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CHAPEL HILL, N. C THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 193S
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Advisers Get Facts
Concerning New Men
For Student Record
Dean Spruill Tells His Gronp to
Get Good Start Here
Democratic Congressman R.
Li. Doughton, chairman of the
House Ways and Means commit
tee, has been secured by the
Carolina Political union to speak
nere October 26, according to
an announcement yesterday by
President Frank McGlinn.
As a result of previous nego
tiations, McGlinn received a let
ter yesterday from Washington
stating that Congressman
Doughton would speak to the
University student body on be
half of Franklin D. Roosevelt,
Democratic nominee for reelec
tion to the presidency.
McGlinn further announced
that O. Max Gardner, former
governor of the state, who had
been petitioned by,the union to
speak in October, would be un
able to do so because of the
pressure of his business.
The Rt. Rev. Paul Jones,
prominent socialist and resident
minister of Antioch college, was
personally selected by Norman
Thomas, presidential candidate
of the Socialist party, to speak
at Chapel Hill at the request of
the union. Rev. Jones is sched
uled to talk on behalf of the So
cialist party Monday night, in
As announced, in yesterday's
paper, Colonel Frank ;Knbx Re
publican candidate for the vice
presidency, will arrive in Chap
el Hill October 13 to deliver an
Freshmen met their respec
tive advisers yesterday during
the regular chapel period in New
West, New East, Bingham, Phil
ips, Venable, Murphy, and Me
The object of the meeting, ac
cording to the advisers, was to
gain a first-hand knowledge of
each student, to be kept on rec
Dean C. P. Spruill of the gen
eral college told his group in Me
morial hall to get a good start
and that four years from now
they would thank themselves. I
The University debate squad
will hold its first meeting of the
"Ask yourself this question !" year tonight at 9 o'clock on the
the dean of the general college seconcl noor of ranam Memo
demanded. "Are the things I am W1- Don Seawell will speak on
doing the most worth while ?ne Enlish debate trip.
Find what you are especially fit- Seawell was one of the two
ted to do and stick to it. You debaters chosen through the
can't take part in all of the acti- University Debate council by the
vities. but choose one for vour- Student Federation of America
To Hear Applicants
For Buccaneer Post
Business Manager to be Chosen
At Meeting Wednesday
Applicants for the business
managership of the Carolina
Buccaneer will be heard by the
Publications Union board next
Wednesday at 3 p. m.
The board, in its first session
of the fall, yesterday received
and accepted the resignation of
Niles Bond from the manager
ship of the humor magazine, ef
fective after the publication of
the first Buccaneer this year.
Written applications for the
position should be presented
Professor J. M. Lear, board ad-
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viser. next Monday.
In presenting the audit of the
board's account at yesterdays
meeting, Mr. Lear announced
that profits on the four student
publications last year totaled
Giant Pep Rally To Be Staged
Tomorrow Night At Postoffice
Alumni Association Plans For Affair Tnrlnrf a
Directors To Meet Parade A
self and do it well.
"The main problem in busi
ness today is dealing with peo
ple. Your problem on this cam-
to represent the country at large
in the British Isles last spring.
The two debaters spoke in all
parts of the Isles. They began
ON 1936 OFFICERS
Councillors Elected For
Each Floor; Many
Races Are Close
PUS IS tO get acquainted With 1X1 ouumaiupiim aim weui up me
your fellowmen, so as to learn west c0st through Cardiff, Bris-
howto deaf with them. Friction tol, Wales, Liverpool, and Glas
may arise, but vour task is to sow. They then crossed to the
study that person and yourself." eastern coast of , Scotland, came
down to Edinburgh, thence to
Newcastle, Manchester, and to
London. Following that they
spoke in Reading, Cambridge,
Oxford and a few other places.
Blind Date' Card Dance
To Be Held In tJounge
The annual Spencer hall dance
will be held tomorrow night in
the main lounge of the woman's
Class officers, publications TrM-
The new members of the Stu
dent Advisory board appointed
by Dean Bradshaw are Mar
garet Jordan, Niles Bond, Henry
Clark, George MacFarland, Al
bert Ellis, Marvin Allen, Allan
Louis -Shaffner, Fred
By Jim Sivertsen : VvJ '
Along with the rain yesterday
came a flood of votes throughout
the "dormitories bringing into of
fice ,the;new councillors and" the
filling of other vacant offices.
Newly elected officers in Old
East are : north section, C. C.
Armfield; center section, Clar
ence Klutz; south section, Andy
Bershak. Charles Wales went
unopposed into office as athletic
In Aycock Pete Peterson was
elected first floor councillor; the
second floor men, Phil Walker
and Bill Wilson, tied for the po
sition and a run-off will be nec
essary ; for third floor, William
Tenenblott; and Bert Ressler for
In Grimes the running was
somewhat closer, a second elec
tion being necessary for the
fourth floor between Pete Avery
and Boone Grant.
