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TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1951
CURTISS CANDY COMPANY
Will interview and accept applications for
sales distributors in Raleigh-Durham territory.' .
For appointment call or write our District Man
ager, Mr. Walter Teer, Phone 22532, Raleigh,
N. C, pr address inquiry to Mr. Teer at Box !
2S23, Raleigh, N. C. ' ' ' '
Applicant must be in a-position to put up ;
substantial cash deposit, must be a willing work
er, good personality, with reputation that will
bear investigationand must be between ages
of 21 and 40. Average earnings for distributors
in excess of $75.00 weekly and some earning
more than $100.00 weekly. '
Choose the best suit in America
OUR OWN FAMOUS f
We're so sure you'll like
this spring suit that we
guarantee it uncondition
ally. Only The SPORT SHOP
has this famous suit . . . and
we have styles, sizes and
colors to suit any man.
Come in now and look at
the wide range of sizes to
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SPRING TONE-UP TIME
The man who drives this car is putting his
LIFE in the hands of the man who services
his brakes. That's why it's so important to
be SURE that only experienced hands touch
your brake- system. Our men are trained to
work on all car makes and models. Drive in
for. service, today!.
POE MOTOR CO
(Poe-Marigum Auio Service)
'PouMesA's Cob Dispatcher
Dr. Reef, Phi
By Rolfe Neill
Wandering around the Phi Delt
House with a toothsome smile on
his face' is Dr. Reet, whose 17
years as nouseboy gives him claim
to the oldest position of this sort
on campus. v
Reet, who doubles in every
thing from straightening the
house's library to tending bar at
parties, will be 40 in June. Born
in Durham County in 1911 as
Matthew Mason, he became Dr.
Reet in 1938 when an exuberant
Phi named him after a f loorshow
character then popular in New
Probably one of the best reas
ons Phi Delt grads of years past
remember Reet is because he re
members them. Reet can remem
ber the name and face of every
brother who has been through
since 1934. :
His job at the house from 7
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is based on campus leadership and
service, character, and personal
integrity. To be initiated into tfie
Grail is the highest honor which
can come to a sophomore.
The annual Grail banquet was
held at Bartlett House near Dur
ham .last night. Grail Alumnus
Kay Kyser delivered the principal
address to alumni of the Grail
as well as the old and new active
members. In its 31year history
at Carolina the Grail- has initi
ated 441 men, many of whom are
outstanding leaders in state and
Wiliam S. Roth, Oteen, is Del
egata of the Grail this year, and
was in charge of the initiation and
Ping Pong Meet
Today is the last day for stu
dents to register for the second
annual Graham Memorial ping
s The contest is open to all stu
dents, and participants must sign
up in the main, office of Graham
Memorial. Preliminaries will take
place this week with finals to be
played in the main lounge of the
student union building.
First prize is $10.
The preparation of leather
similar to that which still goes
into the soles of your shoes is
the oldest craft known to man.
STUDENTS DESIRING PRIVATE
eoaehimT m .mathematics and elemen
tary statistics please write Box 813
PHII.CO COMBINATION RADIO
TELEVISION. Beautiful Modern Con
sole. AM & KM-All speed phonograph
Excellent condition Apt. 5B Glen
Lennox. Phone 2652:1. (1-G7U6-4)
USED. COMPLETELY REBUILT
itien a bicycle in excellent condition,
new seal, paml.. chain guard, basket,
and lock. $20.00. Also Webster Wire Re
corder in fine shape recently over
hauled by engineer. Good microphone
and ,5 hours of wire included. $(i5.00.
Jail Reese Felts at. K-3021 or cnine by
Jib Aycock and see them. ( 2-cb7!)8-2 1
HCaTSETRAILER 25 FT. WITH IS- x 11'
room attached. Excellent i cpndition.
Ideal for 2 or 3. Rignt price. :S0 Uni
versity trailer Court or call Mark
lendei-faon !)0;51. (NC Stall)
Bennett, and Bloeksidcje, Inc.. Phone
dlbl, 105 E. Franklin Street. (Chg. lxl)
USED APAHTMKNT - SIZE
one used Westinsliouse range.
GRADE TEACHERS NEEDED. CALIF,
towns and cities. Also N. Mex., Fla.
Salaries $3000 up. Also need Commerce,
Home Ec., English. Music. Teachers
Specialists Bureau, Boulder, Colo.
LOST: OVAL ONYX RING DIAMOND
chip insets gold band, vicinity Port
Hole Restaurant. Main Street Lost
April 7, Reward $10. Notil'v 1001 Watts
litreet, Durham, X-12iKi. (l-e(7D5-2
LOST: BETWEEN VET'S CLUB AND
gym or near Kenan Dorm, one dangling
earrmg-Kold, set with dark red stones.
Sentimental value. Contact Margie
Kverette. :07 Kenan Dorm. $10.00 re
ward. , 2-t7i3-4)
PARKEU PENCIL BETWEEN MUR
phey and Wilson yesterday. If lound,
nlease call Ann Williams, 2-9i8ti after
BLACK BRIEF CASE WITH SEVERAL
manila lolders and brown portable
radio. Retuurn to YMCA if found.
