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THE TAR HEEL
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1945
1 Scent OTine and Hand-Dipped Bayberry Candles at DANZIGER'S
The ADPi sorority will initiate the
pledges Sunday morning. A party will
be given in honor of the new members
after the ceremony.
Charlotte Carolina Club
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The present shortage of pharmacists in North Carolina may be relieved in the next two or three years if the profession continues to gain in
popularity. Many veterans are among .those entering this field. The new post-war first-year class in the School of Pharmacy at the University,
which is pictured above, has an enrollment believed to be the highest in the history of the school. It has 64 members, 50 men and 14 women.
Almost a fourth of the 1945-46 class is made up of returning veterans whose plans for studying pharmacy after finishing high school were inter
rupted by the call to service. Although the enrollment in the upper cla sses has noi yet returned to pre-war figures, it is higher than that for sev
eral previous years. The upper classes are being augmented daily by veterans who have re-entered to complete their studies and receive degrees.
Charlotte Carolina Club members
are asked to pay their dues to either
Bill Peele at the Delta Psi House on
Cameron Avenue or Ike Belk at the
KA House. Invitations for the annual
dance to be held in Charlotte, Decem
ber 26, have arrived, and members
will be able to secure these bids when
they pay dues.
The International- Relations Club I
will discuss the State Department at
its last meeting of the year Tuesday
at 7;15 p. m. in Roland Parker Lounge
of Graham Memorial. Joe Morris
will present the factual report. The
picture for the Yack will be taken atiigi0Us music at 8 p. m. tomorrow in UIt CV RFTIWNQ
this time. I
Hilda Frances Lawrence, soprano,
Edgar Goold. tenor, and Dr. U. T
Herman G. Baity will give a talk Holmes, bass. The choir is under theldrPPed a?ents in France. These men
on his travels m Brazil at 8 p. m. I Aiwtinn Mr flan T.9mrDn.. I were generally natives who could
Wednesday in the auditorium of the an(j the organist is Miss Durema I easiIy disappear among the people
medical buildme. The talk will be il-1 Wi-to-oT-oirJ I They got up behind the German
lustrated with kodachrome slides. The I I troops before D-Day, blowing up
public is invited. Mr. Baity spent aliniPa I bridges, sabotaging, and organizing
year supervising sanitary installa- I Tomorrow's broadcast of the Stu-1 the Maquis.
tidns for tie Brazilian government I dent Forum on Public Affairs will
while on a war-time leave of absence I feature a discussion on "Open Immi-
from the University school of public I gration to Palestine."
health. I will be Goro Deeb and
horner. Deeb is a native Syrian and roughly resembling bombs.
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;Aue iuuowing xwua , cummiwees tor. He will represent the Arab point j arranged BBC program would call
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Talk On Brazil
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Planes left Algiers in the middle
of the night. They contained weapons,
Participants I food and medical supplies, which
Rabbi Ein-1 were uarachuted dnwn in ront.ainprs
YWCA Committee Meetings
DAILY TAR HEEL
will meet Monday: Race Relations, at Gf view on the topic, and Rabbi Ein
7:15 p. m. in Spencer parlor; Public horner will present the Zionist view,
Relations, 7:30 p. m., Pi Beta Phi
House; Student-Faculty, 7 p. m., Pi
Beta Phi House; Social Service, 7 p.
m., Mclver. The cabinet meets Tues
day at 5 p. m. in the "Y" office.
Hillel Party Tonight
. The Hillel Foundation is giving a
night club party tonight at the Hillel j
the underground out. Such things as
'Robert Likes Black Mulberries" or
dqually insignificant phrases were
Then the plane would fly to an
exact pinpoint of latitude and longi-
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PU board surplus funds to balance the tude- 0nce there they wouId flash the
budget, but the board .explained that identification for the underground. If
last year, publications lost almost two tne rePxy Save any cause lor suspi
thousand dollars and it would hp rm-1 cion, the supplies would not be
House at 7:30. TEP Stanley Colbert l5 to Plan to liquidate the surplus, dropped. A night's work would be
will act as master of ceremonies: lne Doard said the surplus was need- Ior noinmg.
