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The Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1943-1946, July 22, 1954, Page 1, Image 1

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SUMMER SCENARIO i t A r- o . , so comm. un: cation from .r.?, sijrr.ed by the Ch&r.- .-a- informed th Summer r. :V. -Ity that Oarolir.a 'should the r--p -tatior. of "the frier.d- rrr.-.-r -chool." o r z o . r -tay here. wVve found j - at all .a. sons: . a de-id- j :ly hoc. While relative- I :- hav-: ?. .r :: our door, ' : .' : .:. rr. o par.: or. at.'-. :"- v.- of the faculty have open- Vol. 2 Thursday, July 22, 1054 No. 6 . r .-.-art to u-. far. grat ! have- opened our j - .'rood word that to- -fri-oiiy-.r;.pre--:or., and we r y v. ; don't merely ' - our old eresrar .t wou.d certainly which the faculty - i . 1 : - - day -e the wvr i w-'re the "fr.c-r.-i- ' ' :t - -r::-. durir.z ' : to -r.ap hack into the -i.t-.r nr.; try to kep cool : " has of late fallen : us-, -o it's not without : :at. : r. we- use it - hat we rar. into the :ay ;.t a r.igh school li?- ar. I found that it ocrd'.r.g to an instructor? :v f heat. Performance Scheduled For Sunday Night The e:cc-iu3 to the beach is ham-er-'f. this week-end by Saturday clas'ses, ' he chum because Graham - -1. the Student T.'r.i' .-. is ar ranging a special musical pnzram S .f lay right to highlight a jam- r.tertaim Feature ; at r schedule over- a i n -' - - 1- a join: recital by Betty a V. illiams, coloratura soprano, ar.d V.'.;;.. Qcant. pianist, both frcm :n a trozran of mu - -'-; ;c;- co-v. means a certain .r.-. f m usi---. a stylish dress (or "' '-" : a r-rrsor whom one likes. :---'-re -d r.z the line, "ccol" - : - n ive kst their old absence- ', and we're sorry. Why. we even recall the days "- ' 11 friend would enter a room -"It's cool here." and we'd that he was talking- about - t-m-erature. But now that the -' i 1" chanrcd in its meaning-. - : ' -r knew; if it's the music. At GM Sunday Willis Quant and Betty Williams Lt. Gov. Hodges Will Speak At Business Institute Monday SUMMER ACTIVITIES Lt. Gov. Luther H. Hodges, former ; vice-preilier.t c: Marshall Field and ; '.ompany. wii: lea i .;rT the ; session of the :'.:' h Business Manaze ; ment In.-titute tc be held here Julv - - : to r.ease the discriminating , and even these who shv awav - most classical concerts. Some choice selections Mis; o'il kv:.r.s will sir? include Mozart's "Alleluj'a." Ver.i:'s "Cara ntn:e'; from ,r-'''- '-k"o which in recent years has c-rn a trace mark of Lily Pons, a zrcup of f -Ik-: r.u-s with self-a:ccm-. panirr.ent on the auto harp, ani some I'-'I ular senzs. Anion? his solo selections. Quant is rlayinz three Chopin virtuoso -ieces. A fat Impromptu, D fiat Noc turne ani Tarantelle. in addition to Foulfr.c's modern piece. 'Toccata. and Debussy's "Or.dine," which was recently brought to the spot-lizht by ( Continued on zege 3) on tne tcrlc tar.v. he clothe; tha: 'e may revert mcmentari :lu -cool." we might add tire few cool spots in FRIDAY NIGHT, JULY 23 Splash Party at Kessing Pool. 7 tc :? p.m. Souare I'an- in " Y" Court a: -: p.m. SATURDAY NIGHT. JULY 24 Faculty-Graduate Picr.ic Dance. t:o0 to lOrlO r.m. ' Co:t'.r.:ird on j-ccc Si : Joo." : F.:"-.- i leaokrs , anazentent's :rtn bu-iness serve r,:- consulting Institute. Held annually Graduates Plan Picnic-Dance Sat; On Mclver Lawn SUMMER CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA Music School Plans Program an- V r, Music Department p.ans ,cr a program to re -y the Summer Session Chorus : Orchestra under the direction -- :'-ft "-"eaver on Sunday, August -tt P.M. in Kill Hall. The p ro ot v .11 feature Palestrina's Afis-a - w-ich will be performed with :rstruments according to the '- the Renaissance, and - . E. Bach's Concert) for Strings. - :i-i'.ce cf the program will be n; :sed of choruses and madrigals ; DesPrez, Giaches de Wert, ".teverdi, Beethoven, Brahms, and cnorus wili take place in the choral room of Hill Had from 5:00 P.M. to 6:15 P.M. on Mondays and Thurs days beginning Thursdav, Julv 22. The orchestra will meet for the first -o tne L niversity's School of Busi ness Auministi-aticr.. this conference :s inter, ied to provide small business nrms with an opportunity to upgrade their management practices. Institute leader will be Dr. Robert jot. seymour. director cf the Bureau cf Business Management at the Uni versity of Illinois, who served in a similar capacity in the U-o2 and 1S53 sessions of the Business Management Institute. Discussion leaders at the session, along with Lt. Gov. Hodees"! w::I be J. C. Cowan. Jr.. vice chair-! G c "COO: s iveiv conversation, and music is rrc :d OV the r acuity-Graduate Picnic Dance to be held Saturday, July 24 at Mclver uorm. Everyone is invited to come out and meet your faculty and graduate friends. The picnic wili be on the side lawn or Mclver from 6:30 to 7:30 r m. Mc- -r.e encrus and orchestra are cpen membership to students, faculty - i residents. The rehearsals for the :ime on Thursday. July 23. at Hill Hall at 7:30 P.M. Subsequent re hearsals will be scheduled at tha" !time. Prospective members may make appointments for an interview bv ; calling 3226 curing the cay, or 5376 during the evening. There will be a free, non-credit sight-sfnging course given in con junction with the work of the chorus. The class will meet from 4:30 to 5 P.M. in the choral room cf Hill Hall on Mondays and Thursdays, begin ning the 22nd cf July. tan cf the Board. Eurknzton Mill; Corporation, Greensboro; and George "W. Dowdy, general manager, Bek Brothers Company, Charlotte. 'Front Planning" will be the topic July 27 when discussion Jt- l- rl- i-'av-.s, president. Piedmont Airlines, Winston-Salem: Wiliard J. ..... i;.e executive Pro gram, UXC: Gadsden E. Shand. Jr.. Small Business Administration, Charleston, W. Va. Discussion leaders for July 2S when "Money Management'' wili be the topic will be J. M. Atkins, nrpsf. dent, R. S. Dickson and Company. Charlotte; A. K. Davis, senior vice president, Wachovia Bank and Trust (Continued on zage 4) : and the dance will follow : Tver's parlor from 7:30 to 1C:30 p.m. : Music wili be by the Graham Memo rial Combo. Students were given free tickets during registration, but in case any I i5s?'i out. tickets may be picked ut at the YMCA The faculties cf all the denart- merts have been invited to attend. ; In case of rain the event will be held in the Blue Rccm of L-: Hail. The Picnic Dance has been planned and sponsored by the Graduate Sccial Committee in conjunction with Jim Wallace and his staff at Graham Memorial. The close co-operation of Mclver, Kenan and Carr dormi-or-: foretell a very congenial eveni- --r aii. The members of the planning com mittee are: Doris Knott, Ruth Weaver, Georgia Smith, Cynthia Mendenhall, Betty McXeely, and Edna Sydnor.

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