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TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1952
THE DAILY TAR HEEL
Anne Jacobs Named
SIS' F-rom Field of Seventeen
Miss Anne Jacobs was chosen
"Miss Chapel Hill" from a field
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Wool Flannel Slacks 9.99
South American Imported buckskin shoes specially
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Complete range of genuine shell cordovan shoes by
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Solid Sterling Silver Old Well Cuff Links .............. 5.95
Just received shipment of our famous Repp Ties
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of 17 entrants last Friday night
in the annual Jaycee Beauty and
The 17-year-old high school
senior is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. M. Li. Jacobs of Chapel Hill.
She will represent Chapel Hill
in the Miss North Carolina con
test in Winston-Salem this sum
mer Runnerup in the pageant was
Miss Iris Merritt, another high
school senior. Three other finalists
were Misses Jackie Merritt, Caro
Una graduate, Beth Lloyd, coed,
and Ruth Benson. Miss Benson
was chosen as "Miss Congenia
lity" by the other contestants.
Miss Jacobs won a $250 college
scholarship, all expense paid trip
to the State contest, and a trophy
plus a wardrobe from her sponsor,
Robbins. She is five feet, four
inches and weighs 116 pounds.
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Monogram Club will meet to
night at 7 o'clock in the club
The Phi Assembly will meet
in executive session tonight at
8:30 for the election of officers
for the spring quarter.
Person Hall Closed
The art gallery in Person hall
is closed while it is being repaired.
On-March 13 it will reopen with
an exhibit entitled "Calligraphy
and Geometry," from the Museum
of Modern Art.
Physical Ed Majors
The first in a series of meet
ings for education and physical
education majors will be held
Friday morning at 11 o'clock in
Women's Residence Council
The Women's Residence Coun
cil will meet today at 4:30. New
house presidents are invited to
sit in on the session.
Women's Glee Club .
A rehearsal will be held this
afternoon at 5 o'clock in the Hill
hall auditorium in preparation
for the program tonight. This
is the last meeting of the quarter.
Pi Delta Phi
The weekly supper meeting will
be held tonight , at 6 o'clock In
Lenoir. All those wishing to prac
tice their French whether they
are members pr not are invited.
Senior invitations will be on
sale in the Y lobby every day
this week from 9 til 1 and from
2 til 3 o'clock.
Meeting tonight at 8 o'clock in
the Grail room. New members are
New officers of the Canterbury
Club , were installed at Sunday
night's meeting. They are as
follows: President Chase Ambler,
Vice President Virginia Hall,
Secretary Gay Hogan, Treasurer
Dottie Evans, and Regional . Re
presentative H. B. Glover; '
At the recent meeting of the
Regional Canterbury Commission
of North Carolina, Ronald Wood
ruff of UNC was elected pres
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Annual joint meeting with the
Erasmus Club of Duke is sche
duled for 7:30 tonight in the fac
ulty lounge of the Morehead
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illo by Giovanni Guareschi
by, EUo Vittorini $1.00
Tomorrow We Heap
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by Evelyn Waugh ... $1.43
The Incredible Casanova
by J. S. Montgomery . $1.25
Lady Gregory's Journals
ed. by Lennox Robinson $1.00
W. C. Fields
by Robert L. Taylor ...... $1.25
by Hap Arnold .............. $1.49
The English Speaking Peoples
by Mclnnis and Reid $1.49
by Carmer and Van Doren $1.25
Mr. Lincoln's Secretary
by Helen Nicolay .............. $1.49
The Conquest of Culture
by M. D. a Crawford .... $1.25
The English Middle Class
by Lewis and Maude. $1.43
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LIVED THREE LIVES
by Ludwig Bemelmans .. $1.25
How's the Back View Coming
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The WUd Wild Women
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by Arthur Koestler ........ $1.00
by Daphne Du Maurier $1.00
Lost Plays of Eugene O'Neill
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A Naturalist in Cuba
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How to Attract the Wombat
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A Philosopher's Quest '
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