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r4BSS!toUAY, JUNE ' 26, 1S52
HE TAR HEEL
by Gloria Phillips
Tomorrow night's a chance to
ea everybody, gctv acquainted
cad have a good time. You can
take your pick of the things you
Trent to do. Seed time wiU start
about 7 pji. xrcund Davie Pop
lar. The hichlicht of the evening's
entertainment will be the crown
ing of thft Watermelon Queen.
Pictures of the candidates are
posted at the "1T and the girl
receiving the most penny votes
will be the lucky young lady.
Queen nominees are Joyce Wil
liams sponsored by Connor Dorm;
Wynne Norman, Alderman Dorm;
Patricia Permentcr, Phi Kappa
Sigma; Elizabeth Nurry, Kenan
Dorm; Carolyn Gibson, Everette
Dorm; Jean Summers, Delta
Kappa Epsilon; Betty Ann Mitc
hell, Spencer Dorm; Harriet Hall,
Lewis Dorm; Jane Cate, Connor
Dorm; Beverly Lively, Alpha
Gamma Delta; Joan Blocher, Pi
Beta Phi; Ann Hughes, Kappa
Sigma; Carman Nahm, Old East;
Fran Berry, Chi Phi and Mary
Ann Blair, Mangum Dorm.
Visiting the Alpha Gamm hou
over th6 weekend were Adrian
Dunn, June graduate, who was
the guest of Johnnie McLaren,
and Carol Jones and Jane Clancy
from Washington guests of Ellen
Downs. Coming down from Rich
mond. Va.. was Dee Funai, who
was also a visitor of the Alpha
whether Episcopal or not are in
vited. Transportation will be fur
nished from the Parish house
at 4 p. m. Everyone come and
bring a friend.
Aside from hot weather, the
weekend also brought a few more
engagements to the Carolina
campus. ATO Bryan Bradfojot of
Black Mountain, N, C. is engaged
to Peggy Henderson, Alpha D Pi
at Randolph-Macon from Hunt
ington, West Va.
Chi Psi Jonas Kessing and
Alice Hazlett, Pi Phi, both of
Chapel Hill, became officially en
gaged Monday night.
Delta Kappa Epsilon Madison
Pendergast pinned Selma Jordan
.AD Pi Carter Richardson of
Chester, S. C, has announced her
engagement to Harry Phillips of
The Phi Kappa Sigmas had a
farewell party Friday night for
the boys going to summer ROTC
camp. Saturday night members
and their dates had a party at
Hogan's with a midnight break
fast. They are also planning a
party at Myrtle Beach over the
weekend of the 4th.
The Lamba Chi's reported to
have a quiet weekend with the
majority of the boys going to
fesby res' san
- m'm'm -
A group of 20 local Presbyter
ians have begun plans for' a new
church in Chapel Hill. The group
which includes Town Manager
and former elder Tom Rose,
originally sent a petition to the
Orange Presbytery in March. Ber
nard Boyd, University professor
of Religion is also among the
group. ; t
Early this month the Presbytery
met in Burlington to hear a re
port on petition. A: 10 man com
mission was established and in
structed to organize and install
the officers of the new church.
At the request of the present
congregation, the commission was
to work with representatives ot
both churches for better under
standing. . V 1 1
The group, which includes no - rnmmeree
students ana wnicn n- TraininiS Institute completed its
sentchurcnmemDersmm- ial seminar here last
m . M l till toAA ' m
up, desires a new week wrier the sponsorship of the
second oirdamed minister, in state Association of
Chapel Hill for theological and nn , the Chamber
pastoral reasons. I w W(ai nf United State3.
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Thpr is no onoosition from the! r,A iav rnurse for the-train-
present church staff or congrega-1 o managers and staff per-
fc.vr&i. o l aViiliC . , -
not to oppose, but to worit wim i erce in the Southeast was under
the new organization.
The present church, whose
minister is Rev. Charles, Jones,
and whose assistant is George
Worth, is a popular religious cen
ter for students as well as towns
Visiting at the Theta Chi House
nvpr the weekend were two
i ninmnap mnmbcrs. Dean Jones
. -4VA- - "
.r.-iLv v - mnd and Bill Colvard from West Jef
ix, tr.wc Tkiferson. N. C, who were on their
Wih.hV and ;their dates, way to summer camp m Green-
Those attending the party were j viile, S. C.
rxri . r- Trnii .Tann ai cu( f Wincfnn-Salpm wasi
VV (til UCdl , ' VrfO V j vllUX U Wfc ..wv 1 -
riaro irariov .TnnpR. Joe Clancy. ! Virc in several Delta Kapps , America", will be" shown Wednes
Tommy Parramore, Ellen Downs, . over the weekend. The rest of day night, July 9; and Dr. R. C.
