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i The Carolina Dames will meet
ia the main lounge of Graham
Memorial Monday, right at 8
o'clock for bridge - and canasta.
The program will be put on by
the beginners bridge group, with
flower arrangements by Horton
Davis of University florists , a
special feature. . Student wives
are invited. 0
The Cosmopolitan club will
meet Sunday at 4. p.m. The Tri-
Delts and Stray Greeks . have
Alpha Cam Reunion
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority
international reunion day . is to
day. Locally it will be highlighted
by a meeting at 11 a.m and
lunch at 1p.m. at the house.
Graduate students expecting to
receive degrees in June must
eall at the Graduate office, 202
South building, to fill out diploma
c&rds not later than Thursday.
Failure to do this will mean fai
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TAR HEEL. SATURDAY. APRIL 19. 1952
lure to receive a diploma.
The student-faculty coffee
hour will be held this morning
at 10:30 in Graham Memorial,
main lounge. Admission , is free.
All students are invited.
" Opening Today
' Colonial Motors, inc., will have
its formal opening in its new
building at 701 W. Franklin
Street today from, 9 a,m. until
10 p.m. Favors and door prizes
will be given to visitors during
the day by the Buick dealers.
ECirtg, Bush File
For School Board
A. K. King and Grover C. Bush
have filed for the Orange county
Board of Education, - bringing to
five , the number of candidates
seeking the single vacant seat.
King, associate dean of the
Graduate school, filed with the
Board of Elections last week. He
has been a member of the faculty
for 27 years.
Bush,, of 139 East Rosemary
street, is a forme'r school superin
tendent, principal and teacher in
the public school system of North
A quick peek in "They Went
io College" will give you
205 E. Franklin St.
Have your tires "been wearing
badly? Io you someumes wave
difficulty steering your car? Let's
see if your wheels need aligning.
Our testing equipment gives the
answer quickly and our service
men can check the entire steering
mechanism as wellf Drive in
today. i -
CASTON MOTOR CO
419 W. Franklin SI. : ,Tel. 2
it (Continued from pqgel)
ed with recommending a stand
ard poKcy.for use at all three di
visions of the Consolidated uni
versity, Horton explained. ' We
would like to see a pian surmar
to the one at State college," he
asserted. "They how are getting
15 percent of the profits from.their
store for social-recreational use."
Ken Penegar, edged by Gross
in the secretary-treasurer - race
last weekalso talked to the com
mittee. He advocated turning all
the profits from the campus stores
back to the students. Estimating
this year's profits at $50,000, Pen
egar said he would like to. see a
50-50 apportionment half for
dorm social rooms arid half for
scholarships. - v
Penegar said he made the large
request for social rooms because
"they are lagging so far behind.'
The committee - will . make its
report to the Board of Trustees
meeting here May 26.
(Continued from page 1 )
ments for the day.
The program is being sponsored
by the , University Club and the
Monogram Club with the cooper
ation of Alpha Phi Omega, Boy
Scout service fraternity, and Phi
Eta Sigma, honorary freshman
Guide service will be provided
for the students and those accom
panying them to. Chapel Hill by
members of the participating or
ganizations and by the Scout fra
Economists are successfully
using beer-sales figures as an in
dex of local employment condi
tions. Brewers may soon be in a
position to eliminate a dozen or
so crystal-balling government
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 404k
Or see Ross or James Norwood.
THREE ROOM APARTMENT FURN
ished or unfurnished 24 blocks from
campus. Apply 309 Ransom St., side.
WE FOUNT? SUCH ONg.PgAcJ
THAT BY WATCHW'IT vVB CAN GET 1
Win By 15-6
A little guy by the name of
Menzies and a strong Washington
College lacrosse team proved to
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be to much for the Tar iieei
stickmen yesterday as . they top
ped the Carolina squad 15-6.
Attarkman Graeme Menzies, a
four year starter for Washington,
lead the scoring with seven goals
and one assist. Larry Leonard,
another speedy Cardinal attack
man, racked up four goals and
assisted in three for the visitors.
Grim, Hesse, Jackson, and Dail
scored one point each to account
for the remaining Washington
32. He vent two over par for a 38
on the back nine, but still chalk
ed up the best score of the day.
Tommy Langley, playing in the
number three spot, for Carolina,
shot a par 72 for the afternoon
Tar Heel's number one man, Lew
Brown, went one over par for
73. Bill Williams and Pete Park
er, Carolina's number five and six
men respectively, each had
three-over 75. Number; four man
Jim Ferree shot a 77.
The best Davidson could do
was Wildcat Bob Brannon's 2-1
loss to Parker in tl: number six
Brown (C) defeated Keith (D). 3-0
Black (C) defeated Sloan (D). 2a-Va
Best ball, Carolina. 3-0.
Langley (C) defeated McLean (D)
3-0; Ferree (C) defeated ntzgerald
(D). 3-0; Best ball, Carolina. 3-0.
Williams (C) defeated Barns (D)
3-0; Parker (C) defeated Brannon (D)
2-1; Best ball. Carolina,, 3-0.
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LIPS AS DANGEROUS AS THE FURY
ur iiit yuui luniiACt!
Ann SHERIDAN -John
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Carolina Goalie Lew x loya
shared the spotlight yesterday
with Dickie Harrall, who. played
with an injured chest, and Dave
Cole, who lead the Tar Heel scor
ing with three goals. Lew saved
21 goals to bring his goal saves
total to 141. Harrall, who Teceived
fractured -sternum last week,
donned regular football shoulder
pads to protect his injury and
played his usual fine game.
Carolina 1 3 0 36
Wasluhgton 8 0 3 415
la the d7 when it took a
real Composer to-kaow
Crac Note from seventh
inverted minor chord,
there was a Freshmaa
named Orgatrofd whoso
Aunt had : told him th
Piano vu the Fast Track
to popularity on Campus and thereafter. H
beliered her and took lessons. .
Being tone Deaf, Orgy kicked the Dash,
hoard out of the family Steinway over mis
ing a Coeducational Picnic in order to prao
tica "Forest Echoes". In college, some other
Student with the ivory touch was always
making Orgy's Schubert sound like hydraulic
Brakes. This frustrated our Boy. Next, ha
met a Brunette. She was cold ato Cacophony
hut a Set-up for Sonnets. He took to writing
her Sequences, for which he had a gift. But
she was getting Mail by the busheL His
vaporings were tossed out with the Bills.
Desperate, Orgy got. . Then he saw. a sign
that said Just Call Western Union". His
next Sonnet hit the Brunette on a Yellow
Blank that even She could scan. Her mother
invited Orgy Home for a Meeting. Today ho
is a Foreman in his Mate's Father's Cold
From Matriculation to Old Age, there's
Magic in a Telegram. For whipping a Saw
buck from the Skipper, grabbing a Deathless
Date from the Jaws of the Basketball Cap
tain, or beating a Business Rival to the Draw,
a Telegram does any Job quicker and better
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