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TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 19S7
THE DAILY TAR HEEL
To Be Brbudht
By Jose Limon
When Jose Limon appears
Memorial Hall Tiiursday at 8 p.m. i
he brings with him a company
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in both the dance and
The repertory of "Theater in
the Dance" includes works by
both Limon and .'Miss Doris Hum
phrey, the modern choreographer
who is artistic director of the
company. Featured as guest art-
ist on the program will be Miss j
Pauline Koner, who headed her
mrn COmnanv until nininrr T ?msn I
Also with the company are Lu-1
cas Hoving, Miss Betty Jones,
Miss Ruth Currier, Miss Lavina
Nielsen and Simon Sadoff.
Formerly with the Joos Ballet
as a featured soloist, Lucas Hov
ing left classical ballet to enter
the modern dance field with Jose
Miss Betty Jones assists Limon
in his teaching at the Julliard In
stitute, Sarah Lawrence College
and his own school.
Musical director of the produc
tion, Simon Sadoff, is also a con
cert pianist .and . conductor and
has had experience with the Li
mon company in its tours to Paris,
Mexico City, and South America.
Sponsored by the Student En
tertainment Committee, the Jose
Limon dance program will be pre
sented Ires to students upon pre
sentation of ID cards. Student
wives will be admitted with a $1'!
charge, with a $2 charge to, others !
Final Presentation Tonite
Of Three One-Act Plays
The final presentation of three
one-act plays given by the UNC
Playmakers-wiU-.be. staged tonight
at 7:30 p.m. in the Playmakers
The three plays are a fantasy
romance, a farce-comedy and a
serjous play. No admission will be
charged, according to an an
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UNC ALUMNI REUNION
Twelve UNC classes, scheduled
to hold reunions during commence-
ment in June, will hold a commit-
tee Planning session here today,
A .1 1 .
as part of the annual alumni as
sembly program. '
Officers and reunion commit
tees of the 12 classes have been
called t meet at 12 noon at the
Carolina Inn. The annual business
meeting of the alumni association
will follow at a luncheon.
The classes to hold reunions at
commencement include the 50-year
class of 1907, the 25-year class oi
1932 and ten others: '11, '12, '17,
'22, '27, '37, '41, '42, '47 and '52.
An exhibition of "Water Colors
of the United States," painted by
30 of the world's leading artists
was formally opened in both the
North and South Art Galleries' of
the Morehead Planetarium Sunday
A part of the permanent collec
Summer Session Plans
Announced By Phillips
Summer School Director Guy B ,re pursuing undergraduate anc
Phillips Sunday announced plans graduate courses, plus other stu
ire moving ahead fox the 80th con- dents from colleges throughout tht
secutive summer session here. nation, are expected to bring thb
The first term of the two-term summer's enrollment to about 3,200
program will begin June 6 and
will continue to July 13. The second
term will run from July 15 to Au-
full college credits
can be obtained in both graduate
tnd undergraduate work during thi
two 6-week terms.
This summer's program will mark
the 80th such session at UNC since
a "Normal School" was opened
here as the first , summer session
program in the United States.
'Since that first program, enroll
ment has varied from year to year,
but reached a maximum of 4,500 in
1948. There were 3,140 students here
last summer, a slight climb from
the previous year.
Regular students from UNC who
EASTER NEEDS AT
vests 32. Rocka
38. Skin dis-
41. Son of
48. Close to
rtyi- mTu Kiti ism
tion of the Department of arts and
Sciences of International Busines.
Machines Corporation will be or.
exhibit through the month oi
The fifth annual Hillcl Festiva
of Jewish Music will be presents
on station WUNC today at 1 p.m.
The program, "The C:d Testa-men
in Music," presents music baset
on events and personalities in th;
Old Teament, ranging from thi
music of Hayden to Honnejer.
The Elisha- Mitchell Scientific
Society will meet t today in 206
Phillips at 7:30 p.m. The prograir
will feature talks by W. J. KocI
'of the Botany Dept. on "Structuri
of the Swimming Spores of Aqua
tic Fungi" and by E. It. Long o
the Psychology Dept. on ''Prelim
inary Observations of Operan
Conditioning in Chldren."
A number of visiting faculty mem
bers will be in Chapel Ilill to teach
summer courses, according to an
In the School of Education will
be Dr. Louis E. Armstrong oi
Alabama, Dr. Roland R. Morgan,
superintendent of Moores villc
schools; Dr. Neill A. Rosser, prin
cipal of Hugh Morson High School
Raleigh; Dr. Bealer Smotherman oi
Middle Tennessee State . College and
Dr. Lealand D. Stier of Santa Bar
bara College, University of Call
Seyenty-five teachers of science
and .mathematics will study here
daring the first summer. term undei
grants by the fational Science
Under the Dozier Loan Fund,
qualified teaching personnel may
borrow - sufficient sums- to-provide
fcr the summer session expenses
and then repay at a small interest
after employment begins.
facilities for boui married ano
single persons may be acquired at
UNC for either of the two summer
terms, which include wide areas
of recreational and cultural fea
FIVE ROOM BRICK HOUSE EN
center of town has hobb;
workshop. Call 9453.
MALE AND FEMALE HELP
wanted: Summer position. In
teresting secure position for
ambitious teacher or college
student. S480 for 60 days. Write
P.O. Box 1635, Greensboro, N. C.
TEACHERS WANTED: MAN TO
assist in coaching football and
baseball, Public School Music
Teacher, Seventh and Eighth
Grade Teachers. Contact the
Principal, Mebane High School,
Mebane, N. C.
