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CHAPEL HILL, N. C. FRIDAY. APRIL 18. 1952
VOLUME LX, NUMBER 150
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OMAHA The rampaging
Missouri river burst through.dis
integrating dikes at Phelps City
and Watson, Mo. The Army
warned that the levees protect
ing East Omaha and Council
Bluffs, la., might be undercut.
RALEIGH Governor W. Kerr
Scott observed his 56th birthday
. yesterday with no parties or other
WASHINGTON Sen. Paul
Douglas (D-Ill.) yesterday threw
his support to cohort Estes Ke
fauver (D-Tenn.), for the demo
cratic presidential nomination.
"He is the best available candi
date of our party," said Douglas.
BOSTON Sen. Robert Taft
yesterday stated Congress should
consider impeachment of Pres
ident Truman for his actions in
the seizure of the steel industry.
LEAKSVILLE T woarmed
bandits yesterday held up the
Leaksville Bank and Trust com
pany and escaped with $56,000
MUNSAN The Communists
truce team pressed yesterday to
resume negotiations on prisoner
exchange. There was still no sign
of breaking the dogmatic dead
lock. Dr. Monroe
Leadership training for all new
coed officers, sponsored by. the
Women's Residence council, will
begin Tuesday, "t 8 p. m. ;jn
Roland Parker louiige in Gra
Dr. David Monroe, professor of
political science, will speak on
'Parliamentary Procedure on the
Campus." After his . talk, the
meeting will break up into com
mission meetings. -
The six commissions will be
made up of Women's Honor Coun
cil and coed Student council mem
bers; dorm presidents, vice-presidents,
house managers, and
house council members; j coed
Legislature members; Pan-Hellenic
council members; Indepen
dent Coed board, and Women's
Athletic association" officers. : ; ;
Wednesday at 8 p. m. in RoT
land Parker lounge, ' Dean ; oi
Women R. H. Wettach wiU spak
on "The Responsibilities of Coed
Leadership.? !: ; ' - ' -
Probe l G rou p A T
The Trustee committee ap
pointed hj Gov. Kerr Scott to
investigate student supply
stores in the Consolidated; Uni
versity, will be in -Chapel Hill
today. - .
Headed by Lt. Gov. Pal Tay-:
lor. iLo commiilee will lour tha
stores on campus from 2 pJ&.
ntil 3 pan. - Students la'ay' talis
with snerabs rs of Ih committso '
fley ihel .. lirnf, -by .crr&rcicj :'
confart ac hcvdi t.i Cii 'Dssa cf
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THESE MEN ARE AlONG THE PRINCIPALS in the Library dedication ceremonies ioday.
Ai left is Robert B. Downs of ihe University of Illinois who will extend greeiiftgs on behalf of the
nation's libraries. Dr. Howard Mumford Jones (center), a former English professor here, will be ihe
principal speaker in the 11 a.m. dedication exercises in Memorial Hall. At right is Charles E. Rush,
director of University libraries.
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Western Union Officials Operate VifliouS'
Striking Employees; Local Picket Likely
By Bob Slough
The Chapel Hill Western Union office reopened yesterday
afternoon but union employees involved in the two-week
walkout refused to return to work.
W. H. Stanley, Greensboro office manager sent to Chapel
Hill to reopen the local office,
said, "We, (the company) are re
opening more offices everyday,
arid in North Carolina now have
more than 160 points from which
messages can be sent and'' re
ceived." The Western Union tcjsgraph
ers, messengers and clerks, all
members of the Commerical Tele
grapher's Union of the AF of L
have been on strike since April 2.
The employees walked put after
failing to "reach san agreement
with company officials on "high
er" wages, a 40-hour week, and
other " demands," as "Stanley put
it. ; . - . '
Stanley said he would remain
here "until later in the afternoon
when C. T. Bolick will take charge
of the office." Bolick is former
manager of the Western Union
The Chapel Hill employees in
volved v in the nation-wide strike
are" Miss Claudia Cannady, office
manager, and two telegraphers,
Mrs. Lucille . Ay ers, and Mrs." Mu
riel Waters. ; .
Miss Cannady said late yester
day afternoon that a "picket line
will . probably -be formed at the
office, but the Chapel Hill staff
will take no part in the move
ment." ;'.. ' , . - ':
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Stanlev came to Chapel Hill
early yesterday mprning. and con
tacted Miss Cannady who opened
the. of f ice ;, and transferred the
f urids. i, "We . then reopened' the
.circuit ; and -started operatng,"
Stanley said. The office will open
aV 9 o'clock each; mornings "
Meanwhile, Western' Uoion of
ficials clairried they had reopened
inope than 1,030 'offices (through
out C thd nation -and could7 'how
haptitet ;a3 c jbuch as 65 : pr the
wozlz befiiis doaa lief ore 'tiie walk-
but." . "4,Bicl-ti-wxrir movements
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tar.any inn:r clllcs havs brun;
Chancellor H. B. House yes
terday announced he would ap
point a student - faculty com
mittee to investigate alleged
hazing on campus.
