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IN LIEU OF THE RUSSIANS . . . When our Russian friends decided that they would arrive
t midnight instead of noon yesterday, we turned to our files and pulled out this picture of a
typical registration line from past years. You just can't win em all.
Are Visiting At Carolina
GONE WITH THE WIND Tar Heel runners Wayne Biship
end Dave Scurlock pictured here shortly before their departure
to sunny California. Both boys, ACC champions in their events,
ire expected to face stiff opposition on the West Coast.
California Bound This Week
Its off to California again for Relays in Los Angeles where he i VUXC-TV at 6:15 with Don Fur
Carolina's good will ambassadors turned in a very fine 1:50.5 time tado, student body president, and
Wayns Bishop and Dave Scur- for his top event, the 880-yard Allard K. Lowenstein. former
lock, where the two stars will run. i president of the United States
compete in a series of meets on j Last year running in the Students Association.
the West Coast. ftCAA championships in Texas,
Scurlock will be running in ScurIock ran one of the ten fast
several meets including the Cali-: csl half miles 5n history when
fornia Relays held a few days j he ciockec an incredible 1:48.2
ago on May 31 and the Compton j Ume to place Ulird in the. m
Invitational on June 6, the NCAA won by workrs rmrd holder
on June 13-14 and the AAU at I tj..., nt TTi.rcit,, nf
Batersfield on June 20-21.
Bishop will be running in both
the NCAA and the National AAU.
For Scurlock, it will be the re-
turn to scenes of past triumphs
He recently won in the well
publicized, star-studded Coliseum
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California. He Will again be fac
ing Bowden this month in both
the NCAA and AAU meets.
This year Scurlock came on
fast in the spring after a pain
ful ankle injury sidelined him for
over a month. Gradually working
(See SCURLOCK Page 4)
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA
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i Six Russian student editors will ,
be on campus today and tomor- j
row, as part of a student exchange
arranged by the United States
National Students Association.
The six editors arived yester
day and will observe the Univers
ity, State College, and certain
phases of Durham and Raleigh
life as part of their 30-day tour '
of the United States.
Averaging in age from 28 to
38, the Russian guests, edit stu
dent and youth publications in
various parts of the Soviet Union.
The editors will today have
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breakfast with several members I KVt"1 V" n t'.ceneiu up
of the faculty, and then will tour : portunity for all students, par-
the campus, including the gym
nasium, hospital, library, chem
istry building, physics building, j
a women's dormitorv. and the of-:
fices of The Daily Tar Heel and
The group will participate in a
student government discussion,
which will be followed by a
church group luncheon.
The editors will then go to
Durham to meet Mayor E. J.
Evans and tour Liggett and Myers
They will appear at a press
(nnfiirPTifo in Phanpl Hill at 4
p.m. in Graham Memorial, and
will appear on television over
At 8:30, the editors will view
the show at the Morehead Plane -
tar iu m. j
Their itinerary for Friday in-,
eludes a class (Dr. Guy Johnson's !
class on the Negro), a tour of
Duke University, a tour of North
Carolina College, a swim in Kess-;
ing Pool, a tour of the offices '
of Governor Luther Hodges, and i
a visit to Jonathan Daniels, edi
tor of The Raleigh News and Ob
server. Two of the editors speak Eng- j
lish, and -interpreters are tour-
jng with the other four.
To Be At Carolina
The University of North Carolina tomorrow opens its doors for
the 1958 Summer School, in which will be enrolled a total of slightly
over 3300 students.
Today is Registration Day for all enrollees, regardless of wheth
er or not they have previously attended UNC. Tomorrow morning
regular classes will start at 7:30 a.m. Students are reminded tht
classes will also be held this Saturday in all courses.
Summer School will again run for twelve consecutive weeks ter
minating on the 23rd of August. The first session will run from to
morrow until the previously mentioned date in August.
The male population of the school will be happy to learn that
of the 3300 students who will be enrolled in the Summer School,
many will be women. The usual seven to one ration of men to wo
men will be lowered to a little over 2-1 according to the latest word
from Summer School officials.
Class attendance will be on the same basis as the regular year,
as rules pertaining to this will be left to the discretion of the in
structor. However, class attendance will be taken from the first
, . (jay tkat courses are held
Party - June
6 At 7 PM.
Come one and come all to the
fifth annual Summer School Wel
come Party being held tomor
row night from7 to 10 p.m. in
Featured entertainment for the
evening will be the combo of
Jim Crisp. Tomorrow night's
event is being sponsored by the
combined efforts of the YMCA
and the YVCA, and both organ
izations are strongly urging that
all students here for the first
session come by and join in the
Working with the Y's in the
Panning of this year's Welcome
i party was the Summer School
Actvities Council under the chair
man ship of Nelson Lavergne.
As part of the festivities re
freshments will be served
throughout the evening. This
! ticularly the new students, to
meet and party with other Caro
linians. Nola Hat ten, one of the chair-
' men Mhe P3' said' "X certain-
; ly nope uiai a gouii many ii uur
: students will be able to come
over on Friday night. I would
like to stress that everyone is
invited and will be made wel- j drama groups'
come j Crammed into the few weeks
"In the past summers, the Wel- i ahead will be plenty of opportunity
come Party has always proved to Uo increase one's academic stand
be one of the highlights and I i uig as well as to have a good
am sure that evervbodv will have
an enjoyable evening. See you
! torrow niSht'
Summer Activities Board
It was also learned that the
Summer School Activities Board
is in need of people to work with ; with both the Men's and the Worn
it this summer in planning the ! en-s groups being composed oi
activities for the summer stu-1 seven members,
dents here. Anyone interested is students are reminded that the
1 ur&d to com by th S,udcnJ
Government Office on the second
floor of Graham Memorial.
Anyone interested in submit
ting ropy for The Summer School
Weekly should turn it in to
room 20t), Graham Memorial, as
early as possible, but no later
Hum 6 p.m. on Tuesday of each
week. The phone number for
the paper is 9-3361.
JUNE 5, 1958
tomorrow. Instructors will be ex
pected to no;ify any student who
has an unreasonable number of
cuts before he is dropped from
Auditing privileges will not be
granted to any student during the
Summer Session. Only those stu
dents regularly registered for a
course may attend.
I Students will want to take ad-
j vantage of the -facilities ot woollen
j Gym throughout their stay this
: summer. Of particular interest
will be Kessing Pool located be-
j hind the Si'm- Also of interest are
handball courts, boxing and
wrestling rooms and other outlets
for the more athletically inclined.
Lenoir Hall will be open during
the summer months as will the
other University dining halls the
Carolina Inn and Spencer Dormi-
j tory. Also available to students
will be the food of the town's many
For entertainment, the Carolina
and Varsity Theaters isee ads on
page 4) will be open during the
summer months. Also available
for summer lun will be the facili
ties of Graham Memorial Student
Union and the three Y-nites now
In addition, many seminars and
conferences will be held on this
campus during the next two and
a half months for a variety of
organizations ranging from So
ciology teachers to high school
The Honor Councils will func
tion this sunvner as in the past,
j Campus Code will also be enforc-
ed throughout the summer months.
Instructors or students desiring
to release inlormation of interest
to the Councils are urged to con
tact either the chairman of the
Men's or the Women's Councils.
If this cannot be done, contact
: may be made with the Office of
1 Student Affairs.
New students have been urged
to acquaint themselves with the
working of the Honor Code and
the Campus Code.