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THE DAILY-TAB HEEL. TUESDAY APRIli 22 1952
"Folklore" will be the title of
a talk by Dr. Arthur P. Hudson
before the Law Wives Association
Thursday in the Grail Room of
Graham Memorial at 8 o'clock.
Women's Residence Council
The Women's Residence Coun
cil will not meet today, according
to Joanne Page, chairman,
I . ' Hen's Glee Club
The Men's Glee Club will meet
today at 4:30 at Hill hall. .
Pi Delia Phi
The Pi Delta Phi . group will
hold its weekly supper tonight at
6 o'clock in the upstairs dining
room of Lenoir hall. Those inter
ested in speaking French are in
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no perspective and cannot
compare this generation with
former ones.' Women of uni
versity faculties and adminis
trations agreed with him al
Dr. Jones attributes the at
titude of today's youth partly
to the general fear and anx
iety of the times. He hopes
that college women who have
so violently responded to his
article will find some sobering
effects from it and set about
to improve the situation.
An English professor at
Harvard, Dr. Jones currently
,ist teaching at Tulane.
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Mendel, Atlanta, Ga.; Ancel C.
Mewborn, La Grange; John N.
Mickle, Winston-Salem; Ernest
E. Montgomery, New Haven,
Conn.; Lloyd B. Moon, Charlotte ;'
Albert C. Moore, Miami, Fla.;
Clabe W. Lnn, Petersburg, Va.;
Geraldine Miller, Waban, Mass. ;
Barbara A. Murphy, Charlotte;
Allan K. Norberg, Bayside, N. Y.;
Nancy A.. Nunez, Catonsville,
Md.; John W. Ormand, Monroe;
Morris F. Osborne, Arden; "Joanne
Page, Marietta; Katherine J. Pal
mer, McKeesport, Pa.; Clifton C.
Payne, Rural Hall; Thomas W.
Payne, Greensboro; Carey J. Per
ry, Louisburg, N. C; Adrian T.
Peschal, Chapel Hill; Harry H.
Phillips, Greensboro; Francis S.
Pooser, -Lake Wakes, Fla.; Thad
deus E. Pope, Dunn; Clarance A.
Poppleton, Summerville, S. C.;
James. Poteat, Charlotte; William
S. Pregnall, Charleston, S. , C;
Jack A. Prince, Chapel Hill; Wil
liam' A. Prouty, Media, Pa.; Step
hen C. Pugh, Old Trap;
Betty L. Ray, Faison; Joseph
J. Riddly Morganton; Bobby A.
Rimer, Spencer; Nancy G. Ripple,
Winston-Salem; Barksdale F.
Roberts, Louisville, Ky.; Mark
W. Roberts, Madison; Dugene P.
Rosenthal, Miami Beach, Fla,;
Henry T. Rosser, Hamlet; Eliza
beth -A. Royall, Elkin; Clyde B.
Satterwhite, Salisbury; Black
well Sawyer, Toms River, N. J.;
Jacqueline S. Schnert, San Fran
cisco, Calif.; Janet Schoonder
woerd, Carrboro; Majorie W. Sel
by, Chapel Hill; Ellen Seligson,
New York, N. Y.; Edith Sewell,
Atlanta, Ga.; Edith C. Shanklin,
Raleigh; Arnold C. Shaw, Ashe
ville; Sarah J. Sloan, Chapel Hill;
Robert G. Smith, Rutherford;
Robert H. Snow, Chapel Hill;
Ruth E. Speck, Cleveland, Tenn.;
Alva W. Stewart, Marsville; Jean
Stone, Stoneville; Billy F. Tally,
Winston-Salem; David R. Tilley,
Fuquay Spring; Jacob W. Todd,
New York, N. Y.; Alvis G. Turn
er Draper; Constance Tyson,
Hall Of Fame
Special to The Daily Tar Heel
ATLANTA, April 21 The
name of Gordon Gray, president
of the Consolidated University of
North Carolina, was added yes
terday to the "South's Hall of
Fame for the Living."
Selection was made by Hubert
F. Lee, editor of Dixie Business,
sponsor of the annual event. He
anmed 25 prominent southerners
to the "hall of fame" and an
nounced that the region's "Man
or Woman of the Year" will be
designated at a, later date;
Lee said that anyone may vote
by mail for the "man of the year"
and a "letter from the street
sweeper . . . counts as much as
one fro mthe head of - the world's
Richmond, Va.; Gabrielle J. Uz
zell, Charleston, XS. C; Anne L.
Van Kirk, Orange, Tex.; John W.
Vassey, Chapel Hill; Frederick
W. Vogler, Burlington, Vt.; Ger
ald M. Wagger, High Point;
George B. Walton, Chadbourn;
Hal&tt Ward, Washington; Wil
liam G. Ware, Burlington; James
E. Warren, Roanoke Rapids; Dav
id C. Waters, Germantown, Md.;
Joel S. Catkins, Warren, Ark.;
Edwarft W. Webster, Ridgewood,
N. J.; Winnifred Wheeler, Balti
more, Md.; Reginald S." White,
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.yC'Gefs Health' Grant
A $56,250 grant to the Uni
versity for the development of
a state-wide health and medi-
Lynchburg, Va.; Russell D. White
heart, Winston-Salem; Gene M.
Whitley, Henderson ville; Thomas
A. Whitley, Chapel Hill; George
B. Williams, Raleigh; Amy J. Wil
son, Shelby; David R. Wilson,
Dunn, Nancy J. Wing," Waterville,
Maine; Leonard S. Woodall,
Smithfield; William E. Zucker
man, Greensboro; and Morris H.
Wexler, Baltimore, Md.
cal care program was made yes
terday by the Rockefeller Foun
dation. The foundation announced
that it had made grants total
ling $2,001,098 during the first
three months of 1952 for proj
ects ranging from an encyclo
pedia on the Moslem religion
to an atlas of the brain.
Another rant announced was
for $30,000 to the University of
Florida at Gainesville. It will
be used toward the expenses of
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