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Thursday, July 22, 1954
THE TAR HEEL
University Receives Library
Of John Skally Terry As Gift
Faculty In Brief
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The corr.fA'U: library of the late
.Skally Terry, Ur.iv-rsitv
iojrrapher of Thomas I
Wolfe, ha-. been donated to the li-!
r rary here. Presented by Terry's!
i:-.t-r an 'J brother.-; as a memorial, J
the library corrspri.5-'-:-: Home 5,000 vol-!
j.t' and includes many first editions i
of Wolfe's works. !
Professor Terry, a North Caro-j
Wv.mr: f rori Rockingham, graduated '
from ;r.e University as an Enjrlish !
.':; jor ir. Hil'i. While here he was a!
..emb'-r of J'hi Beta Kappa, the'
f U,'. -t-!i Fl-':'-, and was elected per-!
.".:;.-. -r.t presidf-r.t of the class of
Dr. Brinkhous Attends
Dr. Ker.neth M. Brinkhous, pro
fessor of pathology in the School of
Medicine of the University of North
Carolina here, nailed last week for
Europe to participate, in two impor- '
international medical confer-
.- also editor of the "Tar
ie "Yackety Yack," and as-
i-'.ant editor of the "University
.Magazine" at different times.
A man of wide interests, Terry
v. as a teacher, author, editor, and
;.rt:-t. In addition to editing several
iff portant works, he wrote a book,
-What '(,!';' Offers," and made
('.;.;.) ibutio.es to scholarly journals.
Sr. ows of his art work have been ex
hibited here and at New York Uni-v-r.:.'y.
The Haymakers produced j
one of his plays in 11)20. He was!
vorkinir on a biocrraohv of Wolfe at. I
the time of his death.
Ail of these activities were aside
fr-.i-i his regular duties as an English
ir -f.rt.etor at New York University.
!;: his capacity as student editor
;.t UNO, Terry began a life-long
friend hip by urging a young rnoun
aln boy to turn in a .short story to
the "University Magazine." The re--t.it
was "The Black Bag," by
1 rry joined Wolfe on the faculty
'T NYU in 1 j25 ; he remained there
..mil his death in 1 95:j.
Through the years, he never forn-ot
si- native state. Among his loved
h.- ks there are many well used vol
u :;'. on North Carolina.
An oil painting of Professor Terry
h'.ne by his friend and head of the
Art Department of NYU, Dr. Con--fant
van de Wall, was part of his
family's gift to the University. The
Glinting has been placed in the ad
ministrative office of the library as
''f'-r tribute to a truly distinguished
r a isate of the University.
Dr. Brinkhous' first stop was at
Bask, Switzerland, on July 20, at the
International Conference on Throrn-
. bo-is and Embolin. There he read a
paper on "Experiments on the Natuie
;of Cold Injury."
This is a report on a research proj
j eet conducted jointly with Dr. George
i Peniok, a Markle scholar in the medi
, eal sciences, and assistant professor
of pathology in the school here.
On September 0 Dr. Brinkhous will
I peak at the Sorbonne in Paris on
! "Advances in Hemophilia," an area
in which he has done extensive re
search and lecturing.
Between these engagements, he will
visit medical centers on the continent,
returning to Chapel Hill in time for
the opening of the school vear on
September 1G. Dr. Brinkhous was ac
companied by his family. They sailed
on the Queen Mary and will return on
the Mau retania
Dr. Brinkhous was a special lec
turer at Cambridge, England, in 1950,
and has gained international reputa
tion through his research and pub
lications in the general field of di
seases of the blood.
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BARBARA ANN STONE Chanel Hill's representative in the Miss North
Carolina contest in Burlington. She placed third. Betty Jo Ring, Lexington
school teacher, was the winner.
( Cji' trim rii f ,(, , jitjjjt: Ij
concert tour throughout Eastern
North Carolina together and are em
barking on a state-wide tour in th
Auoicy Hepburn's prize-winning role fall.
.n the Broadway play by that name. Mi-s Williams is soprano soloist at
Following the program, everyone is St. Michael's Episcopal Church in
invited to meet the performing artists Raleigh. She received her Bachelor
and stay for some iced tropical punch of Music Degree from Converse Col-
and cookies. lege and took her graduate work at
Both artists recently completed a (Continued ji. page U)
Dr. Okun Visits turope
Dr. Daniel A. Okun, associate pro
fessor of sanitary engineering. Uni
versity of North Carolina School of
Public Health, and Mrs. Okun will
leave July 24 for a six-week trip to
Europe and Israel.
Dr. Okun, who is associated with
Malcolm Pirnie Engineers, New York
consultants, will visit the firm's of
fices in Israel in connection with a
sewerage and sewage disposal project
for municipalities in Israel.
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