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THE TAR HEEI
Tuesday, July 10, 1951
"THE HEAVENS TONIGHT"
Sat. 3 P.M. Sun. 3 & 4 P.M.
Adults .50 Children .18
Advance Reservations Ac
ceptedTicket Office Open
10 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Week Ends French Activities
To conclude its summer pro
gram, La Miason Francaise will
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present a schedule this week
which reaches its climax in the
annual Bastille Day Banquet
Tonight Mme. Yette Rhyne will
entertain French House residents
with a vocal presentation of tra
ditional French songs and of
readings from the poetry of
Charles Peguy. Her accompanist
will be Max Lindsay.
A discussion of French litera
ture by Dr. Alfred angstrom oi
the University French depart
ment will highlight the House's
Thursday activities. In the case
of this program, as all others of
the House, anyone interested in
and able to speak French is in
vited to attend.
Friday evening the members
of the House will present a re
The Bastille Day Banquet Sa
turday evening will have as guest
of honor M. Henri Ruffin of the
French consulate in Washington.
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are Gordon Gray, UNC president;
W. W. Pierson, graduate school
dean; Lee Roy Wells Armstrong,
director of admissions; Arch T.
Allen, secretary of the board of
trustees; Guy Phillips, director of
the summer school session; R. B
House, chancellor; and the Uni
versity, a body incorporate.
Miss Harrison, the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Harrison of
Kinston, taught during the past
year at Johnson C. Smith Uni
versity in Charlotte. She received
her bachelor of arts degree from
Spelman College in Atlanta and
a master's degree from the Uni
versity of California in 1950.
Last spring she applied to the
University for admission to the
summer session in order to begin
work on a doctorate in Spanish.
Miss Harrison claims that her
application for admittance was at
first accepted and she was as
signed to a room in C dormitory
for the summer. She had desig
nated her race on the room as
signment form, she stated.
However when she arrived in
Chapel Hill on Monday, June 11,
for summer school, she was told
by Chancellor R. B. House that
a mistake had been made and that
the University was now aware
that she was a Negro, Miss Harri
At the time, House termed the
incident an "honest mistake."
"I told her this," he said. "We
have made a mistake in assigning
you to a room before you have
actually been admitted to the
University and thus have given
you the impression that you have
"Then I explained to her that
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ments, and campus vespers com
plete the program for Wednesday
night's Open Arboretum. Activi
ties will begin at 7 o'clock, and
will be under the leadership of
Mike McDaniel and Bob Payne,
chairmen of the Religious com
Mr. John Coleman, Lecturer in
Mathematics at the University of
Toronto, will be guest speaker at
a Supper Seminar at 5:30 Friday
evening in the basement of the
Methodist church. All students
and faculty members are invited
to attend, and may sign up with
Gay Currie in the YWCA office.
At 7 o'clock that evening the
Summer Activities Program will
sponsor its third annual Water
melon Festival. Highlight of the
evening will be the coronation
ceremonies for the Queen of the
According to Jim Rathburn,
director student activities, over
one hundred and fifty students
participated in the square dance
held Friday night in the Y court
Many girls came on their own
initiative, Rathburn said. They
were able to find partners for the
dances, he added, and all who
attended seemed to have had
good time. The event was an
encouraging one as far as student
participation in summer activi
ties is concerned, he said.
Next Friday night, as part of
the Watermelon Festival, a simi
lar square dance is scheduled to
take place. Those in charge o
arrangements hope that at. many
girls as possible will come .stag
.so that the event will be as suc
cessful as was that of last Friday
admission of graduate Negro stu
dents is under joint consideration
by the boards of trustees of the
University and North Carolina
College (a school for Negroes in
University of North Carolina
trustees in April adopted a policy
admitting qualitied .Negroes on
the graduate level when equa
facilities are not maintained by
the State in its Negro colleges.
Since May 22 however, the Uni
versity, while admitting Negroes
to its law school and medica
school, had rejected Negro appli
cants to the graduate school
pending development of proposed
graduate expansion plans at
North Carolina College.
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