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THE DAILY TAR HEEL
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1852
A burglar broke into the Curv-
ia Sunday night, taking an un
known amount of money from
the juke box and cigarette ma
chine and enflicting damages es
timated at $350.
After - gaining entrance by
breaking the back door lock, the
unidentified person took the mu
sic and cigarette machines into
the yard , behind the restaurant
and cracked them open, taking
the money boxes from each.
Police Chief Sloan stated to
day that no suspects had been
arrested to date although finger
prints from the scene of the rob
bery were in the hands of the de
partment. Charles Frye, manager of the
Hew Curviir Restaurant which re
placed the old Curve Inn drive
in, disclosed that the cash register
was undamaged and its contents
intact. "Apparently no attempt
to rob the register was made," he
The old Curve Inn changed
hands last Spring when neighbors
complaints led to revokement of
its beer license. Since then re
modeling of the establishment in
to a restaurant has been complet
ed. iale Of Campus
The "State of the Campus'
Conference Commission on "Men
and Women Relations" will meet
in the Y.M.C.A. Library today at
T p.m. All members of the Com
mission and other interested
persons are invited to take part.
CHINESE & AMERICAN
Open Daily 11-9:45
118 E. ParrLsh Si., Durham
Although they're . not sure,
members of the German Club be
lieve that Ray Anthony and his
orchestra will perform some of
the musical tricks that made his
visit here last" winter so success
ful. ' -
Anthony comes to Carolina
February 22 for a Friday night
dance and a Saturday afternoon
concert, to be followed by a
dance at Woollen Gym that night
for the winter Germans.
Anthony's most popular stunt
was to lead his orchestra down
from the band platform and
march around the whole gym.
The Germans Club officers in
clude Jake Froelich, president,
Beta Theta Pi; Billy Quarles,
vice-president, Phi Gamma Delta,
Chuck Haywood, treasurer, Sig
ma Alpha Epsilon; Bill . Bostic,
secretary, . Kappa Alpha.
Members include Fletcher
Green, Alpha Tau Omega; Bill
McKay,' Beta Theta Pi; Jim
Schenck, Delta Kappa Epsilon;
Tim Borda, Delta Psi; Dick
Thompson, Kappa Alpha; Dick
Penegar, Kappa Sigma; Pat
Samonds, Phi Delta Theta;
Bryant Hare, Phi Gamma Delta;
Futrell, Pi Kappa Alpha; Alex
McMillan, Sigma Alpha Epsilon;
Roddy Dowd, Sigma Chi; Gor
don Taylor, Sigma Nu, and
Spencer Gregory, Zeta Psi.
- Regist ration . Ends
Today For If Meet"
Registration for, the 24-hour
conference on "World Under
standing" to be held at Camp
New Hop.e tomorrow after
noon through Saturday morn
ing should be completed by 3
p.m. today. Interested students
should sign in the YMC A of
fice. Total cost per student "is
$2.75, which includes three
meals, overnight lodging,
.1 'own? Wants Par k'Jkf&
Chapel Hill Board of Aldermen has petitioned the State
Highway Commission for about two acres of land on Strowd
Hill to be used as a par . .
Mayor Edwin Lanier presented the petition to Fifth Di
vision Highway Commissioner James A. Barnwell of Burling
ton, asking for the state-owned land located on a cut-off sec
tion of the new Chapel Hill-Durham highway, bordering the
Curvin restaurant property to the east.
A request was also passed, on to the commissioner asking
the State to curb and gutter the new highway for the entire
length of the hill.
Columbia University Prof
To Speak HereFeb. 1 6-1 8
EVENING and . YEDDING GOWNS
And AH Types of Formate
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FILMED, ENTIRELY IN SIAM, THIS
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"Dr. John C. Bennett, professor
of Christian theology and ethics
in Union Theological Seminary
of Columbia University, will give
a series of lectures on religion in
the "modern world here February
16, 17, 18.
Sponsored by the University
Inter-faith Council, student or
ganization, Dr, Bennett, who is
author of a number oL religious
books, will address a luncheon in
Lenoir hall at 12 noon Saturday
for faculty and students of the
Schol of Business Administration.
His topic will be "Christianity
At a dinner meeting in Lenoir
Hall Saturday night at 6 o'clock
Dr.- Bennett will discuss "The
Role of Christian Ethics in Fac
ing the Problems of the Modern
Sunday morning he will" ap
pear at the Congregational -Christian
Church Sunday School
at 9 o'clock, and at the 11 o'clock
service he will speak in the Uni
versity Methodist Church.
"The Church and the World
Situation" will be Dr. Bennett's
subject at a tea and discussion
for members of the Graduate and
Cosmopolitan clubs in Graham
Memorial at 4 p.m. Sunday.
That night at 8 he will meet in
the Morehead building with a fac
ulty group to discuss religion in
transportation and program.
Those who cannot attend the
complete meeting may obtain
His last appearance on the
campus Will be a meeting with a
class in religion Monday morning
at 10 o'clock. ,
Dr. Bennett and a number of
other theologians are now col
laborating with economists in: a
three-year study on the relation
of Christian ethife . to' economic
life, under a $100,000 grant by
the Rockefeller Foundation.
V A graduate of Williams College
and Union Theological Seminary,
he also received an M.A. degree
from Oxford. He has received
several honorary - degrees, and
holds the B.D. and S.T.M. from
The UNC Press Club will meet
tonight at 7:30 in one of. the 'Ro
land Parker Lounges. All per
sons interested in journalism
should attend, President Buddy
Northart said yesterday.
The WAA will hold an import
ant meeting this afternoon in Al
derman parlor at 5 o'clock. All
members are requested to at
tend. - .
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entering with sixty or more
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REGISTRATION FEB. 25
Students are granted profes
sional recognition by the U.
S. Department of Defense
and Selective Service.
Excellent clinical facilities.
' Athletic and recreational ac
tivities. Dormitories on the
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