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.... - Number 12
- rwpl Hill. N. C. Friday, July 20, 1951 -
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First Near Coed Enters U NCToday
Erwin Urges Appreciation
Of Benifits Of Freedom
State superintendent of public instruction, declared in an
add.ris1a?e"ewe think to get about the business oi
impressing upon our people and
upon their children what freedom
means, what it stands for, how
deeply its roots are buried in a
rich and glorious past which we
must not forget," he said.
Dr. Erwin addressed the open
ing session at the Carolina Inn of
a group of 40 school teachers
from throughout the State who
were selected to participate in a
Free-World Workshop being held
here through tonight
On disDlav in the foregallery
, , t, f of Person hall through July 28
The program, directed by Proi. ... . .... u paintings by
E. M. Adams of the department 01 . Virginia Dortch, first grad-
philosophy and administered Dy Q the MiA;cAt program of
the extension division, is ue" the department.
aiiro tenrhers an ODPOr-t i
lgllUU bv- - " , t
tunity to discuss fundamental is- Miss Dortch's exhibition, pre-
upH n the worm-wiuc canted as a nan oi ner xnesis, is
conflict between Communism and ntitled "Still Life Toward the
Democracy, Abstract ana is composed aimu&i
entirely oi semi-aDsxracx sun me
The teacners par unpawns wtiT naintins
i,.qh nn n Viasis of interest and r
ii... l.nJn.rkin finalities. TVi ; o snnnff nrta nf her nnintinPR
Community icduci oiiif xiua ojjums vjuv. ui .-.0
t-i ...U -1i ViQ tfrnlin U noirra f -iv rile in the
that he considered the conference Annual Women's Foundation Art
..... l i- i- .rT1r- J ' J 1 1 J I 4-lst U5l
one of the mosx lmpuiiauk wui.- uompetmon iieiu m wc
shops that has been conducted on Museum in Charlotte,
the campus of this great Univer- g
;itv reviewed umcsiuuca .
buy, nroconf nnp.man show in
American ireeaom. - . . at
tended RandolDh-Macon College
cate themselves to what I con- an(j graduated from Columbia in
sider to be a glorious privilege has exhibited worK in xne
. i. V.o4- rt TooinC a ...II.... TSViillino Arnd
and OpporiUIlliy mat w vu.0 VUCUSU ugcu.ici.jr ui j. iimjj
ij ln r a dedi I if n . TTioninia Twtnrmont
iir nun 1 1 1 111 11111 u a v wv i uir v ivirt??... v 11 cuua aaawv
cation to our freedom and de- College, Bristol, Va.; North Caro-
J U imHorctonriinp OT I 1: C4. nr. nollnro' "StlirlenT
mocrauy uuu mc uuuvju"".d una oiaie ait 6ouvw i "vv
what these terms mean to the Art Show" in Clearwater, Florida;
point where these previous things and the Morehead Planetarium
may oe guarueu sctuicy i nere
the onsiaugm 01 every uyyuamg
force on this earth.
Tryouts for Show
Tryouis for The Carolina
Playmakers second produciion
of ihe summer season. Agalha
Christie's "Ten Little Indians."
will be held at ihe Playmakers
Theater next Tuesday, July
24ih, at 4:00 and 7:30 p.m.
Scripts of ihe play are on re
serve now in ihe University li
brary for those who wish io
read ihe play before audiiion-
"Ten Liitle Indians" a blend
of comedy and mystery, is a
dramatization of Miss Christie's
novel "And Then There Were
None," which was serialized
some years ago in ihe Saturday
Director Thomas Paiierson
will need a cast of eleven for
ihe play. He invites all who are
interested io read; auditions are
open io all students, faculiy,
and residents of the area. The
play will go into rehearsal for
produciion on August 17
through 19. .
The circus, comes to town next
Wednesday with four rings, pea
nuts, popcorn and the worlds
largest traveling free managerie.
Sponsored by the Jaycees and
Carrboro Lions, nogers rruuieia
Circus will pitch tent in Carrboro
on the 25th for a one nignt siana
This is the same circus which
came here last year. Perform
ances are scheduled for 2 in the
'nftornnn TtanA R o'clock HI the
evening and the doors will open
one hour ahead of time.
