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CHAPEL HILL. N C . FRIDAY. JULY 19. 1957
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CHARLIE WOLF OF CHAPEL HILL
Acling President Of Sludenl Body
Hypnotist Dr. Franz Polgar
To Give Show Wednesday
By CORT EDWARDS
Demonstrating a unique pair of
glasses which enable the wearer
to see through clothing, hypnotist
Franz Polgar will return to the
Carolina campus Wednesday
night, July 24.
His show of mysticism, mirth,
and E.S.P., which is sponsored by
the Summer Activities Council,
will be presented in Memorial
Hall at 8 p.m. Admission will be
Starting the show, Dr. Polgar
usually hypnotizes 15 to 20 vol
unteers and sends them on an
imaginary airplane trip. When
they reach 30,000 feet in the
imaginary plane the hypnotized
subjects begin to shiver from the
cold and move around to get
The next moment when he tells
them that they are at 3,000 feet
and that it is unbearably hot in
the plane, the subjects visibly
begin to perspire.
If you want to know who you
were in 1066' A.D., be sure to vol
unteer to become' a hypnotized
subject of Dr. Franz Polgar, arid
let him delve into your sub
conscious. Perhaps the most popular
demonstration of the power of
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DR. FRANZ POLGAR
To Enieriain Students
hypnotism, is his "nude-glasses"
trick. Dr. Polgar tells his sub
jects, while they are under hyp
nosis, that when they awake they
will discover that the special
glasses of his will enable them
to see through all kinds of
The glasses, which don't even
have glass in them, become a
mirror of man's mind as the sub
ject, looks out into the audience,
to see row after row of nude men
Summer Choral Group Sets
Plans For August Concert
The Summer School Chorus,
under the direction of John Shan
non, began rehearsing yesterday
for their August 13 Concert.
In a plea for more members,
director Shannon said, "There are
no tests, tryouts, or previous ex
perience necessary to sing in the
chorus. All you have to do is to
come to the rehearsals."
He also added that he would
like to see many of the Junior
Playmakers and townspeople, as
well as students, come over to
join the present members.
The rehearsals are held every
Tuesday and Thursday afternoon
at 4 p.m. in 108 Hill Hall.
Shannon replaced Thomas Sib
ley as director of the chorus be
cause difficulties, which have
recently occurred, prevented Sib
ley from continuing.
A graduate of Davidson Col
lege, John Shannon has studied
music at Carolina for the past
four years and is planning to
teach music in-the near future.
By NANCY HILL
Charlie Wolf, a graduate stu
dent in sociology, is serving as
acting president of the student
body during the second summer
session, according to a recent an
nouncement by Sonny Evans, stu
dent body president during regu
Wolf is serving with Andrea
Stalvey, secretary-treasurer who
continues in the position she held
Evans stated in announcing his
appointment of Wolf, "He has
done a great deal of research in
the field of student government
and possesses a mature under
standing of the problems which
confront us. I know that every
one will find him a pleasant but
firm leader with a wealth of
knowledge who will guide us
through the rest of the summer."
Evans also announced the ap-'
pointment of Pat Dillon as chair
man of Women's Honor Council
for the second term. Miss Dillon
replaces Katherine Coe, who held
the position first session.
Two changes in the member
ship of Women's Honor Council
were also announced by Evans.
Dot Johnson and Jane Johnson
have been named to replace
Bobby Madison and Martha For
tune for the second session.
On Friday, July 26 the court
alongside Memorial Hall will
be the scene of another dance
sponsored by the Summer
School Activities Council. The
dance, called "Caribbean
Cruise," will be held from 8-11
p.m. All students are invited.
More details next issue.
Evans, who served first session
in his regular capacity, left Caro
lina earlier this month on a Navy
In appointing Wolf as acting
student body president, Evans
cited the Student Constitution's
stipulations as to the head of
Summer School Student Govern
ment. . CITES CONSTITUTION
The Constitution states that "In
the event that the duly elected
president . . . shall not be en
rolled in summer school,- there
shall be an acting president of
the student body who shall be
appointed by the president of the
student body and confirmed by
the student legislature."
As acting president Wolf's
duties will be to appoint the
chairmen and members of tem
porary committees which operate
during summer school, and to
call and preside over all meetings
of the Summer School Student
Government Board. The govern
ing board acts as the supreme
governing body during the sum
The acting president also repre
sents the student body in all deal
ings with students of other col
leges or universities, the faculty
and the board of trustees.
Drs. Heard, Godfrey Named
Deans By UNC Trustees
President Friday and Chancel
lor Aycock have jointly announ
ced the appointment of Prof.
James L. Godfrey to the position
of Dean of the Faculty.
At the same time, Prof. Alex
ander Heard was named Dean of
the Graduate School.
Announcement of the appoint
ments came after a meeting of
the executive committee of the
Board of Trustees presided over
by Gov.- Luther H. Hodges who
approved the selections.
Godfrey, whose appointment
will become effective September
1, succeeds Dean Corydon P.
Spruill, who has asked to be
returned to teaching duties in the
economics department. Spruill
will continue as Dean of the
Faculty until September.
Heard, now on leave from
Chapel Hill and a visiting pro
fessor at Harvard University, will
be Dean of the Graduate School
effective February 1, 1958.
Mr. Heard succeeds Prof. Arn
old K. King, Associate Dean of
the Graduate School since 1945.
Dean King had asked to be re
turned to full-time teaching du
ties September 1 in the School of
Education where he is a profes
sor; however, he will serve as
Acting Dean of the Graduate
School until February 1, 1958.
The title of the office, in the
new Graduate School structure of
the Consolidated University, has
been changed from associate dean
Dr. Godfrey, who teaches in
the history department, received
his A.B. in 1931 from Roanoke
College; his M.A. in 1933, from
UNC, and his Ph.D. in 1942 from
the University of Chicago. He has
been a member of the faculty at
Chapel Hill since 1936.
Dr. Heard who is a professor
in the . Department of Political .
Science received his A.B. in 1938
from UNC, his M.A. in 1948 and
Ph.D. in 1950 from Columbia Uni
versity. He has been a member
of the faculty at Chapel Hill
Sings Here Tuesday. July 23
Soprano Jan Saxon
Featured In Series
Jan Saxon, lyric coloratura of Charlotte, will be
featured in the Tuesday evening concert series
July 23 in Hill Music Hall.
Sponsored by the Music Department, the con
cert will begin at 8 p.m. and is open to the public
Miss Saxon previously attended UNC as a
special student in dramatic arts while pursuing
vocal studies with Walter Golde of Chapel Hill
renowned accompanist as well as one of the lead
ing voice teachers in the country who will
accompany her Tuesday night.
This past year the attractive young soprano
appeared as soloist with the University Chorus in
the "Christmas Story" and as Olympia, the doll,
in "Tale's of Hoffman." She has also given several
concerts for the Petites Musicales and was soloist
with the Basingstoke Gilbert and Sullivan Sex
tette. Equally in demand as an actress, Miss Saxon
has not only appeared in many Playmaker produc
tions and the outdoor dramas "The Highland Call"
and "Horn in the West," but was chosen to por
tray the leading role of Eleanor Dare in 1956 in
"The Lost Colony."