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UJME 16 NUMBER 3
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CHAPEL HILL, N. C.
Blankets On The Greensward
Old-Fashioned Community Sing
Sunday Night In Front Of G
PVT. ADOLPH SCARE, Centervi lie, Mich., pays last respects to
his buddy who was killed defending outpost "Harry". United Na
tions troops at the post held their ground for the fifth straight day
yesterday against fanatical Red attacks. NEA Telephoto.
Leonardo's Genius Is Displayed
In Model Show At Planetarium
By Tom Parramore
Sunday will be the last day for
students to see Morehead Plane
tarium's exhibit, "Leonardo's
The pxhibit is being held under
the sponsorship of Dr. Loren C.
MacKinney of the Department of
History and consists of model;
made from Leonardo's original
drawings which are now touring
the museums and . universities of
Among the many interesting
models is Da Vinci's proposed hel
icopter which was one of the first
serious attempts at mechanical
flight. la a day when the mos.
i u-P,nnnn of war was the
catapult, Da Vinci designed and
v;h o cipppssful steam cannon
io is also depicted among the
mnlc There is a miniature ot
t j'o, "Tpnt of Linen," or
parachute, which is also reputed
to have been used successfully.
Many of the exhibits are con
4.4 n allow manual opera
3v set a better idea
lion mat uuv . qj v,i
of the work they were designed ;o
An old - fashioned community
sing, complete with blankets on
the greensward, will be held Sun
day at 8 p.m. on McCorkle I'lace
in front of Graham Memorial. In
No Need For
No new Baptist church in the
Glen Lennox area of Chapel Hill
is needed at present was the un
animous opinion of interested per
sons who met this week in re
sponse to a call extended by the
Dr. Paul Shearin, vice-cnairman
of the Board of Deacons, presid
ed, and Dr. W. P. Richardson,
chairman of the Denominational
Activities Committee of the Bap
tist Church, outlined the purpose
of the meeting.
Opportunity also was given to
scaling ladder, a hydraulic water
ntimD. a device which made vari
able speed drive possible, a lens
grmder ana an oo.o.eier - " f"th area wno could
cording the distance traveled by resiaente ot tne
Other models consist of com
plex arrangements of levers,
wheels and pulleys. There is a
circular pulley which made it pos-
sible for. a man to lift tremendous
weights with comparatively little
effort, an excavation macmne, a
diving apparatus, a hydraulic saw
and a ventilating apparatus.
Leonardo's inventions included
many which were designed speci
fically for wartime use. Models
depict a machine gun, aenai
bombs which were designed to be
fired more accurately than tne
tone missies of his day, a rotating
bridge which could be swung to
,.0 ir cutting off passageway
t'n Pnemv. a shrapnel projec
tile, a military tank and a hasty
A free booklet may be obtained
.- tha ovhihit room which gives
a sketch of Leonardo's life and
works along with some oi
not attend to indicate their opin
ion by mail.
Dr. Samuel T. Habel, pastos of
the Baptist Church, said "we cor
dially invite all Baptist residing
in the Glen Lennox area who are
t nlreadv affiliated with us to
join immediately and to help us
to serve this University commun
ity. We are anxious to help peo
ple in all ways possible. While we
QrA the largest congregation in
rthnnel Hill, we have many needs
and there is ample room for
growth and development.
case of rain it will be canceled.
Song Leader Joel Savell promis
es a wide variety of songs "to suit
all tastes." Director of the Wesley
Foundation here, Savell has handl
ed a number of group sings be
Accompanist at the piano will
be Beth Lloyd of Chapel Hill, a
Yack beauty queen.
Nancy Murray of Raleigh, who
sang the soprano leading role in
the Playmakers' "Princess Ida"
this year, will sing several selec
tions, including one written by
her accompanist, George Thomas.
Miss Murray is a junior and is ma
joring in education and English.
She has sung in light opera in
Raleigh and at St. Mary's Col
Thomas is a junior in" the Mu
sic Department here.
Savell said if the sing Sunday
is successful one will be held ev
ery Sunday night. Requests will
be taken each Sunday for the fol
Don't know the words to many
songs? Savell answered that, too.
A screen will be rigged and the
words projected onto it.
It's at 8 o'clock Sunday in front
of Graham Memorial, Savell re
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For Each Day
Butterball student to portly
Chemistry prof: "Would you
please move so I can see the
board." Prof to student: oer-, .nrnrTr9m nf North
tainly. I've been asked that many peai K-o -times
but never by one who Carolina School Week to be
Outstanding: educators from
this and other states will ap-
conducted Monday through
Purpose of the sessions is
tn hrinff to the campus student
' ..-.t'hndv and to professional person-
?n na Tr&Wct the state and region points
knew so well."
Boys Staters making sweet har
mony in Y Court in the morning.
NANCY MURRAY, who will
sing at Sunday night's commun
ity sing, is shown in costume
for her soprano role in "Prin
cess Ida," Playmaker production.
Graham Memorial Student Un
inn has opened entries for a ping
3 pong tournament to be held next
Wednesday beginning at 6 p.m.