He made Ihe announcement
after receiving a letter from
Gov. Kerr Scott which said he
- was turning the matter over to
University officials. The Gov
ernor referred to a letter writ-,
ten by ex -Editor Glenn Harden
which said "hazing is out of
hand" here. ' -
The Chancellor said the
names of those on ihe com
mittee will be released later.
- Free Java
Students looking for free java
and doughnuts will find them at
10:30 a.m. tomorrow in Graham
Memorial main lounge at the student-faculty
The informal morning affairs
are intended to. promote student
' " The final examination schedule for spring quarter was released
yesterday by Ed Lanier, director of Central Records office.
; No student may be excused from a scheduled exam except-by
' the Infirmary in case of illness, or by his General college, faculty
1 adviser or his dean. V;
: 2. pjn. Classes r;........:....,.. Saturday, May 24th; at 8:30 a.m.
8 a.m. Classes ..:...........;:.. Saturday, May 24th, at 2:00 p.m.
: 9 amr Classes .:.:....:..... Monday, May 26th at 8:30 a.m.
All 3 p.m. classes and Bus. Adm.
) 71 & 72 and all classes "not otherwise .
V provided for ui.this scheduled jylonday, May 26th,- at 2:00. -pjn.
410 ;aa?i;;fClasses; Tuesday, May 27th, at 8:30 a.m.
; Common Examinations (All French, ' ' ,
Crerman, Ss Spanish. courses - ' "."
tiutnbered l, 2, , & 4). l.Tu3sday, May : 27th, at 2:00 pn.
:li;axa: glasses jJ. Jj. VTci .ZlayCilvst 83 a jn.
;l"pjn. Cles i.. Vcancrday. Itav 2Cth. t 2:00 n.m.
Charlie Spivak and his orches
tra will serenade senior and jun
ior class members with a concert
in Memorial Hall on May 20, key
noting the first Junior-Senior
Events will start May 14 with
the innovation of Senior day. The
lucky seniors will be excused
from all classes with the excep
tion of those having scheduled
quizzes. Senior day is planned
so that seniors may talk with
their deans during , that time,
Archie Myatt, president of the
class, said yesterday.
. At 4:15 on Senior day, "seniors
will hear addresses by Dr. J. C.
Lyons, Tiead of commencement
exercises, and J. Maryon Saunders,
executive-secretary of the Alum
ni association The talks will be
in Memorial Hall.
Monday night, May 19, the sen
iors will be treated to a late show
at . the . Carolina theater, at. 11
o'clock. Coeds will be given late
Winding up events will be the
traditional "Barefoot Day" for all
seniors May 21.
Winding up events "will be the
traditional "Barefoot Day" for all
seniors on May 21. The Junior
Senior softball game at Hogah's
Lake is scheduled for. that after
noon ; with refreshments served
Are To Speak
For i ! O'Cloek
Dedication exercises for the
addition to the University li
brary will begin this morning
in Memorial Hall at 11 o'clock.
The principal address will
be delivered by Dr. Howard
Mumford Jones, former mem
ber of the University faculty, now
a distinguished English professor
at Harvard university. The topic
of Dr. Jones' talk will be "The
Library in Higher Education Its
Importance and Support.'
Robert B. Downs, director of
libraries at the University of Illi
nois and president-elect of the
American Library association,
A television program featur
ing the addition lo the Library
will be televised tomorrow at 3
pan. over Greensboro's WFMY
TV. The half hour program will
show some 25 scenes from ihe
new addition as well as gen
eral interest scenes. It was
written by Robert H. Bartholo
mew and photographed by- Sam
Boone, both of the Library staff.
will extend' greetings from libra
ries throughout the nation. He
is. a former UNC librarian. Greet
ings from the students will be
given by President Henry Bowers.
Dr. George B. Cutten, former
will offer the - invocation, ana
Chancellor Robert. B. House will
Dedicatory gifts will be an
nounced by University Librarian
Charles E. Rush.
Dr. L; R. Wilson, UNC Libra
rian for 31 years and now profes
sor of library science and admin
istration, will preside over a sym
posium featuring this afternoon's
progim. Speakers will be Libra
rian Downs and Librarians Carl
M. White and Herman Fussier,
son of Dr. and Mrs. : K. H. Fuss-
lexr.oi wiapei nm. wmte is here
from Columbia and Fussier from
Discussions will be led by Li
brarians Jack Dalton, University
of Virginia; WiUiara H. Jesse,
Tennessee; Guy R. Lyle, Univer
sity of Louisville, and Benjamin
E. Powell, Duke University.
A reception and tea will be fol
lowed by an open house and in-
ecuon 01 me j-iorary will con-
All 11 o'clock classes , lhis ;
morning have been suspended ?
in order that studsnls may &s 1
fend, the special convocstica fc?c
lb dedicaiioa :- 3 ijzizsf.:
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