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Tusstfay, April 22, 1875
Taylor presents, ouitsteinidlieg stundleiniu: awards
Forty-eight students received a variety of awards and
prizes yesterday during the annual presentation ceremonies
in the Morehead Building's State Dining Room. Chancellor
N. Ferebee Taylor presented the awards in the areas of
academics and student activities.
Academic awards and their winners were: The James M.
Johnston Distinguished Senior Awards (for outstanding
Johnston scholars) to Dewey Michael Jones, Janice
Elizabeth Lippard, Nancy Olhfest McCown. James Forrest
Padgett, Donna Lee Sawyers, and Elizabeth Ann Wiles; the
Sterling A. Stroudemire Award for Excellence in Spanish to
Amy Karen Mann; the Camoes Prize in Portuguese to
Robert Nelson Anderson; the Delta Phi Alpha Award (for
-the outstanding student of German in the Delta Phi Alpha
Society) to David Wayne Mulenex; the Francis J. Leclair
Award (for outstanding senior majoring in botany) to
Marilyn Carol Felds;ein; the Op White Prize in Geology to
Robert Todd S. Clancy.
Also, the McNally Award for Excellence in Geography to
Ann Foster Devlin; the Howard W. Odum Undergraduate'
Sociology Award to Christopher Odell Ross; the Albert
Suskin Prize in Latin to Mary Louise Moore Bilger; the
Venable Medal (for the outstanding senior majoring in
chemistry) to Donna Lee Sawyers; the Archibald Henderson
Prize in Mathematics to Lenwood Scott Heath Jr.; and the
Eben Alexander Prize in Greek to Mary Louise- Moore
Student Activities Awards and their winners were: The
lnterfraternity Council Outstanding Senior Awards to
William G. Daugthridge Jr., Michael Henry Griffin, Joseph
Spencer Husted. Richard Allen Leinwand. Robert McCuen
Lewis and Samuel Joseph Morris 111; the Jane Craige Gray '
Memorial Award (for the junior woman most outstanding in t
character, scholarship and leadership) to Isabella James
Also, the William P. Jacocks Memorial Award (for the
outstanding male senior) to John Ryan Byerly;the Lawrence'
Whitfield Jr. Memorial Award (for outstanding resident
assistants) to William Stanley Campbell and Barbara Moser
Hersey, the Robert White Linker Award (for the student w ho
has given the most service to the Society of Janus and
University residence halls) to Joseph Burns Elkins Jr.; the
Roger A. Davis Memorial Award (for service to the
residence college program) to William Allen Reep and Helen
Also the Frank Porter Graham Awards (for outstanding
seniors) to Amelia Helene Bellows, James Hayes Cooper,
Betty Glenn George. Joseph S. Husted, Christopher Charles
Kupec and Marcus Whitman Williams; the Peter C. Baxter
Prize in American Studies to Peggy Lee Stottlemyer. the
Willie P. Mangum Medal in Oratory to Cole Charles
Campbell; the Ernest H. Abernathy Award in Student
Publication Work to Mark Dearmon.
Also, the Irene F. Lee Award (for the senior woman
outstanding in leadership, character and scholarship) to
Betty Glenn George; the Jim Tatum Memorial Award (for
the outstanding athlete) to Kenneth Wayne Huff; the
Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award (for the senior man and
woman who have given outstanding humanitarian
contributions) to Deborah Dundas Ingram and Leonard
LetcheeLeeJr.;and the John Johnston Parker Jr. Medal for
Unique Leadership in Student Government to Marcus
Caldwell to speak at graduation
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John T. Caldwell, chancellor of North
Carolina State University, will deliver the
commencement address at the UNC
graduation ceremonies to be held at 2 p.m.
Sunday, May ll, in Carmichael
Caldwell has been chancellor at NCSU
since 1959 and will retire from that position
on June 30, 1975. Before coming to Raleigh
he was president of the University of
Arkansas from 1952 to 1 959. From 1947 to
1952 he was president of Alabama College.
