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FRIDAY, FEISRJARY 21, 1958
THE DAILY TAR HEEL
For Campus Orientation
liilmw. r..r prs,ccUvc nu-ml.ors of the Cams Orientalioi.
. ., 1 stIr. ,, w,,.k. scrording l0 cman ,
AnnuuP.cr.t dates and times arc: Tuesday, 2-4 p.m.. Wednesday.
-4 pm Ihunday. 4 6 p.m. and Friday 2,4 p.m. All interviews will
l-cmiducted m the WuocJhouse Conference Room at Graham Me-
l-'iuhtren potions are open on the committee, eleven of which
re for men and seven for women. Selections are to be made by a
rnT.-rnsnn cornnntlec headed by Student Body President Sonny
"In making the announcement of interviews for the Campus Ori
;: ; ;m """"H"." "id Godwin. "I wish to emphasize the fact
n. the access of the entire Orientation Week depends upon the
u.x k o the committee m its planning and execution of the program "
l.i't mo ui-c all those students, both men and women." he con
tinued. !, j.sir, , Rerve in a responsib,e eummittee iU
a:p! during the interview period."
Joan Brock, Editor
Covering The University Corn pus
FREE FLICK j ment by calling 5781. The interviews
Friday night's free flick will be"! will be held in Room 312, South
today in 210 Garner Hall for stu
dents who are interested in work-,
ins at resorts this summer. '
Marion Harris and Bill Stewart,
two students who have worked in
2 for $1.00
3 pr. $2.00
2 for $6.00
2 for $5.00
(FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY)
Davis Cushion Socks (Colors) 49c ea.f 3 for $1
One Group Cooper Socks 65c ea., 2 for $1
One Group $1.00-$1.25, Now 79c 2 for $1.50
Mens All Wool (Zephyr) Scarfs, solids
and plaids-Were $2.98. NOW $1.98
Were $1.98, NOW $1.39
Mens Neckties, Were $1.00 2 for $1.50
One Group Ties 59c ea,
Cooper Shorts (fancy), Were $1.50
Hanes Short regular $1.00 slightly
Long Sleeve Mens Sport Shirts
up to $4.00
Sample Sport Shirts up to $4.00
Men's Gabardine Topcoat, full lining,
Trench Coat style all weather,
Reg. $19.95 Now $14.95
Sample Jackets by Cresco and Bugby,
Wool Car Ccats and short zipper Jackets,
many styles, about 14 advertised price
Mens Shoes, were $8.95, Now $5.95
White Buck Shoes, Were $12.95, Now $8.58
Plain-Too Lace Shoes
Mens Pajamas, as low as
Were $4.98, Now
Pajamas In Extra Lonq and Stout
Cotton Robes, terry doth, were $9.95
Seersucker and plain cotton, were $6.95
Raycn Brocade Bath Robe, formerly
All wool flannel Robe, formerly
Mens Bedroom Shoes
All Leather or fleece lined Bedroom
Shoes, wore $4.98
Mens Swank Jewelry (closeouts) up to
$4.50 values, Now
All types khaki, black ivy league pants;
Western style dungarees.
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DR. SHEPARD JONES
.Af(or O -Tc- Booc
"America's. Role in tlie Middle
Fast," an objective analysis of cur
rent problems in that area of the ,
world has been written by a UNC
professor and published in the For
?ipn Relations Series.
Dr. S. Shepard Jones, the book
let's author, is Burton Craie pro
fessor in the Department of Po
litical cience. and was formerly
with the U. S. State Department.
The Foreign Relations Series is
a project of the North Central Asso
ciation of Colleges and Secondary
Schools, an organization devoted to
improving education on the high
school and college level.
Dr. Jones' booklet is a publica
tion of the Association's Committee
on Kxperimental Units which has :
been interested for several years
, in developing a series of booklets
, on foreign relations.
In June of YS'-th the Ford Founda
tion approved a proposal for the
: development of a program on for
eign relations for high schools.
"America's Role in the Middle
Fast" contains material concern
ing the races, languages and reli
gions of the area, t lie Arab-Israeli
conflict .and certain problems as
viewed from America.
Dr. Jones received his doctoral
degree from Oxford University
where he was a Rhodes Scholar. He
has served in various capacities
with the Department of State and
has traveled widely throughout the
Middle East. South Asia, North Afri
ca and Europe.
