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THE DAILY TAR HEEL
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1?33
GET YOUR HAIR
The Village Barber Shop
Across From Post Office
feps Locate Job
Mur.y students here work part
time while going to school.
If you want or n:etl a job the
l'ir.st thing you must do is visit
the Student Air office in the Hanoi
There y.j;' will be interviewed
oand you will tell them what kind
of job you are interested in, the
work you are capable of doing.
Alo available are scholarships,
loan-;, unc! grants-in-aid. These can
1).' applied for at the same office.
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If ycu get a job working for
meals it will likely be at Lenoir
Hall or the Carolina Inn, that is if
you work for the University. Some
students get jobs in downtown
Other places to work hen in
clude Graham Memorial, the Scut
tlebutt, the Monogram Club, the
Pine Room, the library, and others.
' A "C" average is usually requir
ed to keep a job but exceptions
sometimes can be made.
Freshmen have been advised
. not to work unless it's necessary.
: But th? Student Air office realizes
. that sometimes you can't get by
I without working.
This office is open from 9 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m. on weekdays and un
til noon on Saturdays. Students in
terested in discussing job or schol-
; arship possibilities have been in-
vited to come by.
Approval of the Student Aid of-
! lice is not needed if you wa:vt to
. work for downtown restaurants,
theaters, filling stations, or other
j In this case the student is com
i pletely on his own.
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CHAPEL HILL. 14. C.
University Dance Group
Serves As Host Often
The University Dance Cor.mit
tee seres as host at Carolina
cianees and maintains order at so
cial functions given by various
Friday And His Man Aycock
Two men you will hear a lot about while you are here are shown above. On the !tft is Consolidated
University President William C. Fiiday, one of the youngest men ever to occupy the large president's
hone on Frenklin St. Friday picked as UNC Chancellor the man shown at right, William B. Aycock,
year before last. Ayccck replaced Robert B. House, who retired.
New .uuj needed: Kolfs "Smoke Tote" in crashed
cowl i id-., with rn.dthinp leather lighter attached,
holds ,i p.uk of cigarettes. Tucks in a handbag, or
a!ne with room for feminine nccovsitrrs. And
cu t ou sec it doubling for rusriietics at times with
I ho lighter ca-ily dclachi'd? In your choice of
hou r colors.
Wentworrh & Sloan
167 E. Franklin St.
7 41 E
1 .00 Type Free
?o Separate Codes
Form Honor System
October 10 has Veen set as the
deadline for student insurance.
Several changes ave occurred re
cently among the University's ad
ministration circles, the main one
being i;he move from. South Build-"
ing by the Consolidated University
The Consolidated University of
fices formerly were located on
South Building's first floor. Last
year they moved to the old Institute
of Government Building, across the
street ixom the Planetarium.
.Top roan in the Consolidated Uni
versity is William C. Friday, usual
ly a very busy person.
I His duties constantly keep him
I moving back and forth to State
j College in Raleigh and Woman's
1 College in Greensboro, both units
j forming part of the Consolidated
I Serviig as Friday's special as
sistant is Claude Teague, formerly
the University Business .Manager.
Teague retired year before last but
Friday retained Mm ou his staff.
Willictm D. Carmichael Jr. is the
I Consolidated University vice presi
dent and finance officer. His duties
include handling the University
purse strings and assisting Friday
on other monetary matters.
Business Officer and Treasurer
is Alexander H. Shepard.
Inside South Building there have
also been recent changes.
Roy Armstrong, for many years
l director of admissions, moved up
I during the summer to become ex
I ceutive secretary of the lorehead
j Temporarily serving in Arm
i strong's old position in Charlie
' Eernaid, assistant admisions di
i rector until this summer. Many ex-
The judicial arm of student gov-whether the accused is innocent or
eminent here consists of a lien's 1 guiltw
and Women's Honor Court:.' a Stu-! In the event the student is ! Pect Bernard to be named pcrmaa-
Tie cost of the policy is $9.00 : cnt Council, and a law and medi-1 found guilty, the Honor Council de
a y-ar. According to Rav Jcf fenes. I cal school court. j cides the penalty.
assistant to the dean of student af-; Other special bodies include the! Honor case trials areclosed to William B. Aycock, appointed year
fairs, the premium's cost has I Interdormitorv Council, the Wo- fhe public for protection of those 1 before last to replace Robert B.
Chancellor of the University is
dropped since lust year. . men's Residence Council, the ! involved.
