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Chinese, Dutch and Mexican
Envoys to SpeakThis Quarter
Bv Walter Klein
International Illations club has signed Chinese Ambassador Dr.
Hu Shih for an address Tuesday, Netherlands Minister Dr. Alex
ander Loudon to speak February 18 and Mexican Ambassador Dr.
Don Francisco Castilla Najera for a speech March 10.
Roger Mann'IR'C president, with that announcement yesterday
revealed that Dr. Hu, Dr,
Will Discuss War
Castilla contracted with the IRC for
appearances at Chapel Hill as initial
links in the organization's new Victory
Series a chain of unprecedented ad
dresses by famous representatives of
all major Allied powers.
Chiang Kai Shek's Ambassador, sent
from warring China, has already ac
Several hundred school officials and
teachers from all sections of the State
are to gather at the University Friday
and Saturday for a Conference on "The
Classroom Teacher in the Emergency."
The Conference is sponsored by the I
jcepted IRC's request to participate in
an open discussion following Tuesday
Officials have not yet received word
of the topic of His Excellency's ad
dress. However, the "Father of the
Chinese Renaissance" is expected to
Department of Classroom Teachers in 1 analyze China's war map for its all-
cooperation with the State Department
of Public Instruction and the consoli
Its purpose, according to Mrs. Annie
Laurie McDonald of Hickory, presi
dent of .the Department of Classroom
Teachers of the North Carolina Edu
cation Association, is to "develop
through discussion better and clearer
ideas of the opportunities which the
individual teacher and teacher groups
in North Carolina have for furthering
measure of natural security, in their
Governor to Speak
Highlight of the two-day conference
will be an address by Governor J. Mel
.ville Broughton Friday night at 7:30
at the Carolina Inn. The Governor
will be introduced by Dr. Clyde A.
Erwin, State Superintendent and will
speak on "What North Carolina Ex
pects of Its Classroom Teachers in the
Governor Broughton's address will
be followed by a symposium on "De
mands of the National Emergency on
Community and Educational Resour
ces," to be led by T. S. Johnson, Direc
tor of Civilian Defense in the State.
Here This Weekend
out offensive against the Japanese, its
part in post-war Far Eastern affairs,
its politics, its people, its progress
Dr. Hu's address will take place inJ
Memorial hall at 9:15. It will not be
broadcast, it was learned, to allow the
Ambassador to "voice opinions freely.
IRC will stage an honorary banquet for
the Chinese emissary and other digni
taries at the Carolina Inn at 7 o'clock
Tuesday. Immediately after the open
forum club officials will give Hu Shih
a reception in Graham Memorial.
Mann warned that although the three
envoys are fully signed, they can ex
ercise their right to postpone their
speeches in the event of further im
portant war moves in China, the Dutch
East Indies and in Mexico. Dr. Hu
was scheduled for a Chapel Hill speech
during critical negotiations with Presi
dent Roosevelt shortly -before the at
tack on Pearl Harbor and was forced
The open discussion will give the Me
morial hall audience the opportunity
to question Hu Shih on vital news and
policies in the Far East war theater.
It is then that IRC expects. the Am
bassador to disclose his most straight
For his February 18 address Dr.
Loudon will be accompanied by his
wife, Mada Loundon, who aids in con
duct of negotiations in the Dutch-in-
Slated for Tonight
Featuring melodies both classical
and popular, s tonight's "blackout"
concert will be held in the main
lounge, of Graham Memorial at 7:30.
. Corresponding with the latter
part of the program which is yet to
be chosen are the following classic
selections: "Liebstraum," by Liszt;
"Without a Song;" "Someday 'Hell
Come Again" from "Madame But
terfly" and "My Name is Mimi" from
"La Boheme," by Puccini; Gounod's
"Ave Maria;" "Overture from Tann
hauser" by Wagner; Tschaikowsky's
"Andante Cantabile;" Rubenstein's
"Eammennor Ostrow;" "Miserere"
from "II Trovatore" by Verdi; "II
Guarny Overture" by Gomez; "Sex
tette from Lucia" by Donizetti;
"Moonlight Sonata" by Beethoven;
and "Jealousy" by Gade.
