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203 GRAHAM MEMORIAL
SALON ENSEMBLE CONCERT
4:00 P. M.
CHAPEL HILL, N. C, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1932
OF YACKETY YACK
TO MEET MONDAY
Appointments Announced Yes
terday; New Men Asked to
STUDENTS ROOMING IN
TOWN TO HAVE SMOKER
All students living in town will
elect officers to the Union Forum
at Graham Memorial tomorrow
night at 9:30 o'clock. This is to
be one of the series of smokers
1 i 1 '
iwnicn nave Deen convening m
Graham Memorial for, the past
several weeks. As usual, facili
Editorial worK on tne coming
issue of the Yackety Yack will
he inaugurated Monday at 2:00
o'clock when the old members of
ihe staff will have their first
meeting. Any new men desir
ous of trying out for positions
on the staff should come to the
office at 3:00 o'clock the same
The work of the annual is con
ducted chiefly by upperclass
men, but there are several
openings for freshmen who
.would be interested in doing
routine work. The foremost
members of the staff each year
TO CONTEST SUIT
Florida East Coast Railway Attempt
ing to Secure Part of Bing
The University of North
Carolina has made answer to the
suit brought by the receivers of
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ties of the game room will be .riunua.jwwiiMiiw,
open to all present and refresh- m the courts of New York, to ob
tain tne use oi tne ivenan iuna
The co-eds will-elect their of- wmcu iUB umve" ie"
ficers through the woman's asso- ..unu pdH
ciation Tuesday afternoon - at of prof essor s satoes. The Urn-
430 O'clock " vcionjf o dtLuiiica aic xiactic,
Levy, Van line, and fowler, as
sociated with Dennis G. Brum
mitt, attorney general of North
Scott M. Loftin, receiver of
the railway, claims that Mrs.
Mary Lily (Flagler) Bingham
included in her will a provision
for the support of thev railway
out of the residue of the estate.
However, the bequest to the Uni
WINNER OF FIRST
PRIZE IN CONTEST
Second Place in Contest Won
By Mrs. George Bason;
Iiave their pictures in the
Yacketv Yack section of the Over $50,000 was spent in versity was made specifically in
book. In addition to this, those Chapel Hill from September 19 a Part of the wil1 Preceding the
men worthy of the award re- to October 14 as shown by the directions as to the use of the
ceive at' the end of the year a returns in the Chapel Hill residue
handsome gold key, which is greater prosperity contest. Mrs. The substance of the Univer- Rew price of $1.10 goes into ef- social relationships," Dr. Ernest
GRAIL WILL GIVE
DANCE IN TIN CAN
Jelly Leftwich Signed to Plav for
Dance After Carolina-Georgia
Tech Game Saturday.
LIBRARY SCHOOL OFFERS
THREE TYPES OF COURSES
With the Homecoming Day
classic between Carolina and
Georgia Tech leading the list of
social events for the coming
week-end, the Order of the Grail
announces that Jelly Leftwich
has been signed to play for the
dance to be held in the Tin Can
Saturday night from 9:00 to
This will be the first of two
Grail dances to be staged in the
Tin Can, and with Jelly Left
wich playing the dance should
be one of the best of the fall
quarter. Several fraternities
are sponsoring alumni enter
tainments. and a larere number
of out-of-town girls are expect- University Professor Addresses
.Missouri leacners on uuues
Three series of courses are
offered in the University's new
school of library science, train
ing students for work in the
following three fields: elemen
tary andhigh school libraries,
city and county public libraries,
college and university libraries.
The location of -the school is the
University library and is com
prised of laboratory and class
The new school was establish
ed with the aid of a grant J. rom
the Carnegie corporation.
TOPIC OF SPEECH
BY E. R. GROVES
thought by many to be the most Fred Patterson won the free trip sity's contention is that the be-
beautiful award given by any to New York, the first prize, quest to it by Mrs. Bingham is
organization on the campus. with 881,900 votes. The num- payable without any restriction
The staff appointments made ber of votes cast totaled 4,957,- or impairment, and that the trus
blic vesterdav bv editor Nutt 000. tees have no right to devote any
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Parsley follow: - Mrs. George Bason, who pol- 01 tms request to xne purposes
Administrative Advisory led 800,500 votes, won the sec- 01 Tne railway.