Malcomb Allan and Beaty.
Bass were unopposed as first and
second floor representatives, re
spectively. August Mayland was
elected for the third floor. Jim
Joyner was unopposed as ath
Things were still warmer
down in Ruffin as. Lafayette
Wrenn and Gordon Gifford tied
for the. first floor, the same situ
ation holdingvtrue for the sec
f mirth floor between
t - m t n
men, ieiuw,euuiuv uuxu ic w Don McKee. John Par
Interdormitory and Interf rater- ker replacing Jack Poole and
nity councils, the Athletic coun- pete Iyey replacmg Harper
en, ana onicers oi xne campus garneg
organizations, nave Deen mviiea
to the affair.
The dance is of the "blind
date" type, and each dance by
This is the third year that the
Shack has staged, the affair.
Weather Maps Show ;
How Hurricane Was
Deflected From Coast
Session at Carolina Inn Set for
By Rameses HI
Mascot to Make Initial Bow
The. regular fall meeting of
the board of directors of the
General Alumni association will
be held here October 3 in thel Joy, or something, will reign
Carolina Inn. I supreme tomorrow night when
The reports of officers and the Carolina student body drops
committees will be heard, and its sophisticated composure to
plans for the coming year made, join in a parade and pep meet-
At that time a date will be set ing as a fitting prelude to what
for the annual Alumni Assem- will be a miirhtv crood football
bly, and a program to entertain game between Tennessee and
the various representatives of Carolina.
each class and each local club Reasons
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which wm aii-enu. Tha o-omo riil V,Q
A luncheon at the Carolma home ame of the year. it
Inn will start the meeting, aft- be Coach Bear Woirs formal in-
er which the directors will at- Production to the greater nart of
stend the Tennessee-Carolina th stndpnt hodv? if. will ho ih
Students To Choose football game as guests of the university of North Carolina's
Coed Stylist Today
Polls Will be Open at "Y" For
Dame Fashion Election
Polls will be open all day to
day in the "Y" for each student
to cast his vote for Dame Fash
ion, the leading figure in Alpha
Kappa Gamma's pageant of
styles, to be given October 29
and 30. .
One of the following five girls
will be chosen the outstanding
coed stylist: Elizabeth Keeler,
Virginia Burd, Mrs. Kirby
Smith, Marguerite Morris, and
Eliza Rose., .. ., . .
The shdw Will ie "divided into
two acts, depicting old and mod
ern dress styles. Gowns of 1776,
1860, 1880, 1900, and 1936 will
be reviewed by Dame Fashion.
Both boys and girls will partici
pate in the showing of the styles.
The Betsy Ann Shop of
Chapel Hill is making arrange
ments for securing costumes and
gowns in New York for the
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W""V1U,V'' . most poient attempt to beat a
Secretary Saunders antici- Neyland-coached Tennessee
pates a large attendance. Presi- team somethinjr it's never done.
dent Howard E. Rondthaler, Reasone noughf orth reepepral-
president oi daiem uoiiege, wiii jjg
preside. Officers K. C. deRos-
Alumni Clubs Of Nation To Meet
In Celebration Of University Day
I New York City Group Planning
Dinner -Dance -Following Car- j
x . ; olma-N;. YU.1 Game
Alumni clubs all over the na
tion are planning to hold meet-
Charts in Geology Building Trace inS3 soon. in celebration of the
pai, nf TVnmVnl Sfnrm I4ard university jjay.
Alumni in and around New
hurricane York City are planning a dinner
rnast nf dance and other entertainment
Seeing the recent
charge toward the
North Carolina and veer away to be given at the Hotel Ambas
to skirt the whole Atlantic coast sador October 17, directly fol-
line is made possible by the ser lowing the Carolina-N. Y. U.
ries of weather maps on exhibit game
in the ffeoloev librarv. An information and registra-
The path of the storm is trac- tion booth will be established in
ed on a series of maps which are the same hotel, and students may
issued every day by the XL S.
weather bureau. Beginning on
September 17 each day brings
the hurricane farther out of the
southeast toward Cape Hatteras.
When it is about 100 miles out,
it is deflected slightly and turns
to the northward, coming within
50 miles of Norfolk. The storm
is pushed eastward slightly and
roars up the coast tnarrowly
missing the port cities.
An explanation of the turning
is seen in the high pressure
area which centered in the Lake
Michigan region and , extended
to the eastern edge of the Unit
ed States. The storm was a low
pressure area which would have,
crossed eastern North Carolina,
Virginia and other Atlantic
states had not the "high' stood
guard and bounced it off.
Last year was the first time
that the Tar Heels have defeated
the Vols since 1909.
