North Carolina Newspapers

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THE DAILY TAR HEEL
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY. 19, 1952
Sailing Club
Sailing club will meet tonight
at 7 o'clock in 102 New West.
The Daily Tar Heel
"Rules and Tactics of Sailing"
presented to club. .
French Club
French club will hold weekly
supper meeting tonight ., at 6
o'clock in upstairs dining, room of
Lenoir. r : -Women's
Residence
Women's Residence Council will
The official newsnaner of thtf Puibli-I . . . V. . - . - .
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Press. Inc., except Monday's, examina
tion and vacation periods and during
the official summer terms.. Entered as
second class matter at the Post Office
of Chapel Hill, N. C. under the act of
March 3, 1379. subscription rates:
mailed $4.00 per-year. $1.50 per quarter;
delivered $3.03 per year and $2.25 per
quarter.;. fc. . . I.. - ' -'
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idents requested to bring appli
cation blanks from their dorms.
v - Dental Dames - "
Dental Dames meet tonight at
8 o'clock in" Williams-Wolfe
lounge for bridge and canasta.
" Di Debaiee '
The Di Senate will debate com
pulsory ertra.curricular participa
tion tonight at 8 in Di hall, New
West. - - - -Phi
Debate
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Reafffrming belief in predesti
nation will be discussed by the
Phi Assembly tonight at 8:30 on
the fourth floor of New East.
'Young Republicans "
Reactivated Young Republicans'
Club will meet tonight at 8:30 in
Roland Parker one . -
Studcn
his own action. While asserting
the right of a student to speak
out, this right musf ""be accom
panied by a responsibility -and
must be accompanied . by an
awareness that there are some
times inescapable and logical
consequences -which- flow from
action that any one of u& might
take."
The question was raised by
this reporter shortly after Dick
Murphy, graduate student, indi
cated that false information
naming;a student as subversive
had been passed on to the United
States government and as a re
sult, the student probably would
not be able to pass a security
check. ; . : : :
Cray, however,, declared,
think alL of lis : are taking the
question of intimidation too ser
iously. I think the less -we allow
ourselves to be intimidated in our
own minds, the smaller the prob
lem becomes."
LAS5IHEDS
ANNOUNCEMENTS
24JIOURS a day. Poe Motor Company,
day phone 6581,. night phone '2-3441. .
SWAPPED!!! ONE OVERCOAT FROM
the N. Laieiena -t""r""
night. Please return to 10m urus.
2 Pettigrew dorm or to the N. C.
Cafeteria and get your coat. (i-UJ--v
FOR SALE
6B
FOUND
6C
MARRIAGE NOTES! Many thanks to
all who showed concern over recent
temporary bereavement: No stunt bu&
an honest attempt to find much-prized1
class notes recovery of which
was possible through advertising in.
the Daily Tar Heel Classified Ad Sec
tion. Thanks again. Marie Costello.
SET OF TAILS, SIZE 40. LIKE NEW.
Real bargain at $30.00 Phone 5126 Day.
5266 Night. . H . . U-cwAU-zj
COME TODAY;
for your.BEER 25c
at
Michael's Grill
"We serve excellent food"
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MAIN LOAN OFFICE
400 W. Main St. at Five Points
WHEN IN DURHAM BROWSE IN
EXCHANGE
AT FIVE POINTS . "
The largest stock of new and used books
in the Carolinas. "
Outlines, Translations and a full line of
English , and American Pocketbooks.
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Limited Time Only
ALL DRESS SHIRTS, coat model, including basket
weave button-downs. Brooks cut Gant shirts,
rounded collars 3.99
ALL WHITE BUCKSKIN SHOES REDUCED
From 9.95 to ...........j.. 6.99
From 12. 95 to . 8.99
From 16.95 to 1 1.99
Group Howard & Foster cap-toe, plain too, and
wing-tip cordovan shoes, values to 20.95, reduc-
to .. 1.4.99
Oldmaine Trotier Handsewn loaf ters reduced
from 10.95 to 7.99
Trampeze loafers reduced from 8.95 to 5.93
All black shoes reduced, in time for Germans, to .... 10.99
Imported English flannel slacks, reduced from
17.95 to 10.99
Pacific Mills worsted flannel slacks reduced to .... 14.99
Tweed and Shetland Suits, values to 59.95, reduced
to ..: 39.95
ALL TOPCOATS REDUCED
Imported Merino Italian Sweaters Reduced from
v 18.95 io v...r..............:.... 12.99
13.95 Flannel Slacks now 9.99
ALL WOOL Gabardine Slacks 12.95
Park Suits Reduced from
Group Hammonton
68.50 to I...................
(Alterations extra)
39.95
Bills Mailed Home At Your Request
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