Board J. Maryon Saunders, ond prize, a table lamp, given "uatcw, wnnaui x.
Marion Alexander, . William by the University Consolidated v,.
Couch, and Mayne Albright. Service Plants, and Miss Eliza- Hames. With them, as delend-
Student Advisorv Board heth Pat;erson. who followed ants' are lj0Ulse U11SDV wise
Nutt Parslev. John Preston, with 71Q 100 votes received the Francis the University, the
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Robert W. Barnett, Otto S. third pr ze, a pair of . shoes, lorma ast oast 10.tei uom
..Sf nnvoivv, - jn w a r,rQ0Tior,nit1(r0T. panv, jessie Aenan wise
Sarah Graham Kenan.
Vanderbilt Founded In 1872
By Southern Methodist Church
Managing Editor Alex An- company
I- ! o w- x
were: Jharles P. ' Erickson,
Pratt; other classes, Bob Drane; 648,400 votes, a vest pocket
activities, Bob Woerner; athlet- Kodak, given by Foister Photo
lcs. Jarlr Bpsspti Mnme Lone.
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niniWri flarv Tnm Tirnno-MnTi J , asuyiuc iumiiuuuh is iu rew lYiajor ocnoois m OOUUl 1 nai theraDeUtlC DrOSfram Which IS vOUipoScU Ol LWCiiLy beiecteu
, 0v.M ouu vuiO. a cam wsc, kivcu juv -.T , , TT . T . . ., i ,
fowl'nQO xxa ivroiv,. , tW.. is in oi a &tate university: was JNamed central Collesre nnw PnmmnnnlafP in paimo- musicians irom xne stuaem;
j. a ii xxi nco, aiu voiu xuaimiiiK , a Trpn V 1 1 1 1 3 TT1 S! rnmUflnV! 1VI T"S I I " oi -
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aance, Joe Webb; kaleidoscope, nmop Strowd 255 000 votes a ""'cuua 'uul' ' witn tne pnysicai neeas oi tne iy.
TO GIVE CONCERT
Work of Orchestra, Directed by
Thor Johnson, Highly Praised
By Lamar Stringfield.
For the first time in the his
tory of music in America, an
art composition will be present
ed on the same program with
the folk ballad from which it
originated. This afternoon, at
4:00 o'clock, the Carolina Salon
Ensemble, Thor Johnson direct
ing, will present a concert in the
Forest theatre under the aus
pices of the Carolina Playmak
ers and the Carolina Institute
of Folk Music.
Mrs. J. E. Jones of Cary will
sing the old folk ballad, Pretty .
Polly, upon which After Mid
night, an original composition
of Lamar Stringfield, is based.
The offering of Stringfield's
composition by the Salon En
semble will be the initial pre
sentation of the piece.
"The work being done by Thor
R. Groves, research professor of Johnson and the Carolina Salon
STUDENT NOTES DUE sociology in tne msuiuLe lur xe- -Ejiisemiuit;, ouiugnciu outwu,.
DURING COMING WEEK searcn m social science of the "represents one oi tne nnest ana
University, told delegates to the most important activities m tne
.Those students who were al- Missouri state meeting of the musical field in the country.
lowed the privilege of "signing Parent-Teacher association in an The work of this student group
notes for the amount of fees for address at Hannibal,' Mo., yes- is being used as a model by
which they could not pay cash terday. which other universities of the
at the time of registration are "Nothing in the nineteenth country can develop the best of
notified that payment of these century has proven more im-: American music and present it
notes is to be made to the ; nortant than its bee-innme- of the to students and the public by
Treasurer, Business Office, science of the child " he said, first-class ensemble groups.
