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Stunning Ann Van Kirk, who locally
proved herself a gridiron Texas terrorbut
who wants to become a merchandise buyer,
will reign over Carolina's May Day and a
court of thirteen on May 11.
She .was chosen in recent balloting by
coeds. Her maid of honor will be Joyce
Evans, a Tri Delt: sorority sister from Har
rellsville. Miss Evans also is. the Sweetheart
of Sigma Chi fraternity. ,
- As UNC's May queen, Miss Van Kirk
will represent the University at the Azaela
Festival in Wilmington this weekend.
Winning beauty titles is nothing new to
winsome Miss Van Kirk, for she was chosen
last fall for the 1951-52 Yackety Yack
Beauty court. While attending Mary Wash
ington College before transferring here, she
was in the freshman May court.
Miss aVn Kirk, a native of Orange, Tex,,
proved herself as the outstanding quarter
back in the recent Pi Beta Phi-Delta Delta
Delta Powder Bowl. She was awarded, a
trophy for her football prowess.
An English major, the May queen hopes
to go ito merchandising as a buyer after
graduation this June. -Her hobbies include
sports and reading. , ,
Wanda Lou Philpott, May day chairman,
yesterday said plans are incomplete for the
pageant. .They will be released upon com-.
pletion, she said.
Attendants to the queen will be Kath
erine Blue, Raeford; Betty Bowles, tSates
ville; Frankie Strosnider, Goldsboro; Cosy
Powell; Mel Stribblirig, Clarksdale, Miss.;
Patty Starr, Plymouth; Joan Charles, Sea
girt, N. J.; Betty Lou Worthington, Ayden;
Barbara Chahtler, Wilmington, Del.; Nancy
Baird, Dallas, Tex.; Peggy Brown, Randle
man, and Jackie Quesenberry, Waynesboro,
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VOLUME LX CHAPEL HILL, N. C. TUESDAY, MARCH 25, ,1952 NUMBER 129
Students To Sit With Dates :At Tilts
MISS ANN VAN KIRK
Planetarium Opens Easter
Show Tonight, Is Best Yet
eaver 1 o Address Di
Praised by Manager Anthony
Jenzano as "more beautiful than
ever before," Morehead Plane
tarium's Easter program opens
tonight at 8:30.
"Easter, the Awakening," in
corporates the special effects and
Fred Weaver, dean of students, will be guest speaker for
the inauguration of spring quarter Dialectic. Senate officers to Jenzand. The scenes cover a
at 8 o'clock tonight. ''-. combined length of approximate-
The ceremonies, to be held in the third lioor JNew west lv mo fwt of th ch amber's re-
building Di hall, will see Edward M. Smith replace John rimeter and range in height up to
gn1HrgTi a rrfsif1fnt.- Smith, wnrt I . . , ,
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nas neia xne i,ouiCes ux. cxc, Sequences include "agony in
critic and president pro-tern, is a th gardenf "crucifixion," "se-
memoer 01 -ni oigma, xvno pulchr e and reSsurection." Al-
v.m, xne ueoave wuuatu " so included in the scenes is an
president of Everett dorm.
other officers to be inaugurat- Petition Deadline
ea XOiugni are nanes nugguis, Deadline for snrtntf Plw-tions is
altar with candles and a stained
glass window. '
The Planetarium manager said
showings will be held at 8:30
p.m. on weekdays, 3, 4, and 8: 30
p.m. -on Saturdays, and 2, 3, 4,
and 8:30 p.m. on Sundays. Ad
mission price is 38 cents for stu
dents and 50 cents for the public.
Sophia Steffan, mezzo-soprano
Of High Point now studying at
Juilliard School of Music in New
York tomorrow will give a con
cert in Hill hall at 8:30 p.m.
Admission will be free.
Sponsored by the music de
partment, Miss Steffan's program
will - include lieder, arias, Greek
folk songs, and contemporary
American art songs. Miss Linda
Caskty of Greensboro will be ac
companist. Miss Steffan recently appeared
in High Point in the title role of
"Carmen" with the Grass Roots
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presiaem pro-vein, uckuu jtux- n pnu Thursday, Elections
ker, clerk; Ken Penegar, critic; Board chairman- Erline Griffin
in rro.. - . x
vayne AHompu, sin-av- yesterday reminded, prospective
arms; ana jonn oennorrenoerg, candidates.
cnapiain. The petitions may be submit-
Dean Weaver, who recently re- ted to her in room 217 Spencer,
ceived a Carnegie fellowship to to Lew Southern in room 216
conduct a study of undergraduate Alexander, or may be turned into
life at various colleges, has now the Student Government offices
concluded one portion of his in Graham Memorial.
studies and will resume his trav- Anyone may file petition for
eling on the first of next month J office provided it is signed by 25
Topic of his address tonight has people eligible to vote for that
not been announced. office and is approved by the
A graduate of UNC, class of Dean of Students office to indi-
1937, he was appointed dean of cate academic eligibility.
