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THE DAILY: TAB HEEL !
The Cosmopolitan Club will
hold its first meeting of the quar
ter tomorrow at 4 o'clock, in the
Rendezvous room. The program
will consist of a mock trial of the
United States and lor slides of
scenes throughout the United
States. All members lire urged to
s Blood Committee
There will be a, meeting of the
Campus Blood Committee Mon
day night at 8:00 in Roland Par
ker lounge number one. All mem-
Invitations and announce
ments to the June graduation
exercises will go on sale to all
seniors in the lobby of the Y
Building Tuesday morning. The
Order of the Grail, the official
campus agent for invitations to
the Class of 1952 exercises, will
handle all arrangements for sale
and subsequent delivery.
I Sales will be conducted Tues
day through Friday of next
week from 9 until 1 and 2 un
til 3 o'clock, daily.
This will be absolutely the
have to purchase their invita
tions and announcements.
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bers who cannot attend will
please contact the chairman Joel
- Dr. Alexander Heard, professor
of political science here, will ad
dress the meeting of the Unitar
ian Fellowship tomorrow at 7:45
p.m. in Gerrard hall. His topic
will be "Religion and Politics in
the South". All interested persons
are invited to attend .
I loravian Students
Moravian students on campus
will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in
the "Y" library. The Rev. Robert
A. Iobst, missionary in Nicaragua,
will show slides and lead a dis
cussion of his work in Nicaragua.
There will be a student congre
gational meeting of Episcopal
students tomorrow at the Chapel
of the Cross immediately after the
11 o'clock service for the purpose
of electing a new student vestry.
The last showing "61 "Stars and
Atoms", will be given at the
Morehead Planetarium on Mon
day. The program describes the
atomic processes which nature has
been carrying on for centuries,
and which have challenged man's
intelligence in this atomic era.
On March 25, "Easter, The
Awakening," the traditional East
er program, will open at the
Planetarium. Extra performances
at 4:00 on Saturdays and 2:00 on
Sundays will be given for the
period embraced by this presen
tation, March 25 through April
President Gray will have a full
speech schedule next week.,
- In addition to his regular du
ties, he will give a short talk at
Woman's College next Tuesday
when the College announces new
members of Phi Beta Kappa.
Next Thursday, he will speak
in Raleigh at a meeting of the
Wake County Colonial Dames.
Gray is expected to attend a
Delta Kappa Epsilon reunion here
on Saturday,. March 29.
Prof. John Allcotl. head of
the art department, is in New
York this week attending the
10th annual Conference on Art
A council associate in the or
ganization, which is a national
committee sponsored by the
Museum of Modern Art, Pro
fessor Allcoit will report-on ac
tivities in art education in the
south. He will also speak on
teaching art history at a session
on -undergraduate leaching of
Dr. Dorothy. CJ. Adkins, chair
man of the department of psy
chology, has gone to Ann Arbor,
Mich., to attend the annual spring
The Red 'Cross Bloodmobile
will be here Tuesday and Wed
nesday, April 1 and 2, for the
first ' time this year, it was an
nounced yesterday by Dr. R. H.
Wettach, chairman and director of
the blood program for the local
Four hundred pints will be
Chapel Hill's quota this time, and
in the four previous times the.
The Student Party literally
has gone to cooking up politics,
or at least they're in the place
Gene Cook, who will run the
office, yesterday announced the
opening of SP campaign head
quarters in the old kitchen of.
Graham Memorial. He invited
interested students to drop by
at any time.
The student union also has
offered headquarters to the Uni
versity Party. The UP, if it ac
cepts, will occupy the old Tar
nation office in GM's downstairs.
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5. God of war
9. River (Ger.)
19. Social rank
21. Sun god
31. City (Okla.)
39. Water god
'42. Half ems
' 43. Force
45. Silver In
' 48. Noblemen
' 49. Metallic
6. Any split
16. Long; slen
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25. Cutting tool
30. Rubs out
34. Covering .
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35. Gem carved
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meeting of the Board of Directors
of the American Psychological
Dr. Adkins is recording secre
tary of the Association.
Bloodmobile has been here this
community has always attained
its quota. All blood donated is
sent directly to the armed forces
Donors are urged to telephone
the Red Cross office to make ar
rangements for- their appoint
ments, Dr. Wettach said.
- Joel Fleishman of Fayetteville
is in charge of the separate stu
dent recruiting, program.
All blood will be sent immedi
ately to the nearest Red Cross
processing center and from there
flown to the fighting front.
Prizes will be given for blood
donated-lo the Red Cross Blood
mobile on its visit to Ihe cam
pus April 1 and 2. Chairman
man Joel Fleishman said yester
The student organization
with a membership of over 100
which contributes the most
blood will receive a loving cup.
The organization with member
ship under 100 which contri
butes most will receive prizes
1 for each of its members.
Fleishman asked everyone to
fill in blood pledge blanks with
in the next week. They are
available from fraternities and
sororities and individual solici
tors who will canvas the dormi
"This will be the last visit of
the Bloodmobile io the Univer
sity this year, and a mass re
sponse to this final appeal is
needed' Fleishman said.
EEKSlBI:E WRECKER SERVICE
24 HOURS a day. Poe Motor Company,
day phone 6581, night phone 2-3441.
JNIVERSITY TRUCKING COMPANY
Local and long distance household
moving. Contact Hauling Cargo Insur
ance. 100 East Franklin St. Phone 4041.;
Or see Ross or James Norwood.
FOR CAMPLETE COVERAGE OF
sports. national and international
news, read the News it Observer. Will
deliver to any student whether livjng
on or off campus. Call or write JVM.
Pope, Dealer. P. O. Box 1325. . Chapel
Hill or phone 4906. (ch lxl k
FOR SALE 6B
1939 PACKARD CONVERTIBLE. BODY
and interior fair, runs hut engine
needs work. Tires good. Needs new
battery. $85.00. Mahoney, 10 Old West,
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WANTED WHITE. . FULL-TIME
Ladies to work in Chapel Hill's most
modern Dairy Store. Must be able to
stand through investigation, etc. Apply
In person to Mr. Savage at the Dairy
Bar, 203 E. Franklin St. No phone
calls please. s
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COPIES OF THE DAILY TAR HEEL
for March 18. Please bring to 212 Gra
ham Memorial in the afternoon.
Khaki and Navy Greys
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