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Gets 1,244 Votes
Dcc Schwartz 'Chosen
Homely Dick Schwartz of Tau
Epsilon Phi fraternity is the
ugliest man on campus, the
student body decided this week
in a contest sponsored by Theta
Schwartz will be crowned and
rewarded by . the Theta Chi's
Tuesday night at the Univer
sity Club carnival on Navy
DEPENDABLE WRECKER SERVICE
24 HOURS a day. Poe Motor Company,
day phone 6581. night phone 2-3441.
, (Chg. Lcl)
JNIVERSITY TRUCKING COMPANY
Local and . long distance household
moving. Contact Hauling Cargo Insur
ance. 100 East Franklin St. Phone 4041.
Or see Ross or James Norwood. "
BUY BERLOU GUARANTEED MOTH
SPRAY today and protect your fine
clothes, furniture and rugs. BERLOU
guarantees to prevent moth damage
for 5 years, or will pay for the
damage. SUTTON'S DRUG STORE.
A HAGGARD. BEAT NEWSPAPER
MAN wants a ride to Carolina Beach
or vicinity today. Call Rolf e Neill;
Daily Tar Heel.
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THE DAILYVTAIl ' HEEL SATURDAY, APRIL 2S,' 1 952
field. To win the dubious dis
tinction he gathered 918 votes
in the last five hours of the
contest, giving him a total of
Second and third places went
to Frank Harris of Stacy dorm
itory, and John Taylor of Delta
Contest Chairman Walter
Yopp said the penny-a-vote
profits from the third annual
UMOC contest will be given to
the 1952 Campus Chest.
Roy Armstrong, director of
admissions, returned yesterday
from Washington where he at
tended the annual meeting of the
American Association of Colle
giate Registrars and Admission
Officers. He is vice-president of
Armstrong, who is president of
the Southern Association of Col
legiate Registrars, appeared on
several panels and was leader
Cleveland 5, Chicago 4
New. York at Washington, rain
Boston at Philadelphia, rain
(Only games scheduled).
Chicago 7. Cincinnati 3
St. Louis 6, Pittsburgh 4
Brooklyn at New York, rain
Philadelphia at Boston, rain
'LATE SHOV TONIGHT!
The Star Of 'Kind Hearts & Coronets'
A N D
'Lavender Hill Mob'
is back again!
To En d Today
The annual play festival of the
Carolina Dramatic Association
will conclude this year's activity
today with the presentation of six
more one-act plays, and a special
puppet play by Agnar Mykle.
Also on the program are cos
tume and make-up contests, as
well as a director's breakfast at
the Carolina Inn.
Today's plays will be offered by
high schools from Rocky Mount,
Charlotte, Greenville, Asheville,
and GOldsboro. Following the
final performance in the Play
makers Theater, there will be a
presentation of awards for de
monstrated superiority in play
production and other theater arts.
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State Highway Commission.
The 24-feet-wide surface is ex
pected to be completely topped
within five days if the weather
holds, highway engineers said
yesterday. The work will be done,
by the state because the time in
volved in contract -letting would
take too long.
Motorists needing to get to arid
from the suburban area must use
the Laurel Hill Road through the
Country Club section and continue
out to Mason Farm where they
can turn and come out on the
Raleigh Road by the Pines Restau
The cutting down of banks in
the area which has given rise to
a large amount ' of dust will be
suspended during the surfacing.
There are no snakes
on the I
"Guinness himself is su
perb, eloquent in every, nu
ance and gesture. He has
the material to work with,
a J. B. Priestley cript of
, considerable merit."
"Most of the episodes, as
7V well ! as character details,
; are as amusing a Priest-
ley's edged dialogue and
Guinness thoroughly . pol
. ( , ' Guernsey, Herald
, Tribune. " J
All seniors who have filed,, or
are going to file with their deans,
applications for degrees to be
awarded in June are asked to
notify Josephine Pritc'iard, at Cen
tral Records Office, 302 South
Building if they find they are not
going to clear for the degrees.
A faculty-Student Coffee hour
will be held this morning at 10:30
in the main lounge of Graham
Memorial. All faculty members,
administrative officials and stu
dents are invited.
When good fellows
Indoors or out, when you see a crowd of campus biggies"
relaxing, you're sure to notice that the really smart boys
are wearing Manhattan Soortshirts. The reason ia sJ.
simple sx3 a snap course. Manhattan Sportshirts are style-
ngnt, nanosomeiy tailored,
you just hate to take 'em off,
and short sleeves ... in a wide variety of colors and
patterns all in the finest fabrics. All are the snortiest von
could put on your back when youwanttotake it easy!
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Monogram -Club members sell
Ing programs at today's Blue
White game are asked to pick
them up at 10 o'clock this morn
ing in the lobby of Woollen Gym.
The Presbyterian student group
will meet tomorrow night at 0
o'clock for supper. A series of pro
grams on various aspects of other
denominations will, begin with a.
discussion of the element of wor
ship in the Quaker and Russian
Orthodox churches by Claude
Shotts and Mrs. Maynard Kaighn.
' THURSDAY'S RESULTS
14 PiKA-l Pi Lamb i
15 Chi Fsi-1 . TEP-2 1
6 B-V-P Med Sch-2 4
24 Dental Sch-1 Med Sch-1 8
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