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CHAPEL HILL, N. C FRIDAY. JUNE 7. 1957
"Miss Modern Venus of 1957,"
"'Judith Dockery, a UNC coed from
Rutherf ordton, was injured
Saturday near Mount Vernon,
Ky., in an automobile accident
which claimed the life of a
Woman's College student and also
injured a recent Davidson College
Miss Dockery, 20, suffered a
1 broken jaw, a slight concussion
and back injures in the accident
which took the life of Nancy
Kiser, 21, a rising senior from
Also injured in the wreck was
William C. Peden, 22, of Concord,
a recent Davidson College grad
uate. The three students were motor
ing to Yellowstone National Park
in Wyoming where they had ac
cepted summer jobs. They left
Rutherfordton Saturday and were
in the mountains of Kentucky
when the accident occurred.
Miss Dockery's condition was
reported to be satisfactory, and
she is to be hospitalized at Moun
Vernon, Ky., and then moved to
Lexington, Ky., to have her jaw
Miss Kiser was killed instantly
and Peden suffered a dislocated
s An estimated 3,000 in-state and
out-of-state students are converg
ing on the Carolina campus this
week for the first session of sum
Although no definite figures
have as yet been compiled by the
summer school office, this year's
attendance is expected to be the
largest enrollment since the post
war days, it was announced today
by Prof. Guy B. Phillips, di
rector. The first-term enrollment will
exceed 3,000 students, Phillips
Students registered for the first
six-week term yesterday and will
start classes today. The session
ends July 11, with final exams
July 12 and 13.
The second session is slated to
begin July 16, with registration
scheduled for July 15. Classes will
end August 19 and final examin
ations will be held the following
Among those in attendance are
the holders of 110 scholarships
awarded to public school teachers.
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DANCING AT PARTY
Y Groups Plan Varied
By MARY MOORE MASON
For weeks now, certain groups
of coeds have been seen going
into the Y Building, attending
meetings and coming out talking
about summer school.
These girls are members of the
YWCA cabinet, headed by
Margaret Daughtridge, president
of the YW for the first session of
summer school. They have been
making plans for work and play
for coeds during the summer.
The YWCA will work very
closely with the YMCA whose
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Students and faculty should
have no trouble finding enter
tainment this summer. The sum
mer school agenda is varied in
cluding swimming, Carolina Play
makers productions, the music
series, free movies and dance
The outdoor swimming pool is
open for recreational swimming
from noon to 5:30 p.m. Monday
through Saturday and from 2
p.m. to 4:50 on Sundays. Only
students and ticket holders may
use the pool facilities.
Student classes will be held in
doors, with women's classes from
2 p.m. to 3 Monday through
Thursday. A non-credit course
will be available for men and
women from 5 p.m. to 6 Monday
Set Here Next Week
The only thing of its kind in
the entire country is the special
chemistry Institute for College
Teachers at the UNC summer
session beginning this week.
Twelve of the nation's out
standing scientists will be mem
bers of the visiting faculty. Col
lege chemistry teachers will at
tend from 23 states and Nova
Scotia. Their scholarships are
paid for by the National Science
I Foundation. '
summer president will be Randal
Shelton. Consequently, social
events such as square dances will
be sponsored jointly for the two
The Y will also sponsor discus
sion groups on international re
lations, led by foreign students
who are members of the Cos
mopolitan Club. Discussion groups
on contemporary drama, novels,
and short stories are planned.
The Y, however, seeks not only
to broaden the student intell
ectually and socially but also
spiritually. Consequently, there
The Carolina Playmakers will
present "Shoemakers' Holiday"
July 4 and 5, with try outs June 11
in the Forest Theatre from 4 p.m.
to 7:30. Tryouts are open to any
one in the community or summer
school, reports Mrs. House in the
Playmakers' Office, and there
will be a large cast.
The first program in the Music
Series is Tuesday and features Dr.
and Mrs. Edgar Alden, violinists.
Two free flicks and one chil
dren's movie are on the agenda
for this week, also. "Desert Fox,"
starring James Mason, will be
shown Monday. The short accom
panying it is "Last Day of an
On Friday, June 14, "The Dam
Busters," starring Richard Todd,
will be presented, with the short,
"Stanley Finds Livingston."
