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THE DAILY TAR
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1939
Men's Glee Club Special rehearsal
this afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Doderiner the dripping rain like ai
duck yesterday were the following who
were under shelter at the University
health service: G. B. Dimmick; H.
Wallar. K. H. Simmons, A. Lindsay,
S. Sunstrom, H. Whitehurst, J. Jones,
H. D. Muikey, T.' '3. Marknam,' R.
Hesse, D. G. Ackerman, RBafiey, AI
J. Sheldon, O. W. Williamson, G. MH
Duffie. lu Urew, J. Jr. Vinson, a. i
Hobgood, JEKRY , STOFE, E. H. Hill,
T. J. Myers, D. W. Depart, W.
Campbell, C. Watkins, K. Edwards,
H. H. Lackey, w. am, ju ysoorne,
C- Gretter. D. R. Umstead, A. W. Hol-
man, C. L. Daniels, E. Crow, E. C.
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-.Phillips, K. Li. Kose, U. u. upciternani,
A. J. Ziady, W. H. Kimrey 'and R. A.
Chances At Stake
- (Continued Jrom page three)
be the battle of sophomores between
Duke's Glenn Price and Carolina's
Georee Glamack. Price, former Oak
Ridge Military School ace, has been a
guard stand-out all season. Glamack,
hot at times when his back-flip shots
are working, is fourth highest Tar
Heel scorer. h
"Duke looks mighty good to me.
They have a strong first team," Caro
lina coach Walter Skidmore said
yesterday afternoon at practice. Skid-
more saw the DavidsOn-Duke game.
'The Tar Heels took a hard drill yester
Carolina won the first game of
the series last year and Duke took the
final battle. It was that win over
Carolina, top team in the league last
season, that got Duke its tournament
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properly, is a good sport and not
dangerous in the least."
Keller has had his fill of sport in
the past two years that is if you
consider war sport. He fought m the
Abraham Lincoln Brigade, made iip of
American boys fighting for the Span
ish governments from March 1937, un
til last September, commanding' a bat
talion for a year.
Randy Dick Says
Journey North Was
Randy Dick, University junior, ob
ject of a search throughout the Caro-
linas and Virginia Wednesday, return
ed to Chapel Hill around 1:30 a. m.
yesterday," much surprised to learn his
Delta Psi fraternity brothers had
feared for his safety and had called
upon local and state police to seek his
He rode as far north as Richmond
on a transfer truck, he said, and at
Richmond decided to give up his "ad
venture," as he termed it. Dick dis
appeared Tuesday morning and his
absence became noticed later in the
day. Wednesday his fraternity
brothers reported to Chief W. T.
Dick said he was walking to class
Tuesday when a large truck stopped
and the driver, an acquaintance of his,
asked if he wanted a ride to Phila
delphia. On the spur of the moment
he ,accepted. He changed his mind
about the "adventure" at Richmond, he
said. He saw a show in the Virginia
capital Tuesday night and started out
early Wednesday hitch-hiking back to
J Police sought him in the Carolinas
and Virginia after his absence was
reported Wednesday, but Dick knew
nothing of local apprehension for his
safety until he appeared here safe and
sound Thursday. -
Thrilling Commercial Quiz
Offers Three Movie Passes
To Discuss War
(Continued front first page)
the movement through the scientists
Major Keller was once a choirboy,
later an elevator boy, and is a crack
amateur boxer, an accomplishment
which has helped him out of a tight
spot or two in Spain. Last April the
New York Times carried two stories
which told of Keller's harrowing ex
periences while lost behind the Insur
gent lines for six days.
In 1792 William Rl Davie and his j
nartv stormed beneath what is now
XT -t a - J.
known as Davie Poplar and chose the
towering tree as nucleus for a great
enterprise in education. -
Let the Daily Tab Heel keep your
friends at "home informed.
FOR RENT A single bed in a double
room next to bath. Steam heat, two
blocks from campus. Phone 5981.
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man in the backstroke are the most
consistent performers, but both will be
given plenty of competition by the
visitors' two stars, Ulrich and Ho-bart.
The men from Woodstock have had
good teams for years and still have
about the best prep school team in
Virginia, where they have been state
champions for the past six years. A
national interscholastic championship
in 1936 also is on the Massanutten
record. The visitors opened the year
by beating Western high of Washing
ton, D. C, 35-31. A week later they
beat Tome institute, 48-17, and re
peated their triumph over Western,
Mittmen Take On
(Continued from page three)
ness, came back to the squad as a
replacement for Cy Jones. In his two
battles he has lost each time, but last
week at VPI showed considerable im
provement and could even have been
given a draw.
