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.WEDNESDAY,--JANUARY 23, 1952
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Our styles are
so distinctive at
on such campuses
as Harvard, Yale,
- and Virginia.
for the college
man and young
.BILLS MAILED HOME
Soo how rlodcrri -Equipmont'-
Many a 'car and truck owner has regretted letting
any or everybody tinker with his vehicle. It stands
to reason that scientific equipment in the
hands of expert automobile mechanics
is both the quickest and most economical
way to check and correct faulty oper
ation. Right now is the time tojrove it.
Driv in for a cold weather chock-up
CAS TOM MOTOR CO.
W. Franklin St.
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The World Student Service
Fund committee will meet this
afternoon " in the Y. cabinet room
at 4 o'clock. - v
The membership council of the
YWCA will meet in the cabinet
room of the Y at 5 o'clock today.
Dr. Bernard Boyd of the religion
department will lead the discus
sion. -.. '""v. ''Vv
(Continued: from Fagel)
plained ihar the limit of five:
nominations per school (there
are 14 North - Carolina " schools
eligible) is the maximum and'
not the requisite number thai
the committee will consider
Students complained that
small schools, such as Elon and
Guilford had an unfair advan
tage over Carolina which has
about a 4,000 enrollment jump
on the two schools. Several of ,
these smaller schools only sent
one or two nominations, Fetzer
pointed out. .
"Students won't be recom
mended on the basis of enroll
ment in their school, bul only
when their qualifications indi
cate clearly thai lhey are strong
candidates,'' he said .The pur
pose of the live nominations per
school system is "to give- other
institutions an even break" and
to insure "full participation
from all institutions' the ath
letic director declared.
Last year, a maximum of five
nominations (out of over 100 ap
plications) were sent to the cen
tral committee Of those, Ed
ward Bilpuch, graduate student
in physicc and former football
lineman, was awarded a grant.
Seven other men from North
Carolina received scholarships.
Fourteen North Carolina degree
granting schools are allowed up
DEPENDABLE WRECKER SERVICE
24 HOURS a day, Poe Motor Company,
day phone 6581, night phone 2-3441.
AFTER-DINNER CUSHION MINTS
Fowlers Food Store
Colonial Drug Store
EDIPHONE: DICTATOR. TRANS
CRIBER and shave-good condition. Sell
cheap. S. H. Basnight, Box 1C29 or
phone 2458. Chapel Hill, N. C.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON BETWEEN
Graham and Swain, one brown zipper
notebook with class notes. Please re
turn to Charlie Crone, 308 Graham or
call 7041. .
MODERN 3-ROOM FURNISHED
apartment. 2i blocks from" campus.
Apply 309 Ranson St. side entrance.
SECRETARY (SHORTHAND AND
typing) needed immediately. South
eastern Employment Agency. P. O. Box
1326 or caU 26753 after 6 p.nl.
LOOKING FOR A MAID OR JANITOR?
If so contact Southeastern Employment
Agency, P. O. Box 1326 or call 26753
after 6 pjn. -
DEBIT COLLECTOR NEEDED FOR
Durham and Raleigh. Guaranteed
salary, commission. Age limit 21-40.
Car necessary. Contact Southeastern
Employment Agency. P. O. Box 1326
or call 26753 after 6 p.m.
EMPLOYERS FILE YOUR JOB OPEN
INGS with us for quick, efficient, , and
accurate service. Southeastern Env
ployment Agency. Dial 2-6753 after
3 p." m. ; : : " U; - . . -
to nve nouuuawuiw
i are State College; WaW Forest,
nvMnn.: Catawba. AjUii-
fm-r! Annalachian. Eastern Caro
lina, Western Carolina, Elon, High
Point, Lenoir. Rhyne, Atlantic
Christian, and UNC. Applicants
must apply at the college where
they received their undergradu
ate degree. Scholarships are
awarded on a one year basis, but
if the foundation trustees feel the
grant can be renewed. ,untii a
longer course is completed, the
scholarship will be extended-
Members of the local committee
are House, Professor Dudley D.
Carroll, vice-chairman, Dr. S. B.
Knight, Dean of School of Edu
cation Guy B. Phillips, and Roy
Armstrong director of admissions
Besides the secretary, Mrs. "Ly tie,
the members of the committee
will be- available for additional
information and questions
The number of scholarships
awarded is not fixed and the foun
What This Country Needs Is A Good
Nickel Cigar BougHt For A Dime
There is also need for a restaurant that will
give quality for the customer's dollar. Try us
and see if we aren't doing this.
All Mode'rn Equipment and Facilities
CU'RVI'N IH EST A U RANT
Choice of men
who have arrived ...
Here is the "goad tweed
jacket' for which
most men reserve a
favorite spot in their
. Rumson tweed
combines rugged ,
with quiet distinction
in every line .
For -;jl.jhcit Affer-Tte-Show Snack ' ;
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From Brady's On the Durham Road
dation trustees intend to; increaa
it in the luture; u etzer saia,
Scholarship programs in the un
dergratuate and high school fields
are also planned but no awards
for this category will be made
For the present, the "male"stip.
ulation will remain.
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ler by TZCHfiSSCiOJt
For Students ic Faculty
NOW! 4 SHOWS DAILY
'2:00-4:00-6:45 & 9:05 P.M.
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