R. W. C. saddles up
and rides again. See p.
Continued hot with
high. Yesterday's hij
91; low, 71.
VOLUME 16 NUMBER 9
CHAPEL HILL, N. C. FRIDAY, JULY 10 1953
FOUR PAGES TODA
let The Good Times Roll' Motif
For Barefoot Ball Today & Night
The theme is "Let the Good
Times Roll" and the date is to
day. This afternoon at 3'oclock the
Chapel Hill Cotillion Club will
give its "Barefoot Ball" at Ho-gan's-by-the-lake.
All are invit
ed and admission is by pro
gram. Programs may be bought
at the gate or from any of the
marshals for 75 cents.
Beating out some crazy tunes
will be Harold Nail and His
Wild Men. ormal attire will be
walking shorts and bare feet.
Grand Marshal for the occa
sion is Steve Trimble of Phi
Delta Theta. The day's grand
prize will go to the individual
who can solve the riddle of
Municipal Executives' Meeting
Opens Here Today For 2 Days
The fifth annual Municipal Executives Conference opened here to
day at 3 o'clock. It will be a two-day meeting.
Hubert Henderson, recreation director at Thomasville, president of
the Municipal Division of the
North Carolina Recreation Society,
is program chairman. The Univer
sity Extension Division's Bureau
of Recreation, headed by Dr.
Harold D. Meyer, will be host to
The conference will be featured
by panel discussions. At the open
ing session this afternoon "Plann
ing and Evaluation" will be the
topic with William T. Robertson,
Morganton, as chairman. Other
"participants will be Warren. Car
roll, Greenville, Walter Parker,
Hickory, and John Tate, Newton.
"Directors Problems" will be
discussed tonight with Glenn Ban
nerman, Whiteville, serving as
chairman and Augusta Barnett,
Selwyn Orcutt, Fayetteville, will
serve as chairman of a discussion
of "Certification" tomorrow
morning at 9 o'clock. Bill Faxy,
Kinston, and Robert Hartley, Shel
by, will assist him. General topics
will be discussed by chairman J.
Willis Nealy, Gastonia, Betty Ga
briel, Lincolnton, and Joe David
At 10 o' clock tomorrow morn
ing meeting of the directors of the
State Recreation Society will be
held. All sessions will be in the
Nursing, Public Health
Students To Be Honored
Students in ttie Nursing School
and School of Public Health will
be guests of the Planetarium Mon
day night for its new show, "Trip
to the Moon."
After the movie they will be
feted at a reception in Graham
Memorial's Rendezvous Room.
The Planetarium regularly in
vites different campus groups to
showings of each new presenta
tion. Manager Anthony Jenzano
will conduct the group on a tour
of the facilities.
Other officials in the mena
gerie are assistant marshalls
Wood Smethurst of Alpha Tau
Omega and Bill Hill of Delta
Marshals in absentia are
Roger Kingsbury, Sonny Hood,
Biff Roberts, Slick McCIegna
ham, Brooke Lawson and Don
Marshals are John Baldridge,
Tom Ruffin, Jim Peerson, Wal
ton Joyner, Fred Mewhinney,
Joe O'Brien, E. C. Smith, Mort
Cooper, Put Davis, Bob Page,
Footsie Wallace and John Fraz
ier. Honorary sergeants with
arms will be Jack Marcus and
A two-week Institute For Ad
vanced Life Underwriting will
open at the University Monday
continuing through July 24. This
is the second annual institute of
. It is sponsored by the North
Carolina Association of Life Un
derwriters and the University.
The first week, July 13-17, will
be devoted to discussions of for
mula programming and timely
sales ideas and the second week,
20-24, will be devoted to busi
ness insurance, taxes and estate
A. R. (Bert) Jaqua, director,
Institute of Insurance Marketing,
Southern Methodist University,
Dallas, Texas, will serve as direc
tor of the institute. Other fac
ulty members will be Clarence R.
Darling and Sam G. Shackelford,
both of Southern Methodist Uni
versity. They will be assisted by
guest lecturers including attorney's
trust officers and selected Life Un
Attendance is . limited to full
time representatives of legal re
serve life insurance companies.
Those attending the first week of
the institute must have had at
least one year of successful ex
prienco and those attending the
second week must have had at
least two years of successful experience.
