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September 13, 1966
THE DAILY TAR HEEL
Section I Page 5
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Tired Of Writing?
Do you hats to write letters? the Charlotte Observer and
Are you overcome with nau- Charlotte News College Press
sea at the thought of trying to Awards competition, the UNC
keep the folks back home in- paper captured four of five
formed of the goings-on in first places, including "Best
Chapel Hill? ' Newspaper."
There's an easier way. 1 Then came the Southeastern
For just $8 a yearor $4.50 College Newspaper Compti-
a semester we will send your tion where the DTH was ac-
parents or friends The Daily claimed the best college daily
Tar Heel six days every week, newspaper in the Southeast.
And we'll even arrange it so Capping the stack, this past
they pay for it. June the American Newspaper
You can't beat it with a Publishers Association honored
stick. Tar Hel with its
The DTH reports all the "Pacemaker Award," an hon-
campus news from piano re- or extended to the top five
citals to wrestling matches, et college newspapers in the
Last year The Daily Tar Heel And it only costs $8 a year,
was tapped with the American If you would like to take ad-
Newspaper Guild's "All-American
Honor Rating." Later, in
And Then It Was September
... Monday Through Friday Pouring Over Books
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The Daily Tar Heel is the official
news publication of the University of
North Carolina and is published by stu
dents daily except Mondays examina
tion periods and vacations.
Offices on the second floor of Graham
Memoria. Telephone numbers: editorial,
sports, news 933-1011; business, cir
culation, advertising 933-1163. Address:
Box 1080, Chapel Hill, N. C, 27514.
Second class postage paid at the
Post Office in Chapel Hill, N. C. Sub
scription rates: 4.50 per semester; $8 per
year. Printed by the Chapel Hill Pub
lishing Co., Inc., 501 W. Franklin St.,
Chapel Hill, N. C. 1
vantage of this school-to-home
information service, fill in the
attached form and bring it by
or mail it to The Daily Tar
Heel or deposit in the DTH
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FIAYS KI-FI RECCED
Forgetting Weekday Studies
. . . Favorite Carolina Saturday Pastime.
ite House Com
Jkided,fiy UKC president
Friday is, one of the 12
members of the Commission
on White House Fellows. Pres-
William C. Friday, presi
dent of the University ; of
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rect the White House fellows went Jonnson appointed mm
program from his office in a on Oct. 3, 1964, the day the
tree-shaded, Georgian - de- President announced the pro
signed building opposite the, gram in a speech to 264 col
university campus. lege-student leaders in the
wnite nouse s iasa xvuum.
Friday keeps in touch with
the commission and the fel
lows with letters, phone calls
and occasional trips to the
capital. He is one of the most
active commissioners, and is
highly praised by the fellows.
He said he did not know
ner, secretary of health, Edu
cation and Welfare.
Gardner, former president
of the Carnegie Corp., sug
gested an internship program
to President Johnson early in
1964. The President liked the
idea, made some refinements
in it and named Gardner one
of the commissioners.
Friday probably worked
closer with this year's fel
lows, the "first calss," be
cause he was chairman of the
commission's executive com
mittee, which proposed poli
cies for the Droeram. As
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1966 SUZUKI TRAIL BIKE,
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WIVES if you are interested
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Shield, on West Franklin St.
may have a job for you.
Come by our office between
8 and 5 Mon., Fri. if you are
looking for a job. HSA is an
equal opportunity employer.
HIGH INCOME JOBS ON
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