Woman Seeking Doctors
Degree In Spanish
Admitted By Trustees
. ' n,T in Tfalpicrh Mondav. gave
physician at Kinston, perrmssiuu - - -
begin wor oowara -r- sQUght & court
Acceptance ux Vm n restrain the IM-
versity irom aenyuig vx-.
tance, came after the Trustees
rt.rV(PiTnin(T v deieaiea a
lution by Franklinville trustee
Tv,r, rinrir which would have
abolished Ph.D. work in Spanish
Aithnneh the trustees admitted
one negro applicant, they also
gave President uoraon.uray yc
mission to turn down the appli
nf four others along with
v". . , t..j
P A L a I MA llfni -r r-ir I Mil I nil llUULU W
kjiavc - ,7 .... j i- Aarrraa in PrtllffltlOn.
business leaders counseling siu- -
.ii Viq Mannppment ... . . ...
dents atieiiuuig ; Expiammg wny xneir appiva-
Tnstitute for Young Businessmen . denied. Gray said
u:u Vtacrin Vlprp Monday. . !i - . u M-. n,A nraniirP
wmtii wiu "-6'" xnax IX is ine pum-y aiu,
A project of the w. - J.UI11U1 within ' the University graduate
r-unmw rf r.nmmerce. this in- iimitnrinn! nn en-
Vliami' j BtHUUia i...v...
st.it.ute will analyse five lunaa- 11n.pnt in Pprtain areas of study.
rental areas of management vi- muA roo,nn fnr th stablishment
tal to any successful and profit- rf such imitations is that enroll-
able enterprise, inese areas u ment beyond certain maximums
1 U,,r rw rilon CllPPPSSfullV. (2) I 1 il .ki.omimt limrlr
X iiuw uj f"" maKes Uie tJueciiiu v "
: ! rrnfit f S 1 more ... . . a. J..t.
Orgamauuii. xui. oi tne nignesi gruuai.c Atcivv
profitable money management, difficulti if not impossible."
t u. nut mnre selling
icinec! and rsnh limitations already nave
nnwer liitu jum uuuu.-i 1 v -
5-j human relations a a-ey Deen uiucjcu m
success. jjingnsn ana prooauiy wm
mi. - V xtmII ho directed tended to history.)
ine iiuutun Yv" - , .
, i t- oi. n Vvo Viiidi-1 Tha triictees also urced tnai
bv Dr. xLiari jr. ouuug " - " , ,. .
ness management service of the "the sphere of graduate work ' be
University oi Illinois. cajjcjuwcu ov wii v.vu
"Many young men set up inde- lege in Durham. Such action,
. : av nlnn-UViov helieve. would reduce COn-
pendent Dusuie ui f , , t -
nine to do so without any formal siderably the number of Negro
study or training sucn as is pro- applicants w
find North Carolina College now of-
videa oy uw uiinvii - -
. Mn4-iv.o " i it Mrnny i TRrs i r 1 1-- iuhalci ui u ia uiv
larser coipuiti,-'"is - o i -
v "The institute is a way of 13 fields. However, netiher it nor
overcoming this handicap.
Indifference, neglect and lack
of aonreciation for America's
"hard-earned heritage can be
come the wrecking bars of our
freedom and democracy, parti
cularly m a moment oi great in
7 On College Honor Roll
One hundred and forty-seven
students in the General College
CUlciriy 111 a iuuiuun ui fexwiAK i ovuv'. - -
the Honor Roll last auar
ternaxionai upucavai sum umut - -
face in this world now," he said, ter, it was announced yesterday
I , t-. r -a Cnnill The flen-
rw i i iJ i it v.. l . uui uaii ,
WHAT ABOUT HOUSING
According to a notice posted in
a local women's dormitory, worn
eral College is made up of fresh
men and sophomores.
Trentv-?even of the 147 made
u a 4-hoir worlr. and 21 of
a local wumcn a uunii"vi;, ' an rx. o -" " -
en students are now allowed to these students were North Caro
board in Men's Fraternity Houses nnians.
during any lerm oi scnooi. imS
directive was issued ,pn June io, a . njv. t
1951, by Katherine Kennedy Car- W. Ackermar .Wallace; Dei h L
michael, dean of women nere. a mexanuei, w.- V-fJ p
bold line drawn through now with Brame II, Sanford; Bobby U
not written in provides the only tsyro, oeima, y
u TUa Moa riid not take note ChaDel Hill: David M. Clinard,
UCtl-ll X 11C VN v-- I
Class tickets for the second
term of summer school may be
picked up in Memorial hall un
til 9 o'clock tonight and from
6:30 until 8:30 tomorrow morn
ing. All tickets not picked up by
8:30 tomorrow morning will be
charged a $5 fine.
New students, or others who
failed io pre-regisier for the se
cond lerm, may do so in the
Archer House today.
Period for ihe dropping and
adding of courses will be from
tomorrow morning ihrough
Tuesday. July 24.
