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SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1952
THE DAILY AR HEEL
E-x- p an s I o n So s ri
By Aake Forest
Available Free I o Stud
A mimeographed dossier of
letters, wires, arid other writings
of - segregationalist John W.
Clark, University trustee, has
been completed and is available.
The collection is a joint pro
ject of The Daily Tar Heel and
student government. It was
printed at the expense of student
In an unsigned foreward writ
ten by Editor Glenn Harden, it
is stated, "An attempt is made
here to record, in Mr. Clark's
own words, his case against in
dividuals and organizations
whom ' he has been battling
through the mails.
"It; is incomplete, but is ac
curate insofar as the record, is
is available to the editors.
Mr. Clark asserts that the letters
have been written for purposes
of obtaining or giving informa-
by The Associated Collegiate Press
Special to The Daily Tar Heel
About two out of every three
college students say they put in
more than 10 hours of study time
during a normal school week, ac
cording to the ACP National Poll
of Student Opinion.
Almost half the student popu
lation spend between 10 and 20
hours a week, while more than
a quarter spend less than 10
Students were asked: Aside
from mid-term and final exam
week, how much studying time
do you estimate you spend during
The National Association o:
Manufacturers has announced es
tablishment of the NAM'S Presi
dent's Scholarship Award, which
will be given annually to a sopho
more student who is preparing to
be a teacher. The scholarship will
provide 41,200 during -the stu
dent's junior and senior years.
To inaugurate the program, tw
scholarships will be awarded thi
year one honoring the recent
retired president, Wliliam H. Ru
fin, University graduate of Dur
ham, president of Erwin Mill"
The other is named for the. 19r
president, William J. Grede, Mil
waukee, Wis. Student in Nort"
Carolina are eligible for the Ruf
Full details have been maile
to presidents of all institution
offering B.A. or B.S. degree i
Women and men are equally
eligible and the only require
ments are that candidates be
American citizens who plan to
enter the teaching profession, are
doing ; satisfactory work as second-year
students in institutions
offering bachelor's degrees in ed
ucation, :and will return "to, the
same schools for their junior and
senior years., Nominations are to
be made by college presidents be
lore April 1. Winners will be an
nounced soon after May 1. Scho
larship; winners! will be invited to
the association's; annual Congress
of American ! 'Industry in New
York "each year, at which they
wiir receive official recognition.
tion only, and with no intent to
intimidate of defame individuals.
"The purpose of bringing these
letters together is an effort to
allow interested individuals to
decide for themselves which is
the "true case, as the matter
seems to be one of vital impor
tance to the University .' . ."
Editor Harden said she had re
ceived "dozens" of - letters from
interested parties, particularly
newsmen,- cgncerning Clark's
now-famous letters. Copies are
available to anyone and may be ,
had at The Daily Tar Heel office
WAKE FOREST (l.P.) A fa- ,
vorable report on the progress of
the Enlargement "Program of
Wake Forest College was issued
here recently by Dr. Harold W.
Tribble, president. "
" He termed as "very good" the
prospect of obtaining steel soon
to begin construction on the first
building ot the future college
plant at Winston-Salem, N. C. One
of the vital problems involved in
the plans to move the College is
government restriction on the
use of steel, an "essential mater
ial" in national defense. The next
allotment is slated for April 15,
however. Dr. Tribble stated that
prospects are "very good" that
College to inove before a tenta
tive date." Ii permanent buildings
cannot be built, "we won't move,"
he added. -
Work on the campus itself is
well underway, Dr. Tribble &aid,
pointing tn the fact that "con
struction oi the roads is moving
ahead in a nice way." The main
approaching road "to Reynolda
has been graded, and a laig sign
reading "Entrance to the New
Wake Forest College" has heeu
study most. Thirty-five per cent j Wake Forest will' be granted the
of them put in more-than 20 hours steel necessary for the construc
a week, as opposed to 19 per cent tion of the first building at Rey-
23 per cent nolda, which will include the
Chapel, the church, and a wing of
a normal week?. The replies:
1. 10 hours or less, 28 per cent for freshmen and
2. From 10 to 20 hours, 45 per ; for seniors ;
cent j "Most of the time you don't classrooms. Plans forhis build-1
3. From 20 to 30 hours, 16 per kn0w what you're supposed; to j mfi are in the hands of contrac
cent study for," complains a pre-law i tors.
4 '10 hours or more 5 rer cent sophomore at the University of I Referring to the proposed date
s NEED ART MODELS
Models ht-2 needed by the an
rclasses. Those interested may call
Miss Lynette Warren, curator oj
the Person hall art gallexy, as
5. l5on't know, 6 per cent
Those who "don't know" claim
Akron. He studies less than 10
hours a week. But a sophomore
i in music says she studies "when-
of removal to Winston - Salem,
a "very irregular schedule." Says ever I get a chance,
one student, "I've never had a 1 hours a week.
President Tribble said, "we are
still holding to 1954. No tempor-
about 15 I ary buildings will be constructed
however, simply to . enable the
Aviation Cadet Program Offers Special Opportunities
for Collegians f'oiv Preparing for Military Service
Here is a real man-size opportunity! You
can chooseimmediately between being a
Pilot or Aircraft Observer in America's
swiftly-expanding Air Force. The Air Force
encourages candidates to stay in school
and graduate. However, seniors and stu
dents with two years or more of college
v, ho anticipate early entrance into rriilitary
service can insure their future and serve
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WHO MAY APPLY
AGE Between 19 and 26 Vi years.
EDUCATION At least two years of college.
MARITAL STATUS Single.
PHYSICAL CONDITION Good, especially
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HOW TO QUALIFY
f . Take transcript of col
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Spring quarter registration
ended yesterday with bedevil
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