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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, January 09, 1952, Page 1, Image 1

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VOLUME LX CHAPEL HILL, N. C WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1952 NUMBER 70 Form n w iaiUU 81 Press - V 5 y When Time editor John Scott appears in Gerrard . Hall to morrow night at 8 o'clock to speak on 'The Press and the Cold War' j his remarks will be qualified by his eight years of experience in side Russia and many more years service as an international aid national journalist. An advocate of editorial re sponsibility rather than extremes in objectivity among journalists, Scott comes to Carolina fresh from appearances at Duke7 North Carolina College, and State. Scott, currently on a speaking tour of colleges and universities throughout the country, will speak under joint sponsorship of the UNC Press Club and the Garolina Forum. V Filing his first dispatches as a correspondent for Time, weekly news magazine, from Japan in 1941, he has since been associated with the publication as foreign correspondent and chief of several foreign news bureaus including Stockholm and Berlin. Since last January he has been an editor 'in a secret Air Force project being produced by the March of Time, the screen and television division of Time. The function of Journalism says Scott, is . to inform as fully and fairly as possible, giving several ' sides of controversial issues. However, he states, the journalist must make clear which s-lde has the strongest case in hb own opinion. Using Time as an example, Scott says the magazine reaches a noint of view for the benefit of its readers after weighing all (Sec SCOTT, page 4) yNamed .- - V X 1 V S t r ' M - V M.v :- -"ii.. - . ,, --,-wrt"Tw-'a Symphonette Features AW Instruments A string section smaller than that of the usual symphony or chestra is the- feature which dis tinguishes the Longines Symphon- j ette from its full-sized counter part. According to Student En tertainment Committee .authori ties, the orchestra scheduled to ap pear here January. 17 carries all instruments usually seen m a large symphony. . Baile Chi Delta Phi Sponsor Here Dr. J. O. Bailey of the Uni versity English department will act as sponsor for Tau chapter of Chi Delta Phi, "national literary sorority. The initial meeting under Dr. Bailey's supervision was held before the holidays, and plans for the winter and spring quarters were discussed. At the meeting, it was an nounced that coeds may submit manuscripts for consideration for membership until January 13. Interested coeds should turn their original compositions in to Chi Delta Phi President Joan Erskine or to any member of the sorority. - Scheduled guest speaker of the quarter is Dr. Montague McMillan, national vice-president of Chi Delta . Phi. Dr. McMillan is a professor of English at Limestone College, Gaffney, S; C. Pace, ICrafft, Are New .-'.-Legislators The names of . Bob Pace and Barbara Kraftt have been re commended for Legislative seats The original Longines Sym- nUnnatto wllir-Vl WAS flTSt. Sired ill UllViilbl " - - - - 1 I , , . . J the soring of 1941, was a chamber ""1 . . . orchestra in the true sense. Made up of thirteen musicians from the ' New xOrK i'nuiiaiiiiwii--" iNew xu x ture in Wake County, will re phony JWlJto Sherry, Ste t-iasxro, me borm Men's II if the recommenda Steele Dorm Green Back, To Address Press Group m Dorm Men 1 o Coop wooawinas m xo tion is approVed while Miss been enlarged to its present size Gamma Delta of about tniriy musicians. University Scholarship Body Named A new committee to iron out difficulties in scholarship matters for the Consolidated University has been authorized, Governor W. Kerr Scott announced yesterday. Anoointed are Arch T. Allen, Raleigh attorney and secretary to the Board of Trustees: Hugh Har ris, assistant Staie v agriculture commissioner, and Mrs. Frances Miller. Raleigh housewife and nrmm- nowcnjinpr woman. Allen will represent the Greater Uni versitv at Chapel Hill, Harris, ?taf rnWocto. and Mrs. Miller, Woman's College. The Governor pointed out that hA new rommittee has nothing to do with athletics but that it will decide such things as what pay- , eVrtnii hf made under teaching scholarships. Other duties will h to clarify the sometimes ambiguous language limiting the iwnrd nf scholarships. The com mittee will determine what -to do when there are no qualified can didates who meet the limited re quirements of belonging to cer The Symphonettes, directed by Mishel Piastro, will perform Jan uary 17 in Memorial Hall as the second presentation of SEC for this year. Acclaimed by students as a sue ress since the start of the series, the Student Entertainment com mittee presents three or four pro rrmms each year witn empnasis . -.rXAn etlliATlf. JlTi- On tnose wua w iw.v, -'"' -tr peal. of River Forest, 111, will replace Martha Nash in Town Women District I. Pilot Club Pilot International has" given the Raleigh Pilot Club permis sion to organize a unit in Chapel Hill. A committee will be appointed to handle the details of forming the Chapel Hill club. Paul Green, who returned from a tour of the Far East as Ameri ca's "culture ambassador" yester day will be one of the principal speakers at the annual midwinter meeting of the North Carolina Press association to be held a Chapel Hill and Durham Janu ary 24-26. Author, playwright and dir ector, Green will give the first pubUc report about his trip when he speaks at the luncheon session on Friday, Jan. 25, at which the University will be host. The purpose of his world