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THE DAILY TAR HEEL
Wednesday, February 8, 1967
F reshman Class
Social Jean Roberts Chrm.
Finance Randy Merrill
Newsletter John Elliott
Secretariat - Judy Froeber- Society is an honor bestowed
support made the Co - op a
working project of student
government that will be con
tinued. The Co-op succeeded in
arousing $6,400 worth of mobi
lization o fthe student body.
With this as a start, larger
scale projects requiring even
more support from the stu
dents may now be attempted,
Tentative plans are now be
ing made for a co-operative
project for the end of this se
mester. Duskie cited the Co-op as
"tangible proof of the positive
program of student govern
ment." Working with the Student
Co-op Committee were the
Campus Affairs Committee
and Alpha Phi Omega service
By British Society
Kenan Prof. Urban T.
Holmes has- been elected a
Fellow of the Society of Anti
quaries of London, one of the
major learned societies of
Great Britain, it was announc
ed here today.
A Kenan Prof, of Romance
Philology in the department
of romance languages, at the
University of North Carolina,
Dr. Holmes is recognized as
one of the leading authori
ties in mediaeval social his
tory and Old French language
For a non - British scholar
to become a Fellow in the
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The last of the approximate
ly 3,200 books bought at the
Student Book Co-op were sold
Friday, and today will see the
last active operation of the
Co-op until next year.
Today the Naval Armory
will be open from 10 a.m. un
til 4 pan. for students to pre
sent their ' postcards and re
ceive their motley.
Students whose books have
not been sold may also, pick
upJ their books' today.
Don Duskie, chairman of the
Student Co-op Committee, feels
that this year's Co-op broke
down the confidence barrier
between the student body and
student government. He attri
butes this barrier to the fail
ure of co-ops tried in the past.
.Besides the students' confi
dence, their participation and
only upon the most distin
guished. Normally, non
Britishers are made corre
The Society had its origins
in 1552, was revived in 1707
and was chartered under
George II in 1751. Its pub
lished Proceedings date from
1849 and its Antiquaries Jour
nal from 1921.
A member of numerous dis
tinguished organizations, i Dr.
Holmes joined the UNO facul
ty in 1925. He is a graduate
of the University of Pennsyl
vania. He received both the
M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from
To Address Conclave
THE RULE OF THUMB rules the road on
Tarheel weekends. Out of every main artery
to and from the Hill, students stand with
signs showing destinations; more than often
its bound for Greensboro. But this past week-
Group To Aid
Three Hurt By
Workers deprived of their
jobs because of their work in
civil rights may get help from
a new campus organization.
The Concern for a Free
South, organized recently by
Fil Hunter, is attempting to
raise funds and collect food
and clothing to help those di
scriminated against because
of civil rights activities.
There are three specific cas
es the CFS is starting from.
They want to help:
WILLIE YOUNG, Raymond,
Miss., who lost his job, ac
cording to Hunter, the day
Project Head Start came into
existence. Young had been in
fluential in organizing the pro
ject in Raymond. The CFS
wants to help pay Young's
$250 house mortgage.
JAKE MCGEE, whose home
was burned to the ground in
January. "Due to his1 work in
end there were signs out for the Mardi Gras
and a long ride to New Orleans. Thumb-bumming
may be dangerous but that doesn't seem
to dampen the enthusiasm for the sport at
UNC. DTH Photo by Jock Lauterer
the field of civil rights in
Dr. W. W. Kulsky, professor Greenwood, Miss., McGee must
of Russian at Duke Univer-
6:00 Evening Concert
7:00 Georgetown University
7:30 Masterworks from
8:00 World-wide Festival
10:00 Ten O'clock Report
10:30 Music for the Keyboard
11:00 Sign Off
sity, will speak to the Arnold
Air Society Area Conclave at
a luncheon Sunday afternoon
in Lenoir Hall.
The Arnold Air Society is
a national honorary military
service fraternity of AFROTC
cadets. The Area Conclave
will bring together cadets and
Angels from East Carolina,
NC State, Duke, Virginia Poly
technic Institute, North Caro
lina A & T, and UNC to dis
cuss problems and exchange
ideas about the Arnold Air Society.
support himself and his family
on less than $100 until aid
comes," Hunter said.
A MR. HATCHER, who has
been unable to find a job in
Clinton, Miss. Hatcher was in
volved with a New York agen
cy concerned with Negro rights
in the South.
In connection with this, there
will be a campus-wide can
vassing for contributions in a
Contributions are accepted
at: Concern for a Free South,
c-o The Wesley Foundations,
214 Pittsboro St., Chapel Hill.
The first William Rand Ken
an Jr. Professor has been
named to the faculty here
from funds provided by a $5
million gift to the University
He is Dr. Glendon Schubert,
who will join the Political Sci
ence Department in August.
Currently, he is Senior Schol
ar in Residence at the Insti
tute of Advanced Projects at
the East - West Center at the
University of Hawaii.
The University received $1
million in 1966 and another $1
million last month toward the
total transferal of the $5 mil
lion from the William Rand
Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust of
New York. By 1970, the entire
sum will be transferred to
A native of Oneida, N. Y,
Prof. Schubert is 49 years old
and holds degrees from Syra
cuse University. He received
the A.B. degree magna cum
laude in English and mathe
matics in 1940 and was tapped
into Phi Beta Kappa. He ob
tained a Ph.D. in political sci
ence in 1948.
Prof. Schubert has taught at
Syracuse, the University of
California at Los Angeles,
Howard University, Rutgers,
Franklin and Marshall Col
lege, Michigan State and the
University of Minnesota.
