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FRIDAY,- OCTOBER 5, 1951
THE DAILY TAR HEEL
By Mary Nell Boddie
Before we all start "Rushing"
around, let's slow down a tad and
eye the social whirling of the
summer- and early fall months.
Brookneal, Va. was the scene
of the marriage of ATO Jack
Woodell of Fayetteville, to" Peggy
-Cose Anderson, Tri-Delt, on Sep
tember 15. Jack was a Monogram
wearer from the football ranks,
; and was. graduated from Carolina
! last June. He is now. serving with
- the Air Force.
ATO Art Greenbaum of Balti
more, Md. is pinned to Rose Mae
Holland of Smithfield. Rose is a
junior at Greensboro College, but
was a '51 summer Carolina coed.
General conclusion is that!
everybody entertained for the
Tiiillrln? visitors last wppVpnrl
Diip to trie lark- nf snapp wp omilrl
not elaborate in the last column.
but we'd like to mention a few
jiow. The Chi Psi's r-tertained
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ptipp srnrifif titlf last -fall W'll
never know until gametime whe
ther he's to be in or out.
With Townsend there are Gib
Dawson and Don Bartson, a pair
; of hot-shot speedsters who have
mad names, out West where foot-
Viall is 5Tapd anH.snppH is licrVit-
ning. . -
So, Joe's job Saturday isn't go
ing t be easy. But the contact
loving fellow has shown before
, that he is capable of handling any
chore, and as captain would , cer
tainly love to bring his Tar Heels
home in the driver's seat.
He made almost every Carolina
year, and was also selected on
several of the all-Southern lists.
t by the Associated Press with a
fe,erth on th Southern Conference
All-Soph, team, with the other
if" slet going to Maryland's Bob
S v Ward who won, his All-American
sours last season.
Let's keep an eye on Dudeck.
Enjoy Fine Foods At
-B RADY'S G R I LL-
Steaks O Seafood O Barbeque
And for a real snack treat, stop in at
Sandwichcs O Hamburgers
KUSTARD , GRILL
ON THE DURHAM ROAD -
with a party at Webb's cabin on
Saturday night . . . Brothers of
KA served a buffet dinner at the
house on Saturday, and then ad
journed for a party at Hogan's
. . . Ditto for Hogan's and the
SAE's . . . Carolina Club, for
merly the Mercury Club, was
headquarters for the" Sigma Chi's
on Saturday . . '. Others honoring
the victorious Jawjuns were the
SAE's, Phi Delt's, Lambda Chi's,
Kappa Psi's, and Kappa Sig's .
. . Alums were guests of the Del
ta Psi's for luncheon on - Satur
day . . . .- .
Wearers of 'the white star of
Sigma Nu serenaded Joan Pal
mer, Chi Omega from ' McKees-
port, Pa., who is pinned to Allan
Donald of Ridgewood, N. J.
Hats Off Department . . . A
word of congratulations to the Pi
Lam's for abolishing hazing. The
brothers agreed to substitute a
program of community work to
replace the traditional Hell Week
. . . Pi Lam President William
Kingoff announced at chapter
meeting Wednesday that the na
tional fraternity has established
a $100,000 scholarship fund in
memory of brother Isaac Mark .
. . Kingoff represented the
Omega Beta chapter at national
convention in New Jersey this
Pinned are Lambda Chi Check
Goodwin of Waynesville and Jo
Grogari of Chapel Hill. Check is
a '51 varsity cheerleader, and Jo
is chairman of Cardboard.
,Tar Heels Not On Hand . . .
Word from Fort Jackson has it
that they are ready to organize a
full fledged alum chapter , . .Vic
tims of the military hospitality
include old staffers of The Daily
Tar Heel, Chuck Hauser, and Joe
Cherry; Sigma Nu and Soccer
letter man Jim Gwynn; Phi Delt
Wick Andrews; PiKa Frank
Keel; SPE and footballer Bill
Slate; varsity basketballer Dick
Patterson; and last year's Phi As
sembly president Walter Tice.
Edna Mathes, '51 grad from
S X .TV
Wilmington, ' knd Phi Delt Bob
Koonts of High Point are pinned.
Brothers of TEP were the first
this fall to entertain Carolina's
newest sorority chapter on cam
pus. Members of KD were honor
ed at - dinner at the TEP house
Visitor of the week on campus
is PFC James Mills of the Air
Force. Jim of "Big Bertha" fame,
will be in Tar Heelis until tomor
row, when he' returns to Panama
City, Fla. Most Worthy Editor of
the '51 Yackety Yack, Mills is
also known as'the lucky boy who
claims Sue Lindsey's attentions.
Sue wears his pin of Theta Chi. ;
Sara Fonville of Burlington is
the pin-up of Chi Psi Baxter Mil
ler of Durham. Sara is a junior
at Greensboro College, and an
other '51 summer coed.
The Delta shelter girls and
dates journeyed to Turnage's in
Durham for a party Jast Friday.
Last night the brothers of Zeta
Psi entertained for the Delta's
from 6-8 o'colck.
Pi Phi Liz Dockef y and Walter
Tice of Di senate fame are pin
Miss Priscilla Newell, Tri-Delt
traveling secretary, visited at the
chapter house last weekend and
was honored at a dinner on Tuesday-
Chi Psi Ed Waller is pinned to
Patricia Scott. Both are from
The seven new transfers of Pi
I Phi were informally entertained
by the chapter last Wednesday.
Brothers of Kappa Sig enter
H ATE TO MISS
Early Birds Get First Editions
Requieu for a Nun $3.50
ST El N
Two Early Writings $5.00
The Grass Harp $275
The Many Loves of Dob is
- ST Y RO N
Lie Down in Darkness $3.50
, And Browsing's Free At
205 E. FRANKLIN' ST;
tained for the Chi Omega's with
a barbecue .dinner at Hogan's last
Jay Given of Raleigh now
wears the SPE "heart of . Don
Birch. Jay is a student nurse at
Greensboro TV - and the
Texas game, sums up the activi
ties of- the Pi Lam's tomorrow
afternoon- The Pi Lam's and dates
will travel to the Plantation Club
for celebrating (because of a vic
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Also journeying to the- Gate
City tomorrow will be the ZBT's.
Lowell Dryzer will entertain at
his home for. brothers and dates.
Zeta Psi Alec Barns of Mur
freesboro is pinned to Betty Lou
Selig, new coed from Elizabeth
According to social chairman
Vernon "The Duke" Ferrell, the
Sigma Chi's will convene at
Lloyd's Barn tomorrow night.