f i ! i i St! IP PAGE FOUR Thousands Of US $- Russian Forces 'Steamrolling' Nazi Invaders WITH AEF IN NORTH IRE LAND, May 18 (UP) Thous ands upon thousands of United States troops equipped with tanks, heavy guns, and other in vasion materia, have landed in north Ireland from the largest convoy of the war which crossed the Atlantic without the loss of a ship despite sporadic enemy at tacks, it was revealed today. MOSCOW, . May 18 (UP) Rein forced German tank corps have counter-attacked in several sectors of the Kharkov front, but the Russian as sault army estimated at 1,000,000 men is steamrolling over all resistance and advancing everywhere, a Soviet com munique reported today. HONOLULU, May 18 (UP) The volcano Maunaloa, largest in the world, exploded in great pillars of flame on April 26 and continued in eruption for the next two weeks, it was possible to disclose heie today. The information had previously been withheld for military reasons. LONDON, May 18 (UP) RAF planes pounced on the German cruiser Prin'z Eugen last night 'while it was trying to slip back to Germany and in' a blazing air and sea battle over the southern tip of Norway sent two and possibly more torpedoes into its bat tered hull, wreathing it in flames and smoke, the air ministry announced tonight. CHUNGKING, May 18 (UP) Chinese troops have completely des troyed a Japanese mobile column north of the Burma road some 40 miles inside Yunnan province and are battling other invader columns to a standstill, both on the road and in the Mekong river jungle at the border of Burma and French Indo-China, it was reported here today. LONDON, May 18 (UP) RAF planes meeting little or no resistance from the Germans, made a series of sweeps over northern France and the channel today, battering German oc cupational bases along the coastal area and leaving a small enemy vessel sink ing, the air ministry announced to night. WASHINGTON, May 18 (UP) Construction of pipelines and exten sive use of inland waterways by barg es "will be looked into at once" as the best way of relieving the petroleum shortage along the east coast, govern ment leaders said today after a con ference with President Roosevelt. TRACK (Continued from page three) overlooked this week. The sophs boast several good distance men Frank Hardy, Art Truxes, and Tom Jewett as well as hurdler Bob Banks. The frosh have high jumpers Bud Auten, Bill McKenzie, Bill Gaither and a host of others including Buddy Grinstead, Marvin Fairchild and Daryll Webb. If the meet is held, it will be run off in two days, with half the events T)eing held Wednesday and the second part taking place Thursday. Anyone who believes that he may be able to compete with the varsity members is also welcome to enter the meet. PLAYOFFS v (Continued from page three) two fraternity battles on Wednesday, one dorm game on Thursday, and the finals in both races on Friday. The fraternity clubs drew co-ed field No. 1 as the diamond on which all their games will be played, while all dormitory contests will be played on Diamond No. 2. CLASSIFIED 50c each insertion. All Jadvertise ments must be paid for in advance and the ad must be turned in at the Tar Heel Business Office by 4 o'clock the day before publication. .x . . LOST Beta Theta. Pi fraternity pin Sunday afternoon. Will finder please notify Ed Early at 216 II dormitory or at the Beta House. Reward. . LOST One pair of light shell-rimmed glasses Friday night between down town and Fraternity Court. Finder " please return to YMCA office or to - Pete Beaudry, Sigma Nu House. Reward. Job Possibilities Announced by Perry Two job possibilities for Carolina students were announced yesterday by W. D. Perry, head of the bureau of vocational and military information. Positions are open for students in terested in teaching the deaf and the available job opportunities may be se cured from Perry in 207 South. There is also a summer night clerk job available at the Anchorage Inn, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Perry stated. Murphy to Represent UNC at Centennial Dr. William Alexander Murphy, Staunton, Virginia physician, will represent the University at the Mary Baldwin College centennial on June 5-8, according to announcement made today by Dean R. B. House. . Dr. Murphy was graduated here in 1901. MTRAMURALS (Continued from page three) No. 2. Mordecai struck out seven Phi Gam batsmen and held them to three hits. The Zetes had two .runs in the first and then scored in every remain ing inning but the second. Jim Thorp, Billy Peete, and Sam Mordecai shared hitting honors for the winners. Dill Pitches Shutout Tom Dill, who has pitched one no hitter this season, finished" his season in successful fashion with a shutout win over Sigma Nu No. 2, also by a 10-0 score. The losers reached Dill for only four blows. Cam Rodman, Deke