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Faces In The News
ADMIRAL O. B. HARDISON will
be the main speaker for the stream
lined graduation exercises which are
scheduled to take place February 24
at Memorial hall.
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'JEAN LA SALLE, vivacious vocal
ist with the Lucas orchestra, will ap
pear Friday night with the band to
do her share with her popular lyrical
CLYDE' LUCAS, popular band
leader will front the band for the
topnotch Tri-Service dance set for
Friday night this week. The dance is
frp to the entire campus.
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TUESDAY, FEB. 20:
9:00 A.M. Exam.
"7:00 ExAU 10:00 A.M. classes scheduled on a T-Th-S or a T and
Th basis. ' - s
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21: hednled on a M-W-F or a M-F
AJM. Exam. aii uw
and F basis
. Exam.-All 11:00 A.M. classes scheduled on a T-Th-S or a T and
THURSDAY, FEB. 22:
and F basis.
2:00 P.M. Exam.-All 12:00
Hf and r Dasis.
2:00 P31. Exam.-All 8:00 A.M.
q a Tit Tin AY. FEB. 17:
1:45 P.M. All other finale
AH sections of Psychology PS 1 at 4:15.
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I Hierhlierhtine' th Ha
jment of the current' semester will be
a dance Friday night from' 8:30 to
12:30 sponsored by the Navy Welfare
board at which time Carolina students
will get their first peep at a name band
since last spring's German club func
Clyde L.ucas and his nation-wide
famous orchestra along with glamor
ous jean La Salle, talented vocalists,
will give out the latest in jive and waltz
A Tri-Service dance financed by sub
sidization from the Navy Welfare
board; the ROTC, V-12 and Marines
have invited the entire faculty and stu
dent body as their guests for the even
ing. There will be no admision charge.
Last national band at a Carolina
function was Don Redmond with Sister
Thorpe who played" for the German
Club hop. There was some dispute at
the time about the hiring of a name
band to play at Carolina because of
a Legislative ruling on dance expendi
tures, but the dance Friday does not
come under the Legislature's jurisdic
tion. Major J. W. Marshall, Lieut. W. E.
Durin, and Lieut. J. D. Hill sire plan
ning the . affair. The dance will be
chaperoned bythe military" officers of
the service units here and their wives.
Lucas plays the trombone while
fronting his musical group which has
been steadily climbing the road to
fame. His was the first band to play
a four weeks stand at the Paramount
Theatre in New York city which was
followed by a six month engagement
at the New Yorker hotel.
First organized as the "California
Dons", Clyde and his brother decided
to change with the trend of the times,
this they did and the result was "Clyde
Luca,s Orchestra" a musical group
which has played over every network
and has made six movie shorts. . . .
the one which will stage the musical
entertainment Friday night.
Dean Mackie Lists
14 New Pledges
Dean of Men E. L. Mackie an
nounced a list of 14 men pledged to
Greek letter fraternities since the
ending of the rush week period of
January 4 and 5.
The list of men and their respec
tive fraternities as released by Dean
Mackie is as follows: Alpha Tau
Omega Clyde Loranz Groover; Delta
Kappa Epsilon Warren Courtney
Randall; Pi Kappa Alpha Wallace
Eric Howe, Thomas Vernon Newlin,
William Jenkins Marsh.
note at end of schedule.)
M-W-F or a M-F
a T-Th-S or a T and
-All 10 :00 A.M. classes scheduled on a M-W-F or a M-F
scheduled on a M-W-F or a M-F
Noon classes scheduled on a T-Th-S or a T and
M-W-F or a M-F
classes scheduled on a T-Th-S or a T and
xaminations which are not provided for in the
Serving Civilian and
CHAPEL HILL, N. C TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1945
Taps New Men
Begins 42nd Year ;
In the 42nd impressive tapping
ceremony at Memorial nail buncay
night the Order of the Golden Fleece
selected seven members from the stu
dent body who have displayed out
standing leadership and cooperation
in student government to join its
It was also revealed that Turk New-
some, ws named tne Jason, trie title
of the head man in the Golden Fleece.
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The men selected for . this ho,nor
were: i;ick Jb ord, tsiil McJNeely, Liaurie
Hooper, Jenks Tripp, Ed Emack, Bill
Crisp and Douglas Hunt.
The tapping ceremonies are recog
nized on the campus as an impressive
and mystic affair. At the beginning
of the service the auditorium is
plunged into complete darkness except
for the organist who begins the cere
mony with solemn music. Then the
curtains are drawn aside and two
spotlights light up the Golden Fleece
Symbol. A gong is sounded and a
voice resounds over the speaking sys
tem and gives the legend of the Gold
After the legend has been given the
spotlights are flashed on two hooded
members of the Golden Fleece who
make their entrance and begin tapping
the selected members.
