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$2,500 -For First- Prizo
Its say k
Thursday is the last day. for
applications to be turned into the
Dean of Women's office for the
Delta Delta Delta scholarship. In
terested coeds may obtain in
formation .from the dean's office.
: The Presbyterian student group
by special invitation will meet
tomorrow with North Carolina
College , students at Durham's
Covenant Presbyterian Church.
Cars will leave the church at
5:15 p. m.
The r York Club for Episcopal
graduate students and faculty
will meet at 8:45 p. m. Sunday
at the Parish House.
0:30 FOREST THEATRE
OriE OF THE GREAT
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BOOKS DELIGHT PEOPLE
WITH SPECIAL I NTERESTS
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THREE POLICEMEN WERE injured and 28 students arrested
in the latest outbreak of collegiate "spring fever" roiling which
hit Harvard University recently. Shown above above is part of
the 5X0 students who participated in the four-hour battle. The
riot began as a peaceful "Pogo-for-Presideni" rally, with car
toonist Walt Kelly, creator of the "Pogo" comic strip, speaking
at a mock convention. For Pogo's local activities see page one.
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L. C. Cheek, secretary of the
Board of Civil Service Examiners,
said yesterday that a civil ser
vice examination for the posi
tion of shorthand reporter, GS-6,
$3,795 per annum, is noMr open.
The examination is being held
by the recorder, Board of U. S.
Civil Service Examiners, U. S.
Marine Barracks, Camp LeJeune,
for indefinite appointments only,
to, positions in the federal ser
vice at the U. S. Marine Barracks
and U. S. Naval Hospital at Camp
Complete information and ap
plication blanks may be obtained
from the secretary at the local
Danish Films -
Three films on Denmark will be
shown Monday at 7 p. m. in the
Swain Hall projection room.
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On Academic Free
(Special to The Daily Tar Heel) .
NEW YORK, May 16 In re
sponse to requests for further
guidance to entrants in its $5,000
nationwide contest for the best
essays by college students on "The
Meaning of Academic Freedom,'
the National Council of Jewish
Women todav issued a list of
questions intended to suggest the
scope and some major aspects of
The questions are:
What is the significance of aca
demic freedom? ':'
What responsibilities does it
involve? On the part of the col
lege? The teacher? The student?
The outside community?
The judges want to know the
student's views of freedom on the
college campus today. What is
the nature and extent of such
freedom? Do you believe there
have been any noteworthy
changes in recent years, or trends
affecting it?. How, if at all, is it
affected by the needs of national
What is the relation of aca
demic freedom to the local prob
lem of preservation of democratic
The judges do not wish to
limit the area of discussion," it
was explained, by Mrs. Irving M.
Engel, national president of the
council, 'but they do want con
testants to feel free to discuss
any and all aspects of the prob
lem which the student writer be-
, lieves to be pertinent."
The committee of 'judges in
cludes Supreme Court Justic Wil
liam O. Douglas, chairman; Ralph
Bunch, director of the Trustee
ship Division of the United Na
tions "and winner of the Nobel
Peace Prize in 1950; Mrs, Douglas
Horton, former president of
Wellesley College and former
head of the U. S .Navy. WAVES;
Abram L. Sachar, president of
Brandeis University, and Thur
man W. Arnold, former Associate
Justice of the U. S. Court of
Entries in the contest, which
is open to seniors (class of 1953)
Last Chance Is Today
. Today, is the last day to re
gister for the state Democratic
; Only those students who are re
sidents , of Orange County may
register here. Others must re
gister 'and vote in their home
Absentee balloting is not al
lowed for in the primary.
DEPENDABLE WRECKER SERVICE
24 HOURS a day, Poe Motor Company,
day phone 6581, night phone 2-3441.
USED BOOKS BOUGHT & SOLD
It doesn't cost anything to let us -make
an offer. THE INTIMATE BOOK
SHOP. 205 .E. Franklin Street.
JNIVSRSITY TRUCKING COMPANY
Local and long ' distance household
moving. Contact Hauling Cargo Insur
ance. 100 East Franklin St. Phone 4041.
see Ross or James Norwood. - .
COOL. QUIET - FOUR ROOM COT
tage one mile from town. Completely
furnished. Modern kitchen, only $50.00
per month. Call Steve Daliey,- Jr.,
2-5CQ3. - - (1-6037-2)
ROOM FOR RENT: NEAR CAMPUS,
semi-private bath. Breakfast priv
ileges. Call 8301 before 4:30; 4931 aft
erwards. . (1-C6011-1)
both men and women, in all col
leges in the United States, may
be submitted between September
15 and December 31 of this year.
First prize is $2,500 in cash, sec
ond $1,000, and third, fourth and.
fifth, $500 each.
Maximum length of essays is
to be 2,500 words. ...
Detailed instructions and rules
regarding formal preparation and
submission of manuscripts will
be issued at the beginning of the
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