shortstop, led at bat with a triple, a single, and a home run in four times at bat. Stacy No. 2 turned in a 4-2 upset win over Med School No. 1. Stacy outhit the Med School squad 9-7 and played good ball afield for the win. Archie Goodwin paced the Stacy batters by getting three singles in four times at bat. Law School Beats Lewis Law School clinched a position in the play-offs by taking a 10-3 win from Lewis No. 1. Collecting only seven hits, Law School took full advantage of nine costly Lewis errors, grabbing a 9-2 lead at the end of the second and coast ing to victory. Lindsay of the losers and Rodman of the winners shared hit ting honors with two for two. Manly Co-op took a wild 14-7 win from Old West. Poole and McClary of Manly and Long and Owens of Old West all had home runs. - Pi Lambda Phi took another free scoring victory, triumphing over Lambda Chi Alpha by an 18-10 score. The Lambda Chis went scoreless for ACROSS 1 Mechanical man 6 Type of hat 9 Kind of fruit (pi.) 14 Over 15 Beverage 16 Near kidneys 17 Flat tablelands 1 &-Ballet dancer 20 Superlative ending 21 Chinese pagoda 23 Bodies of water 24 Permit 25 Forfeit to crown 28 Entrances 30 U. 8. coin 32 River In England 33 Kimono scarf 35 Shouts - 37 Non-conformist 41 Behind 43 Large quantities 45 Venture 46 Belief 48 Grin 50 Boy 51 Constellation 53 Kettledrum 55 School 59 Expressing emotion 62 Sun 63 Quarrel n . 65 Symbol for stannom 66 Juice 67 Transfer from ship to ship , 70 Basket fiber 1 72 Ghostly 73 Unit . 74 Pester ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE lgAPjftEt IS R OM A RE.2El.MlS 1 rTe a,de R S M APnTJL I PtoTjLOy .iHn S O i- I PL ' 5 5 j er 3 me nOac Jar C g E T EnEN R A. 6MJ sdseII 2j e r olz IT P L e R S JS T K 1 1 T H G E ST K RJT Ifc ME A I odd Idem R srH a r r r o lEGus p QM s I 1 R I TQAPSLjy Th-CROS K A R T I S 1g P I LIED SHEE HIT wSE DEg- 75 Inclined walks 76 Kiln for hops 77 Relieves DOWN 1 Framed on ship stocks 2 Fat 3 New Englander 4 EKKS 5 State of leaving will I 12. 3 I4 I? I f 17 10 I 19 o III 111.' 3 ZZZWJL WZZZWLZZ s Ib 17 30 31 IX 55 5b 57 58 feo 61 ZWLZZlWZWLZZ 73 7H pitfr, x Cnifel rw Ih DaUij Troops, Tanks, Guns Arrive Army Reserve On Deferred Service More Qualified Students Stay Inactive Voluntary enlistment in the Army Enlisted Reserve Corps has been placed on a deferred service basis for college stu dents, it was announced by Dr. W. D. Perry, director of the Bu reau of vocational and military information, following official release from the War Department. Enabling students of superior quali fications to remain in inactive status in order to continue their education, the new plan parallels similar pro grams announced by the Navy and the Army Air Forces. Details of enlistment and types of service will be released in the near future, Perry indicated. The Army and Navy attitude in cre ating the new program was stated as "imperative to the success of the war effort that there continue to flow not merely into industry but also into the armed forces numbers of men having the requisite educational background for rapid assimilation into certain increasingly important and increas ingly technical fields of industrial and military service." The Army and Navy will enlist a substantial number of men in the ap propriate enlisted reserve corps, and under present conditions will leave them on an inactive status to continue their education, subject to immediate call of the Secretary of War or the Secretary of the Navy, if the emer gency requires it. Appropriate examinations will be given in the second year of college to all enlisted men, and enlistees who do not meet the required educational standard "or who otherwise are not deemed to be carrying on their edu cation with promise of developing ca pacities of leadership," will be called to active duty at once, it was stated. four innings and then got ten tallies during the last three frames. Pi Lamb da Phi built up an early lead and in creased it with six runs in the last frame. Greatstone and Lees homered for the winners, while Ellis knocked a last inning homer for. the losers. FOR VICTORY BUY BONDS 6 Label 7 Exclamation of sorrow 8 Mix-up 9 Priest 10 Ever (con't) 11 Old-womanish 12 Hindu queen 13 Laths 19 Come ashore 22 Liquid measure 26 Prefix: two 27 Obliterates 29 Tall grass 31 South American mammal 33 Scrap 34 Sewing party 36 Strike 38 Ancient stone throwers 39 Epoch 40 Guided 42 Peruse 44 Bangs 47 Locks of hair 49 Hard rubber 62 Amperes (abbr.l 64 Toward 65 Flower 66 Chosen 67 Frighten 58 Vicious man 60 Walts 61 Dueling swords 64 Containers 68 Bite 69 Favorite 71 Suggesting overwhelming flood tjvfaf, Xm. qar od Bill US' .