and Dr. Charles
A. Ellwood, nationally known sociolo
gist, will be the speakers on this week's j
Roundtable. Both men are well quali
fied to take part in such a program.
Dr. Ellwood taught sociology at the
University of Missouri from 1900 to
1930 and ,at Duke University since
1930. He has served, for one year
each, as president of the Sociplogy So
ciety, the International Institute of
Sociology and the International Con
gress of Sociologists. He has also
written many books on the subject of
sociology and religion. '
During the past few months, Dr.
Ellwood has made a series of addresses
in all parts of the nation, opposing a
postwar program of universal mili
The other speaker of the Round
table, Dean Bradshaw, is particularly
well known to University students. He
is now Dean of the "War College and
before the war was Dean of Students.
An outstanding philosopher, Dean
Bradshaw has won national acclaim as
an analytical thinker on all problems
of current events.
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