TUESDAY, JANUARY. 22, 1C52 S SIX THE DAILY TAR HEEL Iw v.- r - 4 iJ-A;1 " "4 -.-Aw ..I ml T-i T i 3 it: ni.:,. l S Tnt Vmive at niartia overv finv "Jn Tfenan Stadium for lllS COXXliziCT Powder Puff game on February 1C The Pi Phi sponsored contest Is being played here for the first time although other chapters, throughout the nation hare made the event an annual affair. Carmen llahnx, ixansf er student from Florida State has been largely responsible for the adoption of the game here. The proceeds from the game between the Pi Phis and the Tri-Delts will be donated to the Orange County Infantile Paralysis fund. Running plays above are (L-R) Pi Phis Sara Rose, Joan Steiber. Babs Wooten, Sue Ambler, Carmen Nahm. and Jane Berrvhill is the liackfield position. "Coaches" Andy Miketa and Skeet Hesmer, backf ield coaches, and Dalton Ruff in, line coach, are helping the girls with their game. Photo courtesjr Durhara Morning Herld ..: -Talent- Show Amateurs are needed for a talent show to be given by Graham Memorial. The show dale has not been sei. All students interested should contact the main office in GM, "phone 988 ! HOW MORAL CAH A VICTORY GET? OR Don't Put AH Your Goose Eggs in One Basket A college basketball team once had plenty of nothing. It was so bad. that even the coach hadn't gone to a game all season. Couldn't stand to watch his job collapse. So the team careened through its sched ule and hit the road for the big game, the season's windap. Due to lose by over forty-five points, the experts said. . But somebody back on campus had a brainstorm and started a notion. Tele grams, to be exact. Just before game time, the team got more telegrams than you could shake a referee at. Group tele grams from fraternities and sororities, personal telegrams from Prexy and th Dean of Women hundreds of telegrams, all saying "We're behind you, team!" And by golly, the boys pulled themselves together and went out and lost by only t wenty-eight points, instead of forty-five. The moral is plain. The more you en courage guys, the better they work or play. Giving anyone a hand by telegrams does wonders-for gratitude and coopera tionwhether it's ash' from home yoa want or a date or just to send a thought ful message someone on any special occasion. Just call Western Union, or head for your local Western Union office. Di Will Talk On Chinese In Session The controversial subject, of unlimited warfare against the Chinase communist forces will again b2 aired on the floor of the Dialectic Senate tonight at 8 o'clock in New West building. Tonight will mark the third appearance of the bill on the Senate floor. The first two times the bill met defeat on either moral or ethical grounds, or practical reasons. The bill asks for several changes in policy, including the non-recognition of now-existing boundary lines. It's backers hope that recent changes on the in ternational scene will have a favorable part to play in tonight's discussion. The regular session will be followed by a special executive session. ' Bible Lecture Series Set For Next 3 Monday Nights Dr. William Brownlee opened the, series -of illustrated lectures, "From the Ancient Manuscripts to. the Modern Bible", in 111 Murphey hall at . 7 o'clock last night. Continuing on the . following three Mondays, the lecture series is sponsored by the Department of Religion. Two professors of the Duke divinity school, Dr. William Brownlee and Dr. Kenneth Clark, are conducting the series. Brown lee, who spoke last night, will also deliver the second lecture, while' Dr. Clark will give the remaining two. ' A Fellow at the American School of Oriental Research in Jerusalem when the oldest He brew manuscripts of the Old Test ament thus far known were dis covered four years ago, Dr. Brownlee was the first scholar to identify and translate a Commen- Seixos (Continued jrom page 4) Frank Sedgman in the' semi-finals and went on to win the tourna ment. " - - -V .... . . Seixas staked the U. S. to a 1-0 lead in the challenge round with a decisive win over Australia's Merwyn Rose, but lost - the final match to Sedgman. Seise as is expected to be the key man on the 1952 American team which will make its second suc cessive attempt; to regain the Da- 1 vi3 Cup from Australia next win ter. Without Savitt and Trabert, both of whom are expected to be in service, the U. S.' team may have to rely on the ex-Tar Heel heavily in both doubles and sing les. When the great -Sedgman hrU ally turns professional, as he is expected to do in 1953, Seixas may well become the top amateur tary on the book of Habakkuk found among those rolls. In the previous year, he had also been a member of the Univ. of Cali fornia expeditionto Mount Sinai. Dr. Clark, an authority witlran international reputation on the original Greek manuscripts on which our New Testament is based, ; has traveled extensively in the Biblical lands. On behalf of the Library of Congress, he went on an expedition to photograph and collate the Greek manuscripts in the monastery of St. Catherine on Mount Sinai. Wake Forest and, Davidson first played Carolina in baskVtball. in 1911, making these clubs the old est rivals on the Tar Heel schedule this season. Skippy Winstead, sophomore forward on the' Carolina basket ball team, is the younger brother of Jim Winstead, a Tar Heel ten nis star -three years ago. on that next .trip . I.RAVtL player of them alL i ' VATCMi . 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