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SUlNfDAYi FEBRUARY 3 1952
TKtE. BAILY TAR HEEL
The average .person has no
business "being a student at the
.A great many of the students
vh are now here io not be
long here or in ay University
community. Manyt. if not most,
ol the difficulties, and problems
which' the University now faces
are cttie to its sizev This bloafed
size is an outgrowth of the fal
lacy of equal educaton for all
This notion is a. corruption
and abuse of the principle of
equality of opportunity. Every
year students, -are forced to
leave the University, A large
percentage of r- these were un
suitable to begin with. Their
presence may be ascribed to
mcieen&ry motives instead of t
a- desire for knowledge.
The great pressure being ap
plied by the Commerce School
beg pardon, 4he School of Bus
iness Administration for more
and more commercialized edu
cation is a direct outgrowth of
this. Commerce, students do not,
in general and there are notable
exceptions, belong at the Uni
versity. When it is asked of them, that
they learn something to which
no dollars and cents value is at
tached, they rebel. The have not
come to the University to get
an- education? they have come
for technical, commereializedT
mechanistic, vocational train
ing and the University is not
the place to receive such train
jnere js a natural tteslre n
the part of employers to hire
superior men. Formely, excel
lent assinr ance toward this end
eoulcT be had by hiring college
graduates, however, in recent
years far too many men and
women have come to colleges
to procure business training and
label of college graduate with-
'S FLOWERS 1
ut 'concern for the concept
If you feel that the Univer
sity's policies on these matters
concern yoiv whether "you op
pose or support them, come to
Carolina Political Union Round
table tonight at 8 o'clock. You
will be welcome whether you
come to speak r just to listen.
, . U 7
A 28-game schedule has been and Yale on April 1. The Big
t if t rw Ei sm, 3w
4:6 Ceart 1 SAB 3 Phi Xap Sig
1; 2 Kappa Sig 2 vs ATO 1- 3 Sig Nu
3 vs CM Phi 3; 4 Chi Psi 2 vs TEP 2.
5:00 Court I Eig Nu 2 vs Kap Psi 1;
2 Zeta Psi 1 vs Beta 1; 3 Delta Sig:
Pi vs Beta 3, 4 Pi ICappa Phi 1 Vs
Phi Xap- Sig 2.
- 7 : 00 Court 1 Phi Gam 3 vs Lamb
Chi 1; 2 Chi Phi vs Phi Delta Chi
2; 3 Med School 2 vs Grimes; 4
Ayeoek vs Med School 4.
&:G0 Court 1 Phi Del CM 1 vs Chi
Psi S; 2 Phi Kap Sig 3 vs Phi Gam
4; 4 KA 2 vs -Beta 2. -
4-m Big Chi 3 vs Zeta Psi.,1; 4:38
Kap Sig 4 vs DKE 5:00 Phi Gam 4
vs Chi Psi 2," 5:3 Phi Kap Sig 1 Vs
Sig Chi 1, :
, 7:60 Beta 2 vs Phi Gam 3? 7:30
Phi Gam l"vs Sig Nu 4; 8:0 Phi
Delt 2 vs Zeta Psi 2; 8:30 SPE vs Pi
announced for the Carolina base
ball team this year Jby Director
of Athletics K. A. Fetzer.
The Tar Heels will play their
opening games of the season on
a Florida spring training trip.
Two. games arc scheduled with
both Rollins aiad Alabama at
Winter Park, Florida on March
17, 18, and 19.
The team win return to Chap-
fel Hill to meet three big inter-
sectional : teams Pennsylvania,
Yale, and Michigan State. Penn
syHania is new addition to the
Tar Heel schedule this year. .
Dotible-headers will be played
with Michigan State and Yale on
March 29, 31, and April"!. Caro
lina will meet Yale and Michi
gan State on; the 29; Yale will
play Carolina and Michigan State
on the 31; and Michigan. State
will tangle with the Tar Heels
Four games will begin on April
4 when Wake Forest plays at
March 17, Rollins at Winter Park,
Fla. March 13 Rollins at -Winter Park;
Alamaba at Winter Park, Fla. March
19 Alabama at Winter Park, Fla.
Mareh- 22, Virginia at Chapel Hill
(tentative March 20, Yale at Chape!
HiB-; Michigan State at Chapel Hill.
March 31, Yale at Chapel Hill.
April 1, Michigan State at Chapel
Kill. April 4, Wake Forest at Chapel
Hill. ' April jFansylyaiml t2fcpel
Hill. April 8, tf. C, State at Raleigh.
April 91, Duke at Chapel Hill. April
13, N, C. State at Haleigh. April 25,
Davidson at Chapel ' Hill. April 19,
Duke at Durham. April 22, IT. C State
at Chapel . Hill. April 25 Clemsen at
Clemson, S. C April 26, Furman at
Greenville, S. C. Apsil 29 Wake Forest
at Wake Forest.
May J, Duke at Dwrhartf, M.y 2,
South Carolina at Chapel Mil. May 3
Davidson at Davidson; May 5y H
Crary at Ashehoro (night-) May 1,
N. C. State at Chapel Hill, May e,
Wake Ferest at Wake Fesf . Mar I&i
Duke at Chapel Hill. Maj 12 TJa&e
Forest at Qh$el HiD.
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