I ed for emergencies. The Germans constantly tried to
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committee. Evelyn Shugar, Helen By the first of the year the board Set wentmcation signals, and ambush
will know just how many students will j crews as well as underground torces.
be enrolled and therefore will be able Tnus the resistance workers had to
to find out just how much money is DUry the parachutes carefully as
to be expected for publications the they dropped to the grounds, as the
next two terms. little fields were called. There was a
Contracts will be made in the near I tremendous number of grounds in
National Poetry Association in Los I future with the Orange Printshop and I Southern France, each one manned by
Angeles that poems of two Carolina J the United Press for operation of the! a well organized local group
students have been accepted for pub- J Daily Tar Heel. The PU board plans J Messages concerning supplies need
lication in the Annual Anthology of j to contract with the United Press for j ed were relayed to Algiers. One day
College Poetry. , These students are j a leased wire service soon. J a message came in for a complete set
Westy U'enhagen, senior from Bal- of baby clothes. The agents wife had
timore, Md., was appointed by the had a new baby.
board as managing editor of the Tar Dr. Wiley was in Avignon briefly
Heel. Fenhagen, a former news edi- trying to clear up work that the
tor and sports editor on the Daily agency had done. Then to Caserta in
to build a coordinated intelligence
for the U. S. comparable to that of
the British, Freifch and Russian gov
ernments. Because we have not had
such a service since the last war, it
was necessary to build one.
Cohen, Ernie Rosenberg, Flo New
man and Richard Mottsman are on
the arrangements committee.
Word has been received from the
Eleanor Craig of Jacksonville, N. C,
and Mary Jean Helm of Grand Rapids,
The choir of the Episcopal Church Tar Heel from 1941-43, is a member Italy from October 1944 to February
will present a program of modern re- of St. Anthony Hall.
Serving North Carolina for 37 Years.
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1945, working on infiltration from
PT boats. Here the OSS work was
not only the landing of men from PT
boats, but also getting behind the
From March to June he was in An-
necy, France, as executive officer of
the OSS detachment there. Their
work at Annecy was the slipping of
agents across the Italian frontier
through the Alps. The OSS was re
sponsible for the surrender of the
German troops in Italy. The early
capitulation saved three weeks and
innumerable American lives.
Major General William "Wild Bill"
Donovan led the OSS. It was his aim
ers. Since the excess profits tax
goes out of effect on January first,
textile manufacturers seem to find
it expedient to delay shipments
until after that date thereby gath
ering what one editorialist calls a
"windfall from taxes." Applying
this principle to the problem at our
doorstep, we find that the Erwin
Mills have little to lose by not pro
ducing between now and January.
Could this explain management's
reluctance to arbitrate?
Pattern Of Tomorrow
The strike in Durham is not
sponsored by labor magnates. It is
led by an infant union with scanty
resources. The union's efforts will
not begin to be effective for an
other month. What happens then
will not be as spectacular as what
happens in Detroit, but it will be as
significant. This is reconversion.
The results of fne Erwin Mills
strike will be an) indicator of the
pattern to be followed in the set
tling of our economic problems.
Dec. 29 Date Set
For Carolina Night
The annual "Carolina Night" at the
Meadowbrook, famous dance resort
outside of New York, will be held this
year on Dec. 29, it was learned here
Talks In Union
Studies Public Health
Doctor L. F. Pierola Machicado of
La Paz, Bolivia will speak in Graham
Memorial next Wednesday night, at
8:30 p.m. He is completing courses
here in the School of Public Health
and is studying English under the
tutorage of Martha Rice, Graham Me
The Institute of Inter-American
Affairs in Washington, D. C, is sup
plying a one-year fellowship for him
to studyand make observations in this
countrjf concerning V-D control and
skin diseases. After completion of
courses here, Dr. Machicado will ob
serve the best clinics and hospitals in
the United States.
His political friends have asked him
to be a candidate for the Presidency
of Bolivia in the 1948 elections. In
Bolivia he is a private physician, a
medical instructor in the University
of La Paz, and a medical journalist for
Dr. Machicado received his aca
demic degree from the University of
La Paz, Bolivia and his medical de-
ptpa frnm fho
Tony Pastor and his band will playf:;"t " 7 "c " VT
. x. . , , .1 sPent some time in England before
r the occasion and a large number ret,, r v.
of Carolina students will probably be Z niw v. C ,
m turned to Bolivia, his country was en
gaged in the Chaco-War against Par
aguay. While serving as an army doc
tor, he was decorated with the distin-
for the occasion and a large number
on hand. Meadowbrook, famed for its
big name bands, is twenty-four min
utes from the heart of New York City.
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tary of the YWCA, reports contribu
tions coming in at $250 per day. The
YWCA and YMCA are sponsoring the
drive which ends today.
A special contribution was made
by the Interfraternity Council this
week. The council voted to give $180,
which is $18 for each fraternity. These
contributions are separate from the
$2 given by each student.
Japan, China and Greece were rep
resented at Lenoir Hall by three
Shizuko Hayaski, American Japa
nese coed from Wapako, Washington,
was dressed in a flowered kimono, and
ong, flowing skirt. The skirt, in fact,
hid, the tiny wooden shoes she wore.
Olive Ann Burns of Atlanta, Ga., I
was so impressive as a Greek student, j
that several thoughtful students I
wanted to introduce her to some' Greek
friends on campus.
