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CHAPEL" HILL. N. C. FRIDAY, JULY 26. 1957
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Evans,- Wilkenson Named
To New Posts By Chancellor
Chancellor William B. Aycock
has announced the appointment
of Webb F. Evans as director of
Purchases and Stores at UNC.
Evans succeeds J. Arthur Branch,
who became Business Manager of
the University July 1.
The appointment of Everett S.
Wilkenson Jr. as Assistant Di
rector of Purchases and Stores
was also announced.
Grad Club Plans
Dance August 2
Square and social dancing will
be featured at the dance Friday,
August 2 at 8 p.m. in Y-Court.
The gala affair, which is spon
sored by the Graduate Club with
the cooperation of the Summer
Activities Council, is free and
open to all students.
"Whether the music will be
provided by an orchestra or rec
ords has not yet been decided,"
said Bob Rennick, Graduate Club
Dress is informal and refresh
ments will be on sale at the
Library Science School
UNC is now one f the 35
schools in the United States that
is accredited to give an MS de
gree in Library Science.
The School of Library Science
was recently accredited for grad
uate degree study by the Amer
ican Library Association.
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Evans received his B.S. degree
in Commerce from the University
in 1938. He has been assistant
purchasing agent since 1950. Dur
ing WW II he graduated from the
Army Finance School and the
Advanced Army Air Force Budget
and Fiscal School.
He also served in-Europe and
in the American Embassy in Mos
cow with the rank of lieutenant
colonel. He is a native and res
ident of Carrboro.
Wilkenson, a native of Ashe
ville, has been employed by the
purchasing department at UNC
The new 1957-58 Women's
Handbook has returned from the
printers and is being distributed
to all incoming women students,
according to the office of the
Dean of Women.
Dr. R. A. Pratt, Dr. R. L. Beard Resign
Dr. Robert A. Pratt, professor
of English, and" Dr. Richard L.
Beard, associate professor of
education, have submitted their
resignations effective Aug. 31
according to Chancellor William
Dr. Pratt has already begun
research work at the Institute for
Advanced Study at Princeton
University, where he will remain
throughout the 1957-58 school
year. He will join the University
of Illinois faculty in the fall of
BY LARRY CHEEK
Carolina students will be treat
ed to an imaginary "Caribbean
Cruise" tonight in the asphalt
area between Hanes and Memo
The occasion is an all-campus
dance designed to provide a re
freshing summer school break
for UNC students and their dates.
The Cruise will "up anchor" at
8 p.m. and end at 11.
Music for the Summer Activi
ties Council-sponsored affair will
be supplied by Jim Crisp and his
combo. Free punch, cookies and
cakes will be available, and
colorful Japanese lanterns will
lend a festive touch to the pro
ceedings. Dress will be informal, al
though Bermudas are ruled out.
In case of rain, the "Cruise" will
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Activities Council members
responsible for organizing the
Cruise are Judy Davis, publicity;
Andrea Stalvey, decorations;
Mary Bahnsen, refreshments;
Mary Olmstead, location; Randy
Shelton, properties; and Gene
According to SAC chairman
Richard Love, the dance is being
held "to allow the students to get
together, dance and have a good
The Activities Council has one
more dance scheduled before
exams on Aug. IS. The Council
also will sponsor the Dr. , Jive Jam
session and platter party on Aug.
.Martha Decker, Assistant Di
rector of Student Activities, is
reported rapidly recovering from
a virus infection that has kept
her in N. C. Memorial Hospital
since July 11.
Miss Decker, whose condition
was described as "alarming" at
the time of her admission to the
hospital, is expected to require
hospitalization for about another
month. Several additional weeks
will probably be required before
she has sufficiently recovered to
resume her usual South Building
A native of Vermont and a
graduate of Yale, Pratt taught at
the University of Rochester and
at Queens College, Flushing, N. Y.,
before coming to UNC in 1951.
Dr. Pratt, a specialist in Medi
aeval literature with emphasis on
Chaucer, has twice held Guggen
Dr. Beard, a UNC faculty mem
ber for five years, will join the
University of Virginia as associate
professor of education. He will
direct the guidance program, in
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English Bishop Will Speak
On Racial Problem Tonight
The Lord Bishop of Johannes
burg, South Africa one of the
most outspoken critics of racial
legislation in that part of the
Dark Continent will deliver his
only major Southern address in
Hill Hall tonight at 8 o'clock. The
talk, sponsored by the YM-YWCA
and the Summer Activities Coun
cil, will deal with the race prob
lem in South Africa and how it
compares with the Southern
(U.S.) race problem, '
The Rt. Rev. Richard Ambrose
Speaks Here Tonight
cluding setting up graduate
studies in this area.
Born and educated in Ohio, Dr.
Beard formerly taught at Iowa
State Teachers College and at
Marshall College in West Virginia
While at UNC he has been su
pervisor of English education and
has taught several credit courses
over WUNC-TV, the University's
educational station. He is cur
rently completing such a course
during the summer months and
will move to Charlottesville for
the fall semester.
(Photo By Bill King)
Mary Brahnsen, Mary Olsted
Reeves, Lord Bishop of the
Anglican Church in South Africa
for seven years, is visiting this
country under the auspices of
the Episcopal Churchmen for
South Africa and the American
Church Union of the Episcopal
His purpose in the United States
is to raise funds for the defense
of several ministers in South
Africa who are being prosecuted
by the Dutch authorities for
addressing mixed audiences of
whites and Negroes.
Bishop Reeves is reported to
have had a number of clashes
with the Dutch government on the
issue of legislation aimed at con
trol of the African natives. He is
co-chairman of the Treason Trials
Defense Fund, an organization
that seeks to provide legal
representation for persons pros
ecuted for violating South Africa's
Bishop Reeves studied at the
General Seminary in New York
during the 1930's, served as a
parish priest in Lancashire Eng
land and was a Canon of the
Liverpool Cathedral from 1944 to
1949. In 1950 he was made Bishop
Following the Bishop's address
here, there will be a public re
ception in the parish house of the
Chapel of the Cross.
Listed By Unit
A young student couple, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Gray McAllister, won
first place East-West and were
the high student couple eligible
for the special . prize awards at
the Carolina Bridge Club meeting
Monday night in Graham Memo
rial. Other student winners included
Dan Duke and Bill Uzzle, who
tied for first place, North-South;
Shelley Settlemyre and John
DeVogt, second place, East-West.