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THE DAILY TAR HEEL
FRIDAY, APRIL 10
UNC Dr'ama Sfud
by Huih Hincks
Aiine Miller, a dramatic arts
major here, who 'plays the lead
in the Durham Theater guild pro
duction of "The Heiress" says,
"The part is definitely a challenge
because of the varied personality
of Catherine Sloper."
"The acting and directing of a
Durham guild production must
be good,' she says, "because the
guild is so limited in that they
have no theater of their own and
not much equipment or money.
Because of this we all feel a
greater responsibility toward the
The play, she feels, is a melo
dramatic series of instances, or
drama of situation which makes
the production depend almost
completely on acting ability and
Miss Miller is with the Play-
Tonight At 8
"The Heiress" will be presented
tonight and tomorrow night in
the E. K. Powe school auditorium
in Durham. Both performances
will begin at 8 o'clock.
Catherine (the Heiress) Is
relayed by Anne Miller, dramatics
art major, and her suitor Morris
Townsend, is played by Kent
Jackson. Charles Kellogg, pub
licity director of the Playmakers,
will direct the play, which is
adapted from Henry James'
makers here. She attended Mary
Washington College . in Virginia
before coming to Carolina.
In this year's first Playmaker
production, "Silver Whistle," she
played the female lead. Her fu
ture plans are for study in Eng
land or graduate , work here, and
eventually to try her luck in New
York. However, she does not in
tend to do regional theater work.
About the play, she says, "It
has been difficult in many ways.(
Commuting was tiring and con-
ditions not ideal, but I do feel
that it has given me a lot of valu
able experience in that I will be
better able to understand the
problems of community theater."
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'Something To Read'
; . Dailies
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the situation is imperative; and
the Governor has referred the
situation to Gordon Gray; presi
dent of the Consolidated Univer
sity and R. B. House, chancellor
of the Chapel Hill unit. The
Governor's action is well ad
vised and proper. Hazing is an
administrative problem until ad
ministration has failed to meet
it. It may be that some will
regard administration as already
negligent; but the first formal
opportunity should be given the
University to clean up its own
The Durham Sun
Dr. Ralph Linton
For Gcrrard Hall
"The Culture Concept and In
ternational Understanding" will
be the subject of Dr. Ralph Lin
ton, Sterling professor of antho
ogy at Yale, tonight in Gerrard
Hall at 8 o'clock.
Introducing Dr. Linton will be
Dr. John Gillin of the Anthro
pology club, which is sponsoring
Dr. Linton, who has traveled
all overthe world, is one, of the
foremost anthropologists in the
United States, tile has been to
Central America, South Africa,
Madagasgar and several Pacific
islands. An accomplished writer,
he is the author of "The Study of
Man." The book is considered
of the outstanding ones in the
field of cultural anthropology. Dr.
Linton has also published two
other books which are currently
in discussion. They are "The
Science of Man in the World
Crisis," and "Most of the World."
Dr. Linton has taught at Wis
consin, Columiba, and Yale and
several other colleges and universities.
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. Grad students expecting to re
ceive degrees in June must call
at' the graduate office in South
building not later than next
Thursday to fill out diploma
cards. Failure to-do so will mean
The panel discussion set for
tonight has been re-scheduled for
May 9 in Graham Memorial. The
title and-participants are to be;
The beginners bridge croup of
the Carolina Dames will meet in j
the : main lounge. ; : of Graham j
Memorial Monday night at 8
o'clock for bridge and canasta.
As a special feature, Horton Davis, !
of University Florists will - de
monstrate flower arrangements.
Square Dance '.''"
There will be an admission
free square dance and mass sing
ing, program tonight at 7:30 at
the Glen Lennox Shopping center. ;
Ttoy vArjaptrbng "' will act : as
master : of ceremonies for the
Ingram ''which' will feature Miss
Ruth Price -and her square dance
team . land Frefd Parrish, director ;
of the Durham. Docey-Does:' -' ' '
The University's school of
education bus was involved in a
two-car accident yesterday
shortly after noon at the Caro
Damage to the vehicles was es
timated at $900. The bus was not
Police reported the bus pulled
out of the alley behind Peabody
hall into Columbia street and
rammed a vehicle driven by John
French, sophomore from Southern
Pines. French, in turn smacked
an automobile driven by Lee
Wiley, the investigating officers
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ed (?) by mention here until
they (and you) pick up the
morning paper and get around
to this column in class after,
of course, Pogo, Lil Abner, and
the crossword puzzle. Or per
haps you may choose more ap
propriately to read it during
your morning constitutional (I
think that's what I should call
it here.) At any rate, here's
hoping you get a bang out of
this business. Incidentally, if
any of you know any good penpal-clubs,
please let it be known
T. Mac's gonna need some
new friends after this.
(Cohtinue' jrom page 2j .
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com piish'' absolutely 'nothing, al
though controlling legislature,
et al. .
3. This column will not draw
any letters-to-the-editor.' '''! " .
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IN CHAPEL HILL
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Prior of St. Andrew's Monastery
A PREACHING M I SSION ON
tl CW APEL OF THE CROSS
Sunday, April 20: 1 1 a.m. and 7:30 D.m.
MondayAprilli ZiSOp.m:' ;
; Tuesday, April 22: 7:30 p.rri;
Two traffic officers stopped a
Carolina student outside of
Chapel Hill yesterday, for a
routine license check.
The student, a lanky, good
looking blond, fumbled in her
bill fold then finally reluctantly
handedover a printed card.
The card didn't bear the
slightest resemblance to an
The puzzled officers pointed
out once -again that they would
like to' chegz her driver's
license. Replied the sweet,
young thing, still searching her
"Well, I just thought you'd
like to have something to read
until I can find it."
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16. Gold (Her.)
19. A demand
23. Get back
25. One who lies
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34. Prefix to
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TO THE LIBRARY
Through the years booksellers and librarians Work at one
of the most important tasks of civilized society. Like members
of any large family; we tend to grouse at ach other's atti
tudes and to make jokes at each other's expense.
Today we of the Intimate Bopkshop would like to set aside
these family quips, and to extend our good wishes to the
Library crew. May their new building live, up, to .their fondest
hopes. May their indexes never be jumbled, nor their books
roam to strange shelves. May the future, as the past, see ouc'
debt to them grow ever largerl ,! " !
And if tomorrow, strictly within the family of readers, we '
let slip some crack at librarians' ways, we hope tHeyll under-
stand that deep down, and always, there 'is" a sincere, apprecia-;
tion of a difficult job well done
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