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Pilot and aircraft observer
training is open to AF ROTG stu
dents graduating from May-June
classes this year, Lit. Colonel Jesse
j. juoorneaa, proiessor oi air
science and tactics of the AF
ROTC unit said yesterday.
The Flying Training Air Force,
with headquarters at Waco, Texas,
will endeavor to assign the AF
ROTC students to active duty
within 90 days af ter graduation
or completion of summer camp.
Students taking pilot or air
craft observer training must vol
unteer to serve on active duty for
a three year period after success
ful completion of,training course.
Aircraft observer training
covers a basic instruction course
later leading to specialized train
ing designed to produce naviga
tors, bombardiers, radar obser
vers or electronic countermea
Prospective graduates desiring
this training may get full details
and application information
through Lt. Colonel Moorhead.
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HILL, N. C, SATURDAY, APRIL 5," 1952 NUMBER 139
The 350,000th paid visitor to
the Morehead Planetarium will
be welcomed in the early part of
next week when he attends
"Easter, The Awakening".
This person and his entire par
ty will be given admission free.
In addition, he will be presented
witn a moaei planetarium, a sun
dial (paper weights), a starscope
for constellation recognition and
ten booklets of varied scientific
content: all sold reffularlv at the
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Revised Town Districts For April
The last big dance of the year,
the Spring Germans, will be a rip
roaring affair according to reports
issued yesterday by the dance
The spring formal, to be held
on May 10, will feature the top
flight orchestrations of Louis
Prima. The committee has sche
duled only one dance night with
a concert from four to six in the
Prima, fresh from" recent en
gagements at State, Wake Forest
arid other colleges in the south is
famous for his Dixieland music
so should be especially appealing
to this southern atmosphere. His
engagements at State and Wake
Fdrest were, " teported , as ".huge
successes Which seems to indicate
that he will, be received here at
UNC. p : ; ' . :
Prima, who is noted for his
showmanship, gives . concerts on
the . Ray Anthony style with
solid mixture of a Ijood show and
In addition to State and Wake
Forest Prima recently packed the
house at both the University of
Virginia and VPI. The dance will
start at the usual time, 8, and run
The committee urges all pros
pective members to make early
plans for this one last big fling of
the year. Much effort is being put
into the arrangements for the oc
casion to make this the biggest
success yet, according to, reports.
Lawn Concert Feature
The campus will be turned over to parents on Sunday,
April 27. , A. A1 ,
' Sponsored by the University in cooperation with Alpha
Phi Omega, oiational service fraternity, the UNC band and
Morehead Planetarium, the Second Annual Parents Day will
be held then, Committee Chair- rr - "
man Bruce Marger yesterday an-1
He urged all students to invite
their parents to attend the day
Upon arriving on the campus,
the parents will be given the op
portunity to see the various
phases of campus life, including
cultural, scholastic " and extra
The program wil get underway
at 1:30 p. m. when Chancellor
House and the various' college
deans informally greet arid speak
with the parents and other guests.
The reception will be held in the
faculty lounge of the Morehead
building. - - - - ; - -
Then at 3 p. m. the band,, under
the direction of Earl Slo.cum, will
present a lawn concert hi front of
the Davie poplar. -
Dormitories will, hold open
houses from 4 to 6 p. m. for the
parents. Alpha Phi Omega will al
so conduct guided tours of the
campus during this period.
Persons desiring additional in
formation should contact Marger,
box 412, Chapel Hill.
The Cosmopolitan Club . meets
tomorrow at 4 p. m. in the Ren
dezvous Room. Graham Memo
rial. Kenan Dormitory, will be the
April Fools Day customs from
various countries will be discuss
9 Campus Election
Tickets for the 4 p. m." Hay.
McKinley concert are on sale
today in th e Y court and later
at Memorial hall.
, McKinley brings his band to
Chapel Hill for Ihelnterdormi
rlory Council's traditional con
cert and dance. The dance be
gins at 9 p. m. in Woollen Gym,
Faculty-student relations should
get a. new. boost, Graham Memo
rial director Bill Roth hopes, be
cause of morning coffee hour get
togethers, the first of which will
be held today in the main lounge
All members of the University
faculty and administrative per
sonnell are urged to; attend, as
are all students.
The faculty-student get-acquainted
meet will last about an
hour, and will be held on an in
formal basis, Roth "pointed out.
Those attending are free to go
whenever they , wish.
be the bill of fare. ,