FOUND: SILVER FILGRE EAR-
ing set with blue stone, Friday
in vicinity of Intimate Book
shop, Phone 8-8463.
THREE ROOM APARTMENT FOR
rent summer only. Complete
ly furnished. Near post office.
Call 8-7937 after 9:00 p.m.
Thursday What's -Left Wjll Be 9
The Intimate- Bookshop
205 E. Franklin St. , Open Till 10 P.M.
Qualified undergraduate or.grad-j
uate students interested in applying
tor editor of the Carolina Quarterly J
have been asked to contact Miss
Jessie Rehder of the English Dept. I
Miss Rehder's office is in 109
Bingham Hall. j
Those not being able to see Miss
Rehder personally have been ask
ed to send a letter of application
o the Quarterly Advisory Board,
.n care of Miss Rehder, before Aprfi'
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Members of the Advisory ""Boar6
Walter Spearman of the Journal-
Ism School; Lambert Davis, di
rector of the UNC Press; John Ehle
f the Radio, Motion Pictures and!
1'elevision Dept. and Miss Rehder. '
The new editor is not required
o come from the present staff, ac
ording to an announcement.
The : position . requires, however,
iime familiaritv with TMihTi-shino
procedures. The editor should be
repared to work on the last stagesj
t tne spring issue tor this year
he announcement said.
.Phi Eta Sigma President,
Richard Hill Robinson Jr., Greens
joro, Thursday night was elected
president of Phi Eta Sigma, the
'ireshman equivalent of Phi Beta
Kappa," Dean Ernest Mackie an
The other newly elected officers
'.re: Jackie Lee La wing, Marion,
vice-president; Ashmead Pringle
iJi.pkin, Reidsville, secretary; Hugh
Lester Patterson. Edenton, treas
urer and Jack Holland Spain, Green
The officers are members of the
iroup of twenty-five freshmen do
ug advanced work. The group sis
ommonly called '"suicide twenty
five." Valkyrie Sing
By Five Groups
Mangum dormitory Smithdoj?
tory, St. Anthony Hall fraternity,
"he Monogram CluVSaTilifvlCii'ppia
3elta sorority won the awards, in
he Valkyrie Sing last night.".
Mangunv won the men's dormi
tory division with "Songsof the
Carolina Gentleman." Grimes and
Everett were the only other en
tries. . :
In the women's dormitory clivisr
on, Smith won with its "Gracious
iving" skit. Carr and . Nurses
lormitorie. were other entries.
St. Anthony Hall, the lone Gentry
n the fraternity division, wOit with
Songs by the Thirsty Thirteen!
The Monogram Club skit,;"SaKiie
.he Team, won over Delta Sigma
?i in the special group division.
Kappa Delta, with "Eloise Comes
to Carolina," took a "hard fought"
victory over Alpha Delta Pi, Delta
Delta Delta, Chi Omega and Pi
Red Sox Beat
FT. MYERS. Yz. (AP)
Milt Boiling broke up a tie ball
game today with a 10th inning
home run that gave the Boston
Red Sox an 8-7 exhibition victory
over the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Boiling's 10th inning homer was
the third of the day for the Red
Sox. Jack Jensen and Jim Piersall
both connected for circuit clouts
in the first inning.
The Four Freshmen
(; In addition to Ray . Eberle and Paula George, the varied talents
of the Four Freshmen have been added for the Germans concert
. and dance Saturday. afternoon
members of the group, Ross Barbour, Don Barbour, Ken Albers
Tryouts Scheduled For Today
Tryouts for the upcoming Play- director Jurgensonhas said that
makers production of Ibsen's of the cast of 32. only seven prln-
'p"eer Gynt" will be held in the cipal players would be asked to
outdoor Forest Theater tomorrow stay on campus for rehearsal dur-
from 4-7:30 p.m., according to ing Easter vacation.
associate professor Kai Jurgen- j
sen of the dramatic art depart
The final prodyction of the sea-!
son will be a new version of the
drama, adapted by director Jur- j
gensen from his and Robert
Schenkkan's translation. j
Twelve persons have already
been assigned dancing roles and
The other day our vice president in charge of good
news announced that someone, somewhere, enjoys Coke
58 million times a day.Vou can look at this 2 ways:
Either we've got an incredibly thirsty
individual on our hands. Or Coca-Cola is the
best-loved sparkling drink in the world.
We lean to the latter interpretation.
Bottled under authority
-Cok.-H r8r.dtromork. '
and night. Pictured above are the
"This is an extremely, difficult j
show, for which we must muster j
all available talent," he said, add-!
ing he is available prior to try-(
outs for discussion of the re
quirements of various parts.
Ten copies of the script are now
on reserve in Wilson Library, the
of The Coca-Cola Company b,y
- COLA BOTTLING CO.
. - g THE COCA-COIA COMPANY
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Four Freshmen Added
For Germans Saturd ay
The varied talents of the Four alternate between bass and trom
Freshmen, one of the country's bone.
most versatile vocal and instru -
mental groups, have been added
to the list of stars to perform in
Saturday's Spring Germans dance
concert. The foursome will
with the Ray Eberle
both the 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. con
cert in Memorial Hall . and the
8 to 12 p.m. dance to be held in
The four Indiana boys who were
discovered by Stan Kenton in
Dayton, Ohio, have been chosen
by the "readers of several national
music magazines as the nation's
outstanding vocal group.
Members of the group include
Ross Barbour on drums and trum
pet, his brother Don playing
guitar and sharing the vocal so
los with Ken Albers who can also
be found on trumpet, bass and
iriellophone. Dob Hanigan will
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