Each of the members are tapped sep
arately with an interval between each
tapping, during which time the two
hooded tappers walk between the rows,
of the auditorium.
There are four old members of the
Golden Fleece who are still attending
the University. They are Harvey
White, Denny Hammond," Charley
Frank Benbow and Turk Newsome.
To Appear Here
The American Ballad Singers will
appear Thursday night at 8:30 in Me
morial Hall, as the final program of
the Student Entertainment Series for
this semester. Student Entertainment
Tickets are good for admission at' the
The Ballad Singers have been con
sistently popular on American Cam
puses, especially at men's colleges and
clubs. Indications are that Carolina
will be no exception.
The group is composed of Helen
Stanton, contralto, Lester German,
tenor, Jack de Merchant, baritone,
Earl Waldo, bass, Helen, Yorke, and
Hilda Morse, sopranos.
Seated around a table they will pre
sent songs of lumberjacks, cotton-
pickers, love songs and other songs of
Elie Siegmeister is director.
The senior invitations for February
24 graduation exercises will be avail
able today and Wednesday at the Y.
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Military Students at UNC
As Sales Meadi
The Way They Stand
"MisX," Law School :
Lib 5lace,' Sigma Alpha Epsilon .
Mary- Hill Gaston, Kappa Alpha ..
Marky Parsons, Pi Kappa Alpha
Mochie Morton, Delta Kappa Epsilon
Nancy KennickelL CICA T-
Twig Branch, Sigma Nu ' -
Lou Hull, Alderman 1 :
Winkie White, Delta Delta Delta-Alpha Tau Omega
Linda Williams, Phi Gamma Delta .'.
Tommy Thomas, Carr-Phi Kappa Sigma 1
Natalie Harrison, Chi Psi '. .
Jeff Foster,- Chi Omega
Betty Lou Cypert, Kappa Sigma-Pi Beta Phi
Anne Geoghegan, Zeta Psi
Patty Harry, Alpha Delta Pi r :.
Terry King, A. T. and Q. Club
Bernice Haithcock, Town Girls
Bunny Flowers, Sigma Chi .
Gennie Freeman, Spencer
Phyllis Ganey, Phi Delta Theta
Shirley Hartzell, Tar Heel
Beezie Russell, Yackety Yack-Carolina
Pee Dee Herndon, Phi Kappa Sigma - 353
Barbara Pennington, Theta Psi Epsilon 138
Mary Jane Lloyd, Phi Kappa Sigma
TOTAL SALES .. -
Director Lanier Announces
Changes In Registering Plan
Mr. Edwin S. Lanier, director ofS
central records, announced last night
that a new method will be used for
registering for the coming semester.
In registering for the present se
mester students were allowed to take
advantage of a preregistration period
before they went home for their va
cation .period. This method, has been
abandoned by the administration be
cause it was an added cost of opera
tion and too many of the students did
not take advantage of the opportunity
to register early.
The following methods will be used
in registering for the next semester (
in order to save time. i
Tomorrow printed class schedules
for the spring semester will be avail
able for students at the information
booth in South building. All students
who plan to return1 for the semester
should get one of these schedules and
examine it carefully.
Students are urged, after examin
ing the schedule, to consult their facul
ty advisers on what courses they shoulu
Mr. Lanier emphasised that this
conference with faculty advisers was
a necesary procedure in order to save
time and confusion at registration.
Each adviser will give the student a
card containing the courses for which
the student should register.
Registration for spring semester
will be in Woollen gymnasium on Mon
day, March 5 and Tuesday, March 6.
A student may register either of
these two days, but one who waits
until Tuesday may npt have any
choice of hours and section num
bers. Mr. Lanier also announced that the
grades for the present semester will
be sent out from South Building with
in a week after examinations. These
grades should reach the individual
student's home about March 1.
Nominations for senior class of
ficers for the June class must be
turned in by Thursday, February
16, to a member of the Elections
committee, who will be in the Y
from 3 to 5 p. m., Ed Gaither,
chairman of the committee, has an
' Any civilian undergraduate who
will receive a diploma' in June,
1945, or any serviceman who will
be awarded a certificate at that
time, if eligible for nomination.
Nominations must be written and
signed by the person making the
nomination who must ' also be a
member of the graduating class.
Details of the election, sched
uled for Thursday, March 15, will
be announced later.
Editorial: F-Jlll. Newi: F-JM4.
Dance Friday Wight
Blue Quiz Books
The Tar Heel . receives some, very
interesting mail at times and a card
sent to the office from an old Carolina
man who is now with the Navy at
Duke University ranks at the top of
For his opening lines on a Duke
postcard dated February 9, 1945, the
Tar Heel wrote thusly: "I used to be
at UNC (for a year) so I got a little
spirit that has not yet died away."
