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PHI ASSEMBLY MEETING
VQUJ - - CHAPEL HILL NOVEMBER7 5, 1929 - " igg1!!0
Jrlaymalsers Jif resent jod-.s. .
TO SPEAK BEFORE
Dr. Harry Crane "Mental Fac
tors of Particular Importance
For Juvenile Court Considera
lion."" . r.;.-.:
Old ''Tin Can" To Be Remodeled
And a Modern Heatinar Plant
Installed; Temporary Stage
From the office of George H.
Lawrence, Superintendent of
Public Welfare of Orange Coun
ty, comes this announcement
and invitation concerning the
1929 meeting of the Central Dis
trict Welfare Conference: "Mrs.
W. B. Waddilljmd the people of
Vance County have kindly ar
ranged for the annual meeting
of the Central District Welfare
Conference to be held at Hen
derson on 'Wednesday, Novem
'This 'conference will center
the subject 7 of Juvenile
vv-uriu-u largest rrtmdaire
Assumes Inviting Atmosphere
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n. jl ajuiw vainer j
NEW NAME IS NECESSARY No Excuses For Absences; Soph-
.i. T v omores Are Not Required lo
t-oy Cto. G. Rose, Jr.) tt4:i htj-
The "Tin-Can" is to be mod- " :
The first chapel exercises,
WORLD PKAGE IS
NOT IN DANGER
Agreements With England Show
She Is WiUing To Establish
UTW rinh BnVAcs Loretto Carroll Baileys mrce-
"O TIT TTDro aci ray ujjeus
Courts, s We have arranged a
program to include talks by
specialists in some of the im
portant phases of Juvenile
Court work; there wjll be ample
opportunity for discussion.
"The meetings are open to all
persons interested and should
you know of some other persons
who would care to attend please
by all means urge them to do-so.
We are of course hoping that you
will be able to come yourself."
"Several men connected with
departments of the .University
will be on the speaking program.
While the program is in charge
of Mr. Lawrence president of
the organization, Mrs. T. B.
T)nvis nlsfi nf Chanel Hill, is
secretary of the Association.
Dr. Roy M. Brown, who is the
first of the University speakers
on the program, will give a 15
minutes discussion of "Juvenile
Court Law in Operation." He
will be followed directly by Dr.
Wilev B. Sanders, speaking on
"The Juvenile Court in Opera
tion." Both of these men are
connected with the School of
Public Welfare. -
Directly after the luncheon,
one of the features of the meet
ing, Dr. Harry W. Crane, of the
State Department of Public Wel
fare and the University Depart
ment of Psychology, will dis
cuss "Mental Factors of Particu
lar Importance for 'Juvenile Con
sideration." .' v. - -' '
nntprs To Meet
It is hard to think that the since the closing of Memorial
old icy cold "Can" of the nast hall, will be held today in Ger-
years is to have a really modern rard hall, according to an an-
neatmg system. - Yet no matter nouncement made by Dean Brad-
how hard it is to imagine, it is shaw. The half of the freshman
true iust the same. C class -whirli attends chanel to-
( ,: A heating system is being in- day will also attend on Thurs
stalled which will make the days, while the other half will
"Can" a more useful place, attend on Wednesdays and Fri
Then too there will be a place days. There will be no chapel
for a. temporary stage m case of for the sophomores until Mon-
concerts and rertormances. dav. November 11.
It will be necessary that an- aQQitrnmATitR havp alrpadv
other name be gotten for the been mailed out and all fresh
oldj place, because heretofore men should have received theirs
when the name "Tin-Can" was
mentioned everybody thought of necessitated by 'the decision to
chattennff i teeth, three over- inlnoa "ftTa-mrn! q1 Viall - "f TfsTrm ATI
coats, extra gloves, and every- have to be present at only two
thing else that goes to make for cnapei exercises a week.
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comiorx m me iNortn roie. xie aii students who are members.
felt a cold chill run up, his spine Lf the class of '33 and' whose
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as tne name JLin-oan . was loct rflmP hAo-in witli n letter
brought up. l?or he, it ne nas between A and "K," and as
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ever Deen m ine uan weu re-ov t. qo iwmto1i w. tt T,ee
members the cold evenings that have been assigned to attend
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ne nas spent mere, me nuu
dred colds that were caught
World peace can be rescued
from the realm of pure fantasy,
Dr. H. M. Wagstaff of the his
tory department told the mem
bers of the North Carolina Lit
erary and Historical association
at its recent meeting in Raleigh.
