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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1953
(Cntn,uv,l frcn Page i) outstanding minds in the fields of
In ;i M.tUmcnt of his which appear- Politics, diplomacy, finance and sci-
ii mnitly on the back of the of- j cnt'. fr a week of lectures and
Symposium brochure he said, j minars. The names of the parti-
we expect broad participation in;l''Pan,s will be announced in the
ti 'm- activities. "Symposium Week), i Tuesday edition of the Daily Tar
by students, faculty and citizens in , "pc'-
vhat we hope will be a most' I$otl Geer and Hallford wished to
stimulating series of experiences." i express their collective thanks to all
I'nder the direction of Geer and j tllose People, both faculty and stu
li.illlon!, the l!."8 Symposium willjt,onts. who have worked so hard to
try and focus the interest of the ! tlate- Special mention should also be
crienry on the lireat issue of the given to President William C. Fri
t;:ius"Survival.'" j day. Chancellor William B. Aycock,
In doing this, the Symposium is 1)can James L. Godfrey. Sam Ma-l-rm-Mig
to Chapel Hil many of the P'11- James Wallace. William Mack-
- . . ', ie. William Powell. Miss Anne Queen
" j and Dean Katherine Carmichael.
Don't ever tell them we said so,
but collectors are a queer set of
There's a certain madness that
cne breathes in with the dust of
old books that is out of this
world. The feel of old bindings,
the glitter of worn gold letters,
the knowledge that one holds in
one's hand the very book that
the author himself may have
casually lifted from a pile at
the binder's these odd things
intoxicate like wine.
Collector's shelves reflect a va
riety of tastes, but wherever
you go, the chaps who have
found the joy of owning the
very best copy of the books in
their field form a sturdy and
Maybe you're the stuff collec
tors re made of. If so, you
have many a happy day ahead
of you. Come over and spend a
leisurely half hour in our old
book corner. Better men than
you have discovered a rich per
sonal satisfaction in just such a
205 E. Franklin St.
Open Till 10 P.M.
Prof. Norman Eliason of the De
partment of English will deliver a
faculty Humanities lecture at 8
p.m. Tuesday in Room 106 Carroll
FREE LECTURE ENTITLED:
'The Divine Solution
To Every Human Problem
By JULES CERN, C. S.
Of New York City
Member of the Board of Lecture
ship of The Mother Church, the
First Church of Christ, Scientist
in Boston, Massachusetts.
Thursday, Feb. 27 8 p m.
The Playmakers Theatre
Chapel Hill, N. C.
EAST CAMERON AVENUE
ON THE CAMPUS
Iff thit i the first Christian Sci
rnce lecture you have attended,
Iwe will save a irat for you in
the auditorium until ten minute
I before the lecture. Jut present
this coupon to any usher at the
WHAT TO WEAR ON THE SATELLITE
M'KNK: It is almost zrohour
at Los Hismuth. On stape are
("apt. Carruthers, the man in
charge of the launching of the
satellite, and Manfred Faust us
S:ort, the man who will ride
( arr: Well, Sport, this it,
.sort; Keal gas. Cap. I'm
almost flying already. How
do I look?
( Vjrr: You could wear cat-Rtit
and lemon-peels, and who
v.ou!d w the wiser?
Sport: Wake up, Cap. What
about that crowd at Mt. Palo
mar with that big, spooky
tel. seope? Got to look spiff
( arr: That shirt's a beaut.
Hut, where's the rest of your
Spurt: Who nf-eds more? This
shirt U a Van Heusen Vantage
shirt. It's one of those all
cotton, drip-dry numbers that
never needs ironing.
Carr: What a discovery! But
how will you wash it up there?
Sjort: In the rain, man, in the
Caltt: And how will you dry it?
Sport: in the sun, man, in
Carr: Well, it's zero minus
one. Sport, youH be gone for
ever. (SOUND OF WHOOSH
ING). He's gone.
EPILOGUE: The scene is the
observatory at Mt. Palomar.
Scientist: Man, he's reai gone.
Just look at that Van Heusen
Yes, in outer space, or right
here on terra firma, no drip-dry
discovery ranks with Van
Heusen Vantage shirts. The
tariff? Only $a.
THE DAILY TAR HEIL
Joan Brock, Editor
Kappa Psi's Honor Pledges
The Kappa Psi Pledge class was the guest of honor at a cabin
party at Hocnig's and a banquet and formal dance at the Carolina
Inn last weekend. Music for the cabin party was furnished by the
Hot Nuts combo, while the Five Dimensions added gaiety to the
Regent Hugh Hinton presented the Pledge Class and their spon
sors in the figure at the Carolina Inn after which the pledges join
ed in singing the fraternity's traditional "Kappa Tsi Sweetheart"
song. Guests at the banquet included several members of the school
of Pharmacy faculty, as well as alumni.