Pamphlet Tells How
"No , University 'as usual'" writes
President Frank P. Graham in "The
University in the War," eight-page
pamphlet printed by the Administra
tion and distributed to key persons and
points throughout the state and South.
Stating that this war must be won
at all costs, the University head em
phasized that "we must make many
sacrifices" as he lists the resources and
intensified program of the Consolidated
University which have been dedicated
to the mighty war-effort.
Bound in a red-white-and-blue paper
cover, tne pampmet nas oeen sent to
members of the State legislature, Uni
versity trustees, university heads
throughout the nation, principles of
state high schools and key officials and
citizens in the South.
Jap Warship Torpedoed;
US Tanker Sunk, 56 Lost
Ireland to Build Army of 500,000 Men;
Senate Passes Air Raid Insurance Bill
By United Press
WASHINGTON A battalion of bluejackets and marines has
been formed and is fighting; side by side with General Douglas
MacArthur's American and Filipino soldiers on Bataan peninsula,
a navy communique disclosed last night.
A communique also revealed that the 5,400 ton naval tanker
Neches has been torpedoed and sunk
by an enemy submarine in an uniden
tified area, with 56 men missing and
Offsetting this, the navy reported
that a torpedo boat from the United
States Asiatic fleet was believed to
have torpedoed an enemy warship af
ter stealing into Manila Bay under
cover of darkness. '
It was understood that the marine
battalion, which may include as many
as 800 men, was formed from forces
which remained in the Philippines af
ter the United States naval base at
Cavite was abandoned. Thus, no land
ing of reinforcements apparently was
DUBLIN Eire must build an army
of 500,000 men, "trained to fight as
well as any men on earth," because
the danger to this neutral country is
increasing, Prime Minister Eamon de
Valera said yesterday.
MOSCOW The Red Army, racing
against springtime to shatter the Ger
See NEWS BRIEFS, page 4.
Sophs to Adopt
To Pass Budget
To Be Distributed
To Student Rooms
Expenditures Bill Revisions
To Be Discussed Be fore Group
Student legislature meeting tonight at 7:30 o'clock in Phi hall, will take
up the newly proposed revisions in the Political Expenditures Bill, presented
by Bucky Harward, chairman of the elections committee.
Sweeping cuts in campaign expenditures typify the proposed revision, which
has been tentatively approved by rep-
resentatives of both Student and Uni
Cutting the amount of money to be
- The North Carolina Methodist Stu
dent conference will hold its annual
meeting here this weekend. The ses
sions will open at 3 :30 Friday and close
at noon Sunday, and between 150 and
200 delegates are expected from col
leges throughout the State.
The University and the Wesley
Foundation here will be hosts to the
gathering. H. A. Scott, Jr., of Duke,
is president of the conference. W. H.
Lewis, of Carolina, is secretary-treasurer.
Edith Fore, of Chapel Hill, is
head of the University Wesley Foun
dation. Theme of the 1942 gathering will be
"The Student in Christian World Re
construction." Leading guest speakers
will be Dr. Harold Ehrensperger from
the national office, and Richard T. Ba
ker, who is a member of the staff of
See METHODIST, page U
iNaval Cadet Officer
To Be Here Tomorrow
Lt. W. G. Grover of the Naval Avia
tion Cadet Selection Board will be in
South building tomorrow to assist stu
dents in applying for appointment as
Naval Aviation Cadets.
Not Oar Boy
Sport pages in state papers recently
have devoted much copy to blaspheming
a certain photographer who duped them
thoroughly. . Said photog had sent them
pix of the first Wake Forest-Carolina
game and labeled them as being
snapped at the second encounter.
This is just to put matters straight
Hugh Mortoj, Daily Tar Heel camera
man extradinaire, was not the guilty
party. The guilty party was a Duke
The University's stepped-up pro
gram, instituted 20 months before the
Pearl Harbor incident, was cited by
the War department and recommended
as a pattern for educational institu
tions, Dr. Graham states.
"We will provide every type of war
training that can be taught adequate
ly and effectively, within the limits of
our facilities and resources," the Ad
ministration leader promises.