Today Through 21
The Aqua-chromatic exhibit of wat
er colors, said to be one of the most
important exhibits of the year, will
be shown in Graham " memorial " today
through February. 21, it was an
nounced yesterday by Bob MagilL di
rector of Graham memorial.
4 A 'collection of paihiings by prom
inent artists all over the country, the
exhibit has '.been confined to aqua
chromatic water colors and the secret
of each artist is said to be revealed
through a square at the bottom of
each painting in which the colors used
have been placed by actual brush
Sponsored by the research labora
tories of M. Grumbacher, the exhibit
has been on display at the Grand Cen
tral art galleries recently and has
received the cooperation of many of
America's leading art institutions
such as the Tiffany Foundation, the
National Association of Women Paint
ers and Sculptors, and many museums
throughout the country.
Among the noted artists partici
pating in the exhibition are : Eliot
O'Hara, noted art educator and au
thor of well known books on water
color painting; Alpheus P. Cole, presi
dent of the New York Water Color
society; Gordon Grant, noted marine
painter; Stanley Woodward, one of
the five greatest marine painters in
the United States; Harry. E. Olsen,
Clyde ; Singer, Henry Pitz, Carroll
Bill and Karl Yens, all of whom have
received recognition both in this coun
try and abroad. Representatives of all
schools aire equally shown; conserva
tive and modern, abstract and non-objective,
' comprise these present-day
fine, art showings.
Each of the water colors is uniform
in size, each matted on mats of a size
large enough to permit easy viewing
from a considerable distance and each
is done on .specially prepared paper,
aged over 100 years and finely pro
cessed to insure permanency.
The . exhibit is expected to attract
many interested persons and it is be
lieved .that it will be most favorably
received in this section.
(Continued from first page)
proval of the proposal to set up a
Student Safety committee by voting
unanimously to do so although there
had been no discussion of the measure
on the floor. The committee is to have
judicial authority delegated from the
Student council over "matters of stud
ent negligence, "carelessness, reckless
ness, or general lack of responsibility
in handling an automobile; and will
do preventative educational work with
reference to automobile safety." Ap
pointed by the chairman, the committee
included Jack Vincent, chairman, Alan
Truex, and Voit Gilmore.
Also passed with little discussion
was the proposal to establish a com
mittee to investigate the debate fee
levy. The committee will investigate
the possibility of debate fee reduction
or diversion and will make its recom
mendation back to the legislature.
The most animated discussion of
the meeting grew out of a proposal to
Shows Wfll Be Easy To
Attend By Answering Contest
At 10 o'clock Saturday
By W. LOCKETT BEERMAN
Peace, quietude, and the usual
solemnity of the Daily Tab Heel's
editorial sanctum was disrupted yes
terday' afternoon when an individual
from the business office dropped by
with the long-awaited Ad Contest
"Fellow indigents," said the in
dividual, "I come on a mission of
utmost importance. The "sake of the
union is at stake, a are' our adver
tisers. For days the University popu
lace has been informed of the great
JAR HEEL Al contest and at last
I am able to dispense the glad tid
; Fortifying himself with a quick
shot and blushing deeply as he saw a
copy of 'The Buccaneer' on the edi
tor's desk, the person from the B. O.
hushed the mumur of the multitudes
and divulged the rules and regulations
of the commercial IQ quiz. '
The following questions must be
1. What is M. G. M.'s surprise pic
ture of 1939?
2. Where have you last seen a
3. Complete this word: R x.
4. Who or what is Prop?
5: Have you seen yours written in
italics lately T
Write the answers on a plain piece
of paper. (Our advertisers stationery,
please), sign your name (with Eveif
sharp, Shaeff ers, Parker, etc; or take
Incspotz's Simplified Course In How
To Write, and then, after donning a
Finchley suit, Bostonian shoes, and a
Botany tie, come by the TAR HEEL
business office. This is on the second
floor of Graham Memorial, and Mons.
Bert Halperin will be located there
Saturday morning, begining at 10:00.
He will grade the answers as they
come in, and the first person to score
100 per cent will be given three (3)
passes, good for admission to either
of the two movie emporiums in
"That's all there is to it," conclud
ed the business department represen
tative. "Three passes absolutely free
to the person who best answers the
five questions. Answers can be found
in the issues of the TAR HEEL for
this week. ,
Anyway, the contest is in all seri
ousness. Rules are simple, and can
be found buried, somewhere above.
Anyone is eligible to enter the contest
except those connected with the
Daily Tar Heel.