A full-length children's movie
is to be presented Tuesday at
7:30 p.m. in Carroll Hall. Entitled
"Great Adventure," the movie is
an animal story.
Ballroom dance classes will be
open to students only, for non-
credit, starting Wednesday from
7 p.m. to 9 in the gym.
There will be a staff meeting
Friday at 4 p.m. in the offices
of The Daily Tar Heel In Gra
ham Memorial for all those
wishing to work on the The
Summer School Weekly.
will be a devotional room open
upstairs in the Y Building. Ac
cording to Ann Queen, YW ad
visor, there will be a program of
work and worship centered
around the upstairs of the Y.
Here work projects such as the I
redecoration of the lounge will
be held with worship and recrea
One of the; most important
phases of Y work is to channel
the students' interests out from
the college to the people and com
munity around them.
Numerous programs are plan
ned this summer to accomplish
this. Pat Gregory of the Y cabinet
will lead a program the Memo
rial Hospital. Here coeds serve as
"Pink Ladies" and do volunteer
service once a week.
The girls work with the nurses
on the pediatrics ward, the X-ray
room, the hospitality center, the
physical therapy room and the
packing room. Boys on the cam
pus who are interested are urged
to help with the men patients.
The group will have its first
meeting on June 10 at 2 p.m. in
the lobby of Memorial Hospital.
Also, there is to be a program
planned in cooperation with
Gravely Sanitarium. This pro
gram will be headed by Eleanor
Williamson and will take place
every Tuesday and Thursday
Students who are interested in
this work with tubercular pa
tients visit them, do the patients'
personal shipping, give vesper
programs and . present various
types of programs and parties for
the entire group.
Anyone who is interested in the
Y summer program will find
tables set up during registration
where they may get further in
formation and sign up for some
phase of the program. They may
also come by the Y Building and
talk to one of the Y cabinet mem
bers or to Ann Queen or Claude
Shotts, advisors of the YW and
In case of rain tonight, the
Welcome Party will be held in
the Tin Can instead of Y -Court.
In Y -Court
By PATSY MILLER
Everyone loves parties, but ho
one loves them more than Caro
lina students. So, how could a
UNC student start the summer
better than attending a welcome
party in Y-Court?
The festive event for new stu
dents will get underway at 7:15
tonight when some 30 or 40 Caro
lina coeds, acting as hostesses,
will greet the new students.
Shortly after a welcoming per
iod refreshments will be served
followed by dancing to the music
of Jim Crisp and his orchestra
from 8 p.m. to 10. So what more
could anyone ask?
The party is being sponsored by
the Summer School Activities
Board of which Nola Hatten is
chairman, and the Orientation
Committee of which Susan May-
hue is chairman.
'This party offers a wonderful
opportunity for students to meet
each other," said Ray Jefferies,
assistant to the Dean of Student
Affairs. 'Everyone has been in
vited, both old and new students.
Students serving on the Sum
mer School Activities Board in
clude' Martha Fortune of Bre
vard; Caroline Brown of Wil
mington and Andrea Stavley of
In addition there are three
adult advisors, Martha Decker,
assistant director of student acti
vities; Sam Magill, director of
student activities and Ray Jef
feries, assistant to the dean of stu
Associate advisors are Anne
Queen, associate director of the
YWCA, and Claude Shotts. gener
al secretary of the YM-YWCA.
"We would love to have more
students working on the activi
ties committee for the summer,"
said Miss Hatten. Those interest
ed may contact her at Mclver
What's Going On
Friday. June 7
Planetarium show, "Science
Fiction," 8:30 p.m.
Staff Meeting, Summer School
Weekly, Tar Heel office, 4 pjn.
Monday, June 10
Planetarium show, 8:30 p.m.
Free Flick, "Desert Fox," 8 pjn.
Tuesday, June 11
Planetarium show, 8:30 p.m.
Free Flick, "Great Adventure,"
8 p.m. Carroll HalL
Playmakers Tryouts, Play
The Edgar Alden (violinists),
Hill Hall, 8 p.m.
Wednesday. Juna 12
Planetarium show, 8:30 pjn.
Thursday, June 13
Planetarium show, 8:30 pan.