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CHAPEL, HILL, N. C. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1951
The student premiere of 1n
and Bill Basnight,
Fal I Nominations Musi
Be Filed By Mon
Alderman dormitory celebrates
Witches will ride their broom j system;
sticks, skeletons will stalk the lighting.
. t: ri a. i streets. and uumckm heads will
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. x m- i j i sr m uiriiviii uu iihii i i i i i t r
about the University, wui ue - t age old tradition of Hallo-
.nTiiravintheRen- Chamber of Commerce holds its R , , .
8PftrXamm- Hallowe'en party in front of we'en from 8 til 11 o clock to
dezvous Room of Graham me Sore nigKt in Alderman parlors. There
mcture filmed in koda- dents of Alderman dorm hold will be ghosts, gobbling witches
chrome stars many students and theirs in the Alderman parlors, and all the usual Hallowe'en
faculty'members. It depicts vari- At the Jaycee event there will crQWS.
ous phases f life at the Univer- be games, refreshments and
St such as student activities awards for the best costumes. Black cats and big yeiiow
and class room scenes. The high school will furnish the moons will adorn the rooms.
Tt ?Finf the film was pre- music for the party and will lead Pumpkins will shine forth . from
viewed by a special advisory f a parade down town after the every windoW) makiug the dorm-
eommittee headed by Assistant to contest. ,
the President William C. Friday, The party will begin at 7 p.m.
and they suggested that it be re- and last until 8:30.
. .3 -rv..i vn cummer the The Javcees said that they
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movie was made more compact hope the party can oe neia every bobbing imdde a gypsy fortune
and shortened from 40 to mm- year oecause B.v - teIler wiU predicting the future
, . a chance to see each other in ' . . . - , . ,
- oWntf Tnl ct and eets them home and outcome o ner suojecxs.
NamA nf Freedom was pro- early enough to do their home- There will be games, dances and
it hv the Communications work for schooL refreshments to add to -the occas-
Center. It was directed byEd- The co-chairman for the affair gion
. T tt. -. "Kori rf I T?TitiT-Offhiirri and Red Alte
,t; TWdnrt -of Lr. Committee chairmen for A prize will be given for the
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Fall election activities will
officially get underway on next
Monday, November 5, when all
norninations-f or office will be due
itory a fitting scene for the witch
craft going on inside.
On the front porch will be apple
the Communications Center.
I. G. Greer, Executive Vice
President of the Business. Foun
dation, announced yesterday that
the annual meeting of the Board
of Directors will be held Satur
day at 11:00 a.m. in Gerrard Hall.
The purpose of the meeting is
to elect officers for the coming
year. Guest speakers for the ses
sion are Laramot du Pont Cope
land, Director and Secretary of
du Pont, Wilmington, Delaware,
who will sneak on the subject
"Relations Between Small and
Big Businesses" and Professor
Willard Graham of the Univer
sity of Chicago Executive Train
ing Program who - will talk on
A buffet luncheon at the More-
head Planetarium will follow the
meeting and tha board members
and ther wives are invited to at
Meets Tomorrow Night
ittpes are Bob most original costume. Old Eas
Hogan, prizes; Hanlon Murphy, anj Old West dormitories have
The budget bill passed by
the Student Legislature last
Thursday night was declared
. unconstitutional early yester
day morning by the Student
The reason given by the
Council for the aetion was that
"this law providing; funds to a
student publication under con
ditions the setting of 'which are
beyond the powers granted to
the Student Legislature in Ar
ticle 1, section 4, sub-section b,
of the Student Constitution.,
Also in the statement from
the Council was a clarification
of the duties of the Attorney
General. The Attorney General
had given his opinion as a rul
ing, on the bill which under
the duties of his office carried
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?ames and contests; John Black, been invited to share in the funaet only as his interpretation to
refreshments; Watts Poe, poUcing; Alderman's special g.uests. the parti
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Dr Thomas Uaraen, juugms,.
Joseph Philips, public address
Today tomorrow and FridaY
are the final days for students
to view their Yacketr Yack
proofs. Students must choose
the picture to be placed in the
class section of the yearbook.
Editor Lindsey said Yesterday
All the proofs are back and
ready for 1 h e students io
choose. Even if you have not re
ceived a postcard, come by Ro
land Parker lounge 2 between
the hours of one and seven
Play makers Will Premier
Three-Act Farce Tonight
Tonight at 7:30, the Playmak-jPlaymakers stage, his most re-
rs will nresent the premiere cent appearance being as Uii-
nprfnrmance o f Jack Porter's hooley in last season's presenta-
three-act farce comedy, "Hospi-1 tion of the play "Of Thee I Sing.
tniii-v" The nlav will be present- Leonora Townsend, from Dur-
0fi a train tnmorrow niffht. ham, is playing the part -of Mrs.
Fred Young, who received Harcourt.- She, also, is a veteran
praise for his ingenious staging of playmaker, appearing last in
"Down in the Valley last season, "Tempest m a 1 eacup." iLise
rfirfrtin2 the cast of twelve I where, she has played major roles
players, most of whom have nev- m such plays as "lhe .Barretts or
er appeared before in a -Play male- Wimpoie street and "me Jfat
er production. . - sy."
