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f AGE EIGH'J.
Burns Chamblers will speak on
the American Friends Service
committees, program to meet to
days needs at a luncheon meet
ing today at one o'clock at the
Persons desiring to attend the
luncheon meeting should contact
I ITS: E YE N FUN TO B U Y
AT TH E I N TIM ATE BOO ICS H OP
O NO LONG LINES WASTE
At the Intimate Bookshop, the"
liveliest gang on the campus
keeps on the jump to get yotfr
texts in record time.
Nobody shoves you around at
the Intimate Bookshop. Some
how customers and crew man
age to have a wonderful time
on text-book day.
.. . - 1- T" - X ..j
vrsu bAVE YOU MONEY
At the Intimate Bookshop you
will find more used books than
anywhere. Titles other folks
will tell you must be bought
new await you on our used
"ook shelves. And we always
shoot square on prices.
AND BUY YOU A CUP
As usual, we'll have tickets
good for a cup of coffee or an
ice cream cone for all comers
on text, book day.
.AN INDEPENDENT BOOKSHOP IS YOUR BEST
FRIEND ON THE CAMPUS
THE INTIMATE BOOKSHOP
205 E. Franklin St. Open Till 9 p.m.
Make a New Year's Resolution now
to drive up to REEVE'S Service Sta
tion for that important mid-winter
check-up! Check this list:
Anti-Freeze still right? y
Do tires have adequate road grip?
Wheels properly aligned?
Brakes properly adjusted? -
PICK-UP .SERVICE GULFLEX LUBRICATION
GOOD GULF PRODUCTS
W. Franklin St;
tht YMCA before Id- o'clock today '
to make reservations.
v Chamblers has served as a staff
member of the American Friends
Service committee since 1947. He
is a graduate of Yale, a congrega
tional minister and former chap
Ian of Smith College. ' -.
Used Texts You Won't
Chiles: Intermediate Ger
man Readings , v
Harper and Thompson: Gov
ernment of the Soviet
Union ' ' -
L o c k 1 i n Economics of
Baker: Introduction -to As
After thoroughly combing
the market, we can make
the best possible offer on
the following dropped texts.
Jucius: Personnel Manage
ment, IJjev. Ed.
Van Metre: Transportation
in the U. S., 2nd Ed.
Granville, Smith and Long
- ley: Calculus
To all our
AND HAPPY NEW YEAR!
xxxifi DAILY, TAR HE
Continued from page V)
come the hunted. We have a men
tal picture: coeds waiting for men
outside of classes, coeds tavinf
for beer, flicks, etc., coeds picking
up their dates and returning them
to their doors, and above all, coeds
dating freshmen. :. : c
As the ratio continues to de
crease, the coeds might complete
ly ignore the rnasculiiie population
and take over the "University.
Again a mental picture : coeds fi
nessing all dates, coeds in all of
fices, coeds in the ROTC, a coed
football team brings Carolina a
victorious season. ,
Tales are told, deep in the re
cesses of Mclver ' and . Spencer of
days long gone when a coed was
asked for a date in November.
call me spring quarter," she said
over her shoulder as she drove
off in a convertible with four
boys, "I'm kinda busy right now."
And tl;e girls stil whisper about
the queen who got confused and
accepted two dates for Germans.
Gallantly the boys flipped a coin
to see who would escort her. While
they were deciding, the coed went
off with another boy. (The de
serted dates fought a deadly cap
pistol duel behind Carr.) A senior
still tells of her arrival-at UNC.
Her student advisor solicit! oij si v
I asked .f-'-f. ,J: --jr.s
tr.lA -when her bulletin board 1
would - arrive. When asked why
she said in amazement, "Why,
honey, you'll need something to
display your fraternity pins on."
But the situation is not hope
less. Through the gloom of date
less days ahead light still pre
vails. As an unidentified coed la
conically said, "Who cares about
8 to 1? Where are my four?"
DEPENDABLE WRECKER v SERVICE
24 HOURS a day, Poe Motor Company,
day phone 6581, night phone 2-3441.
- (Chg. lxl)
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NEW FIVE (5) ROOM HOUSE, UN
FURNISHED upstairs, central heat,
fireplace, insulated, weather stripped,
large lot on paved street. Call 2-5706
Harley Davidson Motorcycle Excellent
condition. Must sell. T-2 Raleigh Apart
ments. Phone 6116, Raleigh, N. C.
MODERN 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED
Apartment with private bath. Apply at
309 Ransom St., side entrance
A new show, ; "Superstition or
Science," opened in the Morehead
This demonstration "conveys
the true causes of many astrono
mical occurrences and the accept
ed patterns of others by means of
special effects, logic and the great
Zeiss Planetarium instrument,
according to Planetarium Manag
er A. F. Jenzano. "Superstitions,
born and nourished by the ignor
ance of the Ancients, have been
carried over into our time and
hold sway over many . otherwise
intelligent persons who have al
lowed themselves to become men
tally lax in this respect," he said.
Possibly the most prominent
target of superstition is the moon
in its various phases, Jenzano
continued. To demonstrate these
phases, how and why they occur
and recur periodically, the in-
strument is operated at a greatly
reduced rate of annular motion
for the first time since its erection
hpro nf fVQT-M Ti;n U t: j
ffctie 'Fianetanum technicians have
riie-ori mo-ms a
devised a means to accomplish
this extra-slow motion for this
Vsvid WEN X
THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1952
Conviction of six University
students in Chapel Hill Record
er's Court during the recent
Christmas vacation for sidewalk
parking in front of fraternity
court will probably discourage
other students from doing so in
the future, Judge William S. Ste
wart said yesterday.
The six wh were brought be
fore Judge Stewart and taxed
costs of court were Jonathan Lee
Peeler , of Durham, Frederick E.
Hafer of Hickory, William D.
Smith of Bethel, Katherine S.
Thorpe of Macon, Ga., Lyn Bond
Jr. of Tarboro and Joseph Allen
Adams of Norfolk, Va.
Happy Nov Year
and for fine foods stop
at Michael's Grill. We
serve from 7:00 a.m., to mid
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