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. SUNDAY, MARCH SO, 1952
IAGE EIGHTH ? '
THB DAILY TAR HEEI
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"India and the World Today"
will be discussed at the supper-
forum tomorrow from 5:30 to 7:
15 in juenoir hall. The forum is
sponsored by the YMC A World
Panel discussion members will
be Miss Purabi Bose, P. N. Amer
seyy T. V. Narayana, Ham Singh.
i? or those wno wisn to eat a
food typical of India, the manage
ment of Lenoir Hall has agreed
to make such available in the
cafeteria line. A sign will call at
tention to this particular food.
In the second floor dining room,
where the forum will meet, there
will be an exhibit of Indian art,
literature and pictures. A special
Jack Maultsby, a freshman
baseball and sophomore football
star at Carolina last year, is now
stationed at Camp Lejeune with
the Marine Corps. Ke entered the
service in December.
DEPENDABLE 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.
JEVERYONE, AT ONE TIME OR AN
other, has heard the expression, "I ate
like a pig", or, "I made a pig of my
self".,. FOR RENT
1 (one) BEDROOM APARTMENT.
Available immediately, corner of Hen
derson & Rosemary. Call 2458, S. ' II.
Basnight. (chg lxl)
THREE ROOM APARTMENT FURN -ished
or unfurnished 22 blocks "from
campus. Apply 309 Ransom St., side.
-m EASTER- '
.:. ' FR;OM;;;,:t-
205 E. FXUKLIH ST.
OPEN' EVENINGS; i
feature during the meal will be
recorded music from India.
Students are invited. Those who
wish to eat in Lenoir are asked
to go through the cafeteria line,
then carry their trays up to the
second floor front dining room,
by 5:30 pjn. . . '
(Continued from page 7)
Oettinger; vice- president: Louise
Milliken, and Nancy Woodruff;
secretary: Johnsie Bennett, Grace
Doar, and Rachael Williams.
Treasurer: Jane Berry hill, and
Margaret Dickinson; awards
chairman: Susie Bergman, and
Women's dorm district, Legis
lature year terms (vote for
three): Margaret Davis (SP), Edna
Knighten (UP), Jane Kottmoir
(SP), Dot Lowenstein (SP), Anne
Phillips (UP), and Nancy Ripple
Legislature six month term
(vote for one): Dee Breslow (UP),
and Jody Levey (SP).
Women's town district Leg is
latiye- year seats (vote for one):
Anne ' Mackie (SP), and Anne
Street (UP) ; Legislature six
month seat (vote for one) : Shir
ley Gee (SP), and Dot Smith
(UP). , I
Men's town district III, Legis
lature year terms (vote for five) :
Bob Aldridge (UP), R. B. Fitch
(SP-Un, John Hawes (UP), Dick
Jaffee (SP-UP), Fred Lehrhaupt
(SP), Joe Parker (UP), Gerry
Russell (SP), and Bill Zucker-
Confab Registration Opens
(Continued from page 1) '
Students and Citizens"; Rev. ,
Swain oa "What is the Role of
the I Organized Church?"; Clay
ton on "Christian Life and Fra
ternities"; and Dr. Alexander on
The Right and Wrong, the Same
New student executive .; co
chairman will be nominated on
Saturday afternoon 'and elected
Sunday - morning. Present ; co
chairman are Virginia Hall and
Donna Hauck, for the YWCA,
and Bill Hogshad and Jack Prince
for the YMC A.
The conference will be cfosed
on Sunday, with a sermon by Dr.
Ashby on . "Christianity: the
Wholeness of Life."
Students interested in attend
ing may register in the Y build
ing tomorrow through Wednesday.
Total cost will be $12. Expected
enrollment is about 60 people.
Roslyn is an EpiscopaKretreat
near Richmond, Virginia.
Acid new zest, fresher color, proper fit to
your new-season wardrobe by sending your
clothes to us for expert dry cleaning and
pressing. ;V;i:;J ; . ;
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Opposite Post Office - 'Phone 4921
But Not This Year
Harried Carolina students
will have a five-day breather
between winter and spring
quarter next year, according
to Calendar Chairman Roy
Finals for winter quarter will
end on March 18; classes ior
spring quarter will begin
March 24. Because of the lag
between quarters, spring quar
ter will run until June 4, with
commencement on June 8, Arm
strong said yesterday.
