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SATURDAY, APRIL 4, n$7
All Applicants "
To Be Excused
From Di. Phi
The Di, Phi and APO have con
sented to excuse from their meet
ings Tuesday those members who
have applied for. positions as Or
ientation Counselors and who are
required to attend a meeting Tues
day at 7:30 p.m. in Carroll Hall.
Jerry Oppenheimer, chairman of
the Campus Orientation Commit
tee, made the announcement Fri
day. Jim Monteith, Pat Adams and
Bill Jones have urged the mem
bers of their respective organiza
tions to take advantage of this op
portunity to do an outstanding ser
vice for the University, Oppen
Sonny Hallford, president of the
IDC, also joined the bandwagon
in urging students to apply for
"This is an excellent opportuni
ty," said Hallford, "for students
to render a real service to the
Mike Weinman, chairman of
the University Party, announced
there would b no party meeting
Tuesday and encouraged party
members to tryto fill any of the
120 counselor positions open.
Sarah Lawrence Coeds
. . . exchange student
The UNC campus will come un
der observation next week when
two Sarah Lawrence College "ex
change students arrive tomorrow
to study conditions here.
MLs Noni Markowitz and Miss
Elizabeth Coe will remain on cam
"pus through Sunday, April 14 to
compare UNC's educational system
and extra-curricular activities with
their own at the Bronxville, New
Their visit will be in conjunction
with the exchange program attend
ed by Carolina students Miss Jackie
Aldrdge and Miss Dorothy Press
ly this winter.
Some 100 pharmacists from thro
ughout North Carolina attended a
postgraduate seminar in prescrip
tion pharmacy this week at the
UNC School of Pharmacy.
Annual Open House Tomorrow
The University's Cosmopolitan
Club has scheduled its annual
open house for tomorrow from 3
to 5 p.m. at Hillel House, 210 W.
Exhibits and events from
around the world will be featur
ed. Exhibits will be displayed on
walls and tables of the main room.
Included will be clothing, jewel
ry, decorative objects, books and
descriptive literature, -painting
The displays will come from
club members and friends from
Central and South America, Ger
many, Austria, Belgium, France,
Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Po
land, Greece, South Africa, Egypt,
Plans for the Sarah Lawrence
students include vis-its to Student
legislature, student government
offices, Valkyrie sing, and various
classes. According to Miss Aldrid
ge, the girls are particularly inter
ested in the large lecture classes,
as the Sarah Lawrence classes
range from 12-15 students in size.
The Honor Council will provide
a mock trial to explain the honor
system, which Sarah Lawrence does
not have, to the visitors. The Wo-,
men's Residence Council has made
plans to entertain Miss Coe and
The Cosmopolitan Club, an or
ganization of exchange and Amer
ican students, holds meetings
throughout both semesters. The
Sunday program is presented as
the highlight of the spring semes
Ted Yohanna, graduate student
from Iraq, will be master of cere
monies. Miss Sipra Bose is presi
dent of the group.
A 1 A. A 1 1 - "U '
in uie pasi uie open nouse uib Miss Markkowitz at a tea. A brief
attracted capacity audiences of i haisinp mpptins will fniinw , 3
students and townspeople and a
similar turnout is anticipated for
All interested persons have been
invited to attend this year's af-
Jordan, Israel, India and Pakis- fair. Refreshments will be served.
Miss Aldridge said the exchange
students also hope to see a house
council in operation. Miss Marko
witz is president -of her dormitory
and is "very interested in how the
UNC dorms operate concerning dis-
BY EXECUTIVE PROGRAM:
Standards, Ethics Are Being Raised
By WALT SCHRUNTEK
"It's never too late to learn."
Ask any member of the fourth
group graduating class of the
Executive Program today and you
might be surprised at the' re
sponse. . . :
And the comments of these men
are well worth, listening to be
cause these , 34 men, these grad
uating "students" , are successful
presidents, vice-presidents, direc
tors and managers of North Caro
lina's insurance companies, banks,
public accounting firms, manu
facturing firms and public utili
ties. ANSWER NEED WW ,
These men, already established
in their fields, have seen and
answered a need which exists in
the business world today for re
learning and readjusting their
business techniques in a changing,
progressive atmosphere of com
petition. These are men who answer the
existing need by giving ol their
time, of their energies in an ef
fort to orient themselves to a
changing scene to avail them
selves of new and different per
They are able to do these things
through the Executive Program
of the School of Business Ad
ministration here at Carolina,
which in its fourth year was es
tablished by Dr. William J. Gra
ham, a pioneer in the field.