Insured students will be covered ! House Council, and the Dance Com-1 Right of appeal? Certainly. If a
tor up to'SlOOO lor loss of life and milfee.
for up to S200 for surgical bene- i T ,iiff ,rnt
codes form the
House. House retired due to a trus
tee ruling requiring officials to step
student thinks his trial was not ; down at age 65.
conducted properly he may ap- j Next to the chancellor
backbone of the honor system: the ! peal to a student-faculty appellate j top positions in South Building are
court, made up ct the chairmen ot j occupied by Dean of Student Af
the Men's and Women's Honor j fairs Fred Weaver and Dean of
Councils, the chairman of the Stu- j Women Miss Katherine Kennedy
dent Council, and three faculty j Carmichael.
shall not 4ie... cheat, or steal. Oth-
tu, ! uhun ims 1Ionor Code and the Campus Code,
surance plan paid off for us last j xhe first states . that a student
year, lie pointed out that the in-
fcM ! n n Cr it-ill uHi'1 n,p Vt
- l" ' ! er viol itior.s include plagiarism,
' " . . I falsifying class rolls and library
The insurance coverage is for a I c.)rcs
12-month period, Sept. 1, 1953 V1 c s'
Se.t. 1, 1959, including the periods inv i'u uu XVL
wh?n students are traveling to arill qii-'Oi-eaxam is your woiu mat .
All interested students are eligi
ble to serve on the jury.
CWA Set Up For Those
Not In A Sorority
j Under Weaver are Sam Magill,
j assistant dean of student affairs,
j aid Ray . Jefferies, assistatt to the
! dean of student affairs.
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Main Dining R6om
Seafood and Steaks
Bar and Patio
Recreation, Drinks, Music
from Chanel Hit! dnrin vnt ;,, ou have neither given
and the summer breaks. Jefferies ceived an aid
said last year there were not many I The Campus Code says you
claims during the school year but shall act as a gentleman at all
the company paid off many times 1 times and. whenever possible, see
during the summer
The policy is made available j apply to both on and off the camp-; noj- belong to a sorority,
through the Pilot Life Insurance j us. jhe group is made up of'three
Company, Raleigh. I The Student Council has jurisdic-; representatives from each of the
3?'or the married student, there j (ion over campus code eases, elec-j women's dormitories and three
is a Blue Cross and Blue Shield i tjons iavv and constitutional viola-'; from the Town Girls Assn.
program at a special group rate, j lions Its purposes are to promote ex
this program oilers an excellent! , ... jrdarurricular activities, aid other
In Miss Carmicliael's office are
Miss Isabelle MacLeod, executive
The Carolina Women's Assn j secretary; CMrs. 'Martha DeBerry,
is the legislative organization of , assistanf to the dean of women:
I that others do. This is supposed to ; ai JNC women students who do i and Miss LuAnne Thornton, per
sonal adviser to women.
Charles M. Shaffer is the direc
tor of development. Working with
him as assistant if Roy Holsten.
Dean of awards and distinctions is
Ernest L. Mackie.
Respective deans of the General
College, the faculty, and the College
of Arts and Sciences are, respective
ly, Cecil Johnson, J. L. Godfrey and
involving Honor Code violations. ! campus organizations, provide op
The Attorney General's office does i portunities for independent coeds
the investigating; a jury decides ; to .participate in campus affairs.
j and to coordinate the activities 01 j j carlyle Sitterson.
independent and sorority girls.
opportunity to the married student
to provide coverage for himself, hi.;
wl'a and all unmarried dependent
cnuaren unuer ih years 01 age. j
The cost of the program will be !
1750 nor rui.iri 'r i Jefferies reminded students who
An information booth will be seL 1 already hold policies and are eligi- j '
up during registration. Applications j ble to receive payments for claims j Speeding was blamed for 13.200
fo either insurance policy will he I must xile claims with the company, i deaths on U. S. highways in 1957.
available at the information booth, i Blanks are available at his office; 53.000 Americans were injured in
the Y and at Graham Memorial. 1 and the Infirmary, he said. 'car-bicycle mishaps in 1957.
Gen. Carlyle Shepard, whose of
fice is in 315, is the man to see if
ycu have questions about your
draft status. Veterans must go by
his office to receive their monthly
GI Bill payments.
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Collegiate Atmosphere Leave Nothing To Be Desired.
Off Durham Boulevard On Highway 15-501
A Hearty Welcome Awaits Yoy Here
Whether you come to stay awhile, to dine, to entertain
or just visit and enjoy the congenial homelike atmosphere,
Hospitable Carolina Inn invites you to make yourself at home.
Our Services and Facilities are for your convenience and
To Have You!
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