FRIDAY, APRIL, 4, 1952
TOE DAILY TAR HEEL
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1 Special to The Daily Tax Heel
RALEIGH, April 3 Students
planning to graduate in June may-
apply now for appointment as an
officer in the Navy.
An office for Naval officer pro
curement opened this week here
in the post office building. It will
aid in the processing of applica
tions from students from UNC,
Duke, and State college.
LCDR. L. J. Poisson, who is in
charge of the office, asked stu
dents who are interested to write
a card or letter to him for infor
mation .concerning the various
programs. Preliminary question-
aires will be sent in reply to all
inquiries to determine if the ap
plicanjt is eligible to apply and
for what programs.
Basic qualifications for naval
officers under the program are
that they have an AB degree from
an accredited college or univer
sity, be a citizen of the United
States, and be between the ages
of 21 and 27. -
Final' interviews and examina
tions - are given on Monday's,
Wednesday's and Friday's of each
week at the Navy recruiting of
fice in the post office building.
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in those three years, all we re
ceived in reply was an uncertain
reference to dorm social rooms,
which program, as we all know,
was accomplished more by the
IDC and the Housing office than
by the executive branch.
"It behooves them to give us
some proof that in three years
they iiave accomplished some
thing beside our embarrasment
before they ask our support for a
"I have been called negative
and have been 'accused of mud
slinging (of course, the most sub
tle, insidious, way to sling mud
is to accuse someone of slinging
mud on you) because I have per
sisted in giving the issues of the
campaign, and have frankly ac
cused them of three years of do-
"I have been accused of not pre
senting a positive platform. We
. simply preferred to wait until we
. could consult you the students,
: ,,who have been ignored so long.
"Well, here it is as you the
, students gave it to us and please
notice that each plank is one that
, can -actually be accomplished by
student . government. Please no
tice further that each plank is
.adequately explained, telling ex
actly what ! we propose and how
we propose to do it. Fair enough?
VLet me i say in closing . that
. more important than giving a
platform, is being sincere. Being
sincere in,, choosing legitimate
planks. Being sincere in asking
, ithe, student body for these planks.
. .Being sincere.; in .planning to do
.your., dammedst , to see vthat the
platform. is -accomplished." h ..
Special to The Daily Tar Heel.
DURHAM, April 3 Today's
popularity of the cynical author
is me cause or erave concern
about America, poet Carl Sand
burg .warned a Duke university
"Where is the interest in the
works of those who are concerned
with building of man and society
men - like Lincoln and Jeffer
son? There is nothing but si
lence!" Sandburg told his au
dience here Wednesday night.
Today's attention is paid to men
like Aldous Huxley "that con
sumate cynic who don't believe
in nobody .or nothing, no time, no
where" instead of men like his
brother Julian who represent
more constructive interests.
Commenting on William Faulk
ner, America's latest winner of
the Nobel prize for literature,
"Deep down in Faulkner is au
thentic genius. I would not pre
sume to question him. Most of
the' things-he writes about exist,
but it is an undue stress."
When Faulkner went to Swe
den to receive the Nojpel prize,
he made a sincerely confident ad
dress on his faith in the destiny
of man, Sandburg pointed out.
"But where is this faith in his
books?" the poet asked.
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the first pubile meeting the can
didates for secretary-treasurer
had to express their views. For
it was at this time that after I
had been given the opportunity to
speak first, I announced that if
we Were to increase our efforts
in the direction of the completion
of such projects as the improve
ment of dorm social rooms and
the establishment of a more ade-
quate university scholarship fund,
it would be necessary to secure
additional funds in excess, of those
already provided by the block
"I then suggested this alterna
tive: either we could increase the
fees (to which increase I was op
posed then and am still opposed)
or we could ; secure additional
money from another source. This
source, I pointed out, could very
well be taken from the profits of
the Book Exchange, if some of
this money were made available
by the Board of ' Trustees, a spe
cial committee of which is now
considering the possibility.
"My opponent spoke next. He,
too, favored using the Book Ex
change profits or so. he said in
his remarks. This is not surpris
ing, for I have yetto meet a stu
dent who is opposed to the idea.
Penegar's opponent is Ed Gross
(Continued From Page 1)
(B.V.P. Dormitory). 7
2. Increase participation in
Student Government all ; UP
candidates are pledged to return!
government to the students (Old
"3. Cooperation rather than co
ercion in dealing with South
Building the interests of South
Building and the Student Body
are not necessarily opposed. (Al
"4. Re-establish Tarnation on
campus, tbtacy Juormitory;.
"5. Combat the proposed re
moval of students rfom Battle-
Vance - Pettigrew and Steele
Dormitories. (B.V.P. Dormitory).
6. Supplant government by
crisis and run student government
on an even keeL (Student in Gra
7." Investigate policies of 1 the
Book Exchange ... UP candidates
are dedicated to seeing that Uni
versity services are fairly operat
ed and with most benefit to the
students. (Old East Dormitory).
"8. Continued effort at Social
Room establishment." 1
. The UP fills out the' rest of its
piatiorm witn proposals to op
pose reduction oft Student Legisla
ture size; wprovide a dispensary
for Infirmary at Woollen Gym;
establish check-cashing service at
Lenoir hall; seek to provide more
advisers for the General College;
fight any raise in block fees; and
work with South Building to pro
vide more self -help, jobs for qual
ified students'. , - .
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here April 25. Chancellor House
said yeslerdav. Any student or
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hearings thai afternoon should
see Roy Holslen. dean of stu
dents office, for appointments.
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