-v"-V. Walt Disney Proda. STOKOWSKI DIRECTS! Leopold Stokowski, noted conductor, was caught by the photographer in this expressive pose as he directed the 103 piece Philadelphia Orchestra in rehearsal for Walt Disney's newest full length masterpiece, "Fantasia." The feature film presents startling in terpretations of famed musical classics in the Disney manner. Pretty Miss Masengill Wins Sound And Fury Loving Cup Attractive Mary Lib Masengill, junior from Johnson City, Tennessee, was Sat urday night awarded the annual Sound and Fury loving cup given to the most beautiful girl attending the Junior-Senior dances. ; The presentation was made just Red Norvo and his orchestra by Ben Miss Masengill was chosen by mem - bers of the Sound and Fury executive committee, composed of Shelley Coons, producer, Artie Fischer, vice-president, ! Joe Leslie, business manager and Ben Hall, president. She is president of Pan-Hellenic council and appeared in the May day celebration "Carolina Meets the Challenge" in the queen's Anrt SVip nl;n fnnlr nart in f c Srmnrl V b'V IW V k U V AAA rA A A and Furv staere show Saturdav after noon, being Varga's June bride girl. Truman Hobbs, student body prexy, escorted Miss Masengill to the formal Saturday night. The award, made for the first time last spring by ex-president Carroll Mc Gaughey, has already become an es tablished campus tradition. Basis for the presentation is beauty, personality, and Carolina spirit. Last year the cup was won by lovely Huldah Warren of New York. MEYER (Continued from first page) N. C, was elected, on an Independent ticket as editor of Tar an' Feathers, also recently abolished. A transfer from Presbyterian Junior college, Mc Kinnon works in the News Bureau as a self-help student. At Presbyterian he was on the tennis team, a member of the literary club, and correspondent for the Charlotte Observer. At Car olina, McKinnon started working for T&F and also for the Daily Tar Heel, writing features and a column, "On Bended Knee." Learning of the results, McKinnon said, "Sylvan is capable of putting out a magazine which will be very popular with the student body I will work as hard as possible in my capacity as humor editor to help pub lish a good magazine." Any student interested is requested to turn in suggestions for the name of the new magazine to Meyer, who will give them to the PU Board. The Board will then select the one they think best suited for the new mag. The position of literary editor of the new magazine is still, open. Any student desiring to apply for the post is asked to turn in a short written application to Meyer, it was an nounced yesterday. SALE!! Ladies Dresses and Slack Suits HERMAN'S imewi rui Basis r " - i: before intermission at the bandstand of Hall, president of Sound and Fury. $ : SOPH DAY (Continued from first page) played strictly according to softball rules but with a footba'il being used instead of the regular ball, a three cornered horseshoe game in which there will -be three targets instead of the regulation one,' and some soph coed activities yet to be decided upon. At the "Pajama Promenade" climax ing the day's activities Friday night, Hurst Hatch and his popular campus orchestra will provide the music. Each sophomore will be given a number as he enters the dance and numerous lucky numbers will be drawn with a theater ticket as the prize each time, Palmer stated. The committee for the festivities consisting of J. G. Carden, chairman, Grady Morgan, Sylvan Shapiro, Ray Jordan, Sam Cox, Turk Newsome, and Ed Koppola will meet tonight at 9 o'clock in the smail lounge of Graham Memorial to work out final details for the gala day of entertainment, Palmer announced. Bids to the dance will be given out later this week, he said. SEE IT NOV at our Direct from a year on Broadway at $2.20 Verges run in cUjta!Sdaa nkturo khfoM . i3p , DistributtJ hj RKO RADIO SPECIAL ATTRACTION FURTHER PROPHECIES OF NOSTRADAMUS' it SU1 TUESDAY MAY 19, 1942 In' Irelan Women's Glee Club Woman's Glee club meeting wi!l b held today at 5 o'clock so that new officers can be elected. No Debate Meeting "There will be no debate council meeting tonight," Gecil Hill, council chairman announced yesterday. KATTSOFF (Continued from first page) there was a difference between mathe matics, the natural science, and phys ics for Nordics and the rest of tke races. In conclusion, Professor Kattsoff stressed the . point that the warfare between National Socialist ideas and free science has begun in earnest and it will not cease even after Nazism is wiped out. This Nazi theology of state will, limit the freedom of science, unless we apply rational, scientific thinking to the problems facing us now and those to face us after the war. CAROLINA THURSDAY-FRIDAY Pick Theatre NOW PLAYING also Cartoon-Novelty REGULAfCPRlCESl i i Comical fry ing Ponies! TODAY AND WEDNESDAY at II mm 1111 iiiijiiijiiiHiJiwagwytaww- ? JW - " Tf 4. t 3 i'tS-f kit 1 t I

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