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Tennessee for 24 years and has been
head of the department for 14. For
five years he was on leave to thc
Tennessee Valley Authority, where
he served as Senior Social Science
Analyst and Chief of the Program
Review and Analysis Staff.
Always having been active in wel
fare work, Dr. Cole has been Chair
man of the Advisory Committee of
the State Welfare Department of
Tennessee and President of the Knox
ville County Council of Community
Service Agencies. He has also made
studies of various welfare problems
including care of the aged in Tennes
see, jail3 in Tennessee, and human
relations and problems in the Knox
Dr. Cole has written a number of
books and is now working on several
more. The Teaching of Biology stem
med from hi3 undergraduate major
in biology. Together with W. H.
Combs he wrote Tennessee : A Political
Study, and with H. P. Crowe, Recent
Trends in Rural Planning. His Socio
logy for Secondary Schools ran for
four editions. It is now being replaced
by Social and Human Relations. With
Clyde B. Moore of Cornell he wrote
Educational Sociology. Dr. Cole also
edited and wrote eight chapters of
Dynamic Urban Sociology, which will
be out in September. At present he
is revising TV A The Social Aspect,
which has not been published and is
working on another book on urban
Besides all this, Dr. Cole was Presi
dent of the Tennessee Conference of
Social Work, helped draw up the civil
service system of Tennessee covering
health and welfare workers, and is
a member of the County Planning
In his spare time, Dr. Cole loves
to go trout fishing and also enjoys
gardening. He owns a 178-acre farm,
which his brother-in-law operates.
Grad Students Get Jobs
Eight students who have recently
completed their graduate training in
the Department of City and Regional
Planning at the University of North
Carolina have been appointed as staff
members to planning agencies in
North Carolina and other states.
They are A. C. Hall, Jr., of Ra
leigh; Frank Skrivanek of Austin,
Texas; C. Bickley Foster of Knox-
ville, Tennessee; Burtis E. Lawrence
of Houston, Texas; Donald E. Stewart
of Chapel Hill; Jack Wolle of Sioux
City, Iowa; Martin Rody of Chapel
Hill; and Harry Coblentz of London,
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landscapes in the cases. Nesbitt used
a rutted road through the Arkansas
Ozarks for his subject, while Mervin
Jules chose the Vermont countryside
for his wood engraving, "In The Hill
Other artists represented in the dis
play are Claire Leighton, Joseph
Hirsch, Wanda Gag, Asa Cheffetz,
Harry Sternberg and Jean Chariot.
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is carried by Station WAAM in Bal
timore, is regarded as one of the most
popular in the nation. It has on four
national awards: The duPont. Pea
body, Sidney Hiilrr.an, and Ameri
can Civil Liberties Union.
For the first eight months his pro
gram was carried on the ABC net
work. But somebody in high places
evidently didn't like some of the
thing3 Dr. Johnson said, because the
network dropped the program with
the excuse that in re-arrar.ging its
schedule there was no room for it.
There were howls of protest, es
pecially from the Washington and
Baltimore areas, when the network's
decision was announced but the Balti
more station has continued to carry
the program and has said that it is
happy to be able to present it ex
clusively. A critic on the Saturday Review
Dean Of Nursing
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programs are put into effect at a later
Grant provisions cover instruction
al facilities, student fellowships, re
search, and a series of planning and
The universities concerned and the
SREB drafted the proposals for the
regional development of graduate
work in nursing the first such pro
gram in the history of nursing educa-
of Literature recntly said that Dr.
Johnson has established an enviable
imputation as a television commen-
: tator despite the fact that he violates
I all the generally accepted rules, lor
) he 'ha a voice that sounds like the
! mortgage and loan department; he
reads his manuscript, and he sits
; when he talks".
l Dr. Johnson says he is inclined to
agree with this critic's views.
Dr. Johnson thinks that television
is now bad because "it's in its infancy
and hasn't learned its stuff but it's
steadily improving and some day will
be very important.
"One trouble now is that it thinks
it's both a theatre and a newspaper.
It's neither. Radio went through the
"Television is awfully hard work. It
gives you the jitters and a terrific
nervous strain. The fact that you sit
there alone (at least he's alone in his
program) and can't see your audience
or get audience reaction is a terrific
"Some people chew their finger
nails and evince other signs of ner
vousness just before they go on their
programs. In my case the attack of
jitters comes right after the program
has ended, for I begin to wonder what
I've done wronp. And it doesn't take
long for my wife, who accompanies
me to the studio and who watches my
every movement, to tell me how well
or how badlv I did that time. She's a
good critic, too, for she doesn't spare
my feelings a bit".
'The intellectual ferment of the
South is startling," Dr. Johnson said.
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''In Chapel Hill for instance, every
body seems to be writing a book , r
on the verge of writing one. The Uni
versity Pres ranks high all over
country as one of the best and tr.
are other good university preFF
Duke. Oklahoma and Louisiana ?ta:.
"The South is still not .!.. r.- t -well
for booksellers, however, u:--the
exception of Texas.
Lost and Found
YMCA authorities remind thosa
who have lost articles duri.-.g t: .
summer school to keep checking
the " " items are sometimes .-!
in being turned in by the many ;.
partments and o'f.ees.
Next Reading Set
The next meeting of the (.''rr.m jro- .
Drama Reading Group has been s. :
for August 22 at 8 p.m. in the assem
bly room of the library.
Oscar Wilde's "The Imporuir.o- of
Being Earnest" will be 2 cad at thi,
session. Copies of the script are ava:!..:
thru Mrs. Stella Lyons at her a
stand in the Chapel Hill I'.,-' ( ,:-
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