PAGE EIGHT San Carlos Professor Starts U.S. Tour With Visit Here Jose Eolz-Bennett, Dean of thel University begin such a program. PflMiltv ' of Humanities of San "This is a two-way street," Carlos University in Guatemala . said Dr. .Rolz-Bennett. "An ex City, Guatemala, arrived here change of professors will be a real Sunday, beginning his six-week accomplishment towards mutual tour of universities throughout better understanding of the in ch e United States. I ternal problems of each country." i he continued. During the next six weeks the Guatemalan dean will visit New C AAA P" R! In an interview yesterday, Dr. Rolz-Bennett stressed his plans lor -faculty-exchange between Latin America and the United States, and expressed his desire m Mill LET'S: TALK.. -About. USED BOOKS Denial Dames The Dental Dames will meet tonight at 8 o'clock in Williams Wolfe lounge in Graham Memo rial. French Club The French Club wil lhave dinner tonight at 6 o'clock in the upper room of Lenoir hall. All those interested in speaking French are welcome. Next time you stop in the In timate Bookshop, take a look at the old book corner, back by the text department. Youll find the darnest hodge podge of odd books you ever set eyes on. Prices range from a rare North Carolina history at $45.00 down to a big section of old stuff at 48c. In -the lat ter group, by the way, several customers have assured us that they have nicked off rare treasures. Maybe, so. If they did, it was in spite of our ef forts, and you may do the same. While we are particularly proud of our North Carolina books, there are quite a few nice items outside of that field, priced reasonably con sidering that they are titles that only show up in a shop every two or three years. We'll leave you to find them for ? yourselves, because half the iun of old books buying or selling is the quality of treasure-hunting. THE INTIMATE BOOICSHOP 205 E. Franklin St. Open Evenings York City, New Haven and Middletown, Conn.; Boston, Mass.; Ann Arbor, Mich.; Chicago, 111 - Minneapolis, Minn.; Topeka, Kan.; San : Francisco and Los Angeles, Calif. His tour is being made under the Department of State's program for the exchange of persons. Dr. Rolz-Bennett is director of the Guatemalan National Com mittee for Cooperation with UNESCO and representative for the International Labor Organiza tion in Guatemala. In 1944 and 1945 he was a member of a com mission sponsored by the Guate malan Lawyers' Association, which formulated the draft of the Constitution of the Republic. He was elected to the Constitutional Assemblywhich enacted the new constitution, serving as Secretary of the Assembly and as a member of the drafting committee. During his stay here Dr. Rolz Bennett has been observing and discussing with faculty members. He is particularly interested in the balance between the humanities and scientific and technical studies in the university program. . Glee Clubs The men's and women's glee clubs will meet at 4:30 every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon Director Carter requests that all members be present for every rehearsal. Law Wives The Law Wives Association is now serving coffee and cookies from 8:30-10 every night to the law students during the two week period of examinations. New officers of the Association are. Mrs. Jack Elam, president; Mrs. Charles mcnois, vite ident; Mrs. James Gillispie, sec retary; and Mrs. Marshall Cline, treasurer. Sailing Club All members of the UNC Sailing Club will meet at 8 o'clock to night in the rear dining room of Aggies for a supper meeting. GORE'S OYSTER BAR OYSTERS ANY STYLE : . : : B EER V;- -' r- ' Steaks -Chicken - Sandwiches Oxford Highway l Mile from City Limits DURHAM WANTED TO BU Suits Typewriters Cameras Musical Instruments-Binoculars Highest Prices Paid! 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