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THE TAPw HEEL
Thursday. July 22. 1954
t)e Car Iecl
The official publication of the summer school of the Univer
sity of North Carolina, it is published by the students every
Thursday during the summer sessions and is printed by the
Orange Printshop of Chapel Hill.
Editor Daniel Wallace
Assistant Editor Franklin P. Jones
Features and News
Brame Represents University
In Nationwide Art Exhibition
Thomas Brame, III, UNC grad
uate and native of Sanford, is one of
12 painters and 3 sculptors from 15
professional art schools and universi
ties across the country whose works
p fecial summer exhi
tion at the Addison Gallery of Ameri
can Art, Phillips Academy, Andover,
B ante's paintings represent the
Ai;t Department of the University of
North Carolina at this national ex
hibit which will remain open until
Sept. 27. Each institution was invit
ed by the Addison Gallery to nominate
one former student to represent it.
Each artist contributed from five
to seven works which were selected
to represent both school experience
and later performance in order to
contrast the influence of training with
independent experiment following
Besides revealing how some of the
ounger American attists are meet
r.'z the chtd'enire of today, the tx
:ib:t trace- them back to their pro
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His work has been exhibited in
Person Ha!!, at the North Carolina
Federation of Women's Clubs Annual
at Asheville, and at the 11th Re
gional Exhibit of Virginia Intermont
College at Bristol.
The University of North Carolina
was represented in the Addi-on Art
Schools U.S.A. in 1:50 with work bv
COME IN YOUR SPORT SHIRT Informal dr-ss keyn
servic es in Forest Theau r being cond ,;.'tet i'Vr, y Sunday
by the Community Church. Dr. .John II. .Mari u., Jr., of B
hurri-p f,f f., oTd -I'-sion servi' -: during tne an.-er.se
' 'ha:-. ! tin
M. Jones, who i-t taking a well-earned
NATIVE TAR HEELS
The three leading candidates for
the quarterback position on the Uni
versity of North Carolina football
team this fall were North Carolinians, j
They are Albert Long of Durham,
Marshall Newman of Clinton, and
Teedie Bullock of Avden.
Carolina coeds who are between the
j ages of 18 and 25, single or married,
j attending summer school or have at
tended tne i Joi-o-i term are now
eligible to enter the North Carolina
Daphne Du Maimer's No el
Surpasses "Forever Amber
College Queen contest to
! August 2u-27 in Drexel.
Trie contest is sponsored by the
Drexel Community Fair, and the girl
selected as North Carolina College
Queen will go to Asbury Park, N. J.
to compete in the National College
Queen contest on September 10-12.
Football tickets for University of j The winner of the national contest
North Carolina football games this ! will receive 85,000 in prizes,
fall are now on sale to the general! Transportation to and from Asbury
public with no restrictions. i Park will be furnished by the Drexel
: Community Fair, and while there the
TWENTY-ONE LETTERMEN Xorth Carolina College Queen will
When the University of North
be the guest of the city
Carolina football team renorts for
pre-season practice Sept. 1, 21 letter-1 Contest entries will be judged on,
men are expected to be on hand. The j the basis of representing the typical j
only letterman vacancy is at f ull- AnK'"can b-v her Physical dnnen- j
j!)acj.: " ! sions and a 250-word essay on '"What j
1 College Education Means to Me." i
r.nr.r. . ..rn Any glid desiring to enter this
The annual golf tournament for
football coaches, sports writers and
press photographers, with the Uni
versity of North Carolina host, will
be held this year on Thursday, Aug.
IP, on Finley course here.
FIRST AND LAST
The University of North Carolina
football team this fall will open and
close the season with games at home.
The opener is with N. C. State on
Sept. 25 and the season ends with
the Duke game on Nov. 27.
contest can get complete information
by writing -to Miss Norma Shufcrd,
Contest Director, North Carolina Col
lege Queen Contest, Drexel, N. C.
Deadline for entries is August 10.
A sample of the official entry blank
is posted on the bulletin board of the
Graham Memorial Student Union.
ON FIRST TEAM
Eight of the eleven players on the
tentative University of North Caro
lina starting football team are native
Tar Heels. An all-native backfield
may open the season.
By John Beshara
Resounding chuckles heralded the
publication of Kathleen Wirnsor's
Foff rt,- Atiibi r but Daphne Du Mau
rier's new novel, Mary A)n', (Double
day, Sol pages, So. 50) should cause
a double wallop, because just about
twice as much dirt has been packed
between a similar number of pages.
Whereas Amber sold herself to
achieve position, Mary Anne adds to
that ancient art a sizable supplement
by peddling commissions in the Army.
The same old '"business" of a royal
"protector," a discarded husband or
so, other men in considerable quan- i
tities, and almost documentar y reports '
on who was sleeping with whom '
among the minor characters, all con- !
tribute to what seems a reworking of ;
Amber's story, all set to be served, not '
at the family reading circle, but in
the privacy of a pink-lit boudoir or;
a dorm room.
Marv Anne's ascent ur the social ;
ladder to the bedroom of a prince !
is an engrossing enough story, if you :
can see the story for the lubricity. ;
Certainly some passages are rather ,
interesting as writing, possibly even
as literature; the reading of the :
Duke of York's love letters before '
six hundred tittering members of ;
Parliament, and the bourgeois re
spectability of Mary Anne en famille ',
drinking vintage champagne and
royal-preserve venison do manage to
arouse genuine laughter.
Pool Tables at GM
Giaham Mmr la!
Uni"H ha.- annoiji..-! J i hut !
room will . -i. to s--i ,d
summer' -tudi-nt- from
through Saturdav. In ;:
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