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CHAPEL HILL. N. C. WEDNESDAY. MAY 21. 1951
FOUR PAGES TODAY
WEST POINT, N. Y. Prcsi
dent Truman yesterday alerted
the nation frtr ru-tceiKiA mma,...i
of large-scale warfare in Korea. 1 New ofIiccrs were instal1 nd
The President said he is still hope- ! awardf S'ven last night at the
ful of concluding "a just and ! ' A"
honorable armUice" in the Far ! nlf t held m HoweU HalL
East, lu.t "U7 .il 4,,cw i-oers xaKing over were
'We must also1
be alert and ready to meet trea
chery or a renewal of aggression
if that should come.
THE 1 1 AG UE Gen. D wight D.
Elsenhower sail yesterday that he
is "not aspiring to anything," and
if the Republican party wants
him to run for President, it will
hare to tell him so. Eisenhower
said, the only way I shall take
my other Job will be out of a
sense of duty, and that sense of
duty will have to be communi
cated to me by that great politi
cal party to which I have given
President Rowe Campbell, Tay
lorsville; Vice-President Graham
White, Burlington; Secretary
Treasurer Ann Smith, Warsaw,
and Honor Council Representative
Steve Perraw, Bedford, Va.
Student officers for the state
pharmaceutical association in
stalled were President Charlie
Blanton, Black Mountain: Vice
President Tommy Burgiss, Sparta;
Secretary 'Jackie O'Neal, Louis
burg; Treasurer Jerry Gay lord,
Winterville, and Executive Com
mitee Chtairman Gene Hackney,
F. Jackson Andrews, class of
1 Arg Kayear ctxvat
allowed .1916 and president of Emerson
t jurug company, was guest
Awards given to outstanding
senior class members were the
WASHINGTON Secretary of
Labor .Maurice J. Tobin said yes
terday he will ask Congress to
ratify President Truman's steel
seizure if the Supreme Court
rules against him.
SEOUL One prisoner of war
was killed, 83 were injured and
one Allied soldier hurt yesterday
when guards broke up a riot by
fanatical Communist prisoners
near Pusan. At the same time it
was disclosed that a sit-down-strike
by Korean prisoners, doc
tors and attendants in the main
prisoner f war hospital on Koje
Island had been broken without
SEOUL United Nations truce
negotiators yesterday accused the ,
Communists f "seeking every
vicious means to block a Korean
armistice because of their "fear
of the truth." No progress was
made in the J2-minute session on
the issue of captured Reds who
do not want to return to Com
Marshall E. Cline. law student
from Chapel Hill, has been up
pointed financial adviser to the
Publications Board. Chairman
Walt Dear said yesterday.
Cline will replace Ernest De
laney. present coordinator, in
Cline has served with Burling
ton Mills in the personnel depart
ment and has had extensive ex
perience in financial matters. The
adviser's job is to inform the
board of legal aspects or con
tracts, advisability of obtaining
naw service for the Yackety
Yack or The Daily Tar Heel, and
advising on such matters as the
standard vs. tabloid question.
Dear also said the board was
collaborating with the committee
to revive Tarnation, I
Lehn and Fink gold medal for
highest scholastic average during
four years. Cade Brooks, Fayette
ville. Buxton Williams Hunter medal
for scholarship and campus
citizenship. Earl Brown, Ashe
ville. The Merck awards for out
standing scholarship, Hallett
Daniels. Colerain, and Earl Hat
The Bristol awards for meri
torious scholarship, Hugh Flet
School of Pharmacy student
body award for highest qualities
of character, deportment, scholar
ship, participation . in extra
curricular activities and promise
of future distinction In the pro
fession. Earl Brown, Ashe ville.
Kappa Epsilon award to wo
man student who has demon
strated qualities of leadership,
character, service, - and scholar
ship, Betty Sparks, Draper.
Pharmacy Senate award for
greatest loyalty and service to the
School of Pharmacy, Sam Price,
North Carolina Pharmaceutical
Association award for best pro
gram of the year, sponsored by
the student branch, NCAP, Phar
macy Senate. s
Women's Auxiliary of the
American Pharmaceutical Asso
iSee PHARMACY, page 4)
POGO AND HIS VIEWS
Pogo's worldwide campaign
manager. Cartoonist Walt Kelly,
gave a long, low whistle over the
telephone from New York yester
day and opined: "Good gosh!"
He referred to the people's pos
sum who currently is sweeping
the UNC campus as a candidate
for president. Pogo is being
boomed by smalt orange colored
discs more informally known as
"I Go Pogo" buttons.