Winston-Salem; Joseph G. Dail,
Jr., Tarboro; Charlotte L. Davis,
Chapel Hill; William R. Harris,
Henderson; William R. Jacobs,
nordv Silver Snrinss. Md.; Wal-
ter Herbert Reichelt, Paramus,
m .T William Kauffman bcar-
borough, Annapolis, Md.; Morris
Harry Wexler, Baltimore, ma.
North Carolina students mak
ing A's and B's:
Asheville John H. Sweeney,
Gerald T. McMahon, James D.
Williams, James O. Headlee,
Tommy A: Rezzuto, and Marvin
Chapel Hill Eloise F. Maddry,
QnQn Amhler. Patricia A.
George, Marilyn Habel, Samuel
s Holmes. Marearet A, Uiden-
buttal, Daniel D. Olsen, Martha
B. W. Caldwell, Harold M. i'lper,
Jr., Everett L. Wagner, and Hugh
H. Cole, Jr.
Charlotte Carl G. McCraw,
Jr Donald J. Little.
Durham William H. ttumn,
Harvey D. Bradshaw, Green
mi.. T,-i i v n,,r.ia TvTaron- also offered to have the Uni-
vine; irvuueii . wwiwio, - A
Eugetie O'B. Daniels, Merry Hill; versity trustees support N. C.
,lovd B. Ennis, Salisbury waxnan v.uucBc i 4
. .11.. fl....nl A nnAmklll fliniO tl
R Roberson, Jr., KODersonvuie; """"'"v AVt w
Bobby G. Skidmore, Sanford; expand its graduate program.
. .i . rr ? Wilmmutnn- "We hODe theV Will s EO alOflg
John R. Baggett, III, Lillington; with us," Gray said, refering to
, t rL0i Mm- Durham William n. nuxim,
Katherine E. Jente, Chapel Hill, navi, Jr Andrew
Vniier P. Karnker.
Thorwald W. Larsen, Chapel
Hill; John A. Lowder, Lincoln-
ton ; Ancel C. Mew born, i,a
Grange; Robert M. Morris, At
lantic; Richard J. Painter, Greens
boro; Louie L. Patseavouras,
Rocky Mount; Joesph I. Riddle,
Morganton; Dale S. Ryon, Ashe
ville; Nathaniel L. Sparrow fend
William S. West, both of Chapel
Farrell Rondall Crouse, Perms
Grove, N. J.; Harris Judson
S. Holt, III, and James rt. Je-
HiPh Point Clarence E. Green
way, Thomas W. Mauldin, Charles
W. Stout, James R. Younts, David
H. Brewer, George T. Davis, Don
ald V. Chamblee, and Gerald M.
Greensboro Edwin C. Boyd,
Eugene D. Foushee, Jr., Bill S
Lester, James G. Lindley, and
Norman H. Allen.
anv other Neero institution in the
State offers work leading to the
I . ....
Ph.D. (doctor of philosopnyj degree.
The trustees' race problems
studv committee, headed by
Kemp P. Battle of Rocky Mount,
felt that money should oe taicen
from the State's contingency fund
so that work mignx Begin immea-
Richard LeR. Taylor, Robert L,
n rnnnellv. Norman w. uoia
in' and Vnllin D. Estes. Jr.
Winston-Salem Henry A. Lo- lately on expanding graduate -
wet Thomas M. Dixon. Jr., and trainins at the Durham college.
Iric L. Fearrington
..... similar committee from N. C.
Other North Carolinians on the . . rpnupstine $114,000 for
College in requesting $114,000 for
the first year of the biennium and
si 59.200 for the second year. 11
Gordon C. Crowell. Lincolnton:
Fay H. Culberth, Spindale; Thorn-
as M. Johnson, Ulayton; rxonaia
F. Levin. Williamston; James a.
Pntton Jr.. Canton: Bobby A.
A V ) W
Jack E., Silvers, Black Moun
tain: Fred J. Dale, Hicfcory;
Thomas W. Alexander, Jr.,
Wavnesville: John L. Booker,
Plymouth; Lewis C. Gooding,
Kinston; Billv J. Grimes. Thorn
asville; John R. Ingle, Siler City;
.Tames P. Mahonev. uxiora
Charles E. Cain, Elizabethtown;
James E. Gentry, Roxboro; Archie
t. rtriffin Monroe: Eueene C.
Hicks, Wilmington; George L.
Mardre, Jr., Windsor; Aubrey W.
Jackson Gillen Sparks, War
(See HONOR ROLL, page 4)
(See NEGROrpage 4)
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