The ATOs began the Germans weekend with an informal party
at the house Friday afternoon.
Saturday night they threw a real "blast" and danced to the music
of the Down Beats, a Burlington combo. Also, Willie Hargraves'
combo from Chapel Ilill provided music for late dancing. Saturday
Chi Psis Party With Duke Group
Friday night the Chi Fsis entertained the Delta Tau Deltas from
Duke. Approximately 250 people were present. Stan Getz's combo
from Greensboro provided music for the gala affair.
, Saturday night the Chi Psis partied at the house and danced to
the music of Wellington Vlack and his orchestra from Durham
Sunday afternoon they held an informal party at the house.
Pikas Entertain Dates
Friday afternoon the Pikas began the Germans weekend with an
informal party at the house. Saturday afternoon the Pikas again
partied at the house and later entertained their dates at dinner.'-
West Booth's combo from Charlotte provided music for a party
following the Saturday night dance, and be also entertained the group
at an informal party Sunday afternoon. ;
Chi Phis Hold Pledge Weekend
Recently the" Chi 'Phis "entertained their pledges at numerous
parties during Pledge Weekend. The festivities began with a formal
banquet at the Chapel Hill Country Club followed by a formal dance.
The Embers, a Chapel Ilill orchestra, provided music for the occa
sion. Following the dance, the Chi Phis returned to the house and
danced to the music of The Tops, a Chapel Hill combo.
That Saturday afternoon the pledges were honored at an in
formal party at the "house. Saturday night they attended a Charlie
Adams costume party' at the house. Again The Tops were on hand
with the latest hits.
Sunday afternoon Dave Green's combo provided music for an
informal party at the house.
This past Saturday night the Chi Phis danced to the music of
the Down Beats, a Burlington combo, and entertained their dates
again at a dinner on Sunday.
"Five Fingers," starring James Building.
Mason. Showings will be at 7:30 and 'Dr. Adams is currently on a tour
10 p. m. I of Southern universities.
Tho froo fliflr Qahirrfnu nicrht will I RimOFT COMMITTEE
"- ' r : "- i-MArt hotels will, ffivp suecestions
be "Androcles and the Lion," from 1 The' Budget Commitee will meet!
j George Bernard Shaw's play. It will ! Friday at 3 p. m. in the Grail Room j " getting jobs at resorts.
be shown at 10 p.m. due to the con- of Graham -Memorial
flict in the UNC-Maryland basket- FRENCH FILMS
ball game. Two French films will be shown
GRAD SCHOOL INFO I today at 3:30 in 215 Murphey. To be
Dr. Raymond Adams' of Brown i shown " are "Images Medievales
University, Providence, R. I., will j (Life in the Middle Ages, in color,
be on campus Friday to interview j and "Ballade Parisienne" '( A 'Stroll
seniors who are interested in doing j Through Paris).
i graduate work at Brown. j SUMMER RESORT WORK
i Any senior may make an appoint- A meeting will be held at 3 p.m.
- Hart -
(Continued roii Paye 1)
Master's degree from Northwestern
University, and two years later he
completed work for his doctorate
I He taught at Carret Institute and
has spoken at many forums, both in
the University and community on
the practical application of religion
to everyday life.
1 An ordained minister in the
Methodist Church, he has served as
Dastor of the Cheshire Methodist
Brea College before joining the j church in Cheshire, Conn. for
Yale faculty as an assistant profes-: &evcn years ln . addition he has
sor in 1943. In 1946 he was promoted extensiveJy for boh techni-
to associate professor and in 1933 and popular journals and is the
to full professor. j author of "Towards a Theology of
j Authority In Field I Evangelism." He is also a fellow
I Known as an authority in the field of the National Council on Religion
of Christian Philosophy Rev. Hartt in Higher Education.
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Mardi Gras Tickets
Mardi Gras tickets are now avail-1
Bob Noble Is
IDC Court Head
Bob Noble, sophomore English j
m3j r from Raleigh, w as recently :
elected chairman of the Inter-Dormi- ;
tory Council court. He succeeds ,
Frank Brown who has resigned.
