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THE DAILY TAR HEEL
TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1952
- Special to The Daily Tar Heel
WASHINGTON, March 24
The Licensed Beveraged Indus
tries today pointed ouV the re
cent $1.50 per gallon Federal tax
increase on whiskjr brings the
total tariffs on liquor to $10.50
Juniors .'and seniors may
place orders for their class rings
Thursday from "2 io 4:30 p.m.
in ihe Y lobby, Grail Ring
Chairman Al House yesterday
- Seniors are particularly urged
to place their orders this time -in
ordar that they may have
them by graduation time. De
livery on all orders are made
in 8 lo 10 weeks. The Grail
will continue to take orders
for the remainder of the quarter
on alternate Thursdays.
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talent he walks
thru walls! r
Arthur Swti tntwpttM prtMiftt A Jaewm Bar Production
Joan Greenwood ,. &FZ!1 and Bourvil in
"M.T. PEEKABOO" Dincted by Jean Beytr Produced
by Jacques Bar Screenplay by Jm Boyer and Michael
Audiard Based on a ttory by Maree! Aym4 -
Released thru United Artists
The Carolina Political Union
will sponsor a trip to Washington
this weekend for students who
The student group will leave
Thursday afternoon and return
Sunday. There is a possibility
that students will be excused
from class to make the trip.
The group will contact many
national leaders including Con
troller Lindsay "Warren, Secre
tary of Labor- Maurice Tobin,
Justice William O. Douglas, Sec
retary of State Dean Acheson,
and Attorney General Howard
CPU also has invitations from
a number of senators who have
suggested that : the group call
them when it arrives. '
Among the lawmakers, in this
category are Senators George,
Douglas, Duff, Connolly, Full
bright, Knowland, Russell, Byrd,
McMahon Mundt, Kefauver, and
Any student who has a car and
who wishes to make the trip may
clo so by leaving a note in the of
fice at Graham Memorial.
BEST SELLERS ON
vx L 1
The Way of Tho
The Bright Plain.
By H. W. Taft
The Glee club will meet at 5
p.m. today in the choral room
of Hill hall. Students interested
in joining are invited to attend.
The Sailing club will meet to
night at 7 o'clock in Horace Wil
liams Lounge, Graham Memorial.
Graduating seniors will have
their last opportunity this week
to purchase invitations to the
June commencement exercises.
The Order of the Grail will
sell, the official invitations, an
nouncements, and calling cards
beginning today and continu
ing through Friday afternoon..
They will be on sale in the
lobby of the YMCA building
from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. and
from. 2 to 3 pan.-';
A bill calling for the abolish
ment of the electoral college and
the popular election of the Pres
ident will be debated by the Phi
Assembly at its 8 o'clock meetr
ing tonight in. the third floor New
East Phi Chambers.
This topic has also been placed
before Congress in the form of
a Constitutional . amendment by
Senator Langer, Republican of
North Dakota, and is expected to
cause bitter controversy between
Democrats and Republicans.
All interested persons are in
vited to attend the Phi discussion
tonight and participate in the
DEPENDABLE WRECKER SERVICE
24 HOURS a day. Poe Motor Company,
day phone 6581. night phone 2-3441.
TYPING AND SHORTHAND CLASS
es. Spring Quarter in. New West. 7:15
to 9:15 P.M. first Class March 20.
Monday & Thursday. Call 8407.
DID YOU EVER SEE A PIG EAT OUT
of a trough?
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STUDENT TO WORK IN-SUBSCRIP-tion
office of The Daily Tar Heel. Ex
cellent 'extra-curricula activity. Low
wages. See Jimmy Capps in 210 Gra
ham Memorial or at 102 Lewis. (Staff)
WANTED TO RENT 24B
Month Sale To ;
ock Your Eye Out.
WOULD - FACULTY MEMBER CON
sider renting furnished dwelling to
retired professor & wife, about. Octo
ber 1 to May 1. Call 2-8908.
Prospective candidates for
vacancies on the Men's and
Women's Councils will be in
terviewed by the Bi-partisan
Selection Board al 7 p. m. today
in Graham Memorial.
Seats to be filled on the
Men's council include three
seniors, one junior, one sopho
more, one graduate and one
All Women's Council - seats
will be vacant, with ihe excep
tion of two junior seals.
On the wet heels of yesterday's
cold rains, the weatherman pro
mised cloudy and milder for to
day. Today's high is expected to
be 52. Yesterday's high was 54 and
the low was about 38.
The Rev. Robert A. Iobst, mis
sionary in Nicaragua, will show
slides and lead a discussion of his
work at a meeting of Moravian
students at 7:30 p.m. tonight, in
the Y library. All interested per
sons are invited. :
. The University Party will meet
tonight at . 8:00 in Roland Parker
lounge number two of Graham
Memorial to complete nomina
tions for themspring elections.
The campus Young Republi
cans club will hear Gerald Chan-?
dler, president of the Wake For
est club, at their meeting tonight
at 8:30 in the Grail room of Gra
ham Memorial. Officers of the
newly-organized group will also
be elected tonight
The University band will prac
tice at 4:30 p.m. today. All mem
bers are urged to attend.
Women's Council '
Candidates for the coed hand
book editorship and leadership
training will be interviewed by
the Women's 'Council "at their 4
p.m. meeting today in the coun
cil room on the second floor of
xne woria teiateaness com
mission of the Y will meet today1
at 4 p.m. in John Riebel's office.
Pi Delta Phi
Pi Delta Phi, honorary French
fraternity, will hold their week
ly dinner meeting tonight "at 6
o'clock in the second floor dining
room of Lenoir hall. Persons wish
ing to practice speaking French
are invited to attend.
Alfred T. Brauer, professor of
mathematics, will speak on "A
Generalization of a Serum of
Aubry-Thue," at the math colo
quium tomorrow at 4 p.m. in
room 320 of Phillips hall. A tea
will be held afterwards in the
John Allcott, dean of the art
department, will deliver a gal
lery talk on the current Person
hall exhibition at 7:30 p.m. to
. Debate Council
The debate council will meet at
4 p.m. . today in Roland Parker
lounge number one of Graham
COME IN TODAY
for one of our
"We serve excellent food"
G. ROY ELLIOTT:
Church, College and Nation
"Our Work Guaranteed"
WANTED TO BUY
S u its Ty powr itc rs Ca rn e ras
Musical Instruments Binoculars
Highest Prices Paid
Licensed and Bonded
See Us For Larger Loans on Anything of Value
MAIN L OA N OFFICE
400 W. Main St. at Five Points
EVENING and WEDDING GOWNS
And All Types of Formats
CHE EJC-: D R Y C L BANE RS
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Largest Reductions for Desired Clothes
Group BurMil Suits, values to $42.50, reduced
to .....:............ .....:
Sanforized cotton suits, reduced to
Group Hammonton Park Suits, values to 66.50,
reduced, to .1 ... j
Group suits, values -to ; 57.00, reduced to !.;...:
:l White; buck shoes reduced from"9.95 to .:............
White buck loafers reduced from 12.95 to ; .
Large group Howard- & Foster shell cordovan
shoes, values to 20.95 reduced to ..:...:i...
$24.00 butcher; linen sport coats reduced to
$31.95 Angora Australian wool Sport Jackets how
SPECIAL JUST RECEIVED
XT' 40 DOZEN OF OUR FAMOUS REP TIES
:X proup Oxford Gray Hockanum Flannel Suits re-
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