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ClIAPELr HILL. II. C SATURDAY. MAY 10. 1352
EIGHT PAGES TODAY
r ITS SPRING GERMANS AND
memorial Hall concert at 4 o'clock this afternoon and the 9 o'clock 'tu midnight dance tonight at
Woollen Gym with their German Club escorts. Unci Louis Prima and his aggregation are furnish
ing the musicU First row left to right are Mary Strickland. High Point, with Jake Froelich. High
Point. Beta Tlieta PL Elizabeth Roe. Wilmington, with Billy Quarles, Rocky Mount. Phi Gamma
Delta; Myra Thayer.; Louisburg. with Treasurer Jim (Daily Tar Heel Business Manager) "Schenck.
Greensboro, Delta Kappa; Epsilon; Betty Bowles, Siaiesville, with Vice-President Chuck Haywood,
Sfatesville, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. .
Middle row left to right are Clara Moffitt Howell, Fayetteville, with Bill McKay. FayettevUle.
Beta Thela Pii Wanda Philpott, Beckley. W. Va with Fletcher M. Green II. Chapel Hill, Alpha
Tau Omega; Anna Frank Slrosnider, Goldsboro, with Jones Yorke, Concord, Kappa Sigma; Beth
Uoyd, Chapel: Hill, with Eddie Gross, Kan u burg. Pa Delta Psi;
Bottom row left to right are Virginia: Cobb. Durham, with Spencer Gregory. Raleigh, Zeta Psi;
Eugenia McCrary, Charlotte, with Dick Futtrell. Hertford, Pi Kappa Alpha; Jane Schoolfield, Dan
ville, Va with President Bryant Hare III, Vilmingfon, Phi Gamma Delta, and Sue Ambler, Chapel
Hill, with Pat Samonds, Durham, Phi Dslta Theta.
The Student Legislature will
meet in special session Monday
night at 7:15.
Speaker Jim McLeod yesterday
asked all Legislators to be pres
ent and on time. Business on tap
probably will include a' report
from a special committee ap
pointed to consider "the appoint
ments from-UNC to the National
Students Association One of the
appointments was contested in
Thursday's meeting. He is Wood
Smethurst, a rising junior from
Caps And Gowns
Seniors may pick up caps
and gowns in the YMCA
Library from Monday, May 2S
until the night of graduation.
Rental costs on the mortar
boards and robes are $3 for
AB's and BS's; $4.25 for MA's,
and $S for PH.D,'s.
' Graduation ' is the night
THE BEAUTIES are upon us.
: Student Legislature Thursday
night approved the following of
the Investigation Committee's
- Student Entertainment Com
mittee: Bob Simmons, chair
man; Bill ; Watt, Al Neely, John
;McKey, 1 Bill Brain; Elections
Board: Betty Ann Kirby, Syd .
Shuford, Dusty Lamson, T.
Kepley; Budget: Bruce Marger,
Dick Jaffee, Wade . Matthews,
Bob Glenn; Consolidated Uni
versity Student Council: Tom
Sully, chairman; Ham Horton,
Jim McLeod, Virginia Hall;
Wanda Philpott, . Eddie Mitch
ell, Tom Creasy, Ken Barton,
Allan Frucci, Marilyn Hable,
Jimmy Adams; Student Audit
Board: Jim Maynard, Ned Har
bin; Dance Committee: Walter .
Curly, John Poind exter, John
W e 1 1 a c h, Ted Tettlebach;
Orientation: Bob Gorham ,
chairman: Saralyn Bonowitz,
These lovelies will take in the J
Lew Brown, Bill "C. Brown,
Katherine Holmes, George Mc
Leod, Sue Amblie, Lew Solfs
heimer, ' Martin -Jordan Bill
Walker, Mary Lilla Browne,
Arch Fort, Dee Kline, Myron
Banks; Students Business bu-
reau: Ham Horton, Jim Mc
Leod, Virginia Hall, Jim ; Whit
ten; Student Complaint Board:
Pete McCubbins, .Betty Jean
Schoeppe; Academic Affairs:
George Strong, Bill Rankin;
Book Exchange: Al Bryant,
chairman; Syd Shuford, Don
Sherry; Self-Help:; Gordon For
ester; Traffic: John Wettach;
Dorm Improvements: Harry
The Cosmopolitan Club will
meet at 4 -p.m. tomorrow in the
Rendezvous Room of Graham
Memorial. ' ; Interested students
Anonymous 1 upsven
Police Still Have No Lead On Thieves
Who Ransacked Six Fraternity Houses
by Jody Levey
Eaeer fraternitv men sifted through a pile of cashmere
sweaters and other articles of
vesterdav after an anonymous
$1,500 worth of valuables stolen
An uniaenunea lniormant
Slates Talk At
The University's 158th com
mencement is set for May 31,
June 1 and 2, with graduation
exercises in Kenan Stadium pro
viding the culminating event in
a three-day program.