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o THE MERCURY
o THE LINCOLN ZEPHYR
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$725 to $1,540
Our stock of late model used cars is low
we vi offer you a good trade.
STROVTO MOTOR CO,
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alter the method of selection of cheer
leaders. Legislator Davis, by whom
the bill was introduced, explained that
there had been general campus criti
cisna of the "inefficiency of the
present method of choosing cheerlead
The proposal would nave modified
the plan to conform more closely to
the present method of selection of
managers of athletic teams. It pro
posed that there should be no more
than four sophomore leaders, two
junior leaders, and one senior, head
leader. The head leader with the Ath
letic council would have chosen the
sophomore and junior leaders from
those classes, while the head leader
would have been elected by the cam
pus from the two junior leaders.
After much discussion from the floor
concernnig its various provisions, the
bill was voted down by a small majority.
In accordance with the recommenda
tion of the Committee on 0rgani2a
tion and Procedure, three new mem
bers were added to the v"ays and
Means committee. The men elected by
the legislature were Allen Merrill,
Ned Hamilton, and Felix Markham.
Following the discussion and ! vote
on the final bill, Chairman Joyner
announced his committee appointments
to the special groups to investigate
the need, size and general student-value-received
benefit of the under
The committees, with their respec
tive members, are as follows : Publi
cations fee, Gilmore (chairman), El
liot, and Britt. Graham memorial,
Hobbs (chairman) , Raney, and Greg
ory. Student council, Wakely (chair
man) , Boak, Singleterry. Stuednt en
tertainment, Miss Cruickshank (chair
man) , McLemore, Hunter. Senior
class, Markham (chairman), Kline,
Pearson. Junior class, Wood (chair
man), Worley, Langsam. Sophomore
class, Bowles (chairman), Alexander,
Idol. Freshman class, Shore (chair
man). Edwards, Schurz. Women's
council, Miss Malone (chairman),
Miss Howard, Miss Tripp. Dormitory
fee. Nesbit, Vincent, Morgan.
On Triangle Meet
After a discussion of the recently
proposed action of the Student leg-j
islatare to appoint an investigation
committee on debate activities, the de
bate group issued this statement Wed
nesday night. "The Debate squad and
the Debate council will be glad to co
operate with any fact-finding commit
tee appointed by the Student legis
lature' Professor Olsen, adviser, gave the
squad information on the triangle de
bates which) are to be held April 20.
The other two members of the triangle
are George Washington university and
the University of Virginia. The Uni
versity will debate them negatively
and 'affirmatively on the query: Re
solved, That the United . States join
in an alliance with Great Britain and
France to prevent the spread of Fascism.
GIRLS THIS QUARTER
The only debate scheduled for this
quarter is one with the girl's team of
William and Mary on March 5. The
squad decided to have a try at humor
ous debate and sent the following
query to the 4 girl's group for consid
eration: Resolved, That emancipated
woman is a menace, or the emergence
of the woman from the home is to be
The Australian debaters have in
formed debate council Secretary Bill
Cochrane that they will be unable to
debate, as was previously announced.
Hot water runs through a faucet
faster than cold water.
By Elbebt Huttom
The rumor about Berigan's gouig
back to Goodman has been proven
false. It was merely something started
by a New York daily columnist.
We're sorry to see a good band
ruined by a too anxious drummer.
Those Shaw arrangements, character
ized by numerous rests, are no more.
Drummer Buddy Rich is using the
rests as spots for drum breaks, and
in our mind is ruining Artie's ar
rangements. It's not the real Shaw
Bowen, Hampton, Va.f boy
who played with Hal Thurston in
Rocky Mount a few years back, has
left Shaw's second chair to play first
with Harry James new band. We'd
like to take this opportunity to wish
a lot of success to James and to Jack
Teagarden whose band will also ap
pear in the near future.
7:15 Jimmie Fidler and what
there is about Hollywood, WLW, or
the old standbys, Lum and Abner,
7 :30 Jack Haley and Virginia Ver
rill and the Wonder Show. Don't for
get, if it's a good show it's a wonder,
WABC. You can also get Milt Herth
and his swing trio, KDKA.
8:00 What's my name, WLW, but
for some really good music, Lucille
Manners and Frank Black's ork,
8:30 Ray Noble's ork with Burns
and Allen, WDNC.
9:00 The Campbell" playhouse,
with Columbia's favorite desert island
girl, Madeline Carroll, WBT.
10:00 Grand Central Station and
the case of the missing bonds, WBT.
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The next meeting of the legislature
will be Thursday, February 23.