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TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1953
THE TAR HEEL
Swimming Pool Hours
Announced For Summer
Following is a schedule for the
University's two swimming pools,
Kessing (outdoor) and Bowman
Gray (indoor). Both pools are lo
cated at Woollen Gymnasium. The
Children's instruction: 11-12,
Monday-Friday; children's recre
ation: 12-12:30, Monday-Friday;
12-12:30, Saturday, and 3-4, daily,
Freshmen may pick up their
free copies of the Freshman
Handbook at the YMCA office.
Upperclassmen may obtain a copy
for a nominal price.
Adult instruction, 4-5, Monday-
Friday; adult recreation: 12-6,
Monday -Friday; 11-5, Saturday,
and 2-5, Sunday.
Foister's offers national
lines of finer cameras and
Bell & Howell
OPEN 12 TO 5 ON SUNDAYS
FAST DEVELOPING & PRINTING SERVICE
FOISTERS CAMERA STORE
A student witling to work
about 30 or 40 minutes a morn
ing can get a free room in re
turn for his services.
The work would be done be
tween 8 and 9 a.m. each day.
Those interested may obtain in
formation from the Dean of Stu
dents office in South Building.
The room is located within
five minutes walking distance
of the campus.
ALAN MOORE TO FLORIDA
Alan Moore, who resigned re
cently as soccer and lacrosse coach
at the University has accepted a
teaching post as physical educa
tion instructor at the University of
Moore, a former All-America
soccer player at Springfield Col
lege, coached lacrosse here three
years and soccer two. He also
taught physical education courses.
Of Over 400
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comes hundreds of miles for a
course, let's give it. It is an ill-
wind that blows no good-will, and
this is it."
Maybe The Horse thought there
should be a Weather Bureau at
South Building to guard against
"A bookie should run the deal,"
The Horse said.
A bookie? A book-maker, like
at race-tracks? Why?
"It's Tut up or shut up,' with a
bookie," The Horse snarked.
But, after all, The Horse doesn't
see perfectly ...
Some 400 to 500 Summer stu
dents and faculty met together
ast Friday on the mall behind
South Building for a get-acquainted-party.
Divided into 10 groups based on I
states and regions, the groups met
under signs denoting each geo
graphic area. However, one stu
dent, Peter Dryer, could not find
any of his fellow-countrymen.
Peter is from Denmark and the
party committee forgot to include
foreign countries in the lineup.
Refreshments were served and
square dance music played by Bob
Cole and his aggregation. Nancy
Home was mistres of ceremonies.
Several Administration and facul
ty leaders were presented as well
as other student personnel.
Signs were made by Harry Ay-
cock and Norm Bowles and light
ing equipment was loaned for the
occasion by John Parker.
Deed Registrars To End
Conference Here Today
The annua: conference of the
North Carolina Register of Deeds
Association will close this after
noon with the election of new of
The conference opened Sunday
and is being conducted at the In-
stitute of Government building.
Today's program includes lect-
tures by two men. Dr. J. IT.
Hamilton of the State Department
of Health, and C. R. Council, also
with the State Department of
A separate room deposit must
be made now to reserve a dorm
itory room for next Fall.
Housing Director James
Wadsworth yesterday reminded
students that "just because a
student has a room for Summer
does not entitle him to a room
for the Fall." Reservation pro
cedure, Wadsworth said, is to
make a $6 deposit with the cash
ier in the basement of South
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