Can Dorm coed explaining
her lateness with: "He told me
it was o. k. to stay out past the
curfew if I was with someone."
It really happened.
Male trio practicing golf driv
ing in late afternoon on lawn
in front of geography building.
Economics instructor and
wife wistfully comparing gov
ernment teaching salaries list
ed in Post Office with that he
brings home from the Universi
ty. Dance Planned
Tomorrow At 8
, Graduate students and their
friends are invited to the Rendez-
ous Room of Graham Memorial
tomorrow night for the first gra
duate dance of the Summer Session
Dancing will began at 8 o'clock
and last until 11:30 p.m.
The Summer Activities Coun
cil is sponsoring and financing the
dance. Chairman Annie Tom So
well of Carr Dormitory said that
the dance is informal and every
one is welcome, with or without a
date. This is the first social gather
ing of graduate students this ses
sion and all of graduate age are
invited whether enrolled in the
Graduate School or not.
Margie Ballard, Duncan Brackin,
and Sam Duncan are in charge of
Phi Delta Kappa Education Frat
At UNC Initiates Twenty-Four
Twenty - four educators have been initiated into Beta Theta chap
ter of Phi Delta Kappa, national educational fraternity here.
The initiation ceremonies were followed by a banquet at Lenoir Hall
in honor of the new members at
JIMMY WALLACE, who last
week assumed the duties of di
rector of Graham Memorial.
Wallace will have his first meet
ing since taking over with the
CM board of directors, Tuesday
at 3 p.m. in the Grail Room.
The' campus' last swimming
party for this session will be held
tonight in Kessing outdoor pool
at the gym.
The aquatic end of it will last
from 7:30 to & and square danc
ing will beheld afterward in the
Y Court until about 1J o'clock.
Max Ballinger will do the calling.
Refreshments, presided over by
Watermelon Queen Mase Chapin,
will be served.
It's all free and all sponored by
the Summer Activities Council.
Music will come from folk tuner
Bob Cole and his aggregation,
namely E. J. Padgett, Ed Nor
wood and Pete Yarnell.
which Dean Thomas H. Carroll of
the School of Business Adminis
tration was guest speaker.
Those initiated were William L.
Anderson Jr., assistant principal,
Charlotte Technical High School;
Lawrence H. Arney, teacher, Hud
son Schools; Harold A. Bentley
Jr.,graduate student, UNC; Ralph
A. Bostian, teacher, Granite
Quarry; Moses Bridges Jr., assi
H. Carriker, teacher, Chapel Hill
stant principal, Lewisville; Heath
Schools; Charles N. Clark, princi
pal, Shepherds School, Mooresville:
Johnnie T. Colones, teacher and
coach, Eli Whitney School, Ala
A. C. Dawson Jr., superinten
dent of schools, Southern Pines;
R. B. Gordon, district principal,
Nash County; Harold M. Guyot,
principal, William R. Davie School,
(See INITIATES, page 2)
Community Sing Sunday Nighi
Will Be Led By Lanier Davis
Tom Carroll Emcees
Program; To Ba Held
At 8 In Front Of 6M
Another Community. Sing i
planned for Sunday night at 1
o'clock in front of Graham Me
morial. . " . ' ' .
Song leader and soloist will be
Lanier Davis, a Carolina gradu
ate of 1950 and presently working
with the Admissions Office. While
here Davis a member of the Glee
Club, in the Playmakers, a cheer
leader, a member of th "Harmon
eers" and the "Belltones."
- In December, 1951 he joined the
road show of "South Pacific" as a
member of the cast. He will leave
the employment of the Univer
sity this month to return to New
York and the theatre.
Ann Beebe Davis will be her
husband's accompanist at the pi
ano. She is the sister of pianist
Hank Beebe who was in the "Bell
tones" with Davis. She and Davis
preformed at the recent Water
melon Festival. ,
Master of ceremonies for Sun
day's sing will be Tom Carroll.
Carroll is another UNC graduate.
He majored in radio here and is
working for WCHL as an an
nouncer. The Community Sing is spon
sored by the Summer Activities
Council. It will be canceled if it
Robert W. Madry, director of
the University News Bureau, re
cently was praised by his fellow
publicitists at the annual meeting
of the American College Public
Relations Association in Salt City,
The association presented Madry
(See MADRY, page 4)
R. W. MADRY