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Several hundred high school
editors arrived here this afternoon
for the' 10th "annual Scholastic
Press Institute, sponsored by the
- School of Journalism, the Exten
sion Division, and The Daily Tar
Heel. - -'. ' " - -
During the two-day session the
young editors will hear talks by
experienced newspaper men and
yearbook publishers of the state
on various aspects of . high school
Upon their arrival this after
noon, the young Journalists will
be welcomed to the campus and
the University by Miss Glenn
Abbott Harden, editor of The
Daily Tar Heel, and O. J. Coffin,
dean of the School of Journalism.
Thomas L. Robinson, publisher
of the Charlotte News, will de
liver the opening address tonight
on "The Responsibility of a News
paper to Its Community."
Tomorro w , morning Dave
Whichard, managing editor of the
Greenville Daily Reflector, will
discuss "How to Make Your Edi
torials Effective;" Bill Gallagher
of the Greensboro Daily News,
"How to Make Your Sports Writ
ing Lively;" Chester Davis of the
Winston-Salem Journal, "How to
Make Your Feature Stories Inter
esting;" Lonnie Braxton of the
Wilson Daily Times, "How to Sell
Ads Easily;" and Miles Wolff,
executive Ator of the Greens
boro Daily News, "How to Make
Your Papers Look Attractive."
Tomorrow afternoon W. C. Bur
ton 9f Reidsville will discuss
"How to Make Your Columns Ap
pepiing;" . Eugene L. Roberts,
G'idsboro High School, "How to
Tje a Publications Advisor;" and
Vint Capel, Thomasville corres
pondent for the High Point En
terprise, "How to Make Your
News Stories Readable."
Special group discussion for ed
itors and business managers of
high school yearbooks will also
be held. Miss Dorothy Hollar of
High Point will lead a discussion
on "Yearbook Problems and So
lutions." Frank M. Fleming' of
the Lassiter Press, Charlotte, will
discuss "Yearbook Procedure."
Miss Hermine Caraway of Wades
boro will preside over a panel
discussion on "How to Make Your
Yearbook Represent Your SchooL"
John G. Hemmer of the North
Carolina Press Photographers As
sociation will lead a discussion on
"How to Get Good Pictures for
Papers and Yearbooks."
Barbara Dearing of Raleigh,
president of the Institute, will
preside' at the business session,
and Martha Hadley of Green
ville, secretary, will preside at
. the closing banquet on Saturday
night. Pat Beachum of Wades
boro, vice-president, and Ted
Kramer, Hickory, treasurer, are
also assistants in arrangements
for the Institute.
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MARTHA HADLEY of Greensboro (left), secretary, of the Institute;
Barbara Dearing of Raleigh (center), president; and Ted Kramer
of Hickory (right), treasurer, officers of the High School Press
Institute arrived here today for a two-day, meet.
THOMAS L. ROBINSON, pub
lisher of The Charlotte News,
will deliver the opening address
tonight at the first meeting of
the Scholastic Press Institute.
Sixty-nine teachers and school
officials in the surrounding area
are commuting to Chapel Hill
each week to take courses in the
Saturday classes scheduled in the
University's School of Education
this fall, Dean Guy B. Phillips
Twenty-five teachers, principals
and superintendents are- enrolled
in one of the; courses entitled "In
vestigations in Reading."
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THE DAILY ;TAIt HEEL
Post At State
Banks C. Talley has been ap
pointed assistant dean of students
of. N.. C. State College to replace
W. Ned; Wood who was called
back into military-service duirng
the . summer. Talley will hold
this position while Dean Wood is
on leave from the college.
Talley graduated from ihe Uni
versity with the class of 1950.
Afterwards-he spent three quar
ters here as a special student in
Education and then entered the
graduate school where he has
nearly completed the work for
his Master's degree.
While a student tiere, Talley
was very active in student af
fairs. He was a member of the
Order of the Old Well, the Gold
en Fleece, President of the Dia
lectic Literary Society, Secretary
of the Student Body, a member of
Pi Delta Kappa Professional fra
ternity and President of Chi Psi,
Greek letter fraternity.
In his work at the University,
Talley was closely associated
with William Friday, an N. C.
State graduate and now assistant
to the president of the Greater
A veteran of two years in the
Armed Forces, Talley spent sev
eral months in the Philippine Is
lands. His home is Bennettsville,
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OPEN 9 'TILL 9
k A new art exhibit by Mrs. Irene
EL Fussier, wife of Professor Karl
Fussier . of the Physics ' Depart
ment, is now open to the public
in the North and South Galleries
of the Morehead Planetarium.
" The works include oil paint
ings, water - colors, pen, pencil,
and charcoal sketches,; and etch
ings. The many scenes, depicted in
clude some from North Carolina,
Western United States, the Can
adian Rockies, and - Hawaii.
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"It's wonderful to be awarded
a Fullbright scholarship but it
will mean two winters and no
summer next year," said Ed Wil
liams, former advisor to "B"
dorm and graduate student in In
ternational Affairs in the Politi
cal Science Department.
Williams is the latest Carolina
recipient of a U. S. Government
Fulbright scholarship. After com
pleting work for a master's degree
in February, he will study at Vic
toria University College in Well
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