1 Entries close Tuesday at 6 o'clock.
t:; fnr thf tournev
ivesuuouuu - nun, at i-a "f""
may be made at the GM main of-'day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Dr. H.
of view of outstanding leaders in
different areas of public educa
tion," Summer ' Session ljirector
nnv Phillips said. Phillips aiso
heads the School Week Program.
Formal addresses will be given
pnrh dav at 3 p. m. and at 8 p. m.,
while the morning program will be
devoted to informal conferences,
visitation and follow-up discus
sions Dr. Wilbur A. Yauch, head of
the Department of Education,
Northern Illinois State Teacners
College, will speak on "Significant
Highlights in Elementary Educa
tion," at the opening session Mon-
Civil Service-Personnel Meet
Opens Today, Over 100 Come
of the worK tne - 1 works along wim -
perform. Among such models Leresting drawings, photos of the
r TTiApnanicai , , j nnmmentarv on
a printing press,
scale models and a commentary on
his work in other fields.
Public inspection is invited dai
ly from 2 to 10 p.m.; on Satur
in a.m. to 40 p.m. and
on Sunday from 1 p.m. until 10
. t-nmo from the Fine
Arts Department of International
onctnicted by Dr. Rob-
, 0n; nne of the worlds
foremost authorities on Leonardo.
Summer art classes for children
will he eiven here for the next
five weeks by Leonard White and
his wife Suzanne.
The sessions will be held at the
Chapel Hill Recreation Center
from 8:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. from
Monday through Friday through
6th grade pupils, including those
July 17. Eligible are 4th, 5th, and
who have just finished the 3rd
The fee for each pupil for the
five-weeks course will be $25, plus
$2.50 for materials. The class will
be limited to 15.
A graduate of the University's
art department, White has been
an art teacher in the Danville, Va.,
More than 100 members of lo
cal civil service commissions and
persons interested in public per
sonnel administration aireaoy
have registered for the Joint
School on Municipal Finance and
Public Personnel Administration
to be held at the University today
Donald Havman. assistant direc
tor of the Institute of Government,
organization, who will
conduct the school, announced the
advance registration figures yes-
Following registration from 12
to 2 p. m. today at the Institute
of Government building, sessions
will get underway in Manning
Hall, home of the Law School, at
2 o'clock, with a program designed
specifically for finance officers. J.
A. McMahon. assistant director, m
stitute of Government, will take
un such topics as budget prepara
tion, amending the Appropriation
Ordinance, budgetary control and
Panels also are scheduled on
What Are the Proper Functions
city manager, Burlington, on "Re-
rpnt Trends in Fringe Beneiits
and by Director Hayman on "Social
Security and State and local Retirement."
McMahon of the Institute will
address the finance officers to
morrow morning on sources of
municipal revenue, methods of ob
taining insurance at lowest premi
ums, various types of liability in
surance, bonding municipal em
ployees, and 1953 legislation of in
terest to municipal officials
fice on first floor.
The student union recently add
ed three new ping pong tables and
several new games, including one
called Shuttle Loop. Other ser-
r pps offered ineiuae a
lounse with extensive periodicals,
television and , radio. Downstairs,
the Rendezvous - Room features
soft lights and soft music for
nightly dancing and whatnot.
.Ton Ammons is acting director
of the union, succeeding Bill
Roth who resigned in May to en
ter professional Scouting.
By John Peck
"The level of our economy,
said Edwin G. Nourse, nationally
famed economist who spoke this
week before the Workshop on dance was postponed from Thurs
Economic Education here, "will . because Qf objections to hold
Tonight At 8
In Y Court
The Summer Activities Coun
cil will sponsor a square dance
tonight at 8 o'clock in the Y Court.
The dance was rescheduled from
Music will be
by the Folk
Band and call
ing will be by
invited," said - -
Ballenger, "stags, couples and
otherwise." He explained that the
A. Perry of the UNC School of Ed
ucation will preside.
Monday night's speaker will be
Supt. H. I. Willett, Richmond, Va.
public schools, whose subject is
personnel problems. Dr. W. E.
Rosenstengel of the School of Ed
ucation will preside.
Dr. W. Carson Ryan, Kenan ,
professor of education, UNC, will
speak on "Education and Interna
tional Good Will" at the Tuesday
afternoon session, with Dr. Gor
don Ellis of the School of Educa
Dr.- W. H. Plemmons of the
School of Education will preside
Tuesday night when Dean Lindley
J. Stiles, University of Virginia
School of Education, will discuss
Dr. Thelma Gwinn Thurstone of
the School of Education, formerly
director of special services for the
City of Chicago school system, will
speak on "Measurement in Educa
tion" Wednesday afternoon when
Dr. W. D. Perry of UNC presides.
Stewart Harral, Director of Pub
lic Relations Studies, University of
Oklahoma, will take as his topic,
'Tellins the Public About Its
Schools" at the final session Wed
nesday night. Dr. A. S. Hurlburt,
UNC, will preside.
.I oir-r ZZJ. "nn nn Pconomic . day because of objections to hold-
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ITiod Wins Award
In State ww-r.