Fall quarter classes this year
will begin September 24 and
will run through December 18
when the 15-day Christmas
man (SP); Legislature six month
term (vote for one): Jake Todd
Men's dorm district two, Legis
lature year terms (vote for six):
Bill Acker (SP), Ozzie Ayscue
(UP), Max Ballinger (SP), Al
Bryant (SP-UP), Jim Finch (SP),
Allen Frucci (UP), Joe Hamrick
(UP), Wade Matthews (SP-UP),
Jim Rollins (SP-UP), and Pete
Legislature six month term
(vote for one) Bob Jackson (SP)
Gerry Wagger (UP).
Men's town district one, Legis
lature year terms (vote for five) :
Wilber Boice (SP), Marion Buie
(SP), Don Carroll (UP), Harry
Derby (UP), Fletcher Green (UP),
Tom Johnston (SP), Jack Phil
lips (SP), Ed Stevens (UP), and
George Strong (SP).
Men'b dorm district one, Legis
lature-year terms (vote for five):
Pete Black (UP), Bill Brown (SP),
Joel Fleishman (SP), Don Geiger
(SP-UP), Mason Hawfield (UP),
John Ingle (Ind.), Henry Lowett
(SP), and Paul Somerviile (SP)
Purpose of , the program is to
"search for a, personal under
standing of the Christian faith
and its relation to trie wholeness
of life. It is hoped that' the new
life inspired at the Conference 1
will be brought back to the-campus
and continue its growth."
Committee members are Mar
garet Barrier, High Point; Mary"
Lilla Browne, Gastonia; Charlie
Browning, Culpepper, Va.; John
Colson, Greensboro; H. B. Glover,
Wilmington; Caroline Hassinger,
Bristol, Va.; Bob Hyatt, Cherokee;
Baxter Mclntyre and Jim. Mc
Intyre, both of Ellerbe; Bob Pace,"
Morrisville; Raeford Pugh, Ashe
boro; Betty Ray, Faison, and Jim
Shotts, Chapel. Hill.
Miss Barbara Jefferson, Nor
wood, Mass., wlfo holds the Dan
f orth Fellowship here under the
sponsorship of the department of
religion and the YWCA, is con
ference . advisor.
Fraternities and dormitories
will vie for the honor of giving
the most blood when the Ameri
can Red Cross bloodmobile com
es here next Tuesday and Wed
Together the competing groups
hope to donate 1,0UU pints oi
blood in the two-day period-
more than double the quota as
signed by the Red Cross.
Plans for the competition were
revealed yesterday by Joel Fleish
man, Fay etteville, chairman of
the student committee, in a re
port to Dr. R. K. Wettach, chair
man of the local Red Cross blood
committee. He said that 580 per
sons have already- signed up to
give a pint of blood and added
that 10 fraternities and dormi
tories and the Naval ROTC have
not yet been heard from.
In Charlotte, headquarters for
the Bloodmobile, it was announ
ced that the staff for the two-day
visit here is being doubled to
take care of the anticipated rush
On previous visits of the Blood-
ifaio fi-iwin 1 1 1 I
; Colr few lECIlLIICOlOO
with ROBERT DOUGLAS
Uirectea DV Produced hw
LEWiS AHEN JEEEOLO BMSfflT WALTER FERRIS sndJOSERI MB
mobile to the University tne blood
quota has always been exceeded.
Schedules for donors have
been posted on dormitory and fra
ternity bulletin boards," Fleish
Hours betwen 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
are open, he said, and suggested
that students wishing to donate
blood then ask their instructors
to excuse them from either their
11, 12 or 1 o'clock classes.
Students under twenty years
must have written permission
from their parent or guardian in
order to donate blood.
Have Your Eyes Examined.
CITY OPTICAL CO.
- 121 E. Franklin St.
B J fail
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