T H E O N L y COLLEG E D AILY IN THE SOUTH
A JOURNAL OF
THE ACT1 VITUS
' VOLUME XLW
EDITOR1AI. PHOSZ 4351
CHAPEL HILL, N. C, FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1936
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TSach Dormitory and Fraternity
On Campus Represented;
THREE WOMEN INDUCTED
At 9 o'clock last night the
University Club initiated 36 men
and 3 women into membership.
The new members were tapped
two weeks ago, but according to
precedent their names were not
released until they had decided
whether or not to accept the in
Each dormitory and fraterni
ty on the campus is represented
along with three members-at-
A. T. O. Bill Jordan, Delta
Psi Nick Read, S. A. E. Ran
dall Berg, Sigma Chi Lacy
Eendley, Chi Psi Jack Atwood,
Theta Chi Bill Howard.
T. E. P. Aaron May, Phi Al
phaBert Potter, Chi Phi
Winton Perry, Phi Kappa Sig
ma Ed Green, Sigma Nu Ce
Phi Delta Theta Frank Ro
gers, Alpha Epsilon Harry
Rhodes, Lambda Chi Alpha
Charles Benton, Phi Gamma
Delta Page Keel, Sigma Del
ta Bob Putney, Pi Kappa Al
pha W. R. Holland.
Zeta Psi David Thorp, Z.
B. T. Herbert Bluethanthal,
IKappa Sigma Roy Crooks,
Kappa Alpha - Kinion Proctor,
S. P. E. ' Jack Davidson.
Beta Theta Pi Watt LaRo
que, Chi Omega Virginia Lee,
Pi Phi Mary Henry, D. K. E.
Bill Davis, Spencer Dorothy
Old 'East Tom Bruce, Wright Produces
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Warren's 'Spirit' Club Arranges
Holiday High School Smokers
The last issue of the Daily
Tar Heel will appear Sunday
morning, two days before ex
aminations start, in order to
give the over-worked staff
members a chance to pass
finals and continue their ca
reers on this publication.
The first issue of the spring
quarter will appear Wednes
day morning, March 25, the
day after classes are resumed.
To Be Entertained
University Club Plans State
Wide Series of Programs
For High School Prospects
SAUNDERS BACKS DRIVE
Summer Session will Offer Insti
tute for Teachers of
Carolina's choicest" pulchritude, pictured here, will model dresses tonight in the fashion show
sponsored by the Y. W. C. A. The co-eds are, front row, left to right: Annice Belden, Kate Har
rison, Jo Oettinger, Frances Caffey, and Virginia Lee.
Second row, left to right: Juanita Greene, Helen Pritchard, Hester Barlow, Peg Green, and
Clara Roberson. Back row, left to right :- Nancy Dicks, Eliza IRose, Mary Pride. Cruikshank,
and Ida Wmstead. Two models, Sue Southerland and Mary BaAks MacPherson, were not pres
ent when the photo was snapped.
Campus Coeds Will Model Tonight
University Club plans for joint
smokers to be held in several
North Carolina towns during
the spring holidays, at which
alumni, students, and prospec
tive students will be brought to
gether, crystallized last night in
At the request of the club,
prominent men from each of
the towns in which a smoker is
planned attended the meeting
and received a folder prepared
by the alumni office which would
be helpful in staging a smoker.
Problems connected with the "Spike" Saunders, alumni sec-
teaching of the social sciences retary, addressed the meeting
will be treated at an institute and outlined the program which
which will be held in Chapel Hill he hoped each man will follow
for two weeks, beginning June in his respective community.
15, in connection with the sum- The folders also contain the
mer session of the University, names of the alumni in each
Dr. Edgar W. Knight, director town. It is hoped the student
of the summer session announ- chairman will co-operate with
the local alumni president in
making all the local high school
seniors University conscious.
The folders are to be returned
to the alumni office after the
In the institute special atten
tion will be given to problems
of high school and college teach
ers of the social sciences. A
dozen or more teachers of these h.oliys 'names and infor
mation concerning all
subiects in colleges and hiVb
schools in the : southeastern tive . students - together
states and several visiting spec
ialists will : be invited to attend
the institute. The course is also
open to members of the Univer
sity faculty and to school admin
istrators from nearby states.
South Sea Novel
5rimes Grady Swaim, Old
"West Bobby Horton, Aycock
Edward Palmer, Manly pi Former
W. Neely, Steele Clyde Shaw.
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uum-uiaimauscui. Dr. Louis B. Wright, former--sum
Hall Conley, New Dorms ly associate professor of Eng-
xorest von A-annon. .uewis
Professor Collaborates on
Story of South Sea Puritans
Hricklemyer, Bill Hudson, Fletcher-Ferguson.
TO BE GIVEN HIGH
-extension Division will Sponsor
lish at the University, has just
collaborated on "Puritans in the
South Seas," a semi-sequel to
"Mutiny on the Bounty."
The book is the result of long
research in the Huntington Li
brary into the records of South
Sea voyagers. Dr. Wright and
Mary Isabel Fry, assistant re
ference librarian, give a com
plete account of the Puritan mis
SCOUTS MEET TONIGHT
High school students all over
the state will compete today in
French examinations as a part
of the 11th annual French con- Approximately 15 Boy Scouts
test, sponsored by the Univer- in the Chapel Hill district will
sity Extension Division. receive awards at the court of
Following the examination, honor to be held tonight at 7:30
the teachers in the individual in the banquet room of Graham
schools will grade the papers and! Memorial.
indicate tne errors, me three Dr. Harold D. Meyer, presi-
best papers from each school dent of the district, will preside
-will then be forwarded to Chapel over the meeting. All interested
Hill, where they will be check- students who were Scouts- are
ed by faculty members of the invited to attend the court.