, 1 (1-6800-1)
There will be a reactivation
meeting of the Wilmington-Carolina
Club tonight at 7:30 in Gra
ham Memorial, Roland Parker
Lounge 1. Plans for a beach party
will be discussed and officers will
The new-, organized fUNC
Press Club will hold an important
meeting tonight at 8 o'clock in
Roland Parker Lounge 2, Gra
ham Memorial. This will take the
place of last week's canceled
All members of Tau Kappa Ep
silon now on campus are asked
to stop by Dean of Students Fred
Weaver's office as, soon as pos
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The other actors in the cast are
Anne Leslie and Mel Hosansky,
Jamaica, N. Y.: Leonora Town
send, Durham; Henbert Wenig,
Munich, Germany; Pat Jewel,
After the final curtain on each
night, Samuel Selden will lead
an informal discussion on the
merits and the method of produc
tion. The current Gregorian calen
dar fails by 26 seconds per year
to represent the true year.
a.m. to 5 p.m. each day is only
half of his day's work, however.
After 5 o'clock each afternoon he
reports in to Hollywood Cab Co.
where he is dispatcher. He has
held two jobs continuously since
coming here in 1928.
"I've had to," explains the
good-natured Reet, "I've got six
children and rny wife." His oldest
boy, who is 21, attends Morris
town College in Tennessee.
Probably the thing which stands
out in Reel's mind is a bit of cal
culation one of the brothers did
for him a few days ago; They
figured Reet has' made up 178,
500 beds since he's been house
boy for the Phi Delts.
At that, Reet flushed slightly
aird .admitted that "my own bed
at home is unmade right now."
Dr. William deB. MacNider,
Kenan Research Professor of
Pharmacology emeritus at the
University, is in Philadelphia at
tending the annual meeting of the
American Philosophical Society.
Membership in the Society is con
sidered one of the highest honors
in the worjd of learning.
Universify Club. Elects
Duffield Smith Prexy
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your injector razor...
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largest vote will be acclaimed Mr.
Ugly, 1951. '
The pictures will be 'taken down
Friday afternoon and the vote
tallied in time for announcement
of the winner at the Carnival that
All proceeds taken in by the
voting will go to the Cancer
Last year, when the contest was
staged for the first time, David
"Mo" Huntley won the honor.
Mark McCormack, number two
player on the William and Mary
golf team, was Chicago high
school champion in 1947.
Duffield Smith, rising senior
from Dallas, Tex., and retiring
treasurer of the University
Club, has been elected pres- ,
ident of the group to succeed
Barbara Sanf ord, Leaksville,
was chosen historian under the
newly created office. In describ
ing the job for this new." official, -Smith
said the club felt some
one was needed to collect clip
pings of publicity the organi
zation receives. ; ' : . .
Other officers elected were
Charles Highsmith, Greensboro,
vice-president; Erline 'Griff inu.
Goldsboro, secretary, and Bud
dy Herman, Winston-Salem,
. Rounding out this year's ac
tivity, the Club will put on its
annual carnival on Navy Field
this Friday. It will sponsor High
School Day here, also an an
nual occurrence, Saturday, May
The University Cluub is re
sponsible for the organization
of all pre-f ootball game pep
rallies in the fall, for enter
taining many visiting groups on
campus, and for taking care of
student transportation to away
games. -- - - :
Better decorate the room
with some learned books.
205 East Franklin Street
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BULL'S HEAD BOOKSHOP
Paul G. Hoffman: , '
.PEACE CAN BE WON $1
Friday, April 27ih. 8:15 P.M.
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ALL SEATS RESERVED MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED NOW
Please enclose self addressed and stamped envelope
ORCHESTRA $4.20 $3.60 FIRST MEZZANINE $4.20
FIRST BALCONY $3.60 SECOND BALCONY $3.00
COLORED MEZZANINE 1.80 .... COLORED BALCONY $1.20
ONLY MAIL ORDERS FILLED NOW Box Office Opens Apr. 20
TICKETS NOW ON SALE: Roadshow Boxoffice in Lobby
AT THE ,u.i
Honoring the Following -.M.
2 Free Beers
13 Club: Tuesday, 24ih
DKE: Wednesday, 25th
Sigma Chi: Thurs., 26th
Sigma Phi E.: Monday, 30ih
Phi Delta Chi: Tuesday, 1st
Phi Delta Theta:' Thurs.. 2d
Some Dates Still Open. Please
make arrangements eaily.
4 Great Beers on Tap
Ballanrine Beer Ale Bock
For your home parties:
CASE BEER: 4:60 plus tax
KEG BEER: 19.90 plus tax
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you're not using or you have outgrown to
GROSSMAN'S in Carrboro and I will buy
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I will call. . ; ,
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Fine tobacco- and only fine tobacco can give you
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