BALEIGH, N. C„ SATURDAY, JUNE «, 1004
SCENES FROM SHAW’S FlNALS'—Franklin Delano Ro
osevelt, Jr., receives honorary Doctor of Laws decree conferred
fry Dr. James E. Cheek, President of Shaw University, in top
photo. Dr. Cheek confers the honorary decree. Doctor of Divinity
ppon E. Theodore Jones of Fort Valley, Pa., in bottom picture.
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ond row: R. P. Robinson, physics;*Dr. J. L. Knuckles, biology; P. R. Leazer, mathematics; and
Dr. T. T. Chao, chemistry.
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Yes, We All Talk
GREENSBORO Two Bennett
College biology teacher, have been
accepted for summer graduate stu
Willie Young will attend the
summer institute in biology to be
conducted at the University of
North Carolina at Greensboro from
June 15 throught August 7. TTiis
program is sponsored by Educa
tional Services, Inc., using funds
donated by ihe Rockefeller Founda
Alexander Edwards has been ac
cepted as one of 16 participants in
the summer program in Instrumen
tal Methods of Analysis at Rens
selaer Polytechnic Institute, at
Troy, N. Y.
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BY MARCUS H. BOULWARE
Draw a circle around the correct
Yea No. 1. The normal voice
is adequately loud.
Yes No 2. Enunciation is ds
tinctness of utterance.
Yes No 3. One's pitch should
be appropriate for his age and sex.
Yes No 4. Syllabication means
dividing words into syllables.
Yes No 5. Accent marks ndi
eate which sylable to stress.
Yes No 6. By best prevailing
usage |g meant the manner In
which the language Is spoken by
the best educated speakers.
Yes No 7. The early Greek
first-class actors spoke the pure
Yes No 8. In phonetics, an al
phabetical letter is termed a pho
Yes No 9. There are 42 sounds
in the English language.
Yes No 10. Every person can
speak not only effectively but with
some measure of artistry.
If you want your test graded and
I appreciate the vote from Wake County Democrats in
my campaign for the House of Representatives, and I solicit
your support in November.
I shall strive to be a spokesman for responsible and re
presentative government in our county and state.
■SI MIMED HER WOMAN
FT .TNT Mich. (ANP>—Mrs. Ruth
Hamilton was driving home from
work last week when she spotted
her husband's car ahead of her—
but the driver was another woman,
who spotted Mrs. Hamilton at the
same, time, and sped away. Un
daunted. Mrs. Hamilton gave chase.
A motorcycle patrolman joined the
chase, not only because the two
women w f ere speeding, but because
they were on the wrong side of
the street. Unfortunately for Mrs.
Hamilton, the mystery woman was
a “wheeler” and got away clean.
Poor Mrs. Hamilton wasn't so lucky.
The policeman gave her a ticket —
for speeding. To cap it all. when
she returned home, she discovered
that her husband was not home,
not at work, and the car was no
where to be found.
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THE KNOWLEDGE of the bur
dens that others carry gives us
courage to bear our own.