i 0 PAGE 0 THE DAILY-TAB HEEL. TUESDAY APRIli 22 1952 (Ok InWiKcf Law Wives "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 vited. . Women (Continued from page 1) no perspective and cannot compare this generation with former ones.' Women of uni versity faculties and adminis trations agreed with him al most unanimously. 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. CLASSIFI ANNOUNCEMENTS DEPENDABLE WRECKER SERVICE 24 HOURS a day, Poe Motor Company day phone 6581. night phone 2-3441. . Ch. lxl) FOB SALE OR TRADE WOULD LIKE TO TRADE PROPER ty near Carolina Beach . for property in or near Chapel Hill. Will accomo date 20 c-r more. 3 baths, within 400 ft; of ocean. 317 Alexander Dorm, phone 2-0041. (1-6019-3) Honor Roll '( Continued from page 6 ) 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 Honors Cray By Selection 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 biggest business." 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, LOST 12 RED BILLFOLD NEAR McIVER Dorm. Finder please return to Daily Tar Heel Business Office, Peggy An derson WoodelL (1-6021-2) Folk Corning To Town; This Bring 'env A Look At CfnopeI; Hillfs ; . , 1 - - . . .- 4 ' ; ; .t . Unique? ! : ' . " : INTIMATE BOOKSHOP 205 E. FRANKLIN ST. OPEN TIL 9:30 P.M. CT1 n A v RADIO SERVICE "Our Work Guaranteed" OGBUCIN FURNITURE CO. Vc SALE SPORT SHIRTS - Short Sleeve Dee Values to $4.95 Marlboro Reduced to $2.99 Brentwood MILTO Clothing Cupboard .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. 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