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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, September 18, 1966, Page 3, Image 3

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September 18, iq66 THE DAILY TAR HEEL Page 3 Closing A Gap Of Ignorance Make Friends With Her Exchange TT Jliraw Meig 'hb'ors Together tvJ it Wers of Canada and the unlted States lie side-by side. Yet the gap of mutual fToT Which seParate the two cultures remains unbridg- t. inTTan eff?rt to change this, diversity of Toronto and UNC began an exchange pro gram several years ago, the purpose of which is to foster deeper understanding between the People of each nation . This year's exchange, which is open to all students, will take place at semester break when 30 Tar. Heels board a bus for the capital city of the province of Ontario. They will SDend fi pus of the large, metropolitan university, where they will . attend seminars on current Canadian affairs 'and partici- r ned by members of the Toron to end of the program. Pre- io uiai, in November, a ' group of University of Toronto students will pay a visit to "lilt Srtvvx.,,-. VU1 ld I I I I 11 1 4"1TAY.w.... But before they arrive in Toronto the UNC students will be well-versed in Canadian af- iii "Canada is going through a really troubled period in its t xxi. (u a 1 1 fi 1. 1 ( 1 1 ytjui u3 amor. --7 w A 1111VX Jeans are completely oblivious of this fact," according to John Hamilton, co-chairman of the Toronto Exchange. i1 Hamilton, who worked last summer as an intern in the . Office of Canadian Affairs in t Washington, said ' there is a "great deal of mutual ignor- i ance" which the people of the . a ; i i j . iwu iiciuuns nave aoouc eacn other. Tlv . A 1 a iic purpose oi ine exenange, : he explained, is to dispel some ; ui un. ignorant;" ana to maKe American students take notice of the way of life of their Canadian neighbors. In order to do this, Hamil ton and Sharon Rose, chair men of the exchange, have organized a program for in terviewing and selecting ap plicants on the basis of in terest in Canadian affairs and a desire to contribute to the Canadians' knowledge of the United States. "The idea is reciprocal knowledge," Hamilton said. -"By concentrating on Cana dian problems before the To ronto students come down here in November, we hope to give our students an aware ness of Canada. "We also feel th Canadians can learn something about us as Americans, but more specifically as Southerners. Canadians have a stereotytd image of the South from what they hear about-Alabama and Mississippi." So far two seminars hav been planned for the Canadian visiters. One concerns Canadian-American relations and the other race relations in the South. Guest speakers may in clude former Governor Terry, Sanford. SOCIAL LIFE During their visit, the Cana dian students will also b e shown the social side of an American university. They will attend the Duke-Carolina foot ball game, various fraternity parties and a hayride. A spec ial football game. unor Cana dian football rules, will be played bv students from To ronto and UNC. Interviews for the exchange FINALLY IN TORONTO This group of UNC exchange stu trip will be conducted October dents seems AeighteA to have arrived in Canada for the be-3-7. Aoplications will be avail- ; . x ' v able Sept. 26 at the informa- l" Mrr" 5 . . " , T ;tai . i 11c vu wt pictcucu uy a viait ui i;iiici mtj ui ir- ronto students to the UNC campus two months before. " """"i Tii nil" I "v.' ; (r i v-: r 1 i l lt- ! f A - ' , j X 1 - w- r - i - . , t 4 v qS; , k M" f - I j s f , .ft COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (UPI) Volumes are written about teen-age marriages and teen-age brides, but little at tention is given to the teen-age bridegroom. Mrs. Patsy Yates, Texas A & M University Extension specialist, points out that a West Coast, counselor advises teen-age husbands "Now that you have married the girl, try to make friends with her." "It takes two to make a marriage, and many young couples discover that there is more to marriage than they had realized," Mrs. Yates said. i t 7 t IT'S COLD UP THERE Last year's Toronto Exchanff ik group spent one of their five nights .at a Canadian farm , iuc mhjw was puea up to tneir waists. The experience of visiting our neighbor to the North and of exchanging ideas with students from that country helps to foster a deeper un derstanding between American and Canadian people. PflElT TOE 1 '.mm DEEDED fltlBLOM . I SEE UflNAGEnS AT 1 Pine Room -rfr Lenoir Hall 4 Monogram Dining Room tion desk of Graham Memorial. Sir Shows Not To Miss The following list of TV shows is especially recom mended for today and tomor- Sundcty FACE THE NATION, Chan nel 11, 11:30 a.m. UN Am bassador Arthur