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TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1953 THE TAR HEEL PAGE THREE
Folk Music Band
The Folk Music Band will prac
tic at 8:30 Thursday night on the
Memorial Hall stage. Participants
and spectors are invited. -
Once there was a gal name of
Electra Finn, and she had every
thing. Brains too.
And she was unhappy.
Whenever, she was out with some
guy and she referred to the Dark
Lady of the Sonnets, he'd think
she was talking about Harlem,
and when she tried to get frisky
with a mention of the Canterbury
Tales he said he hadn't ever been
to Canterbury but he was doing
Poor Electra. She began to fear
thai Brains and Life wouldn't mix.
She developed Complexes.
and then one day Electra, lucky
creature, happened to drop in at
an establishment whose name can
be discovered at the bottom of this
Immagine her surprise to find it
filled with Men with Brains, and
practically all of them under
stood English. She even got off a
couple of mentally adult wise
cracks that didn't fall flat on their
faces for want of an audience.
Electra's doing all right, now.
She's decided that life and Brains
are a pretty darn swell combina
tion. And what's more, she's learned
what so many students before
her discovered. The finest all
round people on the Campus are
205 E. Franklin St.
Tried the best steaks in town? You
haven't unless you've tried The Pines.
Also: Seafood that Slept in the ocean
last night. ,;;
On The Raleigh Road
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stitutions and laymen."
Dr Berelson stated that the
grants would be used to pay for
the released time of faculty mem
bers on the committee, the costs
oi the visiting committees, secre
tarial and research assistance, tra
vel, and other expenses. The five
Universities were selected from a
number of applications that were
invited by the foundation.
The scientific study of factors
influencing human behavior is one
of the five areas of concentration
adopted in 1950 by the Trustees of
the Foundation. The other four
are advancement of peace, demo
cratic institutions, economic well
being, and education.
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There's only one simple setting
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47 Enter Tennis Intra murals;
4 Softball Games Slated Today
Officials Are Named
For Tilts This Week
Four games are scheduled in
At 4 p.m. on field 1, the Moun
taineers t will play the Dekes and
on f ield 3 the Roughies will take
on the Squirrel Shooters. At 5
p.m. Grimes Dormitory meets the
Polka Dots on Field 1 and on field
3 Pi Kappa Alpha plays Phi Del
Tomorrow's schedule: field 1 -Roughies
vs. Beach Bums and
field- 3 Dekes vs. Grimes Dorm,
both at 4 p.m.; at 5 p.m. field 1
Kappa Sigma vs. Pi Kappa Alpha
and field 3 Phi Kappa Sigma vs.
Thursday's schedule: field 1 -Phi
Kappa Sigma vs. Grimes Dorm
and field 3 Polka Dots vs. Old
Folks, both at 4 p.m.; at 5 p.m.
field 1 Squirrel Shooters vs. Phi
Delta Theta and field 3 Beach
Bums vs. Kappa Sigma.
Today, Clifton and Schwartz will
work field 1 and Smith and Carter
will officiate on field 3. Griffith
is the spare. Tomorrow, field 1
will be handled by Nadeau and
Parker and field 3 will be handled
by Clifton, and McGinty with
Smith as spare. Thursday, Smith
and Griffith will be the officials
for field 1 and Nadeau and Parker
will referee on field 3 with Carter
meeting the schedule and in case
Officials are responsible for
meeting the schedule and in case
they cannot they should notify the
Intramurals Department a day be
fore they are supposed to officiate
last Day For
Entries close at 6 o'clock to
night in Graham Memorial's ping
pong tournament. Play begins to
morrow at 6 o'clock.
Tournev officials announced
yesterday that three trophies will
be given, to the champions in the
men's and women's divisions as
well as grand champion. The tro
phies are on display in the Y lob
The tournament will be played
on the new ping pong tables re
cently installed by the student un
ion. Paddles and balls will be fur
nished by the union. There is no
Further information may be ob
tained at the main office of Gra
Chapel Hill will play Rocky
Mount in tennis at 3 p.m. to
morrow on the varsity courts.
Fast Accurate Service in
Our Own Laboratary
CITY OPTICAL CO.
121 E. Franklin St.
Players Told About
Forty-one players are entered
in the intramural tennis program
which goes into its second day
Both doubles and singles mat
ches are already being played.
Match. results should be record
ed on the draw sheet posted on
the varsity court bulletin board.
This responsibility goes to the
winner of each match and matches
not completed by the deadline set
tor the various rounds will be re
corded as a double forfeit.
The Intramural Department
suggests that each contestant, or
doubles team, bring three new
balls to each first match. Use only
three balls for the match with the
winner receiving the three unused H
balls and the loser getting the used
balls. By this plan, the Intramural
Department notes, no one need
furnish more than three new balls
for the entire tourney.
Players are responsible for re
serving their own courts. Ihis
may be done by calling the bas
ket room, 9-1426. Reservation
cards may be picked up at the bas
ket room at the gym.
Players entered are Wallace
Ashley, Sam Barnard, Frank Bow
man, Bill Beckman, Bob Bryan
Cowden, Jim Crews, Leslie Da
Henry T. Clark, Jack Cole, D. J.
meron. B. W. Dantzler, N. J. De-
merath, Bob Fountain.
Ray Gould, Lawton Gresham,
Roger Hendrix, Buddy Heins, Otis
Hudson, N. E. Jarrard, Larry Ma-
Honeycutt. Fred Hooper, J. E.
dry, George McGinty, Ted Mc
Laughlin, Charles Miner, John
Moore, D. A. Okun, Frank Parks Jr
H. Reichert, Peter Sprague,
Cooper Taylor, Gene Taylor, Don
ald Taylor, Harry Taylor, Ray
Thomas, W. E. Thompson", Harry
Wilson, Charles Wickman, Jim
Winston and Lee Wiley.
Several Shades to Choose
from including Charcoal Grey
League 1: Phi Delta Theta 7,
Rcugies 0; Kappa Sigma 3, Squir
rel Shooters 3 (tie)
Legue 2: Polka Dots 5, Moun
taineers 4; Old Folks 11, Phi Kap
pa Sigma 10.
An Impudent new
gaiety from The
Tight Little Island
N. Y. Times
WED. & THUR.'
Lall her loves,
ladies and lusty
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