I A Vol. XV—No. 24 Chapel Hill High School, Chapel Hill, N. C. Thursday, April 12, 1945 First High School Career Day Is Presented Whitehouse Leaves To Be With Husband Mrs. Mary Jane Whitehouse, High School Science teacher, leaves C. H. H. S. this week after serving over six months in this capacity. The announcement came after Mrs. Whitehouse had told school officials that she wished to leave in order to join her husband, who has been assigned to an Army Air Base in Florida. Mrs. Whitehouse came to the High School in September to take over the duties of science teacher. It was during the Christ mas holidays that she surprised the student body by marrying Lt. Bill Whitehouse, who had recent ly returned from overseas. After their honeymoon, Mrs. White- house returned to her teaching duties while Lt. Whitehouse was being treated in Staunton, Vir ginia, for injuries sustained while overseas. Now fully recovered, he has returned to active service at a Florida Air Base. It is here that Mrs. Whitehouse will join him. Plans Announced For Senior Play Seniors have recently selected Sidney Howard’s play. The Late Christopher Bean, for the annual senior play. Try-outs and re hearsals for the production to be given May 18 will begin in the near future under the direction of Miss Mary Tom Colones, member of the Playmakers and graduate student in Dramatic Arts. The Late Christopher Bean is a comedy in three acts. The setting is a New England home; the time, the present. It is hoped that the Playmaker Theater may be secured for the final performance. Bauer Takes Command As New Physical Ed Program Is Begun Fred Bauer, athletic scholar ship student at U. N. C. has taken over the duties of a Physical Ed. Director at C. H. H. S. Bauer, a native of Tom Lane’s hometown. Palmyra, N. J., is carrying on this physical train ing program as a part of Educa tion 99 at the University. He has divided the physical ed. class into four sections which alternately play softball and volleyball. After several weeks at the job he says, ‘T enjoy teaching Phys. ed. because the boys show such a fine spirit of cooperation.” vt>- Swim Team Ready For First Big Meet The Chapel Hill High School swimming team, coached by Willis Casey and Jack Davis, will have a meet soon, it was announced re cently. According to Coach Casey the meet will be staged in Chapel Hill with Goldsboro during the next three weeks. Other meets will include dual events with Tar- boro, Wilmington, and possibly Raleigh. The team began practice a little over a month ago, and has made a great deal of progress since. Practice is held every afternoon in Bowman-Gray pool from 6 till 7. Team captain is Rodney Waters, who specializes in distance, com petition in backstroke, and free style. Other members of the team are: Bill Browne, backstroke; Stanley Cohen, breaststroke; Charles Bartlett, breaststroke; Bobby Phillips, freestyle; Robert Brooks, freestyle; Donald Hollo way, freestyle; Neal Creighton, diving; Harold Cheek, diving. Physical Ed Director jm *4 ^ if' Junior Kiwanians Named In a recent senior class meet ing, si:5i girls were elected to be the guests of the Kiwanis club at its last meeting of the school year. As has been the practice in past years, the seniors will have charge of the complete program following a dinner at the Carolina Inn. Those attending will be: Evelyn Merritt, Betty Ward Sparrow, Venitah Sanders, Helen Jane Wet- tach, Jean Farrell, Helen Phillips and Barbara Cashion. V ocational Planning Is Theme Of Meet Kiwanis-sponsored Career Day, a program of lectures and discus sions designed to help students de cide on fields of work for their vo cations, was held last Tuesday in C. H. H. S. An assembly period at 8:45, to give a background for Career Day, began the program. This was fol lowed by the key address, deliv ered by Dr. W. D. Perry, director of vocational study at the Univer sity, who emphasized the impor tance of thinking about vocations now. At 9:55 the first discussion pe riod was held. The topics were Technology, led by Lt. E. H. Staehling of the Pre - Flight School; Agriculture, led by Dr. Don Matheson; Business, with Dr. John B. Woosley; and Fine Arts, led by Mrs. Margaret Lee Maaske and Mr. Kenneth Nees. At 11 o’clock Dr. Perry led the discussion group on military vo cations; Mr. Floyd Shaver on Government jobs; Mrs. Clarence Heer on Social Work; Dr. M. J. Rosenau on Science; and Dr. W. Carson Ryan on professional work. There was another assembly at 12 o’clock for discussion of con ference highlights. Preparation for Career Day has been in progress for some time. Results of Junior and Senior preference tests were the basis for selecting topics for discussion. Last week students received lists of conference topics and indicated their first, second, and third choices. The discussion group lists were then made up from the lists of choices, giving each student his first, and either second or third choices, to fill the two discussion periods Tuesday.