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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1945
THE TAR HEEL
University ?Eo Run
CAA Flight School
In Winter Quarter
A course, in primary flight instruc
tion, which would make students eli
gible to take CAA examinations for
a private pilot's license, is being: plan
ned by the University. Under the
plan student pilots may rent Univer
sity owned planes for accumulating
Those interested in either learning
to fly or in renting planes from the
- University, must leave their names
with Mrs. Harrer at the Information
Desk in theIobby of South Building
before 5 p.m. Thursday.
The course to be given during the
winter quarter would consist of 36
hours flight training, half dual and
half solo, and would cost approximate
ly $250., Students under 21 years of
age must have the written permission
of their parents before enrolling.
ADPi sorority entertained the
Duke chapter at a reception Sunday
Battle Dorm Officers
Battle Dormitory has elected Irvin
Chauncey secretary to fill the only
vacancy on. its dorm council. Chaun
cey also represents Battle in the leg
islature. Andy Griffith will continue to
hold the position of dorm president.
All the Town Girls who are going
to the dance at Camp Butner are re
quested to meet in front of. the com
munity center Wednesday at 6:45
There will be a meeting of the
Town Girls' Association Tuesday at
1:30 p. m. in the blue room of the Y.
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, Pettigrew, Old East, Old West (all
used formerly by military units),
Steele and in several dormitories in
the upper and lower quadrangles.
It is not known yet exactly how
many coeds are here this term, but
one more dormitory, Smith, has been
given over to them.
University officials have designated
Whitehead, formerly used by the
Navy, to house married veterans and
their wives, if they have no children.
Married veterans with children may
live in the old infirmary building.
The ATOs are to give a dance
urday night after the Wake Forest
game for the members and their i
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unofficially for Carolina, all finished
between the ninth and thirteenth
The meet was a return engage
ment with the Techmea and the final
score showed an improvement over
the 18-41 total which marked their
first meeting last month. The fact
that only thirty seconds separated
the first and fifth Carolina man
shows that Coach Eanson has built
up a strong first team.
Three more dual meets remain on
the schedule, all of which will be held
at Fetzer Field. After the Duke meet
Wednesday afternoon, State and Vir
ginia will round out the season on
November 17 and December U re
spectively. The latter meet will be
held in, conjunction with the Virginia-Carolina
football game which
will Be a featured part of Homecom
Bob Dodson (C) 20:13; Jack Strait
(C) 20:19; George Harris (C) 20:28; j
Frank Hatch (C) 20:28.1; Bill Walker
(GT) 20:36; Bill Chafin (C) 20:36.1;
Art Lamb (C) 20:43; Bob Bailey (GT)
20:49; O. A. Allen (C) 21:13; Bill
Cutchen (GT) 21:30; J. L. Uptegrove
(GT) 21:37; H. A. Jongedyk (GT)
21:49; W. E. Gross (GT) 23:10.
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ment 145 vards to 94 yards. Carolina
completed four aerials out of 12 at-j
tempts good for 53 yards, while the
Indians completed five in 23 tries for
William and Mary made two scor
ing bids in the third period when Tom
Korczowski, the Indians' running
star, broke loose for a 31-yard jaunt
being hauled down by Voris. But the
drive was halted when Dan Stiegman
intercepted Blanc's pass. Again in
the latter part of the same quarter
the Indians had another scoring op
portunity when Knox Ramsey blocked
Walker's kick and Wright bounced on
the rolling pigskin on Carolina's 10
yard line. Pritchard spilled Blanc for
a two-yard loss and Machiewicz was
stopped by Sid Varney for no gain.
Coach Rube McCray sent in Stan
Magdziak to attempt a field goal, but
the try was short. .
The Tar Heels made a serious
threat midway the fourth quarter as
Norcross intercepted Korczowski's
aerial on Carolina's 45 and trucked
to the Indians 27 before ne was
Sat-iPulled down.' Bob Oliphant drove off
tackle for seven yards, but on three
plays the Tar Heels failed to make a
first down and the ball went over to
William and Mary.
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contests which will be participated
in by representatives of fraternities,
sororities, organizations, or indivi
duals. An entrance of $2.00 will be
charged for each couple.
Prizes will be awarded the winners
and their pictures will be published in
the Yackety Yack and Carolina Mag.
Applicants in the contest must reg
ister with Peggy Jurgensen, Y secre
tary, before Friday morning, Ray Le-
vine, assistant manager of Graham
IRC Radio Forum
The subject for the IRC Radio
Forum Tuesday night at 9:30 over
WDNC is "The Argentine Problem."
Those participating will be Miss
Ethel Trescott Rhodes, Dr. John Cates:
Dr. W. W. Pierson, and Dr. Federico
Cherry Point Visitor
Ben Brewster, a member of St. An
thony Hall, visited the campus this
week-end on leave from Cherry. Point
where he is stationed.
Advertisements must be paid for in advance
and turned in at the Tar Heel business office.
Graham Memorial, by 1 o'clock the day T reced
ing publication. Fifty cents (.50c) each inch
LOST Dark green gabardine of
ficer's blouse in Woollen Gym at
Sadie Hawkins Day dance. Identi
hed by 20th Air Force insignia
and stamped S-9117 on elastic band
inside. REWARD. Call Margaret
Burk at F-3041.
of Carrboro, N. C.
Buys Used Clothing, Hats
If you can't bring them, drop
me a postcard and I will call.
