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THE DAILY TAR HEEL
THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1952
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IjosfyShears Power Pole
Electric power and telephone
service was cut off yesterday
from the southwest corner of
town around Victory Village
when a large semi-trailer truck
sheared a power pole off at the
Hie truck driven by Rez Del
mer Kenyon, Burlington, was cir
cling Jackson circle in the Vil
lage when the accident occurred.
The pole crashed into the porch
of W. M. Geer, 254 Jackson, O.
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structor in social science. Approx
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imately $50 damage was done to
the United Kingdom house
Kenyon told Officer Herman
Stone, who investigated the ac
cident, he was lost. He was de
livering some goods to the J. A.
Jones construction company. No
charge was filed against Kenyon.
Electric power was to be resum
ed last night and telephone ser
vice company officials hoped to
have this service back in opera
tion sometime this morning.
Sixteen students in the School
of Journalism made the Dean's
list for the fall quarter, Dean O. J.
Coffin announced yesterday. A
student must make all A's and
B's to qualify for the Dean's list.
-Those- qualifying were: Frank
J. Allston, Jr., Arlington, Va.;
Paul A. Barwick, Mount Olive:
Thomas W. Burkhead, Jr., Candor;
Sarah K. Chance, Lumberton;
Joan Marion Charles, Sea Girt,
N.J.; Cynthia Lou Davis, Raleigh;
Samuel S. Holmes, Jr., Fernandi
na, Fla.; James F. Hurley. Ill,
Salisbury rtiira F. Judy, Boone;
Betty Ann Kirby, Winston
Salem. Don R. Latta, Greensboro;
Katherine Dian McComb, Ports
mouth, Va.; Nick John Miller and
Margaret C. Stewart, both of
Charlotte; James Richard O'Con
nor, New York, N. Y.; and Beverly
S. Warner, Roanoke, Va.
Air Force Plans
The AFItOTC- has announced
plans to bring another newspaper
on the campus beginning the
first week in February.
Lt. Colonel Moorhead, com
mander of the unit here, said
the paper will "appempt to es
tablish a better understanding
of the unit and its purpose both
to cadet members and tho-general
public.'' - -
The paper will consist .of nno
long mimeographed sheet with
articles on both sides. It will be
issued monthly at first, but plans
are to issue it bi - monthly soon.
cadet Sgt. John McKey, a
junior from Putney, Vt., has been
appointed editor. As yet an asso
ciate editor has not been ap
pointed. Each year a risine sonhn.
more who is training to be a
puoiic information ofTicer will
probably take over the editor-
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Scholarships At Oslo
ow Being Of feted
The University of Oslo will
hold its sixth summer school
session from June 21 until August
2 for American and Canadian
students who have completed
their freshman year in an ac
credited college or university.
The Oslo Committee has an
nounced open competition for a
limited number of Ralph Bunche
awards. These awards will range
from $115 to $255 arid are open
to those interested in Norway's
The Norwegian American Line
all-expense-scholarship will be
given to an American whose main
interest lies in the field of econo
For a catalogue of courses and
other information write the Oslo
Summer School Program, St.
Olaf College, Northfield, Minn.
Women's Glee Club
The Women's Glee Club is now
meeting at 4:30 every Tuesday
and Thursday, under the direction
of William Whitesides. There are
two appearances already sche
duled for the glee club this
quarter and plans are being
made for other activities.
3 DAYS ONLY THUR.
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& Country, Mr Step, Campus Casuals,
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Values to $10.95 Values to $17.95
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ON THESE FINE FALL & WINTER SHOES w hIvp
ONLY THREE DAYS TO DISPOSE OF 746 PAIRS OF SHOES
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The Card Board will meet to
night at 7o'clock in Roland Parker
lounge one. New members will
be taken in at this time ,
The Young Pascalians will meet
today at 4:30 p.m. in the Episco
pal Parish house. Dr. William H.
Foteat, philosophy department,
will lead the discussion
The Spanish Club meets - to
night for' summer in Aggie's at
6 o'clock. Those wishing to : con
verse in Spanish are invited.
Conner dormitory, formerly
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JANUARY 17, 13 &
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dorm, will socialize tomorrow
night at a party at S o'clock;
There will be dancing, a floor
show and refreshments. All coeds
are invited, according to Ed
Campus Vespers will be held
Thursday night at 7:00 in Girard
Kail for all students. Ann Miller
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