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rGH 3 THE;BAILYTAnvHEElli TUESDAY MAYI ltUlSSS;
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Dr. William M. Whyburn, chair
nan of the Department of Mathe
matics in the University, will ad
dress the annual spring meeting
of the North Carolina chapter "of
Sigma Xi Thursday night in Phil
Dr. Why barn, who is the re
aring president of Sigma Xi, will
lecture on "Critical Solutions of
The meeting also will feature
the initiation of new members:
and will begin with a banquet
at the Carolina Inn at 0 o'clock, are eligible for full membership.
Dr. Whyburn's lecture will fol
io w the initiation ceremonies.
Dr. H. J. Magnuson, vice-president
of the organization, is chair
man of the committee on arrange
ments. Sigma Xi is an honorary fra
ternity, membership in which is
based on scientific research abil
ity and research done. Faculty
members, graduate students or
alumni, who through actual scien
tific investigation- have clearly
independent scientific research,
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PB Meet x
The Publications Board will
meet at 4L p.m. today in one of
the Roland Parker Lounges, Gra
The Dental Dames will meet
at 8 p.m. today in Roland Parker
Lounge No. 2, Graham Memorial
for a busniess session..
Participation in the Armed
Forces Day parade this afternoon
will be the last scheduled drill
period for the AF ROTC this
. The Cosmopolitan Club will
end its school year activities Sun
day at 6 p.m. with a banquet in
Lenoir Hall. Reservations by
members and other interested
persons should be made with
Miss Irene McDonald in the YM
CA. The cost is $1.50 person.
Phil Hayes, district sales man
ager for Childcraft books, will
conduct job interviews Thursday
and Friday in the YMCA Library
from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. The jobs
are for the summer.
Tonight is the deadline for mak
ing reservations for the Student
DEPENDABLE WRECKER SERVICE
2 HOURS a day, Poe Motor Company
day phone 6531. night phon 2-3441.
. (Chg. 1x1)
USED BOOKS BOUGHT & SOLD?
It doesn't cost anything to let us make
an offer. THE INTIMATE BOOK
SHOP. 205 JE. Franklin Street. . , .
THREE ROOM APARTMENT FURN
ished or unfurnished blocks from
campus. Apply 309 Ransom St.. side. .
Party banquet Thursday night at
Watt's Grill. The reservations
may be made with Anne Mackie,
Gordon. Forester or Joel Fleisch
man. . ; .
The Women's Residence Coun
cil will meet at 4:30 p.m. today
in Roland Parker Lounge No. 3,
Graham Memorial. 7
In Final Two Days
General College students" have
today and tomorrow to. pre-reg-ister
if they failed to make ap
pointments with their deans.
Students desiring to pre-regis-ter
should contact Mrs. Helen
Terwey at Room 303, South Build
ing. Pre-registration closes tomorrow.
Anyone with deficiency in
plane geometry can remove it
through a correspondence
course now offered by the Uni
versity Extension Division.
-The course may be taken
during any vacation period or
during a quarter when a per
son is not attending college.
Those enrolled in the regular
session of the University may
not enroll for correspondence
courses without securing the
written approval of their dean.
"Our Work Guaranteed"
BALLET TEACHER WANTET-JIIE-;
f erably for afternoon or night work.
Vacancy opened for next September.
State qualifications and salary. Write
box 1S25. Burlington. N. C. s
' VAIITED TO REIfT -
YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE DESIRES
apartment or small cottage beginning
Aug. IS or thereabouts. Must be fur
nished. Highest references. Contact
Rolfe NeiU. The Daily Tar lied.
A FOUNTAIN PEN OUTSIDE SAUN
ders. Owner may have by identifying.
See Bill Hood. 407-A JEast Franklin SL
Last Times Today
Preparatory to leaving the United States ve offer the
following articles at bargain prices: -
Chevrolet, 1951 deluxe, 4-door Styleline, blue,
Power Glide, heater, like new condition, in
storage much of life, mileage 6,000. Delivery
Chevrolet, 1950 deluxe, 4-door Styleline, black,
r heater, jradio, excellent condition, in storage
much of life, mileage 11,300. Delivery May 28 1575.00
Ford, 1935 model, deUixe coupe, black, heater,
good condition and low mileage for age, used
only for home to office travel
Washing machine, ABC, good condition
Zeiss Deltrintem . Binoculars, 8-power, 30 mm
coated l objectives, brand new, bought in
- Switzerland last September, local price $138
Movado Wrist Watch, calendomatic, waterproof,
anti-magnetic, automatic winding, solid gold
front, gold numerals, stainless steel back,
brand new, never worn, local price about $165
Leica Camera, Model Ill-a, Summer F-2 lens,
.with ever-ready,, case. Excellent condition,
recently cleaned, oiled and calibrated. The
instrument with which I have made my best
Xeica polarizing filter, brand new, cost $30.80
Telephoto lens for Leica, Hector, 135 mm, F.4.5,
' .with case, excellent condition
Vldom universal view finder for Leica
Argus camera, Model 21 with F 3.5 lens, l.rark
finder rangefinder, flash attachment and case.
Excellent condition. Value $82.00
laspsciloa of articles hj sppolntmenl,
J.Jx. and Mrs. H. G. Baity, Mason Farm Boad
Telephone: 51S1 cr 2-2:31
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