THE ONLY COLLEGE DAILY IN THE SOUTH
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CHAPEL HILL, N; C, TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1936
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by Phil Hammer
Looking At The University
As A Whole Will Be Both
Interesting And Helpful
GRAHAM TO TALK
ON HIS ATHLETIC
PLAN TO SENIORS
University President to Discuss
"Graham Plan" at Class
Student-Faculty Day Exhibits
Section I. The Professional Schools
MEETING BEGINS SERIES
President Frank Graham will
ead a discussion on the Graham
Plan at the senior class conven
tion in Memorial hall Thursday
morning at 10:30.
The program was arranged by
the senior class executive com
mittee, which requested Dr.
Graham to speak on his plan in
order that the class might have
a clear idea of his purposes.
This meeting of the class is
the first of a series planned to
discuss campus problems of par
ticular interest to seniors. Sub
jects of future meetings will be
consolidation, and alumni organ
ization and activities.
The meeting is being held
Thursday morning instead of
Tuesday as was first announc
ed. - " .; y
Exhibits on Student-Faculty
Day serve a two-fold function:
they give us a common medium
for getting together on a day set
apart for student-faculty rela
tions and they offer us an inte
grated view of the University in
retrospect and at work today.
; It is a fact that very few mem
bers of any University depart
ments find the time and oppor
tunities for seeing what is being
done in the other departments
From experience we have found
-that those professors who have
.a knowledge of other fields and
can relate their own to a sort of
unified conception of college ed
ucation have been by and large
the most interesting and effec
; But that is only incidental
What is most important in such
an opportunity for looking at the
vyhole University at work
is the appreciation oi our
institution and its personnel and
its progress. It is more than
an esprit de corps which we The University Symphony Or-
seek m affording this panorama; chestra will give its second con
it is an understanamg oi tne cert 0f the season tonight at
motives and the methods of a 8 .go jn Hill Music hall.
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great university wnose jauty to , n- T?ettiam?ii F-Swalin will
its students is surpassed only by conduct the 34 members, assist
Sts luty to the state. ed by eight vayers from
In these times, when to casual Woman's College, in a program
observers such as ourselves the 0f classical and romantic music.
morale of the University teach- The two soloists for the evening
Ing staff is not at its highest are Miss Genevieve Griffey, and
reaches, a mutual appreciation Albin Pikutis, violinists, who,
between departments is very es- acCompanied by Peter Hansen,
sential. Faced with uncertainty wni piay "Concerto in D Minor''
.as to the effects of consolidation by S. Bach;
oi tneir department, aceu wnn , Mozart
-uncertainty as to tne legisia- The program will open with
ture s irame oi mma regarumg 0vertu re," the introduction to
finances next winter, ana iacea
vith uncertainty as to the con
A. School of Engineering. Phillips Hall.
9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.; 12 m. to 1 p. m.; 2 p. m. to 5 p. m.
Electrical Engineering: Room 106.
Motors, Generators, Transformers, High Voltage Display.
Civil Engineering: ...Room 116.
? Materials Testing Laboratory. Universal Testing Machine,
Strain Gages, etc.
Highway Laboratory. Room 118. Equipment for Tests of Soils
and Highway Materials.
Surveying Equipment. Room 100.
Drawing Equipment. Room 210.
Sanitary Laboratory. Over Filter Plant, Southeast Corner
Phillips Hall. Standard Chemical and Bacteriological Tests in
Water Analysis. .
Mechanical Engineering: Room 109.
Airplane, Aero Engines, Wind Tunnel, Automobile Engines, Die
sel Engine, Steam Engines and Turbine, Air Compressor, Test
ing Apparatus, Working Models, etc.
Electrical Engineering Measurements: Room 102.
Iron Losses, Photometry, A! C. Bridges, Thyvatoons, Ampli
fiers, Communications, Model Transmission Line.
All University Exhibits
For, Student-Faculty Day
To Open This Afternoon
10:30 A. M. Convocation
in Memorial hall.
1:00 P. 31. Faculty guests
of students at luncheon.
2:00 P. M. Start of Gen
eral Jamboree in lower quad
rangle. 4:30 P. M. Open House in
8:30 P. M. Stunt Night,
Made For Rainy Day
Second Annual Affair Will Have
Street Dances, Games Of
Chance, and Lawn Party
IS UNIVERSITY HOLIDAY
Tomorrow Carolina celebrates
its second annual Student-Facul
At 10:30 in Memorial . hall,
the entire student body will as
semble to hear Dr. Howard E.
