U II C LIBIUHY
CHAPEL HILL, II. C.
KEN BARTON, Student Par
ly nominee for president of the
HAM HORTON, University JULIAN MASON, SP vice- JIM McLEOD, UP vice-presi-Pariy
nominee for the presi- presidential candidate. denlial candidate,
TED FR ANKEL, Independ
ent vice-presidential candidate.
CHAPEL HILL, N. C,
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1952
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- KEN PENEGAR. SP candi
date for secretary -treasurer.
ED GROSS, UP candidate for
secretary - treasurer.
ANNA BEASON AND TONI KELLY who have been nominated
for the presidency of the YWC A. Election will be held tomorrow
night in coed dorms and sororities. .
Y Election Set For Tomorrow
New YWCA officers .will': ibe secretary, Joan -Membrey,- Day-,
tona Beach. Fla. and Sue Bul
lock, Stovall, " treasurer. ;
elected tomorrow night by a bal
lot vote to be taken , in women
dormitories and sorority house4
Nominated -for the office of
president are Anna Beason,
Greensboro, and 1 Toni Kelly,
Charleston, W. Va.
Rosemary - Scovil, Greenville,
S. C; Martha McGuirk,: jMorgah
ton; and Barbara BraxtonWhite
ville, have been Dominated for
V ' Mary Lilla Browne,; Gastonia,;
Pat Aydlett, Elizabeth City; Jean
ette Chance, - Lumberton. arid
Bitty Schaeffer, Tuscaloosa, Ala.;
will run for program chairman
and Bish Fox, Roarioke, : Va.f
Shirley Whitf ord, Washington
: iSsa Y ELECTIONS page 7)
Taking their cues from the-cam
paigners in the national political
parties, the campus politicians
made their final whirlwind fling
yesterday before resting cases
for today's election.
Some 1G0 hopeful campaigners
will appear on the ballots seek
ing various campus' offices in this,
the annual Spring elections. Win
ners today will rule the campus
until next Spring's balloting.
. Today's voting is the climax to
two weeks of hectic stumping,
hand-shaking, door-to-door can
vassing, and name-calling, as the
candidates, both party-affiliated
and independent, have gone all
Out to win the vote.
Placards, banners, cards, blot
ters, calendars, and other well-
known means of campaigning
have been strewn throughout
every dormitory, and class room
on campus, indicating, even with
out a glance at the budding trees,
that Spring has come to UNC.
This election's major interest
point has been the campaign of
the two candidates for president
of the student body. A hot contest
has been raging between Hamil
ton C. Horton, Jr., Winston-Salem,
and .Kenneth Barton, Elizabeth,
N. J., for the job. ... - .
The Campaign issue between
the pair has been one of political
party affiliations, and with subse
quent accusations by both candi
dates, the endorsing Student and
University Parties (formal politi
cal groups on campus) have ral
lied behind their respective can
didate. " Sharing the Interest spotlight
with presidential election is the
battle for editor of The Daily Tar
Heel, student-run campus news
Three Greensboro students, two-
men and a coed, have been distri
buting their campaign circulars
and; talking persuavely to consti
tuents in trying to win the vote.
The men, staff endorsed and SP
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jjavia xJUCKner present uauy xar
Heel managing editor, and Barry
Farber, Ind. " DTH columnist, .are
due -to get degrees from the, jour
nalism school in June but will re
turn to school next year. The coed
is Beverly - Baylor, -UP, a junior
in the journalism school and as
sociate editor of the paper.
' Candidates are up for election
to sophomore, junior and senior
class offices, as well as seats in
the student legislature and honor
councils, 'publication board, and
head cheerleader. "
See ELECTIONS, pags 4)
TWO OF THE. CANDIDATES for editor of The Daily Tar Heel,
Left; Barry Farber. DTH columnist who is running as an independ
end and. right David Buckner, present DTH managing editor who
is staff -endorsed and Student Party nominated. Picture of the
the third candidate. Bev Baylor, was not available. Miss Baylor,
a DTH associate editor, is the University Party candidate.
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WHO BELONGS TO THIS lovely pair of legs? This and many
other answers may be had at the Sigma Chi Derby tomorrow at
3:30 p.m. in Kenan stadium. Admission 'will be free,
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Sigma Chi Derby Is Tomorrow
Twenty-four lovelies from eight
campus organizations will vie' for
the title of Miss Modern Venus
in Kenan stadium tomorrow after
noon at the Sigma Chi Derby.
Starting time is 3:30. .
Picked to select the 1952 queen
are Chancellor R. B. House, Mayor
Ed Lanier, E. Carrington Smith,
Vic Huggins, arid Capt. J. S.
Keating,' .J professor of Naval
-The derby will be preceded by
a parade at ; 2:30 beginning in
front of the Chapel Hill high
school I i - - ' -.-
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