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THE DAILY TAR HEEL
Vine Room r
To Be Open
The Pine Room of Renoir Hall
will remain open on Saturday and
5unday beginning this week. ?
The Pine Room has previously
been open from 11 a.m: until rnid
night Monday through Friday and
from 5 p.m. until midnight on
Sunday. Oh the new schedule the
same week day hours will con
tinue while Saturday hours are !
11 a.m. until 10 p.m. and Sunday
hours are 11 a.m. until midnight.
Hours observed by the cafeteria
this quarter are:
Breakfast, 7 a.m. until 11 a.m.,
Monday through Friday with a
coffee line open until 11:15. On
Saturday, breakfastjs served after
7:30 a.m. and on Sunday afer 3:30. !
One line will remain open on both
days until 11 a.m. with coffee un
Lunch will be served in the
main room from 1 1 :30 until 2
p.m. all week with the North
Room being open from 11:45. un
til 1:15 Monday , through Friday.
Dinner hours will be 5 p.m. un
til 7:15 p.m. in the main room
and through the rush hours in
the North Room.
(Continued from page 6)
the marriage of Alpha Gam Bet
ty Ann Pullen to Phi Kappa Sig
ma Al Harrison of Spencer. They
are living in Chapel Hill on
Pinnings from the Phi Kappa
Sig house number four. Brough
ton Correll of Winston-Salem is
pinned to Glenda'Howe of Gas-
Rhoda M. Hunter
Weds Earl Wy nn
Miss Rhoda M. Hunter of
Chapel Hill, assistant professor
in the University Radio Depart
ment, was married to Earl
Wynn!head of the radio depart
ment and Director of the Com
munications Center, on Decem
: The ceremony was performed
in the Chapel Hill Presbyterian
church with the Rev.' Charles M.
Jones, pastor, officiating. . The
brids, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer C. Hunter of Pittsburgh,
Pa., was given in marriage by
her father. "
Mrs; Wynn is a graduate of
State Teachers College, Indiana,
the University of Pennsylvania,
and the University of North
Carolina, - -I
. Mr, Wynn was graduated
from Augustana College and
W.C. Hood van den Arend and
Virginia Smith of Philadelphia
are pinned, Virginia is a fresh
man at Penn. State. Philadelphi
ans Mike Hogan and Helen Mal
ley are pinned.
Phi Delt Chi Grady Thomas of
Sanford and Juanita Childers of
Louisberg are pinned.
Four coeds are listed in the so
cial whirl for other reasons. Mak
ing their debuts over the holidays
were ADPi pledge Julia Robert
son, of Greenville, S. C, Pi Phi
Betty Jean Schoeppe, Kappa Del
ta pledge Alice Jane Hinds and
Helen Gustafson of St. Peters
Familiar Tar Heel tracks of the
week are being made by Big Ber
tonia. Glenda is a- freshman at
W.C. Jim Alspaugh of Greensboro
is pinned to Sonny Angstadt of
Charlotte. Sonny is a student at
tha's ever lovin blue eyed boy
Middies WILL Hold 'Navy Ball'
A "Navy Ball" in the tradition
of Navy V-12 dances which were
the top dance events during
World War II will be held Satur
day night, January 19, from 9
Midshipmen and their dates
will dance to the music of Bill
Byers and the Duke Cavaliers
on the main deck while a
caberet-style smack bar with
tables and chairs in classrooms
will provide some "shore atmos
phere," chairman Dick Kenne
Ref reshmsnts will be served on
the main deck at intermission.
Kennebrew, pointed out this
dance is not a Naval-Air ROTC
dance. The combined dance will
be held during the spring quarter.
Permission for late coed hours has
been asked for.
friend Jim Mills, of .'51 Yackety
Yack fame. Object of his affec
tions is Madame Editor Sue Lind
say. . - " ' ' - ,,
Last Friday the ADPi's were
guests- of the Phi Kappa Sigs for
dinner at the chapter house and
a party at the Carolina Club. Spe
cial feature of the evening was1 a
performance by the Hillbilly
Band of Durham. Phi Kap pledge
Wyatt Dixon is a member of the
quintet, which includes Guy
Fornes and Ronald Brunson, of
Duke, Vernon Suitt of Carolina,
and Ace Noell of Durham. Indi
vidual place cards bearing the
fortune of each girl were given
as favors. :c
The Lairfbda Chis will have an
informal party for members arid
dates at the chapter house tomor
The Phi Gams will be guests of
the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority
at Duke's college on Sunday af
ternoon. Tomorrow night Phi
Gams and dates will party at the
Thursday night the Pi Phis will
be guests of the Phi Delts for din
I ner at . the chapter house and a
! party at the Club Sirloin
. ' On-Sunday afternoon the Kap
pa Deltas and Stray-Greeks will
entertain the campus fraternities
for coffee hour at the KD house.
. Tomorrow morning Tri-Delts
and their dates will start a day of
post-pledge dance festivities with
brunch at the chapter house. To
morrow afternoon from 5:30 un
til 7 o'clock, Dr. and Mrs. D. M.
Hill will entertain the Deltas and
their dates with a cocktail party
at their home in Raleigh. Follow
ing the party they will have din
ner at Johnny's Restaurant in Ra
That's all for now, but don't
forget to give and give geneious
ly whep the PiKAs call for your
March of Dimes contributions
HOME IS WHERE
THE BUCK IS
Who Did You Say Is.
a Boy's Best Friend?
Once thi-e was a
sophomore whose fa
ther had a bad habit
of saying "No." . Ve
larly about money.
Ask him the Big
Question and his
jowls would : turn a
fetching shade of vermilion.
So Junior, his need needled by
three days of living on Pup-O-Nip
(liver-flavor) sandwiches, cast about
for a new approach. Found it, too,
right at the Western Union ffietf.
He just sat down and worked out a
wire to Negative Polarity Pappy. A
brisk little wheeze ... to wit: "Must
have twenty dollars immediately. Ur
gent. Please flash by telegraphic
money order." Results? Our soph
omore was caressing the cash within
What's Junior's major? Psychol
ogy, of course.
It's darned good psychology to wire
home at other times than just when
you need help and comfort. For holi
day greetings Mother's Day good
news about grades things that would
make Home Happier. Try it next
time. Just head for your local West
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CONFERENCE IN THE CLOUDS
Among the undergraduates on any college campus, you'll find
the talk reaching up to the clouds. And once in a while - in a class
room, around a study table, or even in a hull session - a really big
idea is born.- . .
Big ideas come, too, from the men and women in laboratories,
business offices, sloops. But often these professionals are exploring
a path first glimpsed in college. h
How do we know? Because of the many college people wb?
have come into the Bell System, where big ideas and a lot of dreams
have taken their place in progress. The human voice, carried along
a wire, first "cross a town, then a state, a nation, and now the world.
Music and pictures and things happening delivered into cities and
hamlets all $cross the land by radio apd televisiori rnetwork. .
Were Always looking for the men and women who get big
ideas -whejher they're about people,; or machines,: or ways of doinjg
things. : Its the only way the Bell System can keep on giving this
country the best telephone service in the world.
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