Pogo's active managers on
ry. said they planned to end di-semors who plan to ,ttend
tribution tody of the 5.00C Pogo' ; trv fiP . V V'V?-
Lake. If there are any cars that
are going out that can carry a
few people, we wish they would
stop by the Y Court and pick up
an juniors and seniors who have
not found rides around 5 o'clock,"
Senior Class President Archie
ay s resriva
Afternoon Picnic Is Ar Hogon's Lake;
'Grudge' Junior-Senior Game On Tap
Senior class feet will be exposed la Carolina tradition today
as members of the Class of 1932 celebrate Barefoot Day.
All seniors will begin the day of festivities by attending
classes, labs and meals in their i
bare feet. Later this afternoon all
seniors will gather with their
dates at Hogan's Lake for the an
nual senior party.
Festivities will be initiated at
p.m. with a soft ball "grudge"
game between the Class of '52
and the Class of '53. Caqson Yates
and Edgar Betty will captain and
manage the senior team and Jim
Hurley will lead the jtmior ag
gregation. Umpires have not been
assigned by the commissioner, but
the "best available" are promis
ed "without regard to costs.
Soft drinks, potato chips, pop
corn and sandwiches will be serv
ed during and after the game.
Following the game, Jimmy
Dukes', combo will provide music
for listening from 5:30 until 7:30.
Seniors are reminded that
everything in today's program is
buttons which were sent for the
student body. Managers who have
not picked up their buttons
should come by The Dail Tar
Heel office this afternoon.
Ham Horton, deep from within .
the plush seat known as the Pres
ident's chair, yesterday threw his
support to Pogo, . the people's
Horton's statement: "I call on
all good Democrats to help sup
port Pogo, the only possum who
can unite the Democratic Party
at the convention, who will be the
first southern president since An
drew Johnson. He will make no ! ance to its repertoire of feature
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the tradition of
The End of the
'Trip to. the
Christmas and Easter presenta-
At m . m .
nuns, Moreneaa naneianum is
adding a spectacular nef perform- J
ATOMIC sontrss Abb
Lana. alias Mrs. Xavier Cugt,
caichM th a7 and nearly &
cold wia bar briafa against the""
Undscapa of a Las Veaa, Kav.
dissension on the issue of civil
rights, since he is an anibobble
and is not entitled to any.
"He has often junequivocatingty
expressed his stand four square
in favor of the- flag of his native J the same time every night here-1 summer Tar Heel, editor 3iitv
,k mea in tne Beginnmg . . j Walt Dear, rising senior from
the new sky presentation opened j Jersey City. N. J and Wallace
last night at 8:30. j Pridgen. rising junior from Wil-
r-enormances win be given at ; so. win te m charge of the
land, namely the U. S. and A., ! after, and matinees on Saturdays
womanhood, and Mother.
Playmakers Will Caper
Saturday At Own Show
by Chuck Kellog?
In a spectacle of music, satiric
skits and , loud : laughter, the
riaymakers will cut their 28th
annual caper Saturday night at
8:30 in the Playmakers Theater.
All fans of the drama group
are invited to attend the celebra
tion at no admission charge.
"Boone For Sure" is the cap
tion of this year's musical pro
gram, and it will feature nine
new songs, several farcical dra
matic skits, impersonations of
well - known Playmaket ; staff
members and clever stage set
tings and costumes. i
at 3 and 4 o'clock and on Sun
days at 2, 3 and 4 p. m. Special
demonstrations will be given for
groups of 100 or more persons.
Student ticket rates are 33 cents.
In the creation of the universe,
the current scientific theory of the
sequence of events of three or
four billion years ago which un
folded in the beginning of the
Farber said yesterday.
Dear is chairman of the Pub
lications Board and has had ex
tensive newspaper experience
with The Daily Tar Heel. Prison
is advertising manager for the
Anybody wishing to wotk in
the news, sports, society or busi
ness offices should contact Dear
In SDit of aDDroachimr exams, world will be explained. Anthony ! at 2-70S6 or 2-3361. or Prid-
directors Hansford Rowe and Bill i Jenzan. , Planetarium manager, i at 2-3371.
Trotman have rounded up land
rehearsed a cast of over 30. To
gether, these two showmen have
composed most of the lyrics to
go with the music of Frank
Groseclose. Rowe authored the
book, and arranged for scenery
by Don Treat. Costumes are by
Barbara Byrd, with special piano
and organ accompaniment by
Groseclosa and Larry Stith.
"Just what did happen in that
distant past is a matter of specu
lation, but some cosmogonists be
lieve that in a mass of highly
concentrated and dense matter at
a temperature of many billions
of degrees, a mysterious explosion j
took place, resulting in a rapid j
drop of the existing temperature," j
Jemano said. '
Yackety Yacks will b given
out today from 4 p. m. until
t o'clock in th Yack oilic oa
seond noor Graham fctemorial.
Il win ba th last opporruniry,
Circulation Maaagar Hal Wax4
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