Field Day For Greek Week
Postponed .Until Tomorrow'.
Yesterday's wet weather rain- in Gerrard hall at 7 p.m. where
ed the Greeks out today.
Arthur Spaugh, Greek Week
chairman, said the field day
scheduled for this ; afternoon has
been cancelled , and instead will
be held .tomorrow at 3: 45 p.m. on
Navy Field. He asked the indi
vidual fraternities to substitute
another work or study period for
the time originally set aside to-
Chairman Griffin also called a
mass meeting of all candidates
party chairmen and persons in
terested in tending polls for the
election at . Memorial hall next
Monday night, at 7 o'clock.
Derby Is Set
For April 10
The annual Sigma Chi Derby,
known more informally as the
battle of the coeds, will take
place Thursday, April. 10, in
Kenen .stadium at 3 p.m.
Juc Keating: and Bill Wil
liamson, : co-chairmen, and
Donnie. Thomas, p u b 1 i c i t y
chairman, made the announce- -
Highlight of the derby will
be the crowning of Miss Mod
ern Venus of 1952. Chi Omega
.'Betty Bowleg won the event
last year. -
Preliminary events will con
sist of various types of com
petition among eight coed " or
ganizations. Included in the
activities will .be pie throwing
and obstacle races. Winners
will be awarded trophies.
The afternoon's spectacle
will begin with a parade at
Chapel " Hill high school at 2
p.m. Admission to the crown
ing and other Kenan stadium
festivities is free.
New Tickef Setup
Begins Next Fall,
, Students get to sit "with "im
port" dates at football games be
ginning next fall under a ticket
setup announced yesterday by
the Athletic department.
Woollen Gym officials have
been working on a plan for about
six months which would enable
students to sit with theirjdates "
at the games. JHia--scheme was
made possible, an official ex
plained, when a new. tax law
went into effect recently which
removed the tax on complimen
To, get a ticket for their dates,
students first must go to the win
dow at the Athletic office and
pay the regular price. They will
be given a coupon which may be
exchanged at the student ticket
booth the day of the game.
The seating arrangement will
be restricted to the student sec
tion . but will include the card
section, the athletic official said.
"As long as students cooperate
we will try to work with them
on it," he pointed out. "However,
if they try to take advantage of
us by using the privilege for
parents, friends, or the like we'll
have to alter our plan."
day for field day
Glated -'far to'liay f u "a itnee lini
Roy Holsten, Assistant Dean of
Students, will talk. "In the Name!
of Freedom," technicolor ; campus
movie, will be shown the pledges.
The second day j of Greek Week
ended last night with stunt night
in Memorial ' hall; ' Loving - cups
were, presented the two fraterni
ties with the best skits.
Greek Week- continues tomor
row and: ends Thursday night
letters ror ice
Students are. being offered , Coupon number 50 in theUNC
special rates for tonight's per-', spring athletic passbook must be
f ormance m the juoliseum at Hal- i redeemed when purchasing a
eigh of the Hollywood Ice Revue
starring Barbara -Ann Scott.
ticket. Although performances
continue through Saturday the
with ; a - Lenoir haU banquet at 9 a.m. ntii 6 pan. today at the
Thicli Dr'i it. G. Grer will ; speak, main oCics,' ' Graham Llemorial.
i. r jspecial rate is for tonight only. .
.cv4.u.ii,iuiis iuuow; $o ncKet
fpx:$2; $2.5Q;f6r $1.75, and $2 for
"Wason," ihe movie bio
graphy of the 23ih president
of the United Stales starring
Alexander Knox and Sir Ced
ric. Harid wicke, 'will be pre
sented tonight at 7 ' pan. in
Memorial hall by the Y.M.C.A.
This film places emphasis
upon ' the president's career
during and after World War
I and especially his bid for a
strong League of Nations.
Dr. Frederic Cleaveland of
the political science department
will lead a film iorum after
its showing.. j
This is the fifth of the Y
Hillel film programs this year.
All of ihe showings are opeii
to l all students" -and? fateuify,
mfembars --without s&aiiziz
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