Approximately 1,800 graduates
will be listed in the 1952 gradua
tion, program. - ,
Governor W. Kerr Scott, presi
dent Gordon Gray and Senior
Class President" Archie Myatt Jr.,
High Point, will be the speakers
at the graduation exercises on
The Rt. Rev. Reginald MaUett
of South Bend, Ind., University
graduate in the class of 1915 and
now Bishop of the Episcopal Di
ocese of Northern Indiana, will
deliver the annual baccalaureate
sermon in Memorial Hall at 11
a.m., June 1.
Fifteen class reunions are
among the events scheduled for
the three days of commencement.
Among reunion classes are three
generation groups: 1902-03-04-05,
1921-22-23-24, and 1940-41-42-43.
Special reunions are planned for
the Old Students Club, the 50
year Class of 1902, the 25-year
Class of 1927, and the Medical
Class of 1927.
Saturday, May 31, will feature
a dutch luncheon for seniors and
parents and an open-air musica
reception at Kessing Pool in the
evening. Also there will be a re
union luncheon of Library
Science School alumni, a joint
supper for the '40-41-42-43 gen
eration, and a banquet of the 25
year Medical School graduates
The 25-year Class of '27 will
have a barbecue also on May 31
as well as its Silver Anniversary
banquet on June 1. Other June
1 reunion get-togethers include
the Old Students Luncheon, the
Horace Williams Philosophica
Society luncheon, and generation
suppers for the '02-03-04-05 and
. A band concert, art gallery talk
1 X ; -
pjuuieiarium . penormances and
the Chapel- Hill Choral Club's
rendition of "The German Requi
em" by Brahms will complete
The June 2 events include the
last class meeting at 10 o'clock,
faculty reception, and the alumni
luncheon. In the afternoon the
vems until 8 dTc'T-
clothing at the police station
tip told where most of the
last weekend were hidden.
piiuiieu. me cid jtw "uuac ciu
2 o'clock Friday morning and told
Charles Watkins that items stolen
from the fraternity house could
be recovered behind the Sigma
Nu house by the high school
Watkins and Swain Stephenson
found the cache at the spot desig
nated. Chief W. T. Sloan of the
police department said yesterday
that only a few articles were not
Sloan said that Captain W. D.
Blake, C, J. W. (Bud) Simpson
and Coy Durham of the police
department would continue to
investigate the robbery. "There
is just something peculiar about
the whole thing," said Sloan; "A
regular thief would not return
stolen goods.' Sloan added that
the police had no suspects.
Most of the returned items had
been picked up by the owners
at the police station, by yesterday
afternoon, including 25 sweaters,
ten pairs of pants and two sets
of golf clubs.
The $1,500 theft occurred Fri
day of last weekend while many
fraternity men were out of town..
Six fraternity houses were ran
sacked by the burglars "with, the
Zeta Psi's and the Sigma Alpha
Epsilon's being hardest hit.
Ray Jefferies, " assistant to the
dean of students, reminded stu
dents yesterday a similar episode
could be repeated in the dormi
tories as well as in the fraternity
houses and warned all, students
to lock their doors before leav
ing. . . .
Senior class invitations will
be given out from 10 a. m.
until noon today in the APO
room, YMCA building.
The invitations also will be
distributed Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday from 9 a. m.
until 1 p. m. and 2 p. m. until
3 p. m. JExira invitations are
on sale. - ?
Seniors are reminded thai
Emily Post suggests sending
out graduation invitations at
least 15 days prior to the date.
Graduation is Monday, June
Asso. Sports Bd.
Tom Peacock, a rising sopho
more from Arlington.' Virginia.
was appointed associate, sports
editor of The Daily Tar Heel by
editor Barry Farber yesterday.
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