Phi Delts Party
Last Saturday night the Phi Delts partied with the SAEs fol
lowing the German's dance. Doug Clark's combo from Chapel Hill
provided music for the occasion as the two fraternities danced to
the latest hits.
Sunday afternoon the Phi Delts were again in a partying mood
and Doug Clark was on hand to continue the festivities.
SAEs Entertain Dates
Friday night the SAEs began the German's activities by enter
taining their dates al the house.
On Saturday night they entertained the Phi Delts at the house
and danced to the music of Doug Clark's combo. An enjoyable
evening was evident as the two fraternities joined in a "rock and
DU Elects Officers
James Harry Menzel of Southern Pines, has been elected presi
dent of Delta Upsilon social fraternity. Other officers chosen in
the group's annual election Wednesday night were Jim Vance,
vice president; Guy Ellis, recording secretary; Don Howard, trea
surer; Don Gray, alumni secretary and Charlie Sloan, corresponding
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Tickets To Duke Game
The athletic business office has
announced the tickets for the
Carolina-Duke game oat Durham
Friday are available at the Wool
len Gym ticket office for $2.50
PETITES MUSICALES Paul Doktor, concert violist, right, and
Rafael Puyana, harpsichordist, will appear in a joint recital present
ed in Gerrard Hall March 5 at 8 p.m. The two artists are being pre
sented by Petites Musicales of GMAB.
Illinois Coltege of Optometry
announces that applications for ad
mission to its classes beginning
September 8, 1958 are now boing
3-year course of professional study
leading to the degree.
Doctor of pptometry
Requirements for Entrance
2 years (60 sem. hours or equiva
lent qtr. hours) in specified liberal
arts and sciences.
Write for bulletin to: REGISTRAR
Illinois College of Optometry, 3245
Michigan Ave., Chicago 16, Illinois.
Paul A. Johnston, director of the
N. C. Department of Administra
tion in Raleigh, will address a UNC
Faculty Club luncheon at 1 p.m.
Tuesday in Carolina Inn.
He will speak on "Policy and Ad
The Dental Dames club will meet j
Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Victory !
Village Community Center. I
! Officers will be nominated and
a vote will be taken on a constitu
tion for the organization.
Tlie meeting will be followed by
a social hour.
! All students have been invited by
the Canterbury Club to the group's
supper meeting today at 6 p.m.
preceding tonight's service in the
Intercontinental Faith Missiles"
; Preaching Mission.
i Refreshments will be served fol
lowing the Preaching Mission pro
mam. COMOl'OLITAN CLUB
The Cosmopolitan Club will meet
I today at 4 p.m. in the Library As
j scmbly Room.
j The program is entitled '"South
America," and students from that
' part of the world will present fea
. tures of their own countries.
! The public has been invited.
The Statistics Colloquium will
meet Monday at 4 p.m. in Room
206 Phillips Hall.
Speaker for the public meeting
will be Junjiro Ogawa.
The Graduate Club will hold of
ficer elections at its meeting Mon
day at 6 p.m. in the upstairs din
ing room of Lenoir Hall.
All'grad students are considered
members and are eligible to attend
and vote in the elections.
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THE LENTEN PREACHING MISSION
FEBRUARY 23, 24, 25
The Epfscopal Student Congregation
The Rev. Gordon Charlton
Overseas Department of the National Council of the Episcopal Church
Sunday, February 23, 11:00 A.M.
BLUEPRINTS FOR ICFM
SundayFebruary 23, 7:30 P.M.
LAUNCHING THE EPISCOPAL MISSILE
Monday, February 24, 7:30 P.M.
BLASTING THE BARRIERS
Tuesday, February 25, 7:30 P.M.
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SOME ARE TRAVELLING
10 MILLION MILES
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j I f PROFESSOR,
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THIS SPECTROSCOPE ACTS LIKE
A FILTER. IT SEPARATES THE
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KNOWLEDGE OF SPACE
DEPENDS TO A LARGE
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IN FORMATION J
THE FILTER ON A CIGARETTE
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WHY I SMOKE VICEROYS.
' VICEROY GIVES YOU MORE
OF WHAT YOU CHANGE,
TO A FILTER FOR!
YOUSEE, VICEROY HAS MORE THAN
OnCOO FILTER TRAPS. THOUSANDS
AND THOUSANDS MORE THAN OTHER
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VICEROY GIVES YOU;
MORE OF WHAT
YOU CHANGE TO
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