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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 OE1AFEL HILL, N. C
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- jISSkwc? construction work .cssl'J
K TTMeft VSO ftfl Vi1 j 1 1
ins psejjisnifc -ha, reached a. nesr
" standstiU due to. the present A. F.
of L. Carpenters Union strike in
the Durham-Chapel area archi
tects sure rushing to complete plans
lor two new structures.
It is hoped , that plans for a
psychiatric wing for the new
teaching hospital and the south
"wing of the medical school build
ing will be prepared within.the
next two weeks.
Meanwhile contractors are as
sembling materials in the Medical
Center area on Pittsboro road in
order to begin construction of the
$325,000 medical school north
wing as soon as the strike ends.
Also to be built is an obstetrical
portion of the hospital and a 1 00-1
bed tubercular hospital
Striking carpenters yesterday
studied a proposal made by Fed
eral -and State mediators for
settlement, but in the end came j
up with one of their own. j. The appointment was made at
A spokesman said no meeting insA's annual national conven
has been scheduled between rep- t jcn Aug. 31 at Minneapolis; Minn,
resentatives, of the union and ccn- Kfur.ny was among the six dele-tractors-but
added that the new gates from the University.
proposal might be maae through
RetH Brewer of the U. S. Media-
fr qrvi ' -
Brewer, however, is reportedly
; in Winstonalem at the present
r for a labor-manageJcaent meeting
in . the McLean T!ruskihg Co
strike. i : - ' '. y?: ' '-:":
The TB hospital which will
.cost; approximately $1,100,000,
will; be administered, jointly by
the University 'and the State's
tubercular hospital ( system of
which it is actually sa part.
The obstetrical clinic will con4
sist of thar present lithird (top)J
floor of the Infirmary and a new?
fourth fLoox with, f corridor con-
nectionswith the main hospital, i
The hospital itself is expected
to be ready for use by April, the
dental school by next: Septsmbsr,
and the medical school; operating
on a four-year basis I in the fall;
of 1952. I ii-. :: ' '
Exactness of these dates, how
ever, depends upon; ' the len gth
of the' strike, govemmentil ap-l
. (Sze "Building Pajrc &)
SP Maf s Monday
:'"Tha SJaadft Tasty will hold
iSs first mssiing ; of. iKa new
sh&& yser ai S o'clock Metday
nSsht is Roland Parker Lounge
party . Ciiaixraan,
This meet tag is especial!'' fcr
naw students, he si-d, aad ex-
Jmld a "prsrpsiual we-lcoTET"
So aaycae interested in seller
siud&yd gc-erusreni. '
Prideni of the Student Body
Kanrf Bc-wexs, Cced ;; Senate
Sjssaker J'oa Fe. NaHoaal
' Stsidnt3 AsoiaJion Chfsirsnaa
Barry Farher. and oiHes- P
fflezniMTS will bm o hand ac
' cordig to Masa. .
Masott xiended aa mviia
lioa to- veryon aad rat'S isd
ihem to hTun a frim?.
Carolina has a student in the
United Nations. '
Genial Dick Murphy, the Uni-
jversity's former student attorney-
general, was elected this summer
ay tne JNauonai tuaents Asso
ciation -to a j three-year seat on
the United Nations Economic So
cial, and Cultural Organization
! Murphy, a
t student from Baltimore, has
served as regional chairman of
NSA. He has been prominent in
campus activities here since he
entered Carolina in 1947.
Murphy will attend UNESCO's
three annual meetings, and after
the first year he will be, eligible
for committee appointment. ...
He is a member of Phi Betta
and tiic Order of the
- GJdea. FteeceJ
j ; DotiiK - Prcblcrrss
Quoialioa from lb Rttsfamaa
CoivosIor's Handbook: Trhe
'dating prcblera' can be explain
ed in ttnos of the woman shorl
age . ezd tha ag difference
witliouS aspersions fo the coed
-By O. Mac Yhiia ""-
f There are all kinds of places to
drinkibeer in Chapel Hill.
"You can drink beer uptown or
I downtown, inside or outside, in
trees or cn the ground. Now you
i can drink beer under tha ground.
Opening Tuesday is Ted Dan -
ziger's 'nev addition to the Raths-'
keller the Tavern Cavern
I Last year a cold uninteresting Tavern Cavern. Specialties will be
I kitchen, this undermined section I autentic, unabridged, absolutely
of the businees district has been I genuine Italian spaghetti, Chinese
transformed " into a first class bar beoued spareribs, chickens,
grotto complete with skeletons, and steaks.
I miniature stills, spider webs, and It will also be a place of edu
J dripping water. fcatioo. On request, wine will be
J "In Europe," says Danziger, served with meals. The purpose
'.'people use the. catacombs or? of this, s&ys Danziger, is to edu
f grottos, for eating and drin king cat e tlw? tastes of Caxolinia sta
' places 'as well' as the nMhskeiierj?-"--i.s;tVtie -d-fIi;?.',-fs- of th "fo
Enrollment Set fi&:- 5,55
La s VQr's Fi g
Enxollraent is down same 1314 students from I&st falTs total
of 6034, the office of the Director of Admissions announced
The new figure is set at around 5,550 including about 800
coeds and 115 foreign students. Altogether the foreign students
represent 31 different countries. -
The Monogram Club wiHj en
tertain as its guest tomorrow 40
students form the Methodist Or
phanage in Raleigh, according to
Frank Allston who is in charge
; Club members will meet them
in the morning, give them re
freshments, and take them into
the game, he said.