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time for action. The UCP will do its
best to help in the rejuvenation of
the University Club to the end that
it may carry out its pre-war func
tions of developing "Carolina Spirit"
and aiding in new orientation.
2. Now that civilian students are
returning to the campus and the
precedents under which the peace
time University will operate are be
ing met, we should like to see estab
lished in each dormitory a perman
ent, University-financed social room.
Dorm stores should be installed for
the convenience of the residents
and the benefit of the self-help stu
dents who would operate them as
soon as adequate merchandise is
available. The UCP reiterates its
belief that the University should
immediately declare its permanent
policy to be to put no more than
two persons in dormitory rooms.
9. With the return to a peacetime
University peacetime entertainment
standards should return. The United
Carolina Party commends the new
Graham Memorial Manager for the
program she is initiating and pledg
es its member! who may serve by
virtue of their offices as members
of the Board of Directors of Gra
ham Memorial to an expanded stu
dent activity and entertainment pro
gram. In addition, we favor and
will support and encourage the
growth of new organizations on
campus designed to stimulate stu
dent recreational activity.
10. The United Carolina Party
endorses the proposed campus con
stitution as outlined in the Tar Heel
and strongly favors the adoption of
the constitution at the earliest pos
There's only, one other thing we
wish to add to this platform: we
mean every word of it, and, given
the opportunity, we will do our best
to achieve the goals set forth here
in; Chemistry Department Smoker
The annual Chemistry Department
smoker will be held Wednesday eve
ning at 8 o'clock. AH men taking
chemistry are invited to assemble in
the chemistry library for the program
sponsored by Alpha Chi Sigma, na
tional chemical fraternity.
and Other Brands
Prices 2.98 to
We have a large selection of shoes
for women and children and bed
room shoes for the whole family.
BILL WALKER, who is running
on an independent ticket for presi
dent of the student body. The elec
tions for this and other campus
posts will be held Thursday.
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The freshmen were organized once.
Nothing has been done about the
sophomores, juniors and seniors
except when it's time for a senior
to graduate . . . . They promised
to organize class honor councils.
Long time no see .... They also
promised us a more adequate en
tertainment program for the cam
pus with an early return to Sun
day night sessions and one major,
worth-while entertainment every
semester. This past term we had a
man who for some reason has
learned to play a piano with gloves
on ... . They promised a reduction
in the fee that students pay the
Debate Council. The fee in April
was fifty cents; in November, fifty
cents .... Plank number eight was
a promise of a joint student-faculty
committee to discuss faculty
rulings that might affect the entire
student body. This committee would
have been- of great value on Dean
J Opposite Post Office Corner
Graham To Feature Opening
Of Vocational Meet Monday
Interviews to Be Offered Students
With Experienced Men in All Fields
President Frank P. Graham will open a three-day vocational conference
schXed for November 19-21 with an address on vocat.on d opportunity
for women at 5 o'clock Monday afternoon, Nov. 19, at Hill Ilall.
The coming conference is sponsored by the Office of the V, omen s oca
tional Adviser, and interviews with experienced men and women in many
tionai sfields will be offered to all students.
Old West Officers
Officers elected in Old West Donni
tory are Jack Gale, president; Bill
TT.vhf vice-Dresident: Farrel Potts,
representative to the legislature;
Dick Johnson, athletic manager; and
Bill Lamkin, floor counselor.
The University Club will meet to-
nisrht at 7 p. m. in Horace Williams
Lounge to elect officers.
Stacy's ruling about coeds in frat
dining rooms. We didn't have it
.... They promised us a modified
physical education program. It has
been modified. Jack Lackey spoke
on the subject in the Di Senate and
went to see some people in South
Building .... They promised the
reorganization of the Monogram
Club, and they dood it ... . They
promised a general improvement
an the appearance of the campus.
Haven't seen a great deal of
That's the story. That's the past
record. The platform this time is
just about the same old thing. They
evidently think that it is a good
one. It is. They won with it in April,
and it hasn't been used very much
during the time since the last election.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Fritz Reiner, Musical Director
Page Auditorium (Duke University)
Monday Evening, November 26 at 8:30 O'clock
Tickets: $2.01, $2.50 and $300 (Including Tax)
On Sale: Room 201, Men's Union Telephone Durham
F-131 Ext. 270
For reservations, write J. Foster Barnes, Duke
University, Durham, N. C,
: Have a Limited Supply of
Christmas Merchandise Including:
Group conferences have been sche
duled for Tuesday and Wednesday af
ternoons, Nov. 20 and 21, when stu
dents can get information about op
portunities in particular fields, as well
as about courses needed for the vari
ous professions. These conferences
have been set for 2, 3 and 4 p.m. on
these two days, meetings to be held in
the Sunday School rooms of the Meth
Cards have been sent out to coeds
so that they might schedule inter
views. Out-of-town authorities to be
here for the conference include Mis3
Alice M. Eckhoff, of New York City,
a member of the personnel department
of Eastern Airlines, and Miss Char
lotte Lawrence, Duke University,
YWCA director in Durham.
Interviewers in practically all vo
cational fields will be on hand to talk
to any interested students, men or wo-
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men. Most oi tnese are aumoniies on
the University faculty.
The committee in charge of the com
ing conference includes Miss Kathryn
Cook, vocational adviser to women,
and Harriet Clark, Sally Robertson,
Emma Lee Rhyne and Linda Cobb.
The YWCA Cabinet will meet Tues
day night in the Cabinet Room.