This is Noble's second year as a
IDC representative. His' other activ-
itifs include membership in the
v esley r oundation, I'm kta bigma
JACQUES TATTS LHaO COxtidf
K 6.B.D. International Films Rcteise
freshman scholastic fraternity and
able at Graham Memorial. Kemps. . partv Hp i currently work. j
, Stevens Shepaid and Campus Clean-,., Qn thp Campus Chest pri I
;ers They may also be obtained J 0thpr mcmbers are clerk
trom me louowing siuaenis: uenny
Thomas. Don Howard. Jim Menzel, i
liay Briggs and Jerry Boudreau. j
The Mardi Gras will be held on the
weekend of March 1. Tickets cost :
S;i a lid provide the purchaser with
admission to the concert, dance.
: special recreation at Graham Mem
orial from 2-3 p. m. Saturday and
a Bermuda Hop in Cobb Basement
Pat Leonard, Jerry Baynes, Walter
Poole, Roger F'oushee, Albert Mil- j
ler. Otto Funderburk, Bob Lee and j
Funderburk, Lee and Berry, new '
members of the court, were elected
the same time the. new chairman
was appointed. ;
(Covtnntcd from 1'arjc I)
James S. Tippett
Dies At His Home Here j
Author-educator James Sterline 1
Tippett died at his home here to- '
clay after a two-week illness. He
, was 72. '
Tirpett. a member of the exten
sion fdivision edudation faculty of
the I'niversity for the past 19 years.
WHAT 7 m
WHAT IS A BOX FOK STORING
..HCFJIRA . , .
Britain's great wartime leader . was best known as the author of 18
propped himself up in bed and in ; children's books He also was a pro-
sisted on writing a stack of busi-:
An afternoon medical bulletin
"Sir Winston's condition is not
greatly changed since yesterday.
He is comfortable, his strength is
maintained, and the fever is a lit
fessional elementary educator.
Funeral services will be at Scot
land, Conn., at a time to be announced.
(Continued from Page 1)
. his master's decree and doctorate:
Negro Warns Klan m philosophy from Columbia Uni-j
MONROE, Feb. 20 (AP) A j versity .' j
Union County Negro leader warn-'
ed flow Luther Hodges today that i Dr. Hook joined the NYU faculty
if Ku Klux Klan motorcades enter 1 1927' and worked his way up to
Negro sections again "mass vio- j full professor in 1939. He has also
lence will erupt." j lectured at Columbia and the New
In a niht letter to the governor. , bchool lor bocial Researcn.
Robert Williams, president of the
Union County branch of the
NAACP, said he wired the gover
nor asking him to prevent Klans-
meeting in this area I
He was one of the chief organizers
of the Committee for Cultural Free- !
dom, the Conference on Methods ih j
Science and Philosophy, and the i
Conference on the Scientific Spirit !
I and Democratic Faith. ' J
Fka ImnrnvPt Opposes Totalitarianism
I NEW YORK, Feb. 20 (AP) In- IIe is renowned for his opposition
1 forn.Hinnal hostes Klsa Maxwell re- i to orm- of totalitarianism and
i maincd under an oxygen tent to
j day but her condition was repott
ed "good" in New York hospital.
She has been hospitalized since
Tuesday with pneumonia.
firmly believes that democracy can
become a living faith for America
in this age of scoial and scientific
Winner of the Nicholas Murray
j Butler Silver Medal for distinction
in the field of philosophy in 1945 for
his work on "Here in History," He
WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN BY j is a member of the American
the hour, day or week. Reason- j Philosophers Association, the New
able -Nancy's Day Nursery, Phone I York Philosophy Club and the John
7-111:1. (1-1107 9) Dewey Society.
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in the Big Dipper, Luekies vifl be' a' j&cllai.
Seller! (It's universal knowleage tnaVyciu
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that's toasted to -taste- eehter:)
don't put'off till tlie 25th century what
you can do today. Try Luekies riglit now!
STUDENTS! MAKE $25
Do you like to shirk work?
Here's some easy money start
Stickling! We'll pay $25 for
every Stickler we print and
for hundreds more that never
get used. Sticklers are simple
riddles with two-word rhyming
answers. Beth words must have
the same number of syllables.
(Don't do drawings.) Send your
Sticklers with your name, ad
dress, college and class to
Happy -Joe-Lucky, Box 67A,
Mount Vernon, N. Y.
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