The Consolidated University shifts
into "high-gear" with the full, year
'round, four-quarter system instituted
on the Chapel Hill campus and at State
college, in Raleigh, and the "entrance-
by-examinations" setup provided for
superior students not holding a high
Evidence of the new program was
the admittance of 20 high school gradu-
See GRAHAM ISSUES, page U
Are Now Available
Student Entertainment passbooks
may be obtained in the lobby of Me
morial hall today. It is liecesary to
have a passbook before reserved seats
may be secured for "Pirates of Pen
zance," it was announced.
legally spent on campaigns up to and
including the day of elections to
$12.50 for major campus offices and
$7.50 for others, the bill is expected
to "pass the legislature with no trou
The bill also provides that no politi
cal party shall expend more than fifty
dollars in campaign expenses, and that
both candidates and parties submit
itemized accounts of all expenses to
the elections committee. All cases of
violation will be turned over to the
Student council for appropriate action.
Under the proposed revision no par
ty shall expend money for freshman
offices .and no freshman candidate
shall expend more than five dollars for
In case of run-off s, the proposal
stipulates that no candidate shall
spend more than the amount left be
tween the legal expenditures and the
sum already spent.
US Naval Officer
To Be in Raleigh
During This Month
'The Pirates of Penzance'
Gilbert and Sullivan Comic Opera Is Slated
For Two Shows Starting Tomorrow Night
Vv': ' f
t .-. im ii i n i i
John W. Parker
"The Pirates of Penzance," Gilbert
and Sullivan comic opera to be present
ed by the Carolina Playmakers and the
Music department ' under the sponsor
ship of the Student Entertainment
Series in Memorial hall tomorrow and
Friday nights at 8:30 is being knit to
gether by three directors, all specialists
in their fields.
John W. Parker, assistant director
and business manager of the Playmak-
ers, is staging the production. Prof.
Clyde Keutzer of the Music department
is conducting the music, and Miss Eliz
abeth Waters, director of the profes
sional dance troups, "Dancers En
Route," is directing the choreography.
Parker has directed many hits be
fore, among them last quarter's pro
duction of "Abe Lincoln in Illinois,"
See GILBERT, SULLIVAN, page 4
Sponsored by UNC
A six-weeks "intersession" program
in eraduate education, aesignea to
meet the requirements for graduate
and principals', certificates, will be
sponsored by the University Division
of Teachers Education in Chapel Hil
rom May 1 to June 6, it was announc
ed here today by Prof. Guy B. Phil
lips of the Education department and
director of the Summer Session.
"This program has been planned to
meet the needs of teachers and admin
istrators who work in the state schools
which operate for only eight months,"
he said. "This group will be able to
complete the same amount of work
that is available in a regular summer
term of six weeks."
The program, limited to 50 persons,
will be organized to fit into the regular
summer program and expenses will be
the same as for a six-weeks' term of
the Summer Session.
Professors will be Dr. Roy Morri-
son, Dr. VV. Carson ityan, neaa oi tne
University Division of Education;
Dr. W. E. Rosenstengel, Dr. E. W.
Knight, Dr. J. S. Tippett, and Dr. A.
Spencer io Sponsor
Informal Tea Today
Spencer, hall sponsors an informal
tea this afternoon from 4:30 until 6
o'clock. Hostesses will be Miss Mar
jorie Strass of Baltimore and Miss Kay
Goold of Raleigh. The affair is open
to the public.
Lt.-Commander J. J. Tunney, USNR,
will be at the Navy Recruiting Station
in Raleigh on February 26, 27, and 28
to interview students interested in en
listing in the Naval Reserve asphysi-
cal instructors in Class V-6, United
States Naval Reserve. The title accom
panying this position is Chief Special
ist (A) (Acting Appointment), Class
V-6, USNR. ,
Those who wish to apply must be
between 21 and 33, hold a degree in
physical education, and have had prac
tical experience in physical education!
work. Application must be made at
Raleigh in person with a copy of the
student's official transcript, a birth
certificate, and a photograph of the
applicant, about 2" by 2". Appoint
ments may be made in advance by
mail, but the other material must not
Because there is place for only a
limited number, the selections will be
based on the applicant's academic
background, experience and leadership
The interview with Lt.-Commander
Tunney. does not obligate the Navy de
partment to accept the applications for
In a new attempt to bring about ap
proval of the class budget, a new plan
was announced yesterday by sopho
more president, Dotson Palmer.