This program is designed to
draw the top business men of
North Carolina back to "school"
for the, purpose of investing in
them a new approach to business
managerial uses of economics, ac
centing and statistics.
4. To develop va fuller under
standing of the importance be
tween government and business
and to provide a basis for an ap
praisal of government policy.
lems, and writing reports in ad
dition to about 150 hours in class
and informal discussion."
Sufficiently forewarning, the
program makes its appeal, and the
businessmen of North Carolina
and the surrounding areas answer
5. 'To consider methods of dis- it emphatically
charging the administrator's re
spqnsibilitiei iii the area of hu
6. To provide training in the
cipline and activities."
Planj have been made to take the
visitors to the student union at
State College, where they will in
vestigate dating facilities. "
The exchange students plan to
study the UNC educational system
in comparison to the Sarah Law
rence program which includes no
exams, required courses, or de
partmentalization and few quizzes.
During the week's visit, Miss Coe
and Miss Markowitz will have
lunch with the sororities and din- logy Professor E. R. Long will spea
Covering I he University Com
ft i a
The Cosmopolitan Club will -hold ; interviewed here today for Aubrey
its annual open house tomorrow
from' 3-5 p.m. at the Hillel House,
210 W. Cameron Ave. The event
will feature exhibits and .entertain
ment from around the world. The
public has been cordially invited.
ACCOUNTING CLUp i
The Accounting Club will hold
a supper meeting Monday at C:S0
p.m. in the banquet room of Lenoir
Hall. Speaker for the occasion will
Lee Brooks Scholarships valued at
$500 per year for either of the
three units of the Consolidated
The Brooks grants, initiated last be Walter C. Webb, bank executive
year, were set up to aid needy sru- of Winston-Salem. All members of
dents from the.Jl counties in North the club and accounting majors
' The Elisha Mitchell Scientific So- Carolina's old Fifth Congres.nonla j have been asked to sign up to s.t-
ciety will meet Tuesday at 7:30 -uisincu .eleven giants uc given ititv M-itv., ....... v ... .
p.m. in 206 Phillips Hail. Botany each year. " , . . Accounting Club. ,
Professor W. J. Koch will speak
on the 'Structure of the Swimming
Spores of Aquatic Fungi." Psycho-
her with the fraternities on cam
pus. Two coeds from each dormi
tory will act as hostesses for the
Sarah Lawrence College hopes
to develop into a coordinate school
in the future. Regarding these
plans, Miss Markowitz has said she
"would be interested in seeing how
girls react to males in classes."
Men's Glee Club Names
New Slate Of Officers
A new ' slate of officers were 1
elected Thursday by the Men's Cameron Ave.
Glee Club. , INITIATIONS
Those officers elected were:
President, Charles Shoe; Vice
President, Ralph Harrington; Sec
retary, Don Murphy; Publicity
Chairman, Ben Taylor; Librarians,
James Kinney and Darrell Haw
kins; and Business Manager, Ken
, Both retiring President Zane
Eargle and Director Joel Carter
offered their respective apprecia
tion and gratitude to the retiring
slate of officers and outlined the
duties of the newly elected ones.
on "Preliminary Observations of
Operant Conditioning in Children."
Business during the meeting will
consist of election of officers, ac
cording to an announcement.
The Pilgram Fellowship of the
United Congregational Christian
Church will hold an outdoor sup
per party today at 6 pjn, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ellis
on Davie Circle. Plans will be dis
cussed after the supper for par
ticipation in the May 12 dedication
of the new Parish House at 211 W.
On this basis is the Executive
Program of the School of Busi
ness undertaken and for these
reasons is it apparently a suc
cess and credit to the faculty
which forms it and the individ
uals who support it.
The three North Carolina cole
giate inns of Phi Delta Phi, inter
national legal fraternity, will hold
their annual initation ceremonies
today at the State Supreme Court
Chambers in Raleigh.
Student pledges from' U.NC,,
Luke, and Wake Forest will be in
itiated into the fraternity at the
4:30 p.m. session.
Thirty-one high school seniors
from 11 Piedmont counties will be
. The program ' draws "executive
students" ! from - Greensboro, Mor
ganton, Spindale, Spray, Fay"3Ue
ville, Charlotte, Drexel, High
Its overall stated purpose is to ! .analysis of business problems . at f Point, Winston - Sa!emU Gastonia,
Asheville to name but arfewrrrr ,
NEW MANAGEMENT !" lf
With the trend in most business
i organizations today running-to-i
ward handing : down authority ,jto
raise the standards of business the policy-making level.
practice and ethics and to in-1 7. To develop a general man-
crease the social responsibility of agement approach to the solution j
the businessman. j oi Business prooiems an ap-
Dr. Graham, director of the proach that goes beyond specific
program has said of it: "Execu
aves, in addition to a new ap
proach to - business echniques, get
a sense of the impact of their iri-
departments or functions to a
company-wide or4 even industry
wide point of view.