Commencement exercises leading to
graduation ceremonies will begin with a
concert, featuring the University Band, at 4
p.m. May 10 near the Davie Poplar in
On graduation day, the Navy and Air
Force ROTCs will have commissioning
exercises at 9:30 a.m. in Hill Hall. Following
graduation ceremonies, a Chancellor's
Reception will be held at 4 p.m. in the Pit.
Special exercises and convocations for
professional schools will be held after
graduation ceremonies in Carmichael. These
include: Law, 4:30 p.m. in Memorial Hall;
Masters of Business Administration
Program, 4:30 p.m. in Carroll Hall;
Journalism School, 4:30 p.m. in Howell
Hall; School of Nursing, 4:30 p.m. at
University Methodist Church; Pharmacy
School, 4:30 p.m. in Hill Hall; Dentistry
School, 5 p.m. in Carmichael Auditorium;
and School of Medicine, 7 p.m. in Memorial
IP Calendar v
Bus system seeks criticism
A public meeting will be held on the
Chapel Hill Transportation System at 8 p.m.
Thursday, April 24, in the meeting room of
the Municipal Building.
Members of the Transportation Advisory
Committee and Transportation Director
John Pappas will be present with Marvin
Silver, chairperson, presiding.
Citizens are invited to ask questions, offer
criticism and suggestions and present
proposals for the improvement of the
Those who wish to speak, but have not
notified the Transportation Office, may
record their names, addresses and the
comments they propose to make as they
enter the meeting room.
AWS will present a slide show. "The Beginning of a
and REAL Revolution", 730 tonight, 217 Union.
"Medical School Admissions: The Application Process"
win be discussed at 7 tonight, 106 BerryhJH. The AM CAS
application will be displayed. Interviews, recommendations
and early decision will be discussed.
The Women's Health Clinic is a two-phase educational
discussion and examination clinic held two nights a week in
the Student Health Service. A group discussion Is held at 7
P-m. Tuesdays in Room 205. Examinations lor contraception
are also available, by appointment Wednesday nights from
Dr. Jane Faily, a UNC professor of psychology, will speak
on the "Banal View of Man", $ tonight at the Bahal Center,
202 McCauley. All welcome.
Schlomo Cartebach concert, teach-in, musicians Invited, 2
p.m. today, Main Quad, Duke Chapel.
The Parachute Club will be holding their next class of the
semester on April 22-24. AH persons Interested In lessons
should meet at 730 tonight, 203 Chase, or call 929-8837 after
5 p.m. weekdays.
The film "Voice of the Master" will be shown at 730 tonight,
206 Union, by the ECKANKAR International Student
The last Y-Dinner discussion of the year will be a picnic at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Norm Gustaveson, 530 p-m. Friday-
Sign up at the Y office. Everyone welcome.
The town of Chapel Hill wlN auction off 23 unclaimed
bicycles in the Municipal Building parking lot beginning at 1 1
Each fal the YM-YWCA sponsors the International
Handicrafts Baxaar. Co-chairpersons for various
subcommittees are now being selected. Anyone interested
should come by Room 102 of the Y and sign up for an
interview. For more information, caH 933-7535.
Epicures, take notice! SCAU needs people who will be
living in Chapei Hill this summer to work on revising its
restaurant guide, "The Franklin Street Gourmet." AH
interested persons should contact SCAU. Suite B. Union
(933-8313). Kathy Moore (933-3405) or Mike Lockerby (933-6042).
Student are urged to make suggestions for new classes to
be organized outside the regular curriculum for next year.
Please stop by the table in the Union lobby being run by the
Special Projects Committee between April 21-25.
Anyone interested In working as co-chairpersons for the
Walk lor Humanity should come by room 102 of the Y this
week. CaH 933-7535 for more information.
A Woman's Place now has a file of high school students
seeking part-time employment. The students are interested
In babysitting, yard work, etc. If interested, visit A Woman's
Place to look through the file.
All those interested In working for SHE next year can come
by the AWS office from 1230-230 pm. Wednesday for
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There are two
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