Then he started his notes:
"Why in the did you students
give tne siren bacK: mats a gooa
question too, but that is not the im
Exam blue books have been miss
ing from the "Y" bookstore for
some time now, everyone knows. Our
correspondent enlightened us on a
very interesting point when he stated
that UNC blue books were all over
the Duke campus. Duke ran out of
the books and were able to purchase
Carolina quiz books and the local
Book Ex has had them ordered for
"oh so long."
To Match Wits
"Geopolitik: Land Power vs. Sea
Power in the Post-War World," is to
be discussed at a forum sponsored by
the Philosophy Department tonight
at 8 o'clock in the main lounge at
Main speaker is Dr. S. T. Emory,
professor of geography, who has
been carrying on special study in geo
politics, the recently, developed field
which applies geographical principles
to questions of world politics. He will
present and explain two rival views
of national power which will exert
great influence on future conditions of
peace and war.
Dean F. F. Bradshaw will preside
over the panel which also includes Dr.
J. L. Godfrey, History Department;
Dr. L. O.- Kattsoff, Philosophy De
partment; Dr. R. B. Vance, Sociology
Department, and Dr., E. J.- Woodhouse,
Political Science Department.
Everyone is invited to attend the
forum, the first in a series in which
the Philosophy Department has
planned to show the importance of
recent discoveries in various fields for
the world order.
This issue of the Tar Heel will be
the last of the winter term. The next
issue will be March 10.
NUMBER SW 56
Miss "X" Hits
Top Of Ladder
In Vote Polls
Dance To End
To Collect Bonds
Sales of $40,572, far overshooting
the $25,000 goal, have been totaled so
far in the campus-wide bond drive
ending tomorrow and climaxing Sat
urday night in the mammoth Victory
Dance in Woollen Gymnasium from 9
till 12 o'clock.
The mysterious "Miss X" sponsored
by the Law School gained over 80,000
votes this week to put herself in first
place in the race for the title "Miss
Victory," replacing Mary Hill Gaston,
Kappa Alpha's entry, who has held
the lead almost since the beginning
of the contest January 15.
Gaston goes to third place this week,
behind Lib Mace, sponsored by Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, who came up only last
week from bottom place in a field of
"Miss X" leads with 101,555 votes.
Mace has 59,272 and Gaston 40,092.
Winner in the race will be announced
and crowned Saturday night. Until
then both the identity of "Miss X" and
of the winning coed, the "Miss Vic
tory" of 1945, will remain secret.
Other contestants high in the run
ning in the last tabulation, made Sat
urday, are Marky Parsons, sponsored
by Pi Kappa Alpha, fourth with 20,
527 votes, and Mochie Morton, Delta
Kappa Epsilon's entry, fifth with 26,-
224. Nancy Kennickell, sponsored by
CICA, remains in the upper brackets.
holding sixth place with 22,990 votes.
Plans have been completed for the
Victory Dance by dance chairmen
Fran Cely and Faye Pushkin. Fred
die Johnson and his orchestra will fur
nish the music, and Harvey White
will be master of ceremonies. Bob
Wadsworth is in charge of decora
Tickets are on sale in the Y, price
of admission being $1.00 in war
stamps, stag or drag. Tomorrow will
be the last day they will be sold at the
Y, where purchase will entitle the
voter to 10 votes for a "Miss Victory"
contestant, but they will also be on
sale at the door Saturday night. .
The dance will be semi-formal, and
decorations will be in the patriotic
Feature of the evening will be the
figure made up of all 26 coeds in the
contest, each wearing white and carry
ing flowers. They will form in the
shape of a V, and only then will the
winners and two runners-up be an
nounced. "Miss Victory" will be
crowned as the climax of the month
Master of Ceremonies White will
conduct a raffle of merchandise con
tributed by Chapel Hill merchants, to
be auctioned oft to the highest stamp
or bond bidders. Bonds and stamps
will be sold at a special booth manned
by Postmaster W. S. Hogan and his
staff, and war stamp corsages will also
be sold, at 25 and 50 cents each.
Coeds To Hear
'Mrs. Barton Myers of Norfolk,
Virginia will be the speaker at the
February Co-Ed Hour at 5 o'clock to
day in Memorial Hall.
Mrs. Myers will give a make-up
demonstration and a talk on "Optical
Illusions". She will show how good
grooming affects the personality and
thus contributes toward more ade
quate business relationships. This pro
gram will be sponsored by the Voca
tional Bureau, the Dean of Women's
Office and the Women's Senate.
Following Mrs. Myers' demonstra
tion, co-eds will be given an oportunity
to schedule appointments for indi
vidual make-ups which will be held
in Graham Memorial Wednesday and