Dr. Wagstaff in his presiden
tial address on Thursday eve-
nine: broke a precedent of the
association by looking beyond
the borders of .North Carolina
for the subject of his address.
"There is not," he said, "a wide
enough knowledge of interna
innal relations in the United
States today, atNa time hen
Une oi tne greatest uppuxuux- -. tsjtttitoT7T? OT7
ities ever.offered to a i self-help RF
student is being presented in SUASUIN'S riiUUliJ.
special membership drive
aunched by the Carolina Motor
club, a brancn oi tne American . . T Wnfolka
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AutdmoDiie associauon. xxna -di v rtT,0ot Tbnrs-
campaign starts immediately . . anrr
The Carolina Playmakers pre-
sent Loretta 1 Carroll Bailers
there is a particular necessity
for such a knowledge."
American historians have
usually depicted England as an
owVi-iriii'iiTi iilwavs readv to
campaign starts unmj - Saturday
and all those interested should riaay
Viq -roornlnr season OrO-
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A very liberal commission isi OTY, - PiavmaVPrs.
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being offered to tnose stuaents orio-inal one-act version
wno are wuuug "" """" Uf "TnVa TCinfnlks': was m0-
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spare time to tne soliciting oi duced in 1928. "So great was
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memDersmps m tuc vaiuuua
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Motor club. A unique ieature i nrncrrflm fnr the nres-
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of this drive is tnat tne mex- 1a . - wa3
perienced salesman has a chance --- n wrif a SGQuei
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to build up a. spare me mcome , w , . gince then the
m an ideal way. kivk ks written two
The Carolina Motor club is the
aVAnttbe same PTOUD
largest motor club in the South. of characters, really completing
This motor club is said to otter a rfe of fivG short nlavs. Last
chapel on Tuesdays and Thurs
Anra tTtrliilri VirCi TX7linQA la st.
there, -and he numerous quarts names begin with a letter in the
tnat were emptiea in an euurt
to keep warm.
more real service and protection
to the automobile and the owner
take advantage of the UniteO. than can be obtained anywhere
C4-h4-m Vmi Via tomtit- rr fr tirhV!? i onire United States
that England has been willing
to yield her points in order to
secure an amicable settlement
about twice as often as America
has. An example of this placa
bility is in this recent sea su
premacy contest, in which Eng
land has relinquished her pride,
in order to reach an agreement.
"All these agreements," Dr.
Wagstaff said, "point to a path
of v peace. Her relinquishment
remaining part of the alphabet
fTTili iTor1 rvn Wednesdnvs 5lTld
: , 1 My III flJsllA JXX ii'viauvu,;'.
This year, however, the name Fridays. : '
"Tin-Can" will carry a differ- . AU freshmen, who through
".iiV-",""& ' ' some mistaKe nave wol retcivcu , i OYfont
fort warmth, an auditorium, en- their - seat assignmentS, should shows 'a "
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joyawe "dox parties, aim an u by 205 South this afternoon J"JZ, in Aerira's
oncVi T-iiinora will flash , veal of confidence m America s
vjk,hx vfe- . ana maKe proper ail aiifcemeiito. i aow00l,;T ond fm'r
through one's mind - when he A. nlZ Jor fwshm!1T1 - sense of sportsmanship and fair
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hears the', word "Tin-Can." cept those previously excused,
:i,oTi wiiuerinv the r.r, speaker the asso-
-, will aosoiuieiy uiu i ef . wmiam j starr
games iuuic, wi,w u sibie lor nis presence in cnapei
. . j. i ,mi . . .. . , I M vers.
on the day and in tne seat des
ignated to him. .
