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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1958
TH8 OAH.Y TA HEIL
Covering I he University Campus
V POSTS INTI'UUK.YS
As'pl K-ant s art now being inter
v.twril ;it tin YMCA for cabinet
I for tJit 103a-59 school
i . i r
'..m;hiis ti) bo filled include:
1 1 munuuty Affairs, Conferences,
I li.iiice Drive. Public Affairs, Pub
.,!!v. Vespers and Worship, Y Nite.
: . i n it uitial lUlations, and United
i,v men student who are Inter
t . I should 1eue their names in the
" nffice. The interviews will be
l.' t from 2 6 o'clock each after-
i - tod.iy through Friday.
( ll mi E ADF.K TKYOITS
In, outs for cheerleaders will be
t ii.iy at 4 p. m. in Kenan Stadium,
i the event of rain, tryouts will
I held in the Tin Can.
A C average is required of all
t , ndulates. Tl;e group will meet
every afternoon this week at four
c t !o( k. Practice will last about one
, .ii.l one half hours.
(inl candidates should wear bcr
e m!.i shorts and tennis shoes. Last
vr.ir's cheerleaders have been asked
I'V t arter Jones, head cheerleader,
to come down and help out.
M TII COLLOQUIUM
l'r. S 1) Chow la w ill speak at
the Mathematics Colloquium at 4
p m. today. His subject will be
'eta Function and L-Series."
I MYSKS COLLOQUIUM
The Joint Physics Colloquium
sponsored by UNC and Duke will
lf held today at 8 p. ni. in Phillips
Hall. Prof. J. C. Daunt of Ohio
State University will discuss Con
t.nuous Refrigeration Below One
UADUATi: HISTORY CLUB
The Graduate History Club will
n eet today at 8 p. in. in the Library
.ssemblv I'ooin ,
Dr. John U. Alden. Chairman ot
the History Department at Duke,
will speak on "The New American
Nation Series" and his own volume,
"The American Revolution, 1775
1783." TRI DELT SCHOLARSHIP
Thursday, marks the close of
competition for the 1953 Tri Delta
AH women students enrolled at
Carolina are eligible to apply for
this scholarship. Application blanks
may be obtained from the Dean of
FELLOWSHIP FOR SCHOOL
Four Chapel Hill miuisters, two
white and two Negro, will speak
at the regular meeting of the
Chapel Hill Fellowship for School
They will discuss the role of the
church in race relations, especially
In the area of public school desegre
gation. The public has been invited to at
tend the meeting. It will take place
Thursday at 8 p. m., at St. Joseph's
Church on West Rosemary Street.
The Cosmopolitan Club will hold
its annual International Open House
on Sunday, April 20, from 3-5 p. m.,
at Hillel House, 210 Cameron Street.
Any student having articles or
crafts from foreign countries has
been asked to loan them to the club
for exhibit. Anyone interested can
contact Miss Leila Ibraham at third
Kenan, phone 8-9076.
The public and all students have
been invited to attend.
WUNC RADIO PROGRAM
7:00 Window on the Waltz
7:30 Vistas of Israel
7:45 Carnival of Books
8:00 Ideas and the Theater
9:00 Georgetow n University Radio
9:30 Music From Germany
10:00 Evening News Summary
10:15 Evening Masterwork
11:30 Sign off
WUNC TV SCHEDULE
United State History
Quest for Adventure
Today on the Farm
Music in the Air '
Science and Nature
French Tlirough Television
Methods for Modern
Issues for Modern Teachers
Issues in Education
5:45 Uncle Wonder's Workshop
6:00 The Subject is Jazz
Front Page in Foreign
Sunday School Lesson
8:30 Atoms For You
9:00 Geography for Decision
9:30 Living Books
10:00 Final Edition
10:03 Tomorrow" on Channel Four
10:07 Sign off ;
Plan Annual Assembly
University alumni will hold their
annual assembly here April 24.
At the one day meeting new candi
dates for alumni offices will be an
nounced. An Alumni Association re
port will be made and a dinner dis
cussion will feature Chancellor Wil
liam B. Aycock . and other Univer
sity officials. ' .
At a luncheon meeting in Carolina
Inn James W. Poole, chairman of
the Alumni Annual Giving program
will give a report. This will be the
sixth annual report. In the first five
years this program has given over
$250,000 to the University.
Cash For News
The Daily Tar Heel will pay $10
for the best news story or news tip
phoned in by a non-staff member.
The paper will also pay a $5
prize for the most humorous story.
Will Hold Rally
North Carolina's Young Demo
crats are to hold a rally and work
shop April 1-8 and 19 in Raleigh
according to an announcement by
Bob Futrelle, president of the
North Carolina YDC. Representa
tives of YDC organizations from
colleges and universities through
out North Carolina will attend.
The workshop will begin at 2
p.m. Friday with registration of
the visiting delegations at the
State College Union. The schedule
of events for Friday includes a re
ception at the Governor's Mansion
with Mrs. Luther H. Hodges; a ban
quet, with an address by Terry
Sanford; and a dance at the Col
Study groups will get under way
at 9 o'clock Saturday morning. Bob
Futrelle will lead the workshop for
members of existing YDC groups;
Harold Wilson, of Wake Forest
Law School, will work with those
wishing to start a Young Demo
crat Club: and Everett Beam.
Clerk of Superior Court of Stanly
County, will conduct a study of
The purpose of the event will
be to further emphasize thinking
on a political and governmental
level in order to make the student
a better citizen in his community.
