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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 19SS
THE DAILY TAR HEEL
AT UNC INFIRMARY
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While s'oinu' fbroush their physical fit d. The University expects stu-
summations, new students Will set: dents tn mvt thi.jp rthliffatWic
. 1xik at the University Infirmary.
I'h.nnre- re it won't be a last
lm.k; for sooner or later, there will
I a sore throat, colli or some oth-
r jnlment necessitating their re
turn lor medical care.
The present Infiimary building
v.is built durinj World War II by
the Univrri'y and the U. S. Navy.
,nI wilt first occupied by the In
linu.'iry Staff in lM6.
The Infirmary- is best entered
HmMich the hospital's clinic entrance
it one is Widking, or through th
.de e iv ranee at the rear of the
I I si!al if driving over.
The first IWr houses the output i-
accept their responsibilities for
classroom work missed.
Excuses are not granted for rea-
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Freedom at Carolina? There's
lots of it.
But along with this freedom
Students here are completely on
their own during quizzes and
exams, for instance. The professor
or instructor does not monitor
ons other than trivial nor for tri-.his classes during those periods,
vial complaints like slight head-1 This puts, the student on his
eehes, where the fulfillment of their honor not to lie ,cheat, or steal,
classroom, obligations does not en
danger the students' welfare.
Excuses are not granted at night,
Saturday afternoon or Sunday. In
the event the. student becomes ill
at liome. a signed statement by the
physician or parent must lie pre
sented at the Infirmary before ihe
student can be excused from those
Infirmary hours are 9-U:30 a.rn.
qualities of character and learer-; through his actions' that he
is no , is "much above criticism as it em-
ger worthy of that trust. . j bodies those principles of honesty
Thus, the Diirnnse nF tht. TTnn. ! and integrity which men through
out the world hold dear.
"The Honor System cannot fail.
This system, said Patterson eur-
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lcm,j 13 iaBl" lKJl - i"1 siem are many. It gives a stu
most .students here. t j dent the chance to be honorable
"Carolina has not always had ; and it provides that part of ' an i Only we as students can fail. Our
an Honor System," he said. "This j education which develops in the I Honor System is only as good as
system was initiated through the; student qualities of character and i tne students who live under it," he
efforts of many students who felt, leadership," he said. i said.
I we can be proud. Defame it ani
"Uphold it and we as students only we can be held responsible .
will have an Institution of which for the consequences.
i nt department, consultation rooms ! ind 2-3 p.m. Monday through Sat
vaitim: hall and laboratories. urday. Sunday hours are 10-11:30
file second floor provides rooms a.m. and 2-5 pm.
for t !. who must remain over- j However, the Infirmary's doors
I'.J'.t It boasts some GO beds, al-, never close; emergency eases are
though tlie averauc number of stu- J received 24 hours, a day, including
e, nis remaining overnight is from ! holidays and periods when school
:r to Z".
Infirtrnry doctors say they al
" ays e.pct and have the greatest
t umber of patients during Janu
ary, February, and March, the res
piratory disease months.
Kxcuses can be obtained from the
lntirmary. Students can be ex
cs.isrd fiotn classes for medical rea
son at the tune an illness occurs,
it in the judgment of the attending
plsysii un. such excuses are justi-
is not in session.. No harge is
made for usual treatment because
a standard medical fee is included
in student fees. But if treatment
requires use of Memirial Hospital
facilities, the usual hospital ex
penses must be paid by the student.
The Infirmary has equipment for
laboratory work and routine X-rays,
plus the opportunity for the stu
dent to have access to the consulta
tive staff and use of equipment of
the larger Memorial Hospital.
as we feel today, t'lat men arei
basically honest and should be
given the chance to prove them
Patterson said not nany students
stop to think about the system's
i "In part, I have answered the
Patterson said the system here Patterson ended with this warn-
the three activities forbidden by
Aside from this and the fairly
detailed regulations governing co
eds, the rules here are few
. Prohibiting the three violations j Question already. We like to think:
mentioned above is the Honor j ,hat man is a basically honest
Code, which tries to encourage creature' but an individual does
what is called the Honor System! j not inherit the qualities of intog
Students who find being on!rily vvhich society demands of its ;
their own too great a temptation, ! cltlzens- I
however, are likely to wind up be-1 "A person may be instructed as;
fore the Men's or Women's Honor I to those things which he should;
Council. These organizations have and should not do. but he can only
the authority to suspend or even become honorable by practicing :
expel students. j being honorable," he said
The Honor System, savs Men's
The Honor Systerc here gives
Valkyries And Fleece
Top Honoraries Here
Carolina's highest honorary or-! character, scholarship, and unself-ganti-at.ons
are the Valkyries for j i.sh service.
