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FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1952
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In Kenan-Stadium Yesterday
By Angelos Hussos "
Winsome, willowy Ann Sory, an
attractive blondie from sunny
Florida, got the wink from the
judges yesterday and was crown
ed Miss Modern Venus of 1952.
Sigma Chi President Jim Co
wan crowned Miss Sory at the
Sigma Chi derby held in Kenan,
stadium before an admission-free
crowd of several hundred.
The Stray Greeks won two of
the six derby events, taking the
obstacle race and the hit-the-geek
Roddy Dowd was the "geek."
Other winners were Alpha Gar
ma Delta, strip contest; Pi Beta
Phi, catch the pig; Kappa Delta,
skit, and Chi Omega, wheelbar
It was a double sweep for the
Chi O's, too, for Miss Sory is a
Fran McColl, Pat Todd, and
Mary Ann Brock sang "Frankie
and Johnny," for -the prize-win
ning KD skit. It was adapted
Man and God ... $3.75
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Tho Bool: By My Side .... 4.00
Donne's Sermons 2.50
Rediscovering the Bible 3.50
Peace of Mind ....... 1.00
to the Bible ..... . .35
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to collegiate life with Johnny
The crowd went from bravos to
boos when several hoggish stu
dents stood by for door, prizes
with more than one ticket in
hand. In all, more than 100
prizes were given.
- The five-man panel of judges
had its share of difficulties. Af
ter narrowing down the field of
21 coed lovelies, the judges found
they still had nine contestants for
Miss Modern Venus. Then came
are final selection. Second and
third runner-up were Dot Smith
Bruce Marger, Parent's Day
Chairman, announced today
that he had mailed invitations
for the forthcoming Parent's
Day to be held Sunday, April
27. The invitations were in the
form of a mimeograph letter.
It was sent to parents of all
students other than Law school
The Program is planned- to
introduce parents to the func
tions of classes and. mechanics
of the University. Various col
lege deans will be on hand and
the fabulous Faculty lounge
of the Morehead Planetarium
will be opened for the event.
The University Band will give
a concert under Davie Poplar
while Alpha Phi Omega will
conduct a tour.
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.
Dr see Ross or James Norwood.
SMALL HOMES FOR SALE-GOLD-ston
Avenue across road from Gold
ston Lumber. Company. Look for signs.
Reasonable price-liberal financing. CaU
2-3911 for appointment. Worth L.
Thompson, "Realtor. Graham. N. C.
ONE SINGER SEWING MACHINE
portable. Reasonable for ; cash. One
Franklin sewing machine-portable.
Cheap for cash. Phone 2-5708, J. W.
THREE ROOM APARTMENT FURN
ished or unfurnished 2Vn blocks from
campus. Apply 309 Ransom St., side.
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and Sally (ijian alive') Trow
bridge. Heralded , in advance as "se
cret," event number four proved
to be a chase for a greased pig.
Lightning Liz Currie of Powder
B6wl football fame made a flying
tackle to capture the pig and the
event for Pi Beta Phi.
Red-wigged, puffy-chested Nick
Laverne Ordway, a Princeton
trackman here for a meet, was
entered in the "race-to-the-flesh-contest,"
unknown to the audi
ence. Boy and girl alike gasped
when Nick abondoningly ripped
off his bra and pranced about the
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(Continued from page 1)
elementary, secondary and col
legiate education, Dr. Knight has
set out in most attractive and
readable manner developments
and issues in graduate and pro
fessional education, especially in
medicine, law, engineering and
He describes the work of the
summer session and of university
extension, school support and ad
ministration, teachers and teach
ing, education during two world
wars and the crippling economic
depression that began in 1929.
He tells the story of the. rise
and activities of the mammouth
philanthropic foundations, which
have appeared within this half
century, and . of the increasing
educational activities of the fed
eral government, and he traces
'the "pure history" and "monkey"
bills and loyalty oaths for teach
ers and court decisions which
have involved educational issues.
The rise and growth of univer
sity presses, largely a develop
ment of recent decades, Dr.
Knight dscribes as a most signi
ficant higher- educational activity
and perhaps the most notable de
velopment in publishing in the
United States since 1900. He"
praises the university presses,
says they., are ."here -to stay," and
may become energetic rivals of
trade and commercial publishers.
"Fifty Years of American Edu
cation"" is another of the fruits
of Dr. Knight's diligent and scho
larly research, writing and teach
ing in the field of educational and
social history, which have given
him wide and substantial repu
tation not only in this country but
in Europe as welL
WASHINGTON, April 10
NROTC students at the Univer
sity of North Carolina will join
midshipmen from the U. S. Naval
academy this summer in a train
ing cruise which wil ltake them
to European ports.
The Navy said today the North
Carolina contingent and the An
napolis r Middies will sail in a
practice squadron of 26 vessels,
scheduled to leave Norfolk, Va.,
June 9 and return there August 5.
Rear Adm. James L. Hollo way,
USN, commander, .Cruiser force,
The Cosmopolitan Club , will
meet Sunday at 4 p.m- in the
Rendezvous Room of Graham Me
morial. Everyone is invited.
Newly-elected cheerleader Bo
Thorpe yesterday called a meeting
of all cheerleaders, or persons in
terested in becoming cheerleaders,
in Kenan stadium at 4:30 p.m.
Fifty youngsters from the Ra
leigh Methodist Orphanage will
be entertained at 2 p.m. today
with a Monogram Club Easter egg
hunt in Battle Park.
The Monogram Club will be
assisted by Pi Beta Phi sorority.
Walt Ernst is in charge of ar
rangements with Andy Miketa,
. Vince Grimaldi and John Patsea-
All persons who expect to re
ceive a degree in June should see
thier deans immediately if they
have not filed for a degree.
Easter Egg Hunt
All members o fthe Mono
gram Club are urged to attend
the orphan Easter egg hunt this
afternoon at two o'clock in the
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Atlantic fleet, will command the
cruising force from his flagship,
The squadron will include the
battleships Missouri and Wiscon
sin, the cruisers Macon and Des
Moines; the carrier Saipan; ten
destroyers, four minelayers, three
speed transports, and four oilers.
On the return voyage from Eu
rope, the ships will rendezvous
at sea "on July 17 and proceed
to the Caribbean for gunnery and
exercises " before visiting Guan
tanamo Bay, Cuba, from July 31
to August 2.
Gilson ' ""
(Continued from page 1)
Students of Paul Douglas al
ways spoke of his generous office
hours and his warm and sincere
interest in their problems both
academic and personal. "He's no
fish, like Professor '. . ."-was the
compliment I heard a student pay
him. His undeviating adherence
to principles, his f orthrightness
and refusal to be a fence-sitter
where justice and decent conduct
were concerned,-commanded the
respect of all who knew him
if they had any respect for these
qualities; some don't among al
dermen and legislators.
As for friendship, Paul and
Emily Douglas chose friends on
the basis of character, too big in
heart and mind to indulge in
prejudices regarding race. Like
Robert Louis Stevenson's "gen
tleman," they are equally at home
with a prince and a coal-heaver,"
and I think I can safely add,
"black or white."
News, who will cover the field
of newspaper advertising.
K Both annexes of Bingham Hall
will be used for displays of ad
vertising materials, methods and
samples of products.
Bill York, chairman of the fair,
stated yesterday that the fair this
year has been designed to be of
interest not only to business ad
ministration students but to stu
dents and professors in other
schools as well.
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