South Building. Time may be "Already we have passed away Special mention of this fact was
Saved by sending check through from the idea that good parent- made by the president of the
the mail. hood is skill fnerelv in dealing National Federation of Music
with various isolated problems Clubs this week at the National
that arise as the child develops Board meeting in New Orleans."
and are beginning to see that The orchestra, which played
wholesome child training must twenty-three concerts in various
flip marts of the state last vear, is
Of Societv to Children.
ed to be here for the game and
rri j? j i j at
ne puce oi auiuissiun to tne The principles of fair dealing
V1 umicea naa ueen iu ieu with the child are exactly the
cents a ticKet m oraer to pay th 6 adults are exT)ect
,ne teaerai amusement tax. lma d to follow in their ordinary
feet next Saturday.
E. A. Minor.
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Dasxet oi groceries, given uy me rph. vWlf fvoifi
Organization Manager Eben Food Mart; Madeline Thomp-L,, nt nn,
Jilexander. enn IRSinOvntPS. r swpnter. Ti .
. , , Tir , , , -y-w- - ' it is unique among soutnem uni-
Art Staff-W. Vass Shepherd, given hy stetson D; Mrs. W. B. versities in that it has preserved
Neal, 158,800 votes, a roaster, the aristocratic air of the old
given by W. C. Lyon Hardware south and blended with it the
company; Marvin E.Woodward, pr0gressiveness that has mark-
90,300 votes, a five dollar meal ed southern education in the last
ticket, given by Gooch Bros. vhr9P dpradpa
Cafe; Mrs. A C !. Howell, 78,500 a privately endowed
votes, a basket of groceries, g Vanderbilt has enjoyed
given by Model Market; Bonnie oHvnrlf!(ro nf Iwtin. it.
A. . I VV Mt-m. Mill WM V kVAVVVA A
music liepanment nans to Fre- u:7;uf' "7" student body. It is one of the
sent liuest Organists in ea ana ponsnea, given oy um- - . sphools in the snuth
Concerts Here. versity Service Station; Mrs. -T. Lw ,H ' stflp 11T11Vprifv.
S. Graves 58,500, one quart milk Thus -t hag been able to get up
Mary Dirnberger, Closs Peace.
of the music department will Road Dairy. I -r;, x, 4.n
resume his vesper concerts for Mrs. Lawrence Flinn, 57,200,
high school certificate.
::7r; . , ; 1YAX&-awrence .' wav the school has come to
cm year next ounaay airernoon, a shirt, given by .Lipman's ; ro " . wpnlf
represent wealth and culture in
this section of the-country.
Founded in 1872
Like Duke University, Van
October 23, at 4:00 o'clock with jean E. Rose, 46,200, "a book
a program of organ, music in pressing club tickets, given by
Hill music auditorium. O'Kelly Dry Cleaners; Mrs. J.
These recitals, given once' a D. Blake, 38,900 votes, one derbilt was conceived along lines
month throughout the scholastic month show pass, given by Caro- djff erent from those it operates
year, are considered among the lina theatre; W. !M. Adams, 37,- Q todav. It was founded in
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nignngnts ot tne local musical uuu votes, pair shoes naii-soiea,
events of the season. In the given by Lacock's shoe shop;
past they have drawn large audi- Mrs. T. S. McCorkle, 34,700
ences trom Chapel Hill ana votes, 100 calling cards, given
nearby towns. by the University printery;
The music department of the Anne Bagby, 29,500 votes, one
University, which has charge of year's subscription to the Chapel
these concerts, is considering slHUI Weekly; Mrs. T. E. Hmson,
plan of inviting a number of 22,900 votes, one quart milk for
guest organists during the year a month, given by Durham
to play in exchange forconcerts Dairy Products, and Odis Pen
given by Professor Kennedy. dergraft, 17,400 votes, smoking
'fhesp stn.nfl. D"ivpn bv Berman's de
yJ hJXLs lO lUVilW w . . , C3- V
concerts and no charge is made partment store
Change in Cast
Phi Mu Alpha Meeting
One change has been made in
The local chaDter of Phi Mu the tentative cast of Uncle Tom's
Alpha, national music f rater-Cabin, first Playmaker-produc-
nity. will (rather in the choral tion of the year. Bob Proctor
room of Hill hall this afternoon will take the part of the ait-
at 3 :30 o'clock. er" instead of Bernard B. Perry.
