TUESDAY, .' NUATtY 22, 1952 THE. DAILY TAR HEEL PAGE TifP..r: Apis 11 Here are the names of 20.1 stu dents who macie the Dean's Hist in the College of Arts and Sciences. That means they took a minimum' of 15 quarter hours of work and received grades of B or higher. The list: Derith L. -Alexander, Chapel Hill; Mary Frances Allen, States ville Albert L. Allred, Mount Airy; Kenneth C. Anderson, Dur ham; Jean Andrews, Cumberland, Md.; Joseph A. Arnold, Atlanta, Ga.; Douglas W. Ayres, White Sulphur. Springs, W. Va. . John R. Baggett, Lillington; Mary A. Ballew, Denton; Myron C. . Banks, Raleigh; Claude A. Barnhill, Stokes; Anna M. Beeson, Greensboro; James A. Bell, Greensboro; Baverly A. Blair , Winston-Salem; Ruff in W. Blay lock, Apex; Gabriel Boney, Jr., Wallace; Saralyn S. Bonowitz, San Mateo, Calif.; William C. Bostic, Forest City; Robert L. 'Bowman, Walnut Cove; George W. Brain, Tompkins Cove, N. Y.; Zeb C. Brinson, Tarboro; Ada A. Brown, Chaper Hill; Robert B. Brown, Wilmington; Helen C. Brundage, Try on; Carma L. Burton, Reids ville; Claude Burton, Reidsville; Desiree V. Blirton, Bristol, .Va.; Robert E. Calvin, Ravenna, Ohio; Heath H. Carriker, Ellerme; Abel : P. Cars well, Durham; Williard O. Carter, Kannapolis; Rosemary Cartmel, San- Francisco, Calif.; Lessie M. Casey, Chapel Hill; Thomas E. Castelloe, Winterville; John Cazin, Wellsburg, West Va.; Beverley J. Chalk, Greensboro; Patricia C. Claflin, Mount Dora, Fla.; Robert H. Clampitt, St. Pet ersburg, Fla.? Lee A. Clark, Ev eretts; Robert W. Clinard, Winston-Salem; Margaret A. Coggins, Atlanta, Ga.; Arthur R. Cogswell, Jacksonville, Fla.; Hugh H. Cole, Chapel Hill; Harold D. Cranford, Chapel Hill; Charles W. Crone, Goldsboro; Daniel W. Davis, An drews; John Denham, Washing ton, D. C; Joyce E. Dickman, Paris Island, S.f C; Thomas K Duval, Jacksonville, Fla.; Arthur .T F.npan- Portsmouth. Va.: Mar- gharretta Eldridge, Newport, R. I.; Robert N. Ellington, Burlington; Joan Erskine, Selma, Ala.; Mar garet I. Ervin, Morganton; Joyce A. Evans. Harrells ville: Vernon L. Fairey, Columbia, S. C; Fran ces N. Ferguson, Chapel Hill. ' Barry S. Fine, Chapel Hill; Henry C. Fisher, Asheville; Char W Fowler. Greensboro: Theo dore G. Frankel, Atlanta, Ga Barbara L. Fyne, Raleigh; Jose- phine W. Gaither, Charlotte; . James W. Gardner, Washington, Ohio: Farlie A. Garner, Chapel ' Hill; Chovine R.. Gordon, Day tana Beach, Fla.; Anne W. Gowen, St. Simon's Island, Ga.; Joseph J. Gray Wilmington; Nancy R. r.hnl Hill! Elizabeth L. Gregg, Asheville; George M. Grif fin, Chapel Hill; James E. Griffin, Marshville ; Junius S. Grimes, Thomasville; Sarah T. Guerry, Norfolk, Va.; John M. Guilbert, Tryon; Stephen T. Gupton, Rocky Mount; Andrew J. Hamm, Chapel Tlill; Judson Hardy, Jr., Silver Spring, Md.; William R. Harris, Henderson; . Donna M. Hauck, Aberdeen, S. D.; John L. Hazel- hurst, Henderson; Elizabeth H. Heath, Chapel Hill; Theodore A. Heers, Marion; Dennis W. Hock aday, Durham; Robert P. Holmes, Mt. Olive ; . William C.C Holton, Chevy .Chase, Md.; William M. Hooke, Greensboro; Hamilton C. Horton, Winston-Salem; James A. House, Hobgood; Mary G. Houser, Cherry ville. Joseph G. Howe, Henderson ville; C. A.. Hull, Cherry ville; James K. Hur locker, Kannapolis; Edwin W. Hurst, Rockingham; Henry G. Hutaff, Dunn; David K.. Jackson, High Point; William S. James, Chatham, ' Va.; Bobby G. Johnson, Siler City; Henry C. Johnson, Roanoke, Va.; Paula R. Jones, Flat River, Mo.; Brenda S. Katz, Atlanta, Ga.; Thomas M. Keating, Asheville; Lee B. Ken- nett, Raleigh; Ray L. Kisiah, Char lotte; Peter K. Kloeppel, Charles ton, S. - C. ; Margaret M. Kuhn, New York,N. Y.; Louise M. La mont, Chapel "Hill; Ann E. Lat- imore, Lookout Mt., Tenn.; James C. Lester, Roanoke, Va.; Patricia L. Lester, North St. Petersburg, Fla.; James B. Linder, Greens boro; Wm. H. Lloyd, Hillsboro; John A. Lowdcr, Lincolnton; Fred M: Lurie, Belmont, Mass.; Wil liam N. McCord, Washington, D. C; Robert L., McDaniel, Fayette ville; Nathaniel F. Magruder, Sarasota, Fla.; Frederick Maner, Savannah, Ga.; Vernon P. Man gum, Hamlet; Mary E. Marcho, Concord; Donald M. Mendel, At lanta, Ga. John N. Mickle, Winston-Salem; Anne C. MillerAlbany, Ga.; (See DEAN'S LIST, Page 7) Rent Buy Brouse at the BULL'S HEAD BOOKSHOP William Rose Benei: THE READER'S ENCYCLOPEDIA YOU HAVENT LIVED UNTIL YOtJ HAVE DINED AT THE CURVIN i I Tremendous BROILER to broil tempting steaks the way you order them . . . Delicious salad baked potato . . . hot buttered peas . . . out of this world rolls ALL THIS and CURVIN experienced coffee maker MORE Daily at the RESTAURANT (Curve Inn) . : ; " ' ? y " 1 p 3 t ....... . .. j- .-f y-y-vv"j Jr fs?' 1 ......... .-7'Jw.v.rrw Chicago College of .OPTOMETRY 1 (nationally Accredited) . An outstanding college serv int a snlendid profession. 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