J. Goldberg will be interviewed in New York and may be asked about U Thant's possibility of stay ing on as UN Secretary-General. PRO FOOTBALL, Channel 11, 1:15 p.m. The Baltimore Colts, looking like top title contenders, will meet the Min nesota Vikings at Blooming ton, Minn. Colts are expect ed to take advantage of the weak Viking defense. CREATIVE PERSON, Chan nel 4, 5 p.m. "Portrait of the Artist' tells the struggles of three foreign artists for their' artistic' careers J " VIETNAM ELECTIONS, Chan nel4 11, 6 p.m. "The Viet Nam Assembly" will report on last week's elections of a 117 - man South Vietnamese Constituent Assembly which will draft the first Constitu tion since the Diem regime. TARZAN, Channel 11, 7 p.m. ."The Ultimate Weapon" is the second show in t h i s new adventure series. Tonight a son arrives to find out about the death of his poacher-father v whom Tarzan accidentally killed. "KING SOLOMON'S MINES", Channel 5, 9 p.m. This Os- car winning Sunday Night Movie stars Stewart Grang-. er, Deborah Kerr and Rich ard Carlson in an action ad venture of .H. Jlider Haggard's story about an 'African safari seeking the legendary dianv ond mines of King Solomon. Monday THE IRON HORSE, Channel 5, 7:30 p.m. Tonight's west ern adventure featuring Dale Robertson involves an 1100 head cattle drive to save a man from bankruptcy. STRUGGLE FOR PEACE, Channel 4, 9 p.m. Former President Eisenhower is in terviewed in London and dis cusses Vietnam, America's re lations with the Soviet Union and Red China, and the bal ance of military power today. HEL? WANTED: Part-time male hosts and cashiers. Weekend and evening work r quired. Apply Rathskeller offic?, 157 E. Franklin St. VW '62, Runs, well,; look" s'O fair. Also, Suzuki M 31 (55 cc.,v step-through , frame) 1700 mi. , n like new. Call Beardsley, 159 Phillips or 942-1590. 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NAME (PLEASE PRINT) . . . e a vera gc graduate of (Cvefyn lAooJ S TIMES FASTER THAN illS BEGINNING SPEED WITH EQUAL or BETTER COnPREHENSIOIl HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE? Eighteen years ago Evelyn Wood, a Utah school teacher, made a startling discovery that led to the founding of Reading Dynamics. While working toward a master's degree, she handed a term paper to a professor and watched him read the 89 pages at 6,000 words per minute with outstanding recall and comprehension. Deter mined to find the secret behind such rapid reading, she spent the next two years tracking down 50 people who could read faster than 1,500 words per minute. She studied their techniques, taught herself to read at these faster rates. Now, after years of experience in , public schools and universities, she has made it possible for you to benefit from this great discovery. Is It aimply A Promotion Stunt: Over the past eleven years more than 160,000 graduates have been convinced that Reading Dynamics is a proven method. About Reading Dynamics' impact on our nation's legislators. Time Maga zine said "Washington has seen nothing like it since the days when Teddy Roosevelt read three books a day and ran the country at the same time." Conventional rapid reading courses aspire to 450-600 words per minute. Most Reading Dynamics graduates can read between 1,000 and 3,000 words per minute, and many go even higher. f :::: Money - Back Guarantee " v We guarantee to increase the reading efficiency of each student AT LEAST 3 times with good comprehension. We will refund the entire tuition to any student who, after com pleting minimum class and study requirements, does not at least triple his reading efficiency as measured by our be ginning and ending tests. . SEE FOR YGtMSELF, ATTEND ......... A Free Demonstration At 4 or 8 pm. RALEIGH at the YMCA Hillsboro St. Mon., Sept. 12 Tues., Sept 13 CHAPEL HILL at the Carolina Inn Mon., Sept. 19 Tues., Sept. 20 DURHAM at the . High School on Duke St Mon., Sept 26 Tues., Sept 27 AT THE DEMONSTRATION You will see a Reading Dynamics graduate read at amazing speed from a book he has never seen before and then tell in detail what he has read. You will see a documented film that includes actual interviews with Washington Congressmen who have taken the course. O You will hear illustrated talks on the theory behind Reading Dy namics and the growing importance of reading. You will learn how we can help you to faster reading, improved comprehension, greater recall Sessions Will Meet Once a Week for 10 Weeks Afternoon Classes 4 to 6:30 Night Classes 7:30 to 10 FALL COURSES IN RALEIGH IN CHAPEL HILL IN DURHAM End TUES. Nov. 22 MON. Nov. 28 THURS. Dec. 8 Begin TUES. Sept. 20 MON. Sept 26 THURS. Sept. 29 New enrollments strictly limited to 30 per class. 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