w men and the Order of the Gold-! TheDrder of the Golden Fleece
Honor Council Chairman Hugh students the chance 'o prove they;
Patterson, "gives a student the I are "basically honest," he said, j
chance to be honorable and it) 'The student enters an atmos
provides that part of an education j phere of complete trust and he is
which develops in the student ; trusted, explicitly until he shows
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Rep. Umstead Receives Award
John W. Umstead, Jr., of Chapel j Washington Duke Hovel.
Hill, State Representative from j
Orange County and chairman of j FIVE FROSH OPPONENTS
the North Carolina State Hospital,! Coac Bud Carson's frosh eleven
Board of Control, was honored Sat-j will get their initial test when thev
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We Extend A Cordial
Invitation To Enter
urday in Durham.
Rep. Umstead was given special
recognition by the North Carolina
meet up with the Virginia freshmen
at Virginia Oct. 3.
The rest of the schedule includes
State Employees Association as a ; games with Wake Forest at Wake
special feature of their 12th an-':rprest Oct 17, Maryland here Oct.
nual convention in Durham. j 31. N. C. State at Raleigh Nov. 8,
The convention was held at the 1 nd Duke at Duke Nov. 27.
taps an undetermined number of
men students in the junior class
or above. Graduate students, facul
ty members and prominent outside
n Fleece fr men.
The Valkyries takes each year
nt more th.in two per cent of the
undercradtiate coed enroll
ment Thi organization taps its citizens are often taken in.
m 'iibers in secret, pro-dawn cere-j The Fleece, founded in 1903,
innnn I? crvs to promote lead- j attempts to cut across sectional
crh)p and service among women j boundaries of student interest. It
t;nt nt. honors the outstanding men in
CH-d chosen to be tapped are all field of campus endeavor.
( ted on the basis of leadership, j The annual tapping is held each
spring in Memorial Hall.
Other honoraries here include
the Order of the Holy Grail and
the Order of the Old Well.
The Grail Is an honorary service
organization that each year takes
in thirteen rising juniors and sen
iors. The membership is divided
equally between dormitory and fra
ternity men, with the delegata be
ing the 13th man. Selections are.
made mainly on character and
The Grail is dedicated to im-
The Hook Kxcbange. located in
the basement of Steele Dorm on
the south side ol the camptts, sells
new and used books and school
-applies ranging from pencils to
the finest stationary
ket price, but for the thrifty stu
dent, there are used books priced
according to their condition. Stu
dents may also sell their u.sed
textbooks to the Book Ex. obtaining
from nothing to half price.
Stoic hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:30
p rn. on class days.
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hooks are sold at the mar-; " . V-J""u Wd ol
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The Order of the Old Well is
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supplies, snacks, sandwiches, soft
drinks, magazines, newspaper, toil
et supplies and lotions here.
The Scuttlebutt hours are 7:30
am. to 11 p.m. weekdays and 1-11
p m. on Sundays.
The Mongram Club, directly
across from the tennis courts, also
h:is a snack bar and fountain
knovn as the Circus Room, anJ'
sH! various school supplies and
toiletries for the students use. Th
Circus Room observes the same
hours as the Scuttlebutt.
Supplies, toiletries, etc. may al
so be bought at V Court from 7:30
a m. to 5 p m. at Lenoir Hall dur
ing meal hours, and at downtown
High Grades Earn Frosh
What honors C3n freshmen win
their first year? Theres one that
takes hard work but it's worth the
This honor i making Phi Eta
Sima. the national honorary fra
ternity for freshmen who gain
hih averages in their work. To be
chosen you have to make one half
As and the other half R's during
your lirt year.
The organiaztion is comparable
to T'hi Beta Kappa, honorary fra
ternity for uppcrclassmen.
With a roikI start this year you
may be bale to make the latter
honorary. Many freshmen have
gooe on to do this.
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