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THE TAR HEEL - TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1953
Stock Racing Opens Speedway
!n Raleigh This Friday Night
RALEIGH, June 22 The flashy 1 within the one-mile track of the
The North Carolina Memorial
Hospital, a gigantic medical cen
ter just opened last Fall, invites
guests to tour its plant Monday
through Friday at 2 p.m. Go to
the information desk at the main
entrance for further information.
The Y needs puzzles and other
children's games to help in a chil
dren's recreational program it is
handling. Those having articles
should call the Y at 6761 and ar
rangements will be made to pick
A number of job opportunities
lor teachers are listed on the bul
letin board outside the' adminis
trative office of the School of
Education in Peabody Hall.
Lost and Found
If it's been lost the Y probably
lias it. Secretary Irene McDonald
keeps a complete file of all arti
cles turned in, including the name
of the finder. If you've lose some
thing check by the Y.
Students willing to work with
children sometime during the
afternoon each week are asked to
call the Y at 6761. The children
are those of Summer School stu
dents and the Y would'like to be
gin recreational program. "Just
an hour or two from each person
vould be fine," a Y official said.
From 7 to, 8:30 tonight, a free
dancing class in ballroom and
square dancing will be given in
the main gym at Woollen. The
class will meet again at the same
time on Thursday.
From 7:30 to 9 tomorrow night,
there will be swimming at Wool
len Gym. Children must be ac
companied in the water by their
new quarter-mile track at the Ra
leigh Speedway, kept from opening
, last week by inclement weather,
now is scheduled to offer its in
augural program of amateur and
sportsmen's stock car racing this
A seven-event race program will
be presented on the brilliantly-
lighted asphalt track.
The race program originally set
for last Friday was called off af
ter several rainstorms delayed
work on the elaborate lighting sys
tem which will make the quarter
mile track the best-lighted out
door sports arena in the nation.
Beginning with the inaugural,
races will be held each Friday
night, starting at 8 o'clock, on the
quarter-mile track, which is built
huge Raleigh Speedway plant.
Children under 12 will be admitted
free to each race program when
accompanied by adults.
i A flock of new faces will ap
pear in the amateur events. A
special invitation is out to ama
teurs drivers who have never
competed in a modified-car race
to try their throttles on the Ra
leigh track. It is open now for
practice runs. Information may be
obtained from the Speedway office
in the Odd Fellows Building at
The sportsmen's races Friday
night will present 30 or more mod-
ified-stock drivers including such
aces as Curtis Turner, Roanoke,
Va.; Billy and Bobby Meyers, Winston-Salem
brothers; Shorty York,
Mocksville, and Glenn Wood.
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have 'em from three for a quarter
on up to a month's rent. Brows
ing's fun. THE INTIMATE BOOK
SHOP, 205 E. Franklin St.
Combo (Tuesday and Thursday
nights). Hours 11:30 a.m. to midnight.
GOOD USED COPIES - ST. VIN-
cent Milay, Robert W. Service,
Oeden Nash and others at the
Unicorn Bookshop over Sutton's
5.95 & 6.95
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TZirs STARTS TODAY
Relax in Air-Conditioned Com
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kitchen, study, dining room, living
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blocks from campus. 307 Ransom
COME TO THE NEW UNTVER
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JOIN YOUR CLASSMATES AND
others on the campus and bring
your laundry here where you save
money and get your laundry back,
washed and dried in one hour.
Washed in only 30 minutes. Shirts
hand finished. You can't beat our
service. Ask the boys who come
here regularly. ROSEMARY AU
TOMATIC LAUNDRY, 329 W.
Rosemary St. Dial 5121.
DRIVERS EAGER TO SAVE
money on gas, oil, accessories. Hi
Way Service Station on the Carr
boro curve has regular at 28.4 and
hi-test at 29.4. Lubrication's only
$1 and nationally advertised oil
is cheaper than anywhere.
9 m m s.
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good quality for the country's six leading cigarette brands.
The index of good quality table a ratio of high sugar to low nicotine
shows Chesterfield quality highest
. . . 15 higher than its nearest competitor and Chesterfield quality 31
higher than the average of the five other leading brands.
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throat and sinuses from smoking
Chesterfield. From the report of a
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every two months for well
over a year.
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