The important role of cat playing the lead ingenue part
Beasely is handled by Hansford Marianne Harcourt is beautiful
a graduate student from --a taT TnTrr-- Tavlnr frnm
Richmond. Virginia. Before dis- I riwrenceville. J. Judv. a iun-
- . covering nis xaieirt xur iorm theschool or dramatic art,
thebr picture will have the pi- whie attending the University of making her debut here. Pre-
jlAA bv the Yack Edi- Richmond, he s had an unusual
rioiisTv . she has worked with the
nlaced in the yearbook. career of driving taxis and Community Players at Princeton
XOC patv . , -u TUnra Vo Viit his stride. tt: f V..
penoraung m a-x .y.j ancient ivy ieague. ,
Kincr awarded the COVeted Play l OtKorc fonturorl in flip rt. are
ers Key. 'He is a veteran of the Edgar Daniels, Raleigh; Ruth
Lewis, Chapel Hill," Kennetn tu-
itt, Winston-Salem; Edith Sewell,
This quarter marks the reacti
vation ofivonee powerful Town
Men's Association after a year's
absence from the campus scene.
With a nucleus of a small
number of the 1949 group, the
Association has grown to a mem
bership of about 50 in the space
of one week. Br tomorrow night's
meeting, a membership of 75 is
The TMA is a chartered organi
zation sanctioned by Student
Government and the Student
Activities Fund. Membership is
open to any male student living
outside dormitories, fraternity
houses, or any other University
building This include any fra-
ternity man not living; in any of
the abova mentioned.
Three basia functions of the
TMA are: representation in canv
nus interstudent organizations
e.g., the Dance Committee, the
Graham Memorial Board of Di-
rectors, and tne umvaiV
o.intion in intramural ath
letics, and participation in various
social activities. .
An extensive program AW
... rtntlind at a
meeting last Thursday wh eh in
cluded sponsorsmp oi
Ld floats in various; Parades
during the year, organizatonof
. L ,v Sams. nlans for par-
ties, and the entrance of the TMA
into the campus poinuc
. of rjermanent officers
has been set for Noy. U JTempo-
rary officers are-. Room vy,
pident; Jack Cohen, joee
president; Joe Jones, secretary,
and Doug Harrold, treasurer.
man interested in joining
the-TMA should attend tomorrow
KrUetln in tha Horace
Vlliams Lounge, Graham Memo
rial at 7:3a . , .v, v-
SSiov Goes On
to the Elections Board, Chairman
Erline Griffin yesterday announc
Such nominations shall be made
in writing and must be presented
to the board by midnight.
Following this there will be , a
compulsory meeting of all can-"
didates and party chairmen on
Wednesday, November 7.
A copy of all literature and
expense accounts of parties and
individual candidates will be due
to the Elections Board by 6 p.m.
o the following Wednesday,
November 15. - ,
Then on Thursday, "November
15, the elections will be held
with the runoffs to follow Tues
day, November 20. Expense ac
counts for the runoff will Tie due
by 6 p.m. of November 19.
Any student may become a .can
didate for office provided that he
submits a petition signed by 25
along with a certification of his -
Lgrades showing that he is eligible
to run for office, she said.
Student candidates who wish to
be indorsed by the non-partisan
selection board for the vacant"
seats on Men and Women's Coun
cils should appear before that
group, she added.
Nominations for the Coed Sen
ate are .made entirely, by signed
petition for the four at-large seats
now open. '
Offices to be filled in the elec
tion are as follows: Legislature
Seats, Dorm men one, seven one
year terms and two six-month '
terms; Dorm men two, five one
year and 4 six month terms;
Town men one, four year terms;
Town men two, four one-year
terms and two six-month terms;
Dorm women one, three one-year
arid two six-month terms; Town
women, two one-year terms.
Also to be elected are freshman
class officers;, junior class officers;
three men's seats to the student
council; two juniors, a sophomore
and a freshman to the Men's
Council; three juniofs to the
Women's Council; four juniors to
the Coed Senate; and a senior
class social chairman.
Men & dorm district one is com
posed of Stacy, Graham, Ay cock,
Lewis, Everett, Alexander, and A
and B dormitories. Voting for
Atlanta, Ga.r Barry Winston, thi district shall be in. Aycocic
(See PLAYMAKERSs Page 4) or Alexander. v
Final Exam Sched ule
TVi following PTam schedule was released for this Quar
ter- Bv action of the faculty, the time of an examination
may not be changed after it has been fixed.
rDtie to the- Selective Service aptitude test, no examina-
He is m Yugoslavia .at a , , . mu t-i ' f?
conference sponsored by Mar- n win Sxvx un. "ut
"The show must go on, ex
claimed Editor Sue Lindsey
vesterday when queried about
the Yack Beauty Contest. "It
QPPms .the chairman, Barry
Farber, has given up the beauty
for the beast' she aaaea.
xxa ?cr in Vrrffoslavia at a
shall Tito. ; .
All organizations sponsoring
a contestant for the Beauty
Contest' are urged to send m
the names and entry fees for
each contestant. The . deadline
for the name and fee is Novem
This information can either.
be mailed in care of Editor
Sue Lindsey, Bos 987, or can
be brought to the, Yackety Yask
Office. 204 Graham Memorial.
All 10:00 classes- .......Saturday, Dec. 8, 2:00 p.m.
t-j ' a; n trt L. r a
Uommoa iLiXaminatxon s i-taitm vjci mail auu
Spanish courses 13,4,)-.rJMonday, Dec. 10, 8:30 ajn.
All 11:00 classes-.. Monday, Dec. 10,. 2:00 p.m.
All 1:0 classes dnd Business
Adrninistration 71 and TL-Tuesday, Dec, 11, 80 a.m.
All 12:00 classes .Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2:00 p.m.
All 2:00 classes and , :.
Zoology 103.... ...Wednesday, Dec. 12, 8:30 ajiu
All 8:00 classes.. .Wednesday, Dec." 12, 2:00 pja.
All 9:00 classes .... -Friday, Dec 14, 8:30 a.mw
All 3:00 classes and all classes not otherwise pro- ;
vided for in this scheduleil-Friday, Dec. 14, 2:00 pjcsu