1872 as Central University,
closely affiliated with the Meth
odist church. One year later,
however, Commodor Cornelius
Vanderbilt of New York do
nated $500,000 to the school
which then changed its name to
that it now bears. This gift was
subsequently increased to $1,
000,000 and was the second in
a long line of contributions from
the Vanderbilt family.
At the time of its founding,
the university was located on the
outskirts of Nashville, Tenn-
There will be a ten-cent ad-
paratively - young school, Van- Tf -Upi , A nnrpnt Trmintm' i mission charge. In case of ad-
derbilt has the appearance of rational procedure in dealing verse weather conditions the
age and dignity, particularly with the cniid Dr. Groves as-concert will be presented in the.
snown m tne aspect oi its duiiq- serted) if he keens in mind that PlaymaKers tneatre.
ings, of which there are eigh-
teen, the 150 varieties of trees ii0 i(a f wintr WH 1 1 1 A 9 1 V I A K HH.H l.
t j., 1 kJi jlxju x urn
uii tne campus, aim- us spienum a personality, he is not sudden
ture Deriod a person. He is al-
Vanderbilt s development as ready one.
an important mechanism in Mn hnnnpTiino- in tlm life of
southern education began when any individual has so great sig- Passes to Carolina Theatre Will
James H. Kirkland Was selected nificance as an influence upon Be Awarded for New Sub-
chancellor of the university the nersonalitv as does the ex-
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about thirty years ago. A thor- nerience. many times repeated,
oughly modern educatdr, he ob- that comes to the child upon Students will have the oppor-
jected to the domination and re- finding his egoistic desires tunity to win theatre passes
striction of the school by the blocked bv environmental cir- again this week.
Methodist church and finally ef- cumstances," Dr. Groves af- This is the result of the suc-
fected the break between Van- firmed. "It is the function of cess of The daily iar heel
derbilt and its original found- the. narent to lead the child campaign for subscriptions
er. Ldroitlv throuffh the recoil that which was conducted last week.
Since that time, the school surely comes to him when he The business department of the
has risen meteorically to a lead- nnds himself in a situation that paper made arrangements yes-
iner position in the nation. The resists the satisfaction of his treday with E. Carrington
Vanderbilt family has continued desires." - Smith, manager of the Carolina,
tn hestnw o-ifts nn the univer- " through whose courtesy the
sitv until the endowment has "Y" Cabinets To Have passes are awarded, to con-
reached the sum of $19,000,000. Interestinfif Meetings tinue the drive
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In 1924 the Rockefeller Institute nils ieit mat not everyooay
granted Vanderbilt $8,000,000 The three Y. M. C. A. cab- in Chapel Hill who wishes to
for the establishment of a med- inets w111 convene tomorrow subscribe to the paper has been
ical school. This department night in the Y at their new reached and the contest is con
has become one of the best- time of 7:00 o'clock. tinued to allow everybody to be
known features of the inatitu-L AU three cabmets have inter- reached.
essee. However, th city has so
expanded that it is now situated
two or three miles inside of
Nashville. The campus is
seventy-six acres in extent and
noted throughout the south for
its beauty. Although a com-
All three cabmets have inter-
tion and in southern ranking is esung piugiam un ma my, auu '0r every new subscription to
second only to the medical school all members are expected to at- The DaiLy Tar Heel procured
at Tulane. tena. in Chapel. Mill, two passes are
Enrollment Limited Ed Lamer, adviser to the awarded which entitle the win-
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Vanderbilt has chosen to em- iresnman irieuu&nip couucn au- ner to attend two ot tne leature
phasize its undergraduate school, nounced that that group would attractions at the Carolina thea-
While the entire university nev- nave one oi tne pest programs tre this week.
er nmWs more than 100. of the year, tentative arrange- The cost of the subscription
there being angulation limit-hents having been made with a is 1.50 for three months oV
inw fmn rlass to 200 colored quarteu S4.00 f or a year. In either case.
fa o-x v. - , , ,1.J. ..... '
mpn t,a. fifr wnmen. it is com- nouncea aiso tnau a aci un passes valued at sixty cents will
nosed of students who. in most U subject of vital interest to all be the premium offered as a re-
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(Continued on page two) students nas oeen secureu. ward to the canvassers.