Under the new plan one mimeo
graphed copy of the budget will be put
in each dormitory and fraternity house
and sophomore members of those resi
dences will take the copy to each soph
omore in his own house for his signa
ture of approval or disapproval.
The proposal will be explained to
night at a joint meeting of the sopho
more executive and finance committees
at 7:30 in 111 Murphey hall. A new
class legislator will also be elected by
the committees to replace Marshall
The budget plan wil be put into ac
tion tomorrow and it is expected to be
completed by Friday, Palmer stated.
The proposal will take the place of
the old system of trying to lure a quo
rum into Memorial hall at chapel hour.
In the first attempt to have the soph
omore budget passed, only 75 members
of the class appeared. 1
At a meeting last night of the soph
omore dance committee further plans
for completing arrangements for the
class dance were discussed.
The complete budget is as follows:
total charges and estimated income,
$2400; auditing and bookkeeping, $10;
j supplies and general expenses, $20;
Yackety Yack and, Wootten-Moulton
expenses, $1695; debts, $20; dance,
$400; CYA, $100; Sophomore Day,
$155; total, $2400.
FBI Agent Speaks
Today in Gerrard
Initiating a series of classes, pre
sented by OSCD for the civilian pro
tection program, Mr. D. S. Hostetter,
special Federal Bureau of Investigation
agent, will lecture today in Gerrard
hall at 1:45.
Visiting Chapel Hill from FBI Of
fices in Washington, Hostetter will
speak on civilian protection during air
raids. Special attention will be paid
to protection against incendiary bombs
and poison gas.
"All students who volunteered for
air raid warden positions or fire watch
er posts in the OSCD drive should at-
tend this meeting without fail," said
Louis Harris, student coordinator.
Part of a series offered by the In
stitute of Government, the Hostetter
lecture will be the first of the classes
in civilian protection that the OSCD
is organizing for all students' who vol-
unteered. Tie-up of civilian defense
material in Washington is the only
drawback to the program as it has been
Bradley and Boogie Woogie
Move into Carolina Saturday
"Boogie woogie," as interpreted by tory council, Grail, and Daily Tar Heel
Will Bradley and his famous band, staff.
comes to the Chapel Hill campus this Bradley mounts the bandstand in the
weekend as the Interdormitory council purple and white cabanna of the Tin
and the Order of the Grail join forces Can Saturday night for the last dance
m presenting tne traditional inter- oi tne set irom y until iz o ciock. in
dorms set of dances. ' .' an effort to slash expenses, the figure,
Freddie Johnson and his campus or- with accompanying flowers, has been
chestra lead off the activities when they eliminated to be replaced with no-break
play for the first of the weekend series dances, George Coxhead, exchequer of
of dances Friday night f rom . 9 until the Grail, announced. Admission to the
o'clock in the Tin Can. Dormitory Saturday night dance will be $1.10.
residents have been issued bids to the Graham Memorial will hold an open
informal dance. house for dance-goers and their dates
Stopping over for a onecnight stand, Friday night immediately following the
Bradley will continue, the set with a informal dance, to last until 3 o'clock.
public concert Saturday afternoon and Bill Cochrane, Director of the union,
informal dance Saturday night, climax- stated that no stags would be allowed.
ing the weekend of sports events, house Special arrangements have, been
parties, and open houses. made with the athletic association for
With proceeds to swell the dorm so- a 300-seat section on the student side
cial room fund, the public concert will at the Duke-Carolina basketball game
be held in Memorial hall from 5 until Saturday night, it was announced.
6 o'clock. Tickets went'on sale yester- Tickets for students-dates may be
dav at 35 cents per counle and 20 cents bought from members of the Interdorm-
jstag, from members of the Interdormi- See BOOGIE WOOGIE, page b