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THE DAILY TAR HEEL, THURSDAY. MAY 1. 1952
Beta. Gamma Sigma
There will be a meeting of
Beta Gamma Sigma at 4 p. m.
today in 108 Bingham.
Tha WAA Council will meet to
night ,at 7 o'clock , in" Alderman
, -dorm to elect "recipients of senior
The Spanish Club will meet to
night at 6 o'clock in Lenoir Hall
upstairs dining room.
Alpha Kappa Delta
Alpha Kappa Delta will have a
meeting today at 4 p. m. on the
4th floor of Alumni. Social works
as. a profession will be discussed.
The Student Party Legislators
will hold a caucus at 6:30 p. m.
, today in the Grail Room, Graham
Men's Glee Club
The Men's Glee Club will meet
this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock in
I! allies uoooositu
An American scholar who once
taught the principles of democ
racy to Latin-Americans, will
speak here tonight on "A Char
acter Sketch of the Two Ameri
cas." The public address by Dr. Pat
rick Romanell, chairman of Wells
College Philosophy Department
wifl begin at 7:30 in Gerrard Halt
It is scheduled to end in time for
the N. C. Symphony Orchestra's
concert in next-door Memorial
Hall at 5:30.
He will speak again tomorrow
evening at 8 o'clock in the More
head Building's faculty lounge on
"The Influence of Ortega in Mexico.'
During World War H, at the
invitation of President Adolfo do
a Guardia, Professor Romanell
lectured throughout the Republic
of Panama on the principles of
He has lived and travelled ex
tensively in Latin America since
receiving his Doctorate from Co
lumbia University in .1937. He
served as professor of philosophy
at the National University of
Panama and visiting professor at
the National University of "Mex
ico, in addition- to holding the
Cutting and Carnegie Fellowship
Romanell also participated as
technical consultant, chief trans
lator and panel member for the
first and second Inter-American
Congresses of philosophy (1942
and 1947, and the Inter-American
Congress of Education, 1942.
His address here tonight is un
der the sponsorship of the Insti
tute of Latin-American Studies
and the Philosophy JJepartmeni. , keep. 3fl grams Qf tobacco burn
Dr. Romanell is the aulKr o long as. possible The con
numerous books and articles. A testants were allowed to relight
Spanish translation of his latest ; the P'Pe onlv once'
book, "Recent Mexican Thought," j pirst prize of 2 corncob pipes
is scheduled to be published soon. was awarded Roundtree for the
record time of 72 Vz minutes, only
Jake Roundtree became ths
new Carolina pipe-smoking cham
pion Monday night at the Quar
terly pipe-smoking . contest of Die
Pf eif enraucher. Runnerups were
T. Mac Long and Tom Keating.
Object of the contest was to
VS. domestic airlines look for
ward to carrying 43 million pas
sengers a year by
17 V2 minutes off the world's un
official record set recently by a
1953. I Hollander.
Uncle Sam Biggest Employer
. Following the faculty-student
. buffet dinner -Tuesday night the
rPhi Assembly debated a resolu
tion aimed at censuring the action
of" the President in seizing the
Wade Matthews, leader of the
5 . proponents of the bill, told - the
: group, "There is a trend toward
A totalitarian government in the
' United : States as is evidenced
- la the Congress by McCarthyism
- and in the Executive by continued
encroachments upon the rights of
- U;o people such as illegal seizure
-ot the steel Industry." "We must
idi something to stop this trend,"
Bob-Pace, defending the action
of the President said, "The Presr
'HiCawA was bound in duty to act as
did to preserve the rights of
- Cbi American people. If necessary
f.'ljia President may act above the
n prostitution to preserve it and
"?tjss nation. However he has not
-;qjfxie soin this." '
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NEW YORK April 30 The
manpower shortage has made
even the most discriminating
employers less fussy this year
and the college graduate who
can't. find a job in June will be
Big employers throughout the
country have been flocking to
college job-placement offices at
the rate of five to six a day and
are putting in bids for nearly
every senior the schools can
First in demand everywhere
is the engineering student.Most .
schools . agree that he can vir
tually write his own ticket. One
mechanical engineers at Rut
gers, New Jersey state univer-.
Others' in demand this spring
are scientists, accountants, chem
- ists, business administration
majors, sales- and merchandis
ing personnel, students trained
in insurance work and teach
ers. Biggest employer of all is
Uncle Sam. In some cases more
than half the senior classes will
enter the armed forces after re-
ceiwng their diplomas.
Even though most seniors ar,e
certain to be drafted many
companies hire them anyhow,
hoping they will return to
work after discharge.
. Nearly all the companies offer
liberal benefits, including- group
insurance, vacations, hospital
ization and pension plans. Some
companies, hoping to get the
jump on their competitors, even
provide summer work for col
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