8. To develop v a wider and
dividual decisions on industry and deeper appreciation of the func-
other business. It is a cultural , tion of Dusines in our social, eco
nomic and political system and a
sense of the social responsibilities
of business leaders.
program as well."
A prime objective of the Execu
tive Program is "the development!
of broad-guage senior manage- gram requires each enrollee to
ment personnel." Other specific give of his time to the extent of
objectives are: j 40 days from his business sched-
1. To provide an understand , uie. (The course of study requires
ing and interpretation of busi-1 his presence here on eight alter-
nes institutions and processes as nate weekends and two full weeks
well as those factors which un- during the year.)
derlie and affect them. This means, as Dr. Graham put
, lower levels' and giving" peop, in
j charge more voice'in their'fields, j
la new type of "management is
needed and it is this management
that the Executive Program at
tempts to facilitate.
As the program member is able
to exchange opinions and points
of view with seasoned executives
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The broad context of this pro- concern ' d with other functional
areas from other companies and
industries, be -is able to see prob
lems from another point of view.
By so doing, he broadens his un
derstanding and aproaches to his
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cal reading and or orderly think
ing, and skills in effective re
porting of conclusions both orally
and in writing.
3. To develop facility in the
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29. Native of
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41. Canal boat
43. Skin opening
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DAILY CHlTXOQbOTS Her how to work K:
it, the man either has to get his
work done before he leaves or
catch up when he returns to the
desk again. "No one else is go
ing to do his job for him," he
This stands as an indication of
the sacrifice' which the individual
must make to participate in the
program. Although the company
pays the $1000 tuition, bill (to be
raised to $1250 next year), the
time burden is on the individual.
Potential members of the pro
gram are warned of the sacrifice
their enrollment will mean in no
uncertain terms: A message in the
program's handbook? states:
'This program is not a series of
weekend conferences. It is a
tough, work-a n d-study program
that ..will demand about 200 hours
of homework ?uch as reading,
study, soflving'. cases and prob-
Fans Have Hard Time
- Following Basketballers
The nation's number one basket
ball team has fans of all sizes
Evidence of this showed up in
The Daily Tar Heel offices yes
terday when two very young ladies
appeared to ask shyly for 'pictures
of any of the basketball players."
Their following of the Tar Heel's
successful season was apparently
hampered by circumstances be
yond their control, however.
When asked if they had watched
the championship finals on TV,
they answered regretfully, "Yes,
but we couldn't stay until , the
end. Mother made us go to bed at
"They" got their pictures "and
walked out grinning proudly.
Wentworth & Sloan
Ask about the
Permanent Value Plan
HOW WAS THE CROOK TOOK?
quimby, wisc.i (March 3)'.
Police today arrested the foul
felon who heisted the cash reg
- Lster at Jones' Gas Station.
When arrested, the base serv
ant of the devil kept mutter
ing, "Drat the shirt, drat the
Let's look at the events
leading up to this story. After
the holdup, the police quizzed
Victim Jones. "Jones couldn't
identify the yegg. "The wan
ton jackdaw who cabbaged my
cash wore a mask," said Jones.
"The only distinguishing fea-:
ture about him was his shirt.
A beauty! The collar was ab
solutely free of wrinkles. Oh,
he was a neat one!"
Meanwhile, the scoundrel,
knowing that his wrinkle-free
. and enviably-neat collar was a,
. dead giveaway, tried desper
ately to slip some wrinkles into
it. He stamped on it with hob
nail boots. He -slugged away
at it with a club. But not a
wrrinkle! So later, as he skulked
down Main Street, his shirt
w-as noticed, admiringly, by a
detective and he was! arrested
lickety-split. Good work,
By now you w i 1 1 h a v e
guessed that the miscreant
wore a Van Heusen Century
Shirt. But of course! It's the
only shirt in the world with the
soft collar that won't wrinkle
ever. It never needs starch,
so it's always comfortable. The
Van Heusen Century also lasts
up to twice as long as ordinary
shirts, yet costs no more. $ 1 .00.
Phillips-Jones Corp., 417
Fifth Ave., New York 16, N.Y.
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