The debate council announces
4a WoTirroTnATi.s have been
mTnr.ieted for a single debate
with the University of South
n u - -nrinTnhia on the
nio-ht nf Derember .13. The
-n nrro ti T7C Sine of "Resolvea,
that the United States should
the disarmament of all
armed forces, except those which
are needed for police purposes
Arrjinfrem ents are neanng
completion for a triangular de
UrtlvC MClVVl v- i
Forest and N. C. State on this
same question. , In this case
Carolina will be represented m
Chapel Hill by an: affirmative
team and in Raleigh by a nega
tive aggregation. The triangu
lar debate is expected to take
place about December 12.
rrwa -will be held in 201
Murphey - hall on the night oi
r,rrv,T. oi Rules of the de-
will determine tne
eligibility of candidates ; that is,
w hneA vvho are members ot
the Hehae sauad and who have
Attended the weekly meetings
pertaining, to the query to oe
rehtAri will be eligible to com
tainment lovers will begin to
natronize the place more. For
the crames and track
meets there will be many con
certs, entertainments and other
i i 1 1 . t(l. vl
attractions neia m tne an.
The first concert to be. given
in the "New Can" will be given
Thursday night Nov. 14. Then
the U. S. llarine Band, one of
the oldest and the' best bands in
the country, will be the opening
feature of the modern Can.
From 800 to 1000 chairs will be
placed in the basket-ball playing
ennrt. and also I a temporary
tno-e, will be nut up.
All the upper-classmen win
be able to appreciate this new
modern convenience. It will
make the old "Tin-Can" a af
ferent place. Whereas hereto
fore there were nothing out
there, now it can be used as an
oiiJtnrinm with all
Myers, noted lecturer on politi
cal and historical subjects, and
an alumnus of the -University,
TUicir - A XTrroc- who spoke on the subject, 'Rep
" . r. r.-A-ni-iim flATTiiVllTYIOTit Kflfir.
in necomer s - and Present."
Four cases were docketed in Several interesting papers on
recorders court vesterday morn- historical subjects were read,
ing before Recorder Henshaw ; one of which was written by
three cases were on liquor Guy B. Johnson of Cnapei mil.
charges and one on trespassing.
Lawrence Edwards, negro,
charged with being drunk in a
public place, was given 30 days
on the chain gang. This was
Edwards' fourth appearance in
Roosevelt Nunn, white,
at the small cost of three cents
As a special inducement ben
use's are being offered to ener
getic workers. All students in
terested ' are urged to call on
Henry Johnston, Jr.,' bureau of
vocational information, today,
and fill out the application blank.
Many Plan To Attend
Marine Band Concert
The U. S. Marine band con
certs, which will be given No
vember 14, will be a time of
many social gatherings. - Many
parties have already reserved
seats for the occasion.
The Tin Can, where the eve
ning concert is to be given, will
be thoroughly heated with a
new heating system that is be
ing installed. The basketball
playing court will be covered
with about 1000 chairs which
will be sold and reserved at
$1.50 each, while the bench seats
will sell at $1.
Southwick Is Impressive
i4s Dramatic Interpreter
, (By John Mebane)
Despite the faulty acoustics
charged with public drunkeness, in the Methodist Church and the
difficulties whicn tnose on tne
explained briefly what happened
$K and costs.
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Luther Pendergrass, white, back seats experienced m hear
charged with driving while un- ing, Henry Lawrence Southwick,
der the influence of liquor, was noted dramatic, interpreter,
en nd ensta. gave a creditable recital Satur-
uii . - . , . r-n
Rufus Weaver, negro, was day night or fcnaKespeare t,
modern Li, o,wi with tresnassincr on "King Richard, the Third. ;
Qiini iir nun vt ivi ii iai cv. '-x t .
... 4. 4 hoQtmr svstem. ha lo-inor fn Anna Weav- The greatest difficulties m
equipment .u c - , Tir sthTinVV
r- er and refusing to leave wnen unueisiauumg
Third lnitiatioil . - ordered. He was fined $10, the were evident during the first
TYWtinir TOIllgnt rnsa 0f court. -. Part ot the recital, out later,
. - ' Uhrt -rioir itcoif orrew more dra
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The Dialectic senate will hold -opfi f'ross Meetmff matic and Mr. Southwick slowed
its third initiation of the quar- ' ' J his lines a bit, the inability to
ter tonight m the jui nan t , Ttlere win oe a ineeuus ux L hear diminished. The only lauit
7-15 Several men who were Red Cross tonignt at ociock of the recital was that Mr.
elected to membership at the last in the Episcopal parish house Southwick spoke a bit too fast,
meeting will oe initiated ""t. lo up hindering tne clearness ui mo
.. ;ofo - I hc voar's wnrlr nf the local j.- - ; r
with the new cauuiun. iauu mo 7- , enunciauun.