Plans for the occasion include
a wildly-cheering horde of stu
dents, a torchlight parade, ap
propriate speakers, rousing
cheers led by Hoge Vick and
cpmpany, and last but not least,
the first 1936 appearance of
Rameses, a ram. extraordinary
and a tradition in himself.
mi 3 in i l -e l.
RenrsPTitativAa the TTn? I Ane wm sutrt m irons
versity extension division wm of the Post office at 7:15 tomor-
visit Charlotte tomorrow for the V, ,?I?fe,a UP f
sett, J. G. Ramsay, George
Watts HUl, and H. B. Haywood
along with the board of direc
tors and district directors will
Will Hold Conferences
At Charlotte Soon
purpose of interviewing recent
to the stop light, down Columbia
high school graduates unable to ?ee toCa?e avenue ,and
men to ooutn Duuaincr. wnere
members of the team and coach-
make reservations for the affair
by writing Dr. T.J. Wilson, III,
at 1 Park Avenue, New York
City, or by notifying J. M. Saun
ders in the Alumni office here.
In North Carolina the Greens
boro, Asheville, and Oxford
clubs have almost completed
plans for University Day. Dr.
Archibald Henderson will ad
dress the Greensboro alumni.
New Orleans is also planning
reception for the Carolina
team, alumni, and students Oc
tober 24, after the Tulane game.
The headquarters will be at the
Bienville Hotel, and alumni
from Louisiana, Mississippi,
Alabama, Arkansas, and Texas
will gather there.
nhpr meetings' are being
planned in Georgia, California
and New York. .
ART WORK HERE
Subject Matter Taken
Beginning today and lasting
until October 15, 25 water color
paintings by Stephen Lane,
young American artist, will be
exhibited in Hill Music hall.
His exhibition of water colors
is composed chiefly of subject
matter found in the vicinity of
Baton Rouge and New Orleans.
There are several, however, of
Greensboro subjects. Mr. Lane
is working in Greensboro .at
According to Mrs. Corinne
McNeir, art teacher in the ex
tension division, the artist has
a fresh, spontaneous style of
water color painting that is pe
culiarly suitable to the medium.
Born in 1911 in Poughkeepsie,
N. Y., Lane studied at Cornell,
the Ringling Art school at Sara
sota, Florida, the Art Students'
league of New York, and Louisi
ana State University. Several
years ago he was one of 10 stu
dents selected out of 1,000 from
all parts of the United States to
win a scholarship to the Art Stu
dents' league of New York.
These scholarships are awarded
on the basis of competitive merit
of paintings. "
attend college this vear and
other Drosnective studpnts -wlin
desire to begin or to continue ins staff wiU make their appeai
their collecre studies at homp.
R. M. Grumman, director of Complete plans with informa-
the extension bureau, and Miss tlon aDout sucn things as obtam-
Mary L. Cobb, in charge of the m2 torches will be published to-
bureau of correspondence in- morrow. The University club is
struction, will represent the Uni- attending to the details.
"cSE- . WOMEN STUDENTS
Group and individual confer- mA . Trr 1TT ;Tril
ences with students, will beheld 11) fllAIlL tllAnuJ
from 4 to 6 o'clock in the after
noon and from 7:30 to 9 :30 p. m.
m Central high school. Dr. E.
h. Garinger, principal of the Will Revise Constitution
high school, is co-operating with
University Officials in making
the local arrangements for these
educational guidance interviews.
The extension division plans
To Permit Changes
At a meeting of the Woman's
to hbld similar guidance confer- association yesterday afternoon
ences in several sections of the T was unanimously aecioea inai
state this year, the Charlotte a cnanse e maae m tne organi
meeting being the first of this zation's constitution to the effect
series. tnat town girls be permitted to
elect, their own representative to
"Ram-Tender" For '36
To Be Elected Tonight!
University Club to Decide Who
Shall Escort Rameses
Members of the University
club in their meeting at 7 o'
clock tonight in Graham Memo
rial .will elect a student to the
important position of ram-tender
for the football season of
1936. The winning candidate
will lead Carolina's venerable
mascot, Rameses, in his first
campus appearance tomorrow
night at the Tennessee game
Members of the club who
would like to nominate students
for this position are asked to
bring their candidates to the
meeting in order that all club
members may know the nomi
nees on which they will vote.
Erika Zimmermann was se
lected by this group as their
representative for the year. In
this office, she automatically be
comes chairman of the advisory
committee, which acts as go-be
tween of the students and the
council, handling probations and
By another change in the con
stitution, the Spencer hall resi
dents will be the only ones to
vote in the election of the Shack
president, who is also represent
ative to the council. This elec
tion will be held in the spring
with the general Woman's asso
ciation election of officers.
It was also announced that
Frances Faust will be the coun
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