He servpd as director of the
Local Civil Defense Project at
Michigan State and as chair
man of the Political Science
Department at Franklin and
Marshall. He was a Fulbright
Scholar at the University of
Oslo in Norway in 1959-60.
The Kenan Trust derives
from the estate of the late Wil
liam Rand Kenan Jr., native
North Carolinian and 1894
graduate of UNC. In his will,
Kenan designated that educa
tion should be the main re
cipient of his endowment and
that he hoped the University
here would be preferred.
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Milton's February Frogstrangler
This is the fun time of the year where you forget
all your troubles, count your pennies since they
go so o far, rant and rave about the impossible
buys, and go home happy.
Find a home for 10 poor seersucker jackets, espec
ially if you are lucky enough to be a 37 short, 38
long, 37 long, 40 long in the good old days the
asking price was $32.50 but now, forget it at $9.99.
Group dacronwool sport coats clobbered from
$50.00 to we don't care $19.99:
Shetland sweaters by Robbie McGeorge, the in
ternational master knitter, careened from $16.95
to a wow of $10.99.
A few dacron 'cotton suits carved from $45.00 to'
a never again $19.99.
Odds and ends shoe bazaar, come into the Casbah
and find some wing tips and plain toes that were
$40.00, now unveiled at $18.00.
Latch onto the Hertz of shirts the No. 1 deal go
ing on at Chapel College buys to $9.95, at a rush
ing special of $4.49.
Ties to be caught dead with lined repps and hand
blocked Italian foulards strangled from $5.00 to a
Blanket plaid shirts for the hearty, romantically
inclined ones dropped from $14.95 to a winner of
Baby it's cold outside but no sweat with our Mon
key's Uncle Parkas loden cloth, sherpa lined
with hood, slashed from $25.00 to a nice V warm
So leave the studying to us while you partake of
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"Dobie Gillis," etc.)
STAMP OUT YOUNG LOVE
It happens every day. A young man goes off to college,
leaving his home town sweetheart with vows of eternal
love, and then he finds that he has outgrown her. What, in
such cases, is the honorable thing to do?
Well sir, you can do what Crunch Sigafoos did.
When Crunch left his home in Cut and Shoot, Pa., to go
off to a prominent midwestern university (Florida State)
he said to his sweetheart, a wholesome country lass named
Mildred Bovine, "My dear, though I am far away in col
lege, I will love you always. I take a mighty oath I will
never look at another girl. If I do, may my eyeballs parch
and wither, may my viscera writhe like adders, may my
ever-press slacks go baggy!"
Then he clutched Mildred to his bosom, flicked some
hayseed from her hair, planted a final kiss upon her fra
grant young skull, and went away, meaning with all his
heart to be faithful.
But on the very first day of college he met a coed named
Irmgard Champerty who was studded with culture like a
ham with cloves. She knew verbatim the complete works
of Franz Kafka, she sang solos in stereo, she wore a black ,
leather jacket with an original Goya on the back.
Well sir, Crunch took one look and his jaw dropped and
his nostrils pulsed like a bellows and his kneecaps turned
to sorghum. Never had he beheld such sophistication, such
intellect, such savoir faire. Not, mind you, that Crunch
was a dolt. He was, to be sure, a country boy, but he had a
head on his shoulders, believe you me ! Take, for instance,
his choice of razor blades. Crunch always shaved with
Personna Super Stainless Steel Blades, and if that doesn't
show good sense, I am Rex the Wonder Horse. No other
blade shaves you so comfortably so often. No other blade
brings you such facial felicity, such epidermal elan.
Personna Super Stainless Steel Blades take the travail out
of shaving, scrap the scrape, negate the nick, peel the pull,
oust the ouch. Furthermore, Personnas are available both
in double-edge style and in injector style. If you're smart
and I'm sure you are, or how'd you get out of high school
you'll get a pack of Personnas before another sun has set.
But I digress. Crunch, as we have seen, was instantly
smitten with Irmgard Champerty. All day he followed her
around campus and listened to her talk about Franz Kafka
and like that, and then be went back to his dormitory and
found this letter from his home town sweetheart Mildred :
Us kids had a keen time yesterday. We went doum to
the pond and caught some frogs. I caught the most of
anybody. Then we hitched rides on trucks and did lots
of nutsy stuff like that. Well, I must close now because I
got to whitewash the fence.
P.S. ...I know how to ride backwards on my skateboard.
Well sir, Crunch thought about Mildred and then he
thought about Irmgard and then a great sadness fell upon
him. Suddenly he knew he had outgrown young, innocent
Mildred ; his heart now belonged to smart, sophisticated
Being above all things honorable, he returned forth
with to Cut and Shoot, Pa., and looked Mildred straight in
the eye and said manlily, "I do not love you any more. I
love another. You can hit me in the stomach all your might
if you want to!'
"That's okay, heyr said Mildred amiably. "I don't love
you neither. I found a new boy!'
"What is his name?" asked Crunch.
"Franz Kafka)' said Mildred.
hcmJ hF 'ou ,wiU very happy;' said Crunch and shook
Mildred s hand and they have remained good friends to
this day. In fact Crunch and Irmgard often double-date
with Franz and Mildred and have barrels of fun. Franz
knows how to ride backwards on his skateboard one-legged!
c- iw ?l7.Mi Shuhna
So you see, aW icell that ends well-including m shave
with Personna Super Stainless Steel Blades and
Personna s Partner in luxury hating-BurmaShave?It
comes in menthol or regular; it soaks rings around any
o her lather.