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DAILY TAR HEEL.
; APRIL 1952
8 his Weekend
Alpha Phi Omega
For First Affair
Plans are now complete for
Parent's day this Sunday, and
letters have been mailed to all
parents of University students.
The day's program, sponsored
by the University in cooperation
with Alpha Phi Omega service
fraternity, the Morehead Plane
tarium, and the Band, will begin
at 1:30 p. m. with an open house
at the Planetarium.
Present at the informal session
will be President Gordon Gray,
Chancellor Robert House, and the
deans of the colleges. The open
house will be held in the dining
room of the Planetarium and re
freshments will be served.
Next on the itinerary will be a
lawn concert presented by the
University band, conducted by
Earl Slocum. The concert will
take place under Davie Poplar.
Scheduled concert time is 3 p. m.
Between 4 and 6 p. m., Alpha
Phi Omega will provide guides to
conduct parents on a tour of the
University and at 4, and again at
8:30 p. m., the Planetarium will
present its current show, "Ram
bows and Halos."
Students and their parents are
also welcome to all events of the
Tonight At 7
"Farewell to Yesterday," a
documentary film which covers
current events in history since
1918 through the current Ko
rean conflict, will be shown to
night in Memorial Hall at 7
Just released, the filra pro
vides the highlights of tho past
The picture was chosen by
by the YMCA-Hillel groups to
conclude their series of six
films and forum discussions.
Dr. C. H. Pegg of the History
Department will lead the film
forum which will concern Am
erican foreign policy at pres
ent and the position which our
Ta kp A Ga n de r At
"They Went to Col
' lege'' for the
John ' Colson, , pre-ministerial
student from , Greensboro, assum
ed his duties as president of the
Baptist Student Union in installa
tion services held in the Baptist
Church Sunday morning.
He succeeded Bill Cash, phar
macy graduate student from Spin
dale. Representing the outgoing BSU
Council, Cash reviewed , the year's
work and presented Colson, who
in turn presented the incoming
Newly.-elected council members
installed were Eddie Hickman,
Enfield; Alca Stewart, Marsh ville;
Jim Finch, Richmond; Bob Hyatt,
Cherokee; John Nicholson, Eller
be; Donald Davis, Morehead City;
Hugh Cole, Chapel Hill; Ann
Browning, Bryson City; Miriam
Lewis, Chapel Hill; Bill Adams,
Four Oaks; Ruina Winn, Hender
son; Louis Patseavouris, Rocky
Mount; Ernest Bumgarner, Kan
napolis; Dowd Davis, Beaufort;
Barbara Bynum, Chapel Hill;
Gene Cain, Elizabethtown; Bar
bara Cline, Chapel Hill; Bill
Beard, St. George, S. C; Howard
Janet Merritt, Chapel Hill; Ed
lyn Freerks, Kalmia; Don Hill,
Troutman; Bob Thomason, Flem
ington, N. J.; Maurice Canady,
LFour Oaks; . Bill Cash, Spindale;
Lewis Phillips, Chapel Hill; Carl
Cox, and Mike Brown, Anderson,
Culminating a recently conilet
ed membership contest, the group
held a get-together at Camtj New
Hope last Friday. At this event,
the Blues, losing team in the con
test, engaged the winning White
team in softbali and volleyball
For the past seven months, Dr.
Preston H. Epps, University Greek
professor, has been teaching Bap
tist students the Book of Acts
every Sunday morning at 9:30.
At 6 o'clock every Sunday, night,
BSTTers join together for food,
fun, .and fellowship. This Sunday
night, William Hall Preston, stu
dent secretary from the south
wide BSU office in Nashvillp,
Tenn., will speak to th group.
Approximately 20 members wUl
represent UNC at the annual stata
retreat in High Point 'thia -'week
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