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Bota Theta Pi
Members of the Beta Theta Pi
fraternity have erected a Bronze
Plaque in memory of those broth
ers and pledges who lost their
lives in World War II.
. The plaque bears the names
of Thomas Ruff in Bledsoe,
Greensboro; Glenn Ulrich Brooks,
Jr., St. Petersburg, Fla.; Carlyle
C. Council!, Durham;" Lawrence
Flinn, Pittsburgh, , Pa.; Alon2o
Cleveland Hall, -' Greensboro;
Thomas Joseph O'Brien,. St. Pet
ersburg, Fla.; Crichton Pleasant
Sdyars, Winston-Salem; Charles
Digby Wardlaw, Plainfield, N. J.;
and Harry Winkler, Jr., Charlotte.
The plaque, which is framed in
natural walnut, is in a place of
honor over the. fireplace in the
Trophy 'Room , of the fraternity
house along with numerous pic
tures of other members and
. A picture of the - plaque, and
a picture of the room with the
plaque in place, has been sent,
along with a letter of dedication,
to ' each of - the parents of the
The Student Party will enter
tain its members and their friends
at a party at Webbs cabin Friday
night. The cost will be $1.50 per
person. All persons wishing to
go, either stag or drag, will meet
in front of Graham Memorial be
tween 7 and 8 p.m.
The Spanish Club will meet
tonight at Aggie's for supper at
6 o'clock. All persons wishing to
converse in Spanish are invited.
LISCOMB REPRESENTS UNC
Dr. Winifred L. Lipscomb of
Milwaukee, Wise, an alumna of
the University, will represent
Carolina March' 1- at exercises
celebrating the 100th anniversary
of the granting of the charter of
"The Significance of Sex" was
the topic of Mrs. Arnold Nash,
marriage counselor, when she was
guest speaker of the Tau Epsilon
Phi fraternity last Wednesday
night. Various topics included
physical and mental adjustments
before and after marriage.
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George Unlucky In Love
STORRS, Conn., Feb. 21 (UP)
George Washington, first in
the hearts of his countrymen, did
n't rate that well with the girl
next door, according to an
assistant history professor at the
University of Connecticut
George, whose birthday is cele
brated tomorrow, was 19 when he
courted his pretty 16-year-old
neighobor, Elizabeth Fauntleroy
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whose father was a wealthy
landowner, shipping and trading
magnate. Elizabeth said "No."
Young Washington tried again.
The answer sill was "no."
Albert E. Van Dusen of the
University of Connecticut and a
student of Washington's era, said
today that the later-to-be father
of his country was quick to take ?
"His diary never mentioned her
again," he said.
According to Van Dusen, young
Washington "had a normal inter
est in the young women of col
onial Virginia," but the attraction
was one-sided until, at the age of
27, he married Martha Dandridge
lie wooed a number of young
ladies, even wiota them poems.
Unlucky in his early loves, he
turned to surveying, farming and
then to the military.
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cal Care program being sponsored
in North Carolina.
Rather han a "multitude of
simultaneous building programs,"
Gray told the group that the three
branches of the University should
have a long range plan for per
manent improvements, set up in
line with their importance.
"Although many are needed,"
no new construction projects will
be requested now, Gray informed
The reason for the present
shortages of funds, created with
in the past six months, is enroll
nient drops due to the Korean
and world situation. Gray esti
mated that the student body' at
Chapel would be cut by 25 per
cent next fall.
University . Controller .- W. D.
Carmichael took the floor to plead
the case for the proposed budget.
At present, Medical School stu
dents are carrying 12 oer cent of
the expense load of the school.
If tuition is increased they will j
have to carry 20 per cent. Car- !
michael gave this as an example I
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ruch raise if possible.
However, lh;s request,
voiced by Gray, was not an of- : , j
iicial part or tlv3 appropriation
Aided by a series of charts, Car
michael explained to the solons
the situation the University is in
due to the present shortages.
Gray took the floor again at
the cession's end to make a final
plea. lie said his only fear was
that the University was "asking
for too little rather than . too
He asked for enough funds not
to "impair our progress."
"As the University goes, so
goes North Carolina," he finished.
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