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v th the Consolidated University
administration. We will also do
well to take steps to safeguard
our resolutions our official opi
nions need to relect only what
is genuine student opinion."
Delegation - chairman chosen
were Marilyn Robinette, "Wo
man's College and Louis Hincks
from State College. Carolina has
not yet chosen a chairman for its
I wo I o Talk
V. J. McGlothlin, consultant
for professional programs, South
ern Regional Education Board,
Atlanta, and Dr. Howard Mc
Clusky, national president, Adult
Education Association, University
of Michigan, will be the princi
pal speakers at the annual spring
c9nferer.ee of the Southeastern
Adult Education Association here
Purpose of the conference,
which will begin with registra
tion at noon Saturday, May 10,
is "to' focus attention on the pro
blems of a V't education in the
southeast and to observe and par
ticipate in "Adult Education in
Action" at the University here.
Miss Marguerite Tolbert, super
intendent, adult education, South
Carolina State Department of
"Instruction, is chairman of the
McGlothlin, who is former chief
of the Trair'ng and Educational
Relations Branch, Tennessee
Valley Authority, will address the
first general session , Saturday
night, ; May 10, in the Carolina
Inn. His subject will be 'What
Has Been Accomplished in the
Field of Adult Education in the
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he had $5 missing along with sev
eral towels. He said he had $10
lying on a bureau but the thief,
or thieves only took $5. '
Also stolen in the weekend rob
bery spree was a chair and a lamp
from the Pi Kappa Alpha house.
Value of these two articles was
set at , $75. The Kappa Alpha's
'lost their portrait of Gen! Robert
E. Lee in the weekend's burglar
izing. . ;
Chapel Hill police yesterday
said ho evidence had been uncov
ered regarding the thefts. Zeta
Psi members, however, suggested
thatithe burglars wrapped the sto
len goods in a sheet and dropped
the contsnts out the window. One
sheet was reported missing from
the room of Joe Brewer.
Most of th3 men in the fratern
ity houses hardest hit by the
thieves had either gone to the
beach , for the weekend or gone
home, leaving the houses virtual-
by R. W. Madry
Television is a glass furnace
for talent meaning, it will burn
you. up if you expose yourself to
it too often.
At least that's the opinion of
Edgar' Bergen, famous star 01
radio and television, who made
several informal appearances be
fore University audiences last
He and Mrs. Bergen, who came
South primarily to appear at the
Durham Merchants Association's
annual banquet, took several
days off to visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Kay Kyser here.
. Bergen brought along his fam
ous partner Charlie McCarthy,
and as usual the celebrated little
dummy overshadowed his crea
But to get back to television.
Bergen made it clear he is not
opposed to this form of art. It's
just not for him, at least not
much at a time, he says. He made
only four television appearances
last year, and he doesn't plan to
do more this year.
"Television isespecially tough
oh comedians," he explained.
"You can't produce comedians
like you produce dancers or flute
players, and in television it
wouldn't take long to wear out
An Outstanding graduate of
Northwestern University, Bergen
told a group of University stu
dents in journalism, dramatic art
and radio that the possibilites for
good wrters are much better than
they were 25 years ago.
He said that Dorothy Kingsley,
a writer he hired several years
ago for $35 a. week, is now mak
ing around $2,000 a week. He ad
vised the young writers to have
confidence but to be "extremely
grateful to the man who gives
you your first job. And don't
quibble about the salary for
honestly you aren't worth much
to begin with," he added.
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able to participate in them, too."
Saunders also added that the
association keeps a complete file
on names, addresses, classes, wed
dings, and honors received by all
graudates of the University. He
said when an alumni group in any
city wishes to have a meeting, the
alumni office here is able to send
them a list of all alumni in that
area. Alumni news is printed in
the review by classes, he added.
Saunders also requested that all
alumni notify the office of any
changes in address so the alumni
file can be kept accurate and up
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THERE WAS STILL AN IMPASSE in Washington yesterday re
garding the on-again off -again steel strike. Cyrus Ching (left),
head of the Federal Mediation Service, talks the situation over
with John R. SteelmaiC Presidential assistant, after the talks col
Presbyterian Unit Elects Officers
New officers of the Presby
terian student group elected at
a recent meeting are Chairman
Bob Farmer, West End; Vice
Chairman Wilbur Boice, White
ville; Secretary Bill Lofquist,
Asheville and Treasurer Edwin
Sunday nighty the Presbyter
ian student group will meet
and discuss forms of church
government, using as examples
the Congregationalist and
Methodist churches. Supper
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Coed In Law School
Wins Poetry Contest
Josephine Howard of Fayette
ville won first prize in the i952
poetry contest sponsored by the
North Carolina Poetry Society.
"Discrimination" was the title of
the winning entry.
Miss Howard is a law school
senior. She also is working for
the Institute of Government here.
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