Franke Belle, Thomas Bo we, . Q members spent the weekend Young, professor ot jviorai rnu-
osophy, University or ueorgia,
will speak Thursday night.
For July 1 11
TheM 6th Annual Session of the
Carolinas Bankers Conference is
to be held at the University from
July 7 to 11. A large number of
bankers from several southern
states have enrolled.
A faculty- of 25 will conduct
classes throughout the week.
During the mornings the bankers
will divide into groups but will
meet together for afternoon and
night sessions. Special programs
will be held each night. Perrin"
Oliver, Ralston Mills, Charlotte,
will address the entire group
Monday night, July 7; the movie,
n n r p The Birth nlace of
Charles Mcflei, and Fred Cahoon. : at Morehead.
A group of coeds from Kenan' The Tri Delts and the Pi Phi's
Dorm enjoyed a trip to Williams- held an Open House last night at
here over the weekend. Seeing1 the Tri Delt House from 7:30 un
Mrs. Bennie Williams, Tri Delt
summer House Mother, was
honored by members over the
weekend with a trip to Wrights
We hear from the drug stores
that the sale of No Doze tablets
Morehead Planetarium two
main floor exhibit rooms are cur
rently featuring" an interesting
display of textbooks and other
The north exhibit room is the
scene of a display of textbooks
written by Carolina faculty mem
bers. There are about 175 texts,
dealing with physical science,
social science, and humanities.
The two most prominent texts are
"The Field of Social Work" by
Fink, and "Practical Business
Statistics" by Croxton and Cow-
den. These are nationally known
and used by colleges.
A large map of the U. S. shows
just how widely-used are each of
(See FACULTY, page 8)
the direction of Edgar H. Cherry,
and included 216 students from
A diploma will be awarded each
executive upon completion of 46
hours of courses specified by the
Institute. Under " normal cir
cumstances, a student will grad
uate after three years of study.
.. Mill Hill I II II '"Si
nWi-.u wis insi!
tlie sinht3 were Betty Neylans,
Paulena Buhl, Mary MacMaster,
Kenan is also having a formal
"dance tomorrow night for the
Piri ami their dates. They will
also hold their quarterly break- j
fast Sunday morning.
Hogan's Lake will be the des- nave mcreasea cuny
tination of the student congrega-; week. Could it be that there are
tion of the Chapel of the Cross a few industrous souls at summer
when they have their picnic school who are putting business
Saturday afternoon. All students, before pleasure?
Lightning Strikes Twice - Jt ;
Chi Psi; Kindles Siighf Blaze
The thunderstorm that hit here second blast hit, was so astonished
that he lost his .footing and fell
most of the way to the first floor.
To Be Given
By Y Council
A supper forum sponsored by
VTvrrA and the UNC summer
AXt,nni1 will be held
next Mondav. June 30, from 5:30
until 7 p.m. on the second floor
of X.enoir Hall.
If vnu wish to eat at Lenoir,
po Vtrriifrh the cafeteria line, and
rnrrv vrtiir- trnv to the Second
floor. : -.AfT.;-; . ? t r '-
Learning" will be the theme ot
the Campus Vesper Service to
nieht in Gerrard Hall. The pre
lude will begin at 7:25 and the
service will last until 8:10 o'clock.
Edlyn Freerks, graduate student
in economics will lead the wor-
shin. George Pirtle will direct
the music, and The Rev. J. C.
Herrin, Baptist student chaplain,
will speak on the theme ot tne
last Monday afternoon might
have brought relief to the majo
rity of people on the Hill, but to
the members of Chi Psi Frater
nitv. on W. Franklin St it
brought quite a scare.
Two bolts of lightning, both
striking within fifteen minutes of
each other, hit two Great Oaks,
riaht outside a window of the
house where six of the boys were
sitting. The first bolt hit a tree
by the rear driveway and split
it completely in half, and the
tree fell, blocking the driveway;
the second bolt hit a 75-foot tree
in the front yard, shaving the
bark off one side in an eruption
of sparks, and started a fire in the
hollow trunk. The fire department
was summoned to extinguish the
No casualties were sustained
by anyone from the storm, but
one of the brothers, Dick Proctor,
who was walking downstairs
from the third floor when the j
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