After the meeting tne enuie chapter, aii. memoers are m-i Mr. Southwick was tree irom
senate . ..win sr--- ... , : , ... . - , iuc- -
smoker. - ' friend, a social nour wi,j, xu- interpreters that ol Becoming
low tne regular meeting.
Mr J. . TITfll "PfncATlt
meyer r um . ---- TrrFR atttre section
j, mgie ocuut wr : ., will meet tonight
ti n Mever of the depart
ment of sociology will leave this
'The literature department of
ment of serology j.u the Community club will meet
afternoon for Goldsborc -where the they0cial r00ffi3 of
1 ...;iv nracpnt. an address De- w, ......... . .
ne - . the Methodist church at cm.
fore a special commune Margaret Vail Howe will
H&MEiS read -m Man, MoW, p.ayS,
too dramatic. He was eloquent,
but he. didn't allow himself to
overstep the' proper bounds of
eloquence. The scene of the
murder of Clarence and the
dream scene of , Richard were
masterfully interpreted. In the
matters of gesture 'and facial
expression Mr. Southwick. was
verv eood. Before the recita
tion in each scene the performer
in them. Before his recitation,
he sketched in a delightful man
ner the historical events which
formed the background for the
famous tragedy of England s
"Fighting King." ;
While Mr. Southwick didn't
auite come up to the standard
of E. IT Southern who recited
soliloquies from Shakespeare's
"Hamlet" and interpreted sev
eral other characters here last
year, he was well-received by a
larger audience than was , ex
pected and was given an encore
at the completion of . the recital.
Mr. Southwick who is. presi
dent of Emerson College of Oro-
torv at Boston was brought to
rrhnr.el Hill bv the Carolina
Playmakers as the second pro
cram on their regular season
bill and was introduced by pro
fessor Koch. The- performer
has had many years of exper
ience as "an actor and a drama
tic interpreter. As a young ac
tor he went to London as a mem
ber of the famous stock com
pany of " Austin ) Daly. . Since
then he has become well known
Viia internretations of
JLVl 11 .
summer she wrote the latest ver
sion of 'Job's Kinf oiks' in three
acts, using the earlier plays as
a foundation for the longer one."
The New York Times critic
wrote of the play, "The piece is
extraordinary, both in the ori
ginality of the idea, and the
courage with which the idea is
carried out." 1 Of the young
author the Theatre Magazine
said, "In her remarkable char-'
acterization of the old grand
mother, she caught the image of
tired, despairing old age with
such sincerity and understand
ing as might be expected from a
seasoned, mature actress cer
tainly not from a young woman
The program for the play
says, "The author is interested
primarily in character in this
play. She does not localize her
scene, nor deal with the right
or wrong of a particular mill
situation. She is, rather, inter
ested in the lives of these peo
ple, so newly come to town from
the mountains and from the
tenant farms and so unable to
make the most of their wages.
For back of the struggle over
wages and hours lies a greater
struggle that of a people born
to a life in the country and
forced to adjust themselves to
living in town.
"In this play Kizzie, the
grandmother, is an individual.
But she is mbre than that. She
is all the old; ones whose world
is very simply made up of 'the
poor' and 'the rich that's got
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10:30 a. m. Chapel exercises
begin in Gerrard hall
7 :00 p. m. First monthly Sig
ma Xi supper at Graduate
7:30 p. m. Meeting of the liter
ature section of the Communi
ty Club in the social room of
the Methodist Church.
7:15 p. m. Meeting of the Phi
and Di in New East and m
New West. - -
8:00 p. . m. Meeting of the
Philological club in Smith
8 :00 p. m. Meeting of the Ked
Cross in the Episcopal Parish
Senior Engineers will visit
High Point today, v
Tickets for the -North Carolina-South
game to be played Saturday
at 'Columbia, S. C will be on
sale at the Book Exchange
five hoys of the city
pete for positions on the teams.