University French department.
Announcement will be made of
the three best individual papers
in order of merit, with honor
able mention given to the next
12. The names of the three
-schools whose three-student
teams make the best showing
-WTlll til cn be announced. All
Daners must reach Chapel Hill
by March 13 to be entered in the
The examination is intended
only for students in second year
French, who have naa no special
advantages nor private instruc
tion in the language. The scope
Local Beauties Go
On Parade At 8 P. M.
, In Fashion Display
Girls to Furnish Varied Pro
gram Along with Style Show
In Memorial Hall
Y. W. C. A. IS SPONSOR
Wiley Parker, as affirma
tive, and Oliver Cross, as neg
ative, will represent the Uni
versity in the triangular de
bate here on March 25, with
the University of Peurto Rico
and' the University) of Ver
mont. The question for debate will
be: Resolved, That Congress
should have the power to ov
errule decisions of the Su
preme Court. ;
University co-eds will be on
The' season's newest clothes
will be displayed by 16 of the
University's most attractive
girls tonight at the Y. W. C. A.
fashion show in Memorial hall
at 8 o'clock.
In addition to the fashion pa
rade, .Lillian woodara has ar
ranged a variety of entertain
ment featuring local talent.
Three scenes will be used in dis
playing the gowns. The first will
be the Book "X" at 10:30 on a
spring morning. The co-eds will
be seen draped over the coun
ters in spring sport clothes
drinking dopes, ably assisted by
a few of the masculine campus
element who appear to make the
scene more realistic The Little
Shop of Chapel Hill is furnish
ing clothes for this setting.
In the second view, the models
will go on a trip to the south
to spend their vacations and will
wear appropriate traveling
clothes. The Betsy Ann Shop of
Chapel Hill is providing the
clothes for this scene. The third
major event of the evening will
show the campus what the well
dressed co-ed will wear to the
Mid-winters; after spring holi
days. Evening gowns from Dur
ham and Raleigh have been se
cured for the mannequins to
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Four New Books
on History, Education,
Hotel Life Published
Four books were released by
the University Press in Febru
ary, two of them dealing with
history, one with education, and
one with a social phase of life.
Universal Education in the
South" by Charles William Dab
ney, is a story of great men and
great movements. The two vol
umes recount the long struggle
for public schools in the south
from Jefferson s time to the
Biographies of over 100 edu
cational leaders appear in the
book along with a history of the
south which is woven in with
relation to education. Dabney
was former president of the Uni
versity of Tennessee and the
University of Cincinnati, arid
was at one time Assistant Secre
tary of Agriculture.
Norman Hayner goes from
the extreme of flop houses to the
extreme of exclusive hotels in
his comprehensive book, "Hotel
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newspaper clippings about the
smoker or whatever . kind of
get-together" is held. ; -
Saunders urged that all '-'con
troversial subjects" be handled
in such a manner that no one
would be discouraged from en
rolling at the Universitv.The es-
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ine lnsiituxe is signincant, DecialIv asked that studenta
Dr. Knight said, because of the from of the towns c(M)per.
increasing imponance oi xnese ate the chairman appointed
suDjects ana increased interest hv fllp rlllh in , M,,
m them m the south. The plan smoker a SUCCess. The remainder
is to make the institute basic in of his remark3 concerned :possi.
the teaching of the social scien- bIe nroirramj, thaf. mi&ht fnU
ces. Another advantage, he said, lowei President julien Warren
appears in the large number ot als0 u d University: N -Chlb
courses to be conducted m u . - r n. t,: i .
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f. lenorts m staging smokers 'in
session m tne fie as ot econo- their respective towns.
mics, sociology, political science,
education, public welfare, and TWO LOCAL BOYS
public administration, wmcn AROUSE INTEREST
win aiso oe avaiiaDie to teacners
of these subjects who come es
pecially for the institute.
More than 30 courses are pro
vided in education, 20 in econo-
mics, 1 m sociology, 6Z in nis-
IN PUPPET PLAYS
Dr. Knight to Include Puppet Coarse
A great deal of interest in
puppetry fias been aroused- in
tory and political science, and 12 state as a result of the acti.
in public administration.
Dr. Y. Z. Chang's new course
in "Confucianism and Chinese
literature" will consist of a se
ries of lectures on the historical,
philosophic, and literary de
velopment of China with read
ings in English translations.
Questionnaire Deadline Today
Mail all questionnaires to self-help office in Y.
M. C A. TODAY.
FRATERNITIES: Have all remaining questionnaires delivered
to self-help office in Y. M. C. A. TODAY.
DORMITORIES: President of dormitory or councilors to de
liver all remaining questionnaires to self-help of
OFF-CAMPUS RESIDENTS: Those whose questionnaires
have not been collected, take them to the Y. M.
C. A. TODAY.
vities of two local puppeteers,
Wallace Bourne and Fred Koch,
Jr., who are receiving wide rec
ognition for their work. Their
show has as its sponsors the
state Board of Health, Division
of Oral Hygiene, of which Dr.
Ernest A. Branch is the head,
and the Carolina Playmakers.
Its purpose is to encourage the
school children of the state to
practice good health habits. ' .
To date they have played 325
performances in 21 counties of
North Carolina from Hdye
county on the coast to Buncombe
county in the mountains, play
ing to 150,000 school children.
They have also appeared in
Spartanburg, S. C. at the invita
tion of the South Carolina State
Board of Health. They played
last October in New Orleans for
the national convention of the
American Dental association,
and gave 12 performances in the
New Orleans public schools.
'TJttle Jack," one of the fav-
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