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The official student publication of the Publications Board of the Univer
sity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, where it is published daily, except Mon
day, examination and vacation periods, and during the official summer terms
Entered as second class matter at the post office in Chapel Hill, N. C. under
the act of March 3, 1379 Subscription rates: mailed $4 per year, 1.50 per
quarter; delivered, $8 and $2.25 per quarter.
Sports Editor .
Associate Editor.... Sue
Adv Mgr Wallace
News Staff Grady Elmore. Bob Slough, John Jamison. Angeles Russos, Wood
Smethurst, Janie Bugg, Ruth Hincks. Betty Ann Kirby, Sandy Smith, Al Perry,
Peggy Jean Goode, Jerry Reece. .
Sports Staff Ed Starnes, Martin Jordan, Vardy Buckalew, Paul Cheney, Buddy
BAPTIST: Sunday, 9:45 a.m.,
student Bible class; 11 a.m., morn
ing worship, sermon by Dr. Frank
S. Hickman, professor from Duke;
6 p.m., BSU.
CATHOLIC: Sunday, 8 a.m.,
. early mass; 9:30 a.m., confession;
both services held in Gerrard
hall.' -' -s
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: Sun
day, II a.m., weekly services in
the lecture room of the New West
TIAN: Sunday, 10 a.m., Sunday
school; 11 a.m., founders' day cel
ebrating forty - second anniver
sary, sermon "Forward Together"
by the Rev. Richard Jackson;
6:30 p.m., students in the YAF in
vited to a supper at the home of
J. R. Ellis on Davie circle.
. EPISCOPAL: Sunday, 8 a.m.,
Holy Communion; 9:30 a.m., stu
. dent discussion group; 11 a.m.,
morning service conducted by I.
Harding Hughes, chaplain of St.
Mary's school; 6 p.m., Canterbury
club, program "After Life" by
the Rev. R. L. Crandall; 8 p.m.
evening prayers; 8:45 p.m., York
club meets with talk by Gordon
Grey, president of the consoli
dated University, on "Psycho
logical Warfare and its Implica
tions.'' FRIENDS: Sunday, . U a.m.,
weekly service held " in Grail
room. of Graham Memorial.
JEWISH:" All services for the
quarter have been completed.
LUTHERAN: Sunday, 9:45
a.m., Sunday school; . 11 a.m.,
morning service, "Bridging Hea
ven and. Earth" by the Rev. E.C
Cooper; 6 . p.m., LSA supper
METHODIST; Sunday, 9:45
a-m., breakfast Bible class; 11
a.m., morning worship service
conducted by the Rev. William
Howard; 6 p.m., Wesley founda
tion supper meeting followed by
program presented by graduating
morning services at 9:45 and 11
am.' conducted by. the Rev.
Charles Jones; 5:30 p.m., student
group leaves' for Durham to meet
with the Westminister founda
tion of N. C. College.
k UNITARIAN: Sunday, 8 p.m.,
Now I lay me down to sleep
The lecture dry, the subject
If he would quit before I wake,
Give j me a joke for heaven's
j lake!'- : I '
i-Siary n Washington College
TAR KEEL. SATURDAY. MAY 17. 1952
Ed.. Tom Peacock
service in Gerrard hall oh "The
Faith of Unitarians" by Dr. Ray
1. Not living:
5. Swiss river
9. A watered
10. Wet earth
15. Half an em
22. Music note
28. River (Fr.)
31. At home
33. Weep con
vulsively 36. Perch
33. Board of
40. The Penta
teuch 43. Harangue
46. Treats with
47 Line of
2. Kind of duck 24
3. Part of
ment 5. Viper
6. A wing-
8. To make
16. And not
20. Linden trees
oxtss vc gone
AT LAST WE IS REUNITED
NOW, WE KIN BEGIN OUR LIVE,
AS HOSBIN AN WIFE . AH U.
BRING MAH D-DARLIN' BACK
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Presidentia I Memo
Barry Farber dropped by the
other day and asked that we
write an article for the Tar
Heel every week or so to con
tinue the tradition of the "Pres
idential Memo". Ever anxious
to maintain "traditions", we con
sented., 1. Charlie Kuralt, who's head
ing our committee to preserve
BVP and Steele as Men's Dorms,
brought back from the Housing
Office a promise that -both of
these dorms would house stu
dents next year. This jibes with
a letter we had received from
Mr. Wadsworth previously which
simply stated that reservations
"are being accepted" for these
dorms. Charlie says, however,
that this is no assurance that the
dorms will not be taken over in
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2. Went fo the Athletic Coun
cil meeting Tuesday night the
student body president is auto
matically a member. The ques
tion of allowing freshmen to play
on varsity teams came up for
discussion. As you know, the
Southern Conference voted to
allow it next year, if the indivi
dual member-schools wished it.
Virginia has already expressed
their decision that their fresh
men will not play varsity sports.
I personally oppose the idea of
freshmen playing on the var
sity since I fear that if the fresh
man team loses its best talent
to the varsity, the class teams
will eventually lose their in
tegrity and in actuality be made
up of those who couldn't make
the varsity grade. Also, if parti
cularly promising freshmen can
immediately play on the var
sity, professionalism in college
athletics will certainly be
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year. You asked for it; now yon
got it. Only trouble is that due
to the drop .in enrollment, it
cannot be financed with student
funds without raising block
fees. So, unless some unexpected
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4. With the addition of Cobb
Dorm next fall, it will be nec
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for elections. It will be an ideal
time to reduce the size of the
two, gigantic legislative dis
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