; This performance will be re
peated for both the Georgia and
South Carolina games, with
approximately 40 orphans each
time from state orphanages.
ft is a conJSnjnf Pf
juuougrua uiuu to use mis as
its initial activity each year,"
Allston said. '
The phone syslam has goz&e
on the blink again in The Daily
Tar Heel office
It is. pcE&Ible Jo call the num
ber and hear the aombet rixsg.
but the members of the staff
are unable lo hear the person
calliagw Alo maibcn of the
staff cannct call from the
phonas in the office.
The phoxfc company says it
will be some time before they
axe abb to fix ihe phoaes. So,
drop by " fh office instead of
: calling. '
Ainder the city halls."
This is not just another beer
Joint, however, Danziger points
out. No stags are allowed. The
? place is to be reserved for couples,
groups, and private parties.
And it is not primarily a drink-
1 mg place either, he says It is
I planned-to have the finest food
for miles around served in the
an : Ho
isut uie re ax news was m me
way registration was handled.!
Dreeoc ot admissions Roy Arm
strong credited the smoothest reg
istration in at least a .decade to
la plan worked out by Ray Strong
of the Admissions office
For the first time in years the
registration personnel sat at their
desks with nothing to do. Strong's
plan was to group students into a
time schedule for registration,
thereby eliminating much of the
waiting in lines.
As the students came .into
Woolen Gym, they were handed
a map of the whole works, show
ing the route to be followed
through the maze of tables, typ
ists, advisors, checkers and cash
iers. The ratio hasn't changed much,
however. This year's Coed en
rollment is approximately 800, a
drop of some 129 from last year's
One student, Joe College in
white bucks, and grey flannels
and blue- sweater had this to say
about registration. "Sure, ifs
easier than last year,, but hell, so
is digging ditches."".
Mom Pleads For Son;
He Went To Duke
Students overheard a despe
rate mother pleading with Uni
versity authorities- yesterday
about her son.
The son, it seems,, had been, to
Duke for three days as a new
student and: was mystiSied. He
wants to transfer to Carolina. Ad
missions' officials were unavail
able for comment, but there was
an indication that the former
Duke student would be accepted
mented grape. .
Also," he says, "this year the
Rathskeller will be the only place
thatg I know of in the United
States that has apple cider on
The idea and design of the Tav
ern Cavern Danziger and " wife
claim for their own, but thework
in constructing place was done by
Mrs. Anne Garson, who just this
summer received her masters de
gree in creative art from the Uni
versity. The Tavern Cavern will be open
from noon to midnight every day,
and meals will be served from
noon until 8:30 pjn. From that
time until midnight, sandwiches
31 " ron?it'rt; --the .inemL " .-;
South building's bell will peal
between 7:15 aisd 7:S0 tonight to
University Club spon-
sored "Beat .State
pep rally in
The feature attraction of the
affair, scheduled to begin at 7:30,
will be a talk by Coach Carl
Snavely. Team Co-Captains Joe
Dudeck and Bob ''Goo-Goo"
Gantt are also going to be on hand
to aid in boosting the Carolina
spirit for the Tar Heel's first
game of the season.
Head Cheerleader. Cyril Minett
will introduce his new cheering
rquad to the student body at this
year's initial Tally. The Univer
sity Band will also be at Memorial
Hall the occasion.
The Carolina cheerleaders j our
neyed over to the campus or
"Woman's College in Greensbo.
last night to hold their annuc
pre-game festivities for th
Greater University Day weel
week' end. State's cheering team
was also present. Bight hundred
WC girls will come to Chapel
Hill for the State-Carolina game
University Club President Duf
fiekl Smith announced yesterday
that "Beat State- buttons and
"Carolina Blue" hats will be on
sale all day today and tomorrow
morning in the Y Court
T hope that all the students
will be sure and obtain their but-
fnns an4 )ate ' aA "w nn hanH tnl"
the rally to give the Carolina
eleven a. big send-off for the sea
son. DTH Staff. Meeting'
The staff meeting for THE
DAILY TAR HEEL originally
scheduled for 2 pan. Tuesday
has been rescheduled for 4 p.m.
the same day two hours later.
Editor Glen Harden announced
This is being done, she said,
in the hopes that it will elimi
nate the conflicts with labs at
the original lime.
A call was issued for all types
of help in news, sports, and
the business staff. All interested
should be present for liie meet
ing Tuesday which will be held
in the Roland Parker Lounge
No. 2 in Graham Memorial.
The editor also announced
.that the absolute deadline for
news and announcements is 3
p.m. the day before publication,
except for that ef Sunday's
e&irion which is 10 sunn, Calur-