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Vol. XV, No. 31
Chapel Hill Hig-h School, Chapel Hill, N. C.
Thursday, May 31, 1945
Taylor And Pittman Win Posts In Election
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Hillifes To Be Distributed On Monday Morning
Signing Party
To Be Held
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The long-awaited arrival of the
1945 Hillife will become history
next Monday afternoon when the
books, fresh from the bindery,
will be distributed throughout
the school.
The volume, forty per cent
larger than last year’s edition,
will be bound in a black and
gold cover. The policy of ‘‘more
pictures, less copy” prevails
throughout the book. Special ad
dition to this year’s copy is the
twelve-page glamour section fea
turing glamour shots of well-
known C. H. H. S. beauties.
Students are reminded to bring
their receipts with them as Hil
lifes will be presented only to
those showing their receipts.
In an effort to give everyone a
chance to get their annual signed,
the Hillife staff will give an open-
house party on Wednesday morn
ing, following the distribution of
reports. Everyone is invited and
refreshments will be served.
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Class Parties Fill
Social Calendar
Parties, parties, and more
parties seemed to be the watch
word throughout the school for
the past few days with many gala
affairs being presented.
First on the list were the fresh
men who ventured out to Spar
row’s pool last Tuesday for a pic
nic supper. Highlights of the
outing were Sammy Ross’ loss of
two bucks and Mary Lou.
Seniors were the next on the
(See PARTIES, page four)
New Officers
PICTURED ABOVE are the newly elected officers of the Student
Council and the Proconian. Upper left: Student Council officers—
Frank Pittman, treasurer; Bootsie Taylor, secretary; Smitty Line-
berger, vice-president; and Houston Teague, president. Upper
right: Proconian editors—Stanley Cohen, Associate Editor; David
Sharpe, Editor; Bootsie Lyons, Business Manager. Lower center:
The installation of the new president.
Rube And Smitty
Are Unopposed
New Student Council officers
were installed in their posts in
assembly Thursday morning,
after two weeks of campaigning
and speeches given by campaign
managers Tuesday.
The only two offices opposed,
those of Secretary and Treasurer,
were taken by Bootsie Taylor and
Frank Pittman, respectively.
Houston Teague and Adrian
“Smitty” Lineberger were auto
matically elected President and
Vice-President, as they had no
opposition.
In the traditional candlelight
ceremony, Helen Jane Wettach,
Jimmy Blake, Ardie Hamilton,
and Bill Browne lit the candles of
the new officers. President-Elect
Teague then made a brief ac
ceptance speech, in which he ex
pressed his thanks to the Student
Body.
Campaign speeches were made
in assembly Tuesday morning.
Helen Phillips and Rebekah Hug-
(See ELECTIONS, page three)
Make This The
Lucky Seventh
Senior Play Is
Great Success
The Senior class under the di
rection of Miss Mary Tom
Colones presented Sidney How
ard’s “The Late Christopher
Bean,” Monday night. May 21, at
the Playmakers Theatre.
The leading role, an old coun
try doctor, was played by Colbert
Leonard. In the three-act play
Doctor Haggett discovered he
was the owner of pictures painted
(See PLAY, page three)
    

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