Lyn7 m Tarboro, won $50 in
tudent ftoTjr. Contest
the recent Will
Company of clifford
First Place winner w
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u. i5u . w t Faros"
Manager George Prillaman yes
terday announced the serving
schedule for Lenoir nau, muucu.
The hourg: breakfast 7 a.m. to
11- lunch 11:30 a.m. until 2 p.m.,
,r,r,er. 1 p.m. to 7:15. Break-
umr. 7:30 to 11 on Satur-
day and 8 to 11 on Sunday. Other
meal hours remain the same.
"We would like to remind stu
Prillaman said, that we
give 'free seconds on coffee and
The eating hall is a non-yrut
affair operated by the University.
Costs of meals are based on over-
The Pine Room, uownsiaus. m
Lenoir Hall, also is now open to
cerve snacks to students. Manager
Elbert Hardy also pointed out that
he has some space avauauxe
'.n art teacner in uie uciiiviaic, c., , .
iblfc schools since the FaU of Functions of a Personnel Depart-
1951. Mrs. White holds a degree in
art education from LTnstitut de
l'Enfant Jesus in Brussels, Bel
gium. She conducts private art
classes for children in Danville.
A barbecue supper will be given
for both groups at 6:30.
A joint meeting tonight will be
addressed by E. C. Brandon Jr.
Deadline Extended Til Monday
For Watermelon Queen Entrants
With queen contestants lagging j posted in the Y lobby and the cam-
rm thf vine, pus will vote for its favorite via
ana me uuii m5iuub .
the Watermelon Festival chairman a penny a ballot. There is no limit
yesterday made a plea. on tne voung,
"We want candidates," inair- yaya im cavu
man Dusty Lamson said. Lamson's j The top five candidates will be
agitation came about this way: announced Friday moraing and the
The Watermelon Festival is to runoff held that day, still voting
i t,i-r ttviMov aftpmoon un- mnnpv Proceeds will SO to-
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der Davie Popular. verypoay geia Ward deiraying xpeuaca "
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all the melon they want, put me festival
highlight of the day is the crown
ing of the festival queen. How
ever, no contestants no queen.
Lamson extended the entry
deadline from today until Monday
noon. He said he expected a large
number of coeds to be entered to
day as dormitories did not have
went tO '. .,
-S. Forest. Pari ,m- toll W Ht. JST , I of conuoittee tMS afU
fittf Ps in The pictures will be noon at 4 o-Coc, te the-
he has some space av" ; , T .
nt to groups for small parties, organizational meetings until last
In addition, there is dancing space night. Any group may enter a eon
to L testant as long as it pays a $3 en-
CPn ,,r: in the Pine Room: try fee and its candidate is in Sum-
aervms " i , , ,
The Watermelon Festival is an
annual event and the top social af
fair of Summer School. This year's
program will be emceed by Direc
tor of Admissions Roy Armstrong.
Following the eating and crowning,
a variety show will be held and af
ter that the Rendezvous Room in
Graham Memorial will be the scene
Persons interested in helping on
the festival are invited to a meet
ing of the committee this after-
lilg LUC w '
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. . ........j.. :m Refreshments will be served
minds and hearts of that great during tne program.
majority population of our coun- "While square dancing is the
try who do not go beyond high major event, round dance music
school." ' will be played between square
the 70 teachers, dance " Ballenger continued. "Ev
l;.vaq - - i -
H other school per- ervone should come to these in
iik.v.i - -
ttar,j',nT ihe workshop formal ffet-toffethers. he con
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from all sections ol tne state, ur. eluded, "its iun.
Nourse, tall, scholarly authority
cn the nation's economic pattern,
pointed to what he termed the
'Five P's" of economic unaer-
i standing Problem, Process, Prin
ciples. Policy, and Program. It is
not only possible but necessary,
he stressed, in today's high schools
to bring students the basic- con
cepts of these five steps in eco
Problem, in the vernacular, he
said, might be interpreted as
"whatever it is that's eatin' you,
or whatever raises a challenge in
peoples' minds with which they
must come to grips
Process, a direct function ot
All sessions will be held in Car
roll Hall. Cobb Dormitory will
serve as conference headquarters.
Directories On Sale
Student directories contain
ing the home towns and campus
addresses of all 2,380 students
in Summer School are now on
sale in the Y lobby and at Gra
ham Memorial for 15 cente each.
The directories are in Mimeo
graphed form and contain 35
pages. This is the earliest the
directory ever has been pub
lished during a session.
the teacher, is a matter of analy
tical development of those phases
of the social processes of which
thp vounff citizen will become a
(part, the instilling of sense, se
quence and meaning into tne
problem as it stands before him.
"Principles, involving tne mor
al concept, are those guideposts
by which the economic pattern
f See- NOURSE; page 2)
cniiTH KOREA'S PRIME MINISTER Paik Too Chin is in Wash
ington for talks with President Eisenhower about his country's de
cision to turn loose 25,000 prisoners yesterday. Korea's defiant ac
tion in freeing the PW's may wreck the nearly -completed true
talks. NEA Telephoto.
any of the prizes