tour, which was sponsored by the Gen eral Education Board of the Rock efeller Foundation and the Uni versity of North Carolina, was to acquaint the 24 foreign countries he visited with American educa tion and culture. ' The author of the "Lost Colony" also spent much time in studying the culture and ways of life in the countries visited so that he might bring " back to America a better understanding of those na tions. eraice Darm residents will soon re ceive letters asking for coopera tion in keeping social rooms in good condition, Paul Somerville, Interdprm Council social room . chairman said yesterday. The Council voted to place a let ter under each door in the dormi tories reminding students of pres ent regulations prohibiting the damage or misuse of dorm furni ture and equipment. In a propos ed letter, Somerville points out that a few irresponsible residents of some the dorms have recent ly been found appropriating furni ture from dorm social rooms for their own personal use, therby de priving other residents of that use. "Violation of present regulations will be severely dealt with by the IDC Judiciary court," Somerville continued. The vice-president of Connor dorm warned, "The future of dorm social rooms depends in a large part on our ability to use wisely the few privileges, and fa cilities we presently possess." Last week J. S. Bennett, direc tor of operations, indicated that dorm rooms might be closed be cause of misuse of social room property. Two chairs had been found in private rooms and a gash was discovered in an Aycock so cial room couch. From investiga tion, it" was believed that the gash could have occured accidently. University Will Hold Forums On Fluoridation Over state As a result of widespread in- terest in fluoridation uj. water supplies in this State, the University dentistry ana puduc health schools will conduct a se ries of "Forums on Fluoridation Facts" in four North caronna,cu- ies this month. ;-" The meetings, all to oe neiu from 8 to 10 p.m., will be m Wil mington (Tidewater building au ditorium), January zi; winswii- Salem (Forsyth county cou ' house), January 22r Asheville (Battery Park hotel), January 23, and Raleigh (Wake county build irrt .Tnnuarv 24. Speakers at the forums will be two nationally-prominent authori fluoridation, Dr. Francis A. Bull, director, of the Division of Dental Education, Wisconsni State fcnnith department, and Dr. A. P. rxir head of the chemistry de- nartment, University of Florida. Purpose of the forums is "to i: n tho neoole of North Caro- be able to give us the latest in formation derived from practical exnerience ' and extensive re- m search." Dr. Bull is a dentist and has been a leader in bringing about fluoridation of the water supplies in many cities and towns in Wis consin and has had wide experi ence and has done much research in this field. : Dr. Black is jbl chemist whose specialty is the chemistry related to water ; and water supplies. He will discuss the technical and practical advantages and prob lems' of the procedure of fluorida tion. . Two cities in this state, Wins-ton-Saiem an6f' Charlotte, are al ready adding fluoride to their water systems and several other cities and towns have " approved the procedure an&j are awaiting delivery of machines which will add the chemical to the water in Students living off campus and not receiving Th Daily Tar Hoel are now requested to see Neal Cadi&u, circulation' man ager. He will be in the ckculalion office second floor Graham Me morial during the afternoons; If he is not in, leave name and ad dress under the door of the office. Walt Dear, newly appointed holdover member from last year's council, suggested that dorms in the lower quad seek ways in which to decora their social rooms. "With more cre and bet ter looks, dorm residents would respect and better use the rooms than they do," he said. The social room committee, will investigate the problem. President Bob Creed and the committee will work with the dean of students office in re viewing present dorm regulation! witbg. the idea of revising them where necessary At Monday's council meeting two permanent and two alternate members of the court were elect ed. They are Mike Brown and Ed Dixon, Lewis dorm, Ed Smith, Ev (.See SOCIAL ROOMS, page 4) Gamp New Hope Will Be Scene Of Conference Hill-bound Camp New Hope will again be the scene of the UNC-YMCA sponsored student conference this weekend, Janu ary 11-13. Working with the theme "Our Christian Heritage," the confer ence will feature Dr. Warren Ash- by, head of the Philosophy De partment at Woman's College. Conference " leaders propose to survey the basis of the Christian faith and the demands which it makes on the lives of students. UNC students participating in panel discussions will be: Ruth Connor, Donna Hauck,,Gil Marsh, Reg Mallett, Bill Burkholder arid Allan Milledge. : j ; Members of ; thai Conference Prince, Chairman; Barbara Jef ferson, Raeford Pugh, Gil Marsh, Bill Hogshead, Dusty Lamson, Baxter Mclntyre, and Reg Mal lett. Conference plans are designed to bring out the maximum of thought and leadership in thos who attend. Recreation will include squ dancing with members of tn youth ' group of the New Hope Church. Registration is open to all in terested persons, and may be made at the YMCA office before Thurs day night. The cost of the week end is $4.50 which covers six meals, lodging for two nights, program, recreation and tranppor- tain families; op ,bpins , " , to ixrllrt Will (Sec Fluoridation, page 4) Planning Commilt32- aro: Jack i tation. Llina these two uajv tain areas.

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