Rondthaler, president of the gen-
B. School of Pharmacy.
Open all day.
All displays will be under the management of students.
Room 207 (Departmental Library). Special exhibits of im
portant drugs and medicinal material of general interest.
Room 210. Students at work will show, the eauinment and
Band Holds Feature
Place In FestivalieraiammniassociaonanPre3
ident of Salem College. Dr.
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lucai Dana nays iseiore iduuitt- , r rvn, nA TTM.ia
in Eastern Carolina Affair
Fairley, president of the Student
The morning convocation will
begin the Student-Faculty Day
SWALIN TO DIRECT
Eight Guest Players from Wom
an's College to Assist
The "University concert band,
Earl Siocum, director, played
with 15 other bands of the state
modes of nrocedure used in the extraction of active nrincimes in the East Carolina Band Fes- program which has been work
from crude drugs materials together with the standardization I tival held at Raleigh Sunday aft- ed out in detail by Jake Snyder's
to a definite potency of official preparations in which such prin- ernoon to an audience of 1500 holiday committee. Events con-
ciples are found. people. tinue uroutt luncn Wltn Pro"
Room 302. Exhibition of the manufacturing Drocesses involved Ti,a ua lessors, me aiternoon jamooree,
in tvniral nharmarentiVal nrpnnratinr, L- l ...t.-i. . until the evening Stunt Night in
i t i . lcunceri, wxiica was scneauiea to
Room 305. Students in a model laboratorv will be engaged
dispensing prescriptions and carrying on the several undertak- on account of the bad weather
ings that are employed in compounding drugs.
AH other rooms in the building will be open to visitors.
C. School of Law. Manning Hall.
8 :30 a. m. to 6 p. m., except during convocation at 10 a. m.
All displays will be under the management of Miss Elliott, Law
Librarian, and a committee. of faculty members and Students. -'
Law Library First Floor. Historv of tho T.aw School. Onnor-
tunities in the legal profession, shown by activities of Law the 17th Field ArtillelT Band at
School graduates. Recent publications by Law School faculty Fort Bra was the Premier con"
and students. A sequence of law books illustrating the develop- aucl.or anQ guesi 01 nonor ai ine
The 35 members of the local
organization played three num
bers, "March of the Spanish Solr
ciiery".by Smetsky; "Overture"
by II Guarany and Gomez ; and
W. E. Vincent, bandmaster of
During the day, exhibits of all
University departments, activi
ties and organizations will be
open for student and prof essori
al inspection.. All of these
same exhibits "open for. a. pre
view at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
. Fortheuaf ternoon j amboree,
the "In Case of Rain" adminis
tration, headed by Albert Ellis,
has provided that the booths,
taxi dance, games, and refresh-
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D. School of Library Science. Reserve Room, Library. IVTcTloriald To Be 111 SvGQkGT
Cataloging Class: Display showimr the various tvoes of cards OerieS V Or jrOllLlUai IIllUU
made by the cataloging department of the average library, and
Mozart's opera, . "The Magic
Flute." which was comt)osed in
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summation oi some oi tne goais 1791 This work is representa
of the new curricular set-up, U-iye ftf he Rococo period .Cesar
taculty memoers nave not mam- Frav nT1iv SVTrlT1hoTiv: "Svm
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tamea a nigmy co-operative sort h in D Minor win be the
ux uiuvcxoiy - d contribution ot tne or-
wrthin the past months. This, cnestrU .
unfortunately, has not helped Bach's "Concerto in D Minor
matters in times when so many for two vi0lins and pianoforte
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Dainmg ana aiscouragins eveui-a uii be Diaved bv the soloists in
re bombastingin Chapel Hill, its three movements, vivace, lar-
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go, and allegro. The rest of the
versity program would do much program includes comparatively
-toward re-establishing some of modern music. "March of 'the
that enthusiasm which we found Toys" by Victor Herbert; "Irish
-when we first came to Chapel Tune from Countv Derry" by
Hill but which has been drifting1 percv Grainger; and "Waltz:
away. Appreciating the fac-. Artist's Life" by Johann Strauss.
ultv's nosition, we believe that
taking a unit card as an example, showiner the Questions that ATJTMNT OFFICES Candidate lO Make
can be answered by a catalog card. CHANGE LOCATION Talk Here lnursday
'lC5f 37 f.a 0UP of st refeTe TO CAROLINA INN other Guberal Candidates.
ouunmg cue . tjr ca ajx qucobiuxis aiiis w ei eu uy muse tuuis. ilau, I I
some examples of the various questions answered by the aver- General Alumni Association Cen-
age reference department will be on display.
