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FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1951
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To Lead Prats
For Next Year
Chi Phi and Zeta Beta Tau fra
ternities have completed election
of officers for the coming year.
Allen Tate, Gaffney, S. C, has
been elected to lead the Alpha Al
pha chapter; of Chi Phi for 1951
52. Other officers are .Vice-President
Bob Averette, Fayette ville;
Secretary Al Moofe, Miami, Fla.;
Treasurer, d Williams, Seven
Springi; Setgeant-atArfhs Ran
dy Shives, Liricolnton; Historian
Bill Faulkner, Chicago, 111.;
Interfraternity Council Repre
sentatives Al Moore and Jim Hol
liday; House Manager Bob John
son; Intramural Managers Neal
Satterfield and Jim Holliday;
Rushing Chairman Jim .Words
worth, and Alumni Advisor Roy
Newly elected president of Al
pha Ei chapter of Zeta Beta Tau
is Ted Frankel of Atlanta, Ga.
Other new officers are Vice-President
Bob Goodman, El Paso, Tex
as; Secretary Alan Heilig, Kins
ton; Treasurer Bill ' Karesh,
Greensboro; Historian Herb Cohn,
Chattanooga, Tenn.; Membership
Chairman Gene Oberdorfer, At
lanta, Ga.; Social Chairman Bar
ry Kalb, Maplewood, N. J.; House
Manager Alan Srochi, Atlanta,
Ga., and Publicity Chairman Herb
Cohn, Chattanooga, Tenn.
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Tau Epsiloh Phi and Pi Lamb
da Phi fraternities announce their
new actives, having, recently
completed initiation ceremonies.
New initiates of Omega chapter
of Tau Epsilon Phi are Pledge
President Al Levine, Rocking
ham; Vice-President Buddy Fauf
ihari,. Baltirhore; 'Md.; Secretary
Ken Myers, Miami,t Fla.; Treasur
er Carl Goldfarb, Charlotte; Bud
dy Goodman, Norfolk, Va.; Sam
my Strouse, Folt Mill, S. C. ; Bob
Balkin, Forest Hills, N. Y.; Fred
Lehrhaupt, Staten Island, N. Y.;
Harold Rabhan, High Point;
Harvey Tilles, High Point; Bud
dy Herman, Winston-Salem; El
liot Rose, Durham; Leonard
Grodsky, Durham; Milton Mann,
Raeford; Mel Schwartz, Wilming
ton; Bill Zukerman, Greensboro;
Fred Schilds, Conway, S. C; Bar
ry Kalin, Hendersonville; Ronnie
Levin, Williamston; Roger Ack
erman, Wallace, and Murray Pol
Recently initiated into member
ship of Omega Beta chapter of Pi
Lambda Phi are Sam Lerner,
Lincolnton; John Cronscm, New
Rochelle, N. Y.; Seymour Rubin,
Asheville, and Gene Rosenthal,
Miami, Fla. '
Following the initiation cere
monies the new brothers were en-
anterbury Club Elects
New Officers, Sets Talk
New chairman of the Canter
bury Student Vestry is John
Schnorrenberg, elected at the
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Pretzels, peanuts, potato
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annual Student Congregational
Other officers are Vice Presi
dent Bert Newton, Secretary Ron
ald Woodruff, and Treasurer Joyce
Elected to replace graduating
members of the Student Vestry
were Dayton Estes, Erwin Hes
ier, Payne Jackson, Betty Ray,
and Fred Vogler. Old member
remaining on the new vestry are
John Denharn, David Woodruff,
arid, Bill Pregnall, president of
Bible Discussion will be held as
Usual Sunday morning in the Par
ish House at 9:30, with hot dough
huts and coffee served.
"Christianity and Higher Edu
cation" will , be" the subject of
Dr. Claiborne S. Jones at the Can
terbury Club Sunday evening.
Dr. Jones, now Associate Profes
sor of Zoology, received his A.B.
at Hampden-Sidney in 1935, his
MA, 1940, and Ph.D., 1944, at
the University of Virginia.
Psychology and Sociology Majors
The Institute of Living, one of the foremost hospitals in
the field of Psychiatric Rehabilitation has vacancies for
you in a lay capacity. Residence is provided on attrac
tive city campus in addition to basic salary and the
sue of recreational facilities. There are a; limited number
of staff appointments available as Psychiatric Aide.
- Miss Barbara St, John
200 Retreat Ave.
tertained at a banquet at-the
chapter house. Receiving the
Outstanding Pledge award was
Gene Rosenthal of Miami, Fla.
With Die Daily Tdr safely abed,
Noses eastward, beachwdTd we
No copy to write, we'll roast on
Happy holidays folks, it's really
Are To Meet
Three church groups are plan
ning activities for this coming
The Westminister Fellowship
meeting, at 6:15 Sunday night in
the Presbyterian Annex, will dis
cuss "Labor Problems". Mem
bers will also meet for a picnic
lunch Saturday at the home of
George Worth where they will
plan for next year's activities.
The Baptist Student Union will
be host to Miss Beverly Neilson
at 6 p.m. at the supper f urum,
when Miss Neilson will be pre
sented as guest speaker by Jarr.es
W. Ray, state secretary of the
Baptist Student Union. Miss Neil
son will serve this summer as a
missionary in Hawaii, sponsored
by BSU's throughout North Car
olina. The Wesley ans will have their
supper at 6 p.m. Sunday night,
followed by a worship program
CO O L
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able for Wearing on Hot Summer Days.
We Have Them In Regulars, Shorts and
For Youf Beach Weekend We Have A
Large Assortment of Carolina Bathing
Trunks-Also Sport Shirts By Catalinia
! The Beta Chi chapter of Kap
pa". Delta has held its first elec
tion since the establishment of
tne' chapter here. Pledge officers
for" ' spring quarter have been
elected to serve until perman
ent officers are chosen in May.
Nancy Jordan of Great Neck,
N. Y.', has been elected president
of the group. Other officers are
Vice-President Amy Wilson, Shel
ky, Secretary Barbara Garrett,
Chapel Hill; Treasurer Jean
Churchill, Wilmington, and Rush
Chairman Martha Nash, Blue
field, W. Va.
Conference Is Slated
Plans are now being made for
a student conference on a "Court
ship and Marriage" to be held
here soon. It will be for all Car
olina students, -particularly those
engaged, pinned, or marrieci.
The florifeernce will include
four, evening sessions ' with mov
ies and talks by Mrs. Arnold Nash,
Dr. Reuben Hill, and others. One
of the highlights will be the per
sonal discussions that may bo
scheduled with the conference
Some of the problems scheduled
for the session are;-What are-the
proper techniques of. courtship?
How important is it four a couple
to have common interest, ideals,
and life purposes? How is real
happiness in marriage obtainable?
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