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Jury Interviews Today
Jury interviews -will be held to
day and tomorrow in the Council
Room on the second floor of Gra
ham Memorial from 4:15-5:30 p.m.
and in the evening from 7:15-9
All interested students should fill
out a jury application blank in the
Student Government Office and
sign the appointment list. . Both
male and female applicants will
be interviewed at these times.
Increase Is Exi
In Summer Attendance
Plans for the 1958 Summer Ses
sion at the University . of lNortn
Carolina have been completed and
announced by the director, Guy B.
Phillips. Keen interest has been' in
dicated by a large number of re
quests for information from college
students, public school teachers and
other professional presonnel.
A number of special activities
are being provided which will mean
that an increased number of people
will be in Chapel Hill during the
The Institute for Teachers of
Mathematics ,andi Science will be
conducted here for the second year.
The candidates have been selected
from a long list of applications from
many sections of the United States.
These persons have been granted
A program will be offered to an
estimated 50 persons in television
teaching in cooperation with the
Ford Foundation which has spon
sored programs in 19 school sys
tems during the current year.
Dr. Robert Hughes who is on the
School of Education staff will begin
a program of work for teachers of
special education and will be assist
ed by Dr. Plumlee from the Uni
versity of Illinois in a speech cor-
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WANTED: FURNISHED APART
ment or house for the first si.
weeks school for man, wife and
one child. Write Y. II. Allen. Asst.
Supt., Robeson County Schools,
Lumberton, N. C. (eng.)
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win the Women's Group Sing di
vision. Smith Dorm and Alpha Delta Pi
sorority fought it out on even
groundstieing for the trophy in
the musical skit division. The
Smithians did a hilarious bit en
titled "Dear Mr. Editor." Time and
again they brought the house down
by referring to campus problems
in a humorous manner. Equally
funny were the ADPi's with their
skit entitled "Carolina Corral." All
of the girls were dressed in what
must be termed female cowboy
suits, but which looked more like
the elaborate costumes seen in a
New York chorus line.
The crowd appeared to thor
oughly jenjoy all phases of the
evening's entertainment from the
first Golden Fleece tapping until
the end of the Valkyrie Sing and
"Hark the Sound."
Mrs. Charles E. Milner
Mrs. Charles E. Milner, 46, wife
of the acting director of the Univer
sity, died at her home in Chapel
Hill yesterday after a long illess.
Services will be conducted this
afternoon at 3 at the University
rection course. Some of the basic
course requirements can be met
during the summer.
Supervisors of student teaching
will have a six weeks' workshop
program in this important area of
Summer session attendance n
the part of public school teachers
can mean a numbers of things to
the individual in addition to per
sonnel improvement. It will contri
bute to the raising of the certificate
and result in some salary increase,"
Phillips commented. "Under a new
ruling teachers may now deduct
expenditures in the Summer Session
from the Federal Income Tax pay
ment. This should help teachers
who are doing work for the im
provement in the quality of instruc
tion for children."
A broad program of academic
courses will be offered for under
graduate and graduate students in
different areas. A number of visit
ing instructors will supplement the
work of regular staff member who
will remain in Chapel Hill for the
The Dozier Loan Fund for teac
hers will be available in addition
to the special scholarships of $75
available from the State Depart
ment of Public Instruction from
funds allocated at the last session
of the Assembly.
Has anyone ever noticed how
nothing improves one's driving like
having a police car following?
Spring CU Day
To Be At State
The spring CU Day and Carnival
Night of the Consoldiated University
will be held Saturday at the College
Union building on the campus of
N. C. State College.
According to Kelly Maness, presi
dent of Consolidated University
Student Council, 15 bus loads of
Women's College girls will arrive
in Raleigh for the day's activities,.
"All students of the three schools
are invited to attend the event,"
The day will consist of carnival
games, an 'informal dance and
crowning of the CU Day queen.
The major purpose of this com
bined project is to promote a friend
ly competetive spirit among cam
pus organizations at the three
schools and will give the schools a
chance to participate in one large
Booths will be constructed by
many organizations on the three
campuses and will be assembled on
the second floor of the student union.
Some of the games are penny toss
ing, candle bowling, BB shooting,
and fortune telling.
Booths will be open from 1-11 p.
m. One UNC organization has enter
ed a booth. ;
Contestants for the queen will be
introduced at the dance and crown
ed at 10 p.m. Only organizations hav
ing booths may sponsor a contest
ant for queen.
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In favoring the new rules, Miss
Wilkinson pointed out that she didn't
think people could get along with
out some supervision; therefore
she favored supervised study.
' "Rules should be elastic enough
to take in special events happening
on campus, but when a girl cc.ncs
to college she needs such rules in
order to adjust to campus life," she
Miss McCord said that she went
to school under a situation where
rules for freshmen were the same
as upper classmen. Her main point
was that the situation should de
mand a change if any were to be
made. "The girls to be affected by
the rules should make them." said
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GREENSBORO, (AP)-Senior out
fielder Dick Hunter, a halfback
star on State's Atlantic Coast Con
ference Champion football team
last fall, leads ACC batting -with
an average of .500 after the first
three weeks of 1958. action.
Hunter, who has led the Wolf
pack to a 7-0 early-season record
overall and a 3-0 mark within the
conference, has collected 13 hits
in 26 times at bat and ' has also
scored 11 times. His closest chal
lenger is outfielder Rex McMil
lan of Wake Forest, who' has 12
hits in 27 at bats for a mark of
Buster Ledford, a junior outfield
er for Wake Forest, has the most
stolen bases, five. Don Oldham,
Carolina second baseman, has col
lected the most hits, 17, and also
has scored the most runs. 15.
ACC Service Bureau figures, in
cluding games of last Saturday,
show that there is only one other
.400 or better hitter in the con
ference at this early date.
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