Barbara Wyatt of Jacksonville,
Fla., wore a high necked kimono of
&;lk material, and black skirt.
The special night will be two nights guished medal for outstanding
after the Carolina-NYU basketball Cal service.
game in Madison Square Garden on ln 1939. he made his ennA frin
to Europe to study at the Charite Hos
pital in Berlin, where he was when
Hitler announced, the invasion of Po
land. He left Germany the following
day and went to Italy, remaining
there until he could get passage back
Sam Daniels was elected president to Bolivia,
of the freshman class by a 22 vote Likes U. S. A.
margin Thursday. Daniels defeated "I like Chapel Hill very much," he
Joe Leary. Frank Meadows was elect- said, "especially the kind of life for
ed treasurer by a five-vote margin the young people. It is so different
over Billy Carmichael. from that in Bolivia. I also like the
Matt Hodgson, vice-president, and PeoPIe in the U. S." ,
Pat Hole, secretary, were confirmed His lecture Wednesday night, spon-
in an earlier election. The new elec- so(ed b Graham Memorial, will be a
tion was called for by the Student Sfneral discussion of life in Bolivia.
Legislature because the Marines had .
been overlooked in the previous bal- LUL.U oLliAlL
Members of the executive commit- (continued from first page)
tee were elected as follows in order b. 5tanaas nave Deen earned on
of the number of votes they received: a . P ew weekS here' and
Bill Sessions, Jim Wilson, Bill Raker, Iouowmg a meeting of the Women's
Howard Merry, Barbara Cashion, "lieraornuiory council rnursday f-
Ken Merritt, John Surratt, Jack ternoon' was announced that the
Farmer. There were three ties for matter wiU foine P before every coed
ninth and tenth places. They were " '" in maiviauai nouse meet-
Henry Howren, Jut Strickland and mgAS monaay mnt-
Dodge Geoghagen. A fer?up OI Iacu"y members and
leaaers in men s and women's student
government met Thursday night for
a two hour session in Chancellor R. B.
House's office to go over the question
in a general way. No decisions as
Calling all hockey enthusiasts! to any Pssible future action were
Would you like to go out for hockev made as the purpose of the meeting
and help defeat W. C. in the Play Day was merely to discuss the present
Wanna Play Hockey?
to be held Friday, December 14?
state of affairs.
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15 City ln
21 General Arnold
22 Persian elf
24 Animal's boms
Top ot bead
26 City In Germany
31 Short bat meaty
33 Haughty """T
37 Ground moisture
88 Medieval serf
42 Sob (Scot.) ,
43 Night (abbr.)
44 rShlp officers
49 Relate over again
51 Parrot's name ,
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4 Close eyes
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1 Tears In Hat
10 Part of Co acta
10 Wooden plates
19 Framework far
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Jl Work horse gear
23 Needs scratching ,
28 Talk about vainly
29 Flightless bird
30 Large ropes
31 Unit of weight
32 Arch of foot
35 Rise up
40 Roll BP
41 Allowance of
: extra weight
That's what we thought, so come out Ane sutJect has mie before the
o the hockey field Tuesday afternoon uraer 01 tne UoIlen fleece, Valkyries,
from 3-4, and let Mrs. Demerest see ine inceriratermty Council, the House
if you have the stuff to go on the T rmIegfs Board the Women's In-
Carolina team. leraormitory Council and a number of
Tk ti., n " i otner campus groups, in addition to
The Play Day is an annual event, rnaA C,,. . , . , n '
ftl- , . , tn t-oed Senate, which took the first
this time a hockey game and a vol- t j -Ti
iQn t , , , , public stand Tuesday night,
leyball game being scheduled. After . J fe
the trying exercise, a social hour has Graduate Student Officers
ween piauutju, so ii you nave piayea rintu i?.n i j
hockey before and would like to get Df thf Jail f rfSldent
in tri or,Q . Zia f the ?raduate women students at a
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on Tuesday and get in some good
Pi Phi Party
Pi Phi sorority will entertain the
Beta Theta Pi's at a supper party J
meeting neid Wednesday night in
Kenan dormitory. Elizabeth Johnson
was chosen as new representative to
Honor Council, and Sara Ellen Joyce
was elected to House Council.
Advertisements must ho naiM fnr ;n
and turned in at the Tak Heei. business office,
Graham Memorial, by 1 o'clock the day preced
ing ipuuuwuon. f iltv eontn I KHkI Kk inl.
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handled umbrella for my own, j
which was taken by mistake from
the "Y" on December 4th. Bothl
umbrellas similar. See Bea Potter, i
110 Mclver, call 7061.
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quiet background, 7 minutes walk!
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and Garver Economics book, 1 light j
brown raincoat. Articles probably
left in University Cafe. Finder
please contact Ashley Branch, 4
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