Book Selection Class: ; Model student's library. Library with no
particular hobby, but within the means of the average student's
ter Leaves South Building
WiU Speak Here in Near
Future for Union
E. School of Medicine.
Open all day.
Headquarters of the General
Alumni Association were mov
ed, yesterday, from the third
SECOND SPEECH IS APRIL 14
Dr. Ralph W. McDonald, can
didate for the governorship of
floor of South building to the the state- of North Carolina, will
Carolina Inn where an official be the first in a series of
house warming will be held to-Lmatorial candidates to amear
Students will be in charge to act as guides.
Animal Quarters: Open for inspection. These quarters are morrow as a part of the Student- here un(jer the auspices of the
the students can also do much
toward restoring a more healthy
-condition in this peaceful little
Work on the exhibits repre
sents a lot of time and energy.
Let us make it worthwhile by
availing ourselves of the good
ness which they offer.
NO COST TO STUDENT
University Cafe, Graham Me
morial Grill, and Harry's Grill
along with others which will be
announced tomorrow, have
tn serve four or five free
lunches to faculty members
Students may entertain their
guests free, if first.
Will Feature McKee
Daily Tar Heel to Sponsor Pro
gram from WDNC at 8:30
considered the best in the South.
Dissecting Room: Open to visitors; students will be doing dis
secting work throughout the day. -Embryo
AW laboratories will be open for inspection.
The second radio broadcast
sponsored by the Daily Tar
Heel, will go on. the air at 8:30
o'clock tonight from station
Speaking tonight will be Don
McKee, staff nominee for editor
ship of next year's daily publi
cation. McKee will speak on the
relation of education to the three
major problems now confronting
society war, economic distress,
and racial differences. Stuart
Rabb will announce the program.
x acuity my program. Carolina Political Union.
In connection with the holiday McDonald, who is said to of-
the association is offering a fer the New Deal to our state
prize of five dollars to the person jn his platform, constitutes the
who guesses most accurately the principal threat to the suprem-
total number of alumni of theUcv of the alleged "ring ma-
University Administration & Student Activities University. Every alumnus who chine" in North Carolina.
has attended the University Memorial Hall
University Administration. Graham Memorial. smce XiVO 13 .llbLeu 111 . Dr. McDonald is scheduled to
Open all day. ammnus navmg a cara wnn ms ak to the student body on
Alumni Office: Charts, placards, showing location of alumni. "ame ou 1U u Thundajr night at 8:30 m tne
Copies of "Alumni Review." Alumni files and records to be on De on aisPiay ai ine oinces wmcn Memorial hall auditorium.
disnlav in new headauarters in Carolina Tnn. Pnhlir invited. wm Pen irom y a m' 100 In his platform, the candidate
Open from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. $5.00 prize contest to be con- p morrow- .ine wua1 brings forth his opposition to the
dnrtedmims number of alnmni . - or I acuity memoer estimating sales tax and aonears to be
Alumni Loyalty Fund: In Graham Memorial. Felix A. Grisette 11 tiUSC1f W1C ""I1"" equally opposed to the restoring
in charge. Scrapbooks and printed matter depicting the work 01 caras wm receive xne prize' of the land tax. McDonald
of the office during the oast year. Offices have been constructed claims that political and econom-
Buildings Department: Charts representing the growth of the Pn tne south side of the Inn, hc injustices have been placed
Universitv's Dhvsical nlant and charts showing the extent and housing the alumni offices and Upon the people of North Caro-
variety of the work done by the employees of the department, records. The Inn was donated hma by the present administra-
Business Office: Pictures of the personnel of the Department, to tne university last june oy tion, and he also expects to se-
charts showing the organization and management of the entire John Sprunt Hill. cure all additional revenue from
organization and office forms. J . Maryon baunders, executive the-corporations of the state
Book Exchange: . Placard representing the Y. M. C. A. Building secretary of the association, is Dr. McDonald was in BUnois
where the "Rook Exchange is located and a representation of the general supervisor oi xne inn, an(i became known m this state
services rendered by the Book Exchange. Old pictures of the and the establishment is under first as a teacher at Salem Col
pnmnn will h evbihited in the Book Exchange in the Y. M. C. A. the. active management of J. ieSre He withdrew from teach-
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CAMPUS CELEBRATES STUDENT-FACULTY DAY TOMORROW