SATURDAY, MAY 21. 1955
THE DAILY TAR HEEL
MISS WHISNANT GETS CORNELL GRANT
Miss Nancy Whisriant, senior from Charlotte, has been awarded
a two year scholarship to the Graduate School at Cornell University,
announced Dean Isabel Peard, dean of women at Cornell, yesterday.
Miss Whisnant has been active on the UNC campus, participat
ing as chairman of the Women's Honor Council, a cheerleader, YM
CA cabinet member, Yearbook Beauty coeditor, homecoming queen
and dean's list student.
Crawford, Formyduvall Are
Temporary Summer Chairmen
Continues Through Saturday
Graduation values cum lauds. Stock up on year
round or summer clothing you can't go wrong.
Large group tweed suits, ivy model, in small her
ringbones; charcoal grays, browns reduced from
60.00 to 39.99.
All Linett ivy model suits reduced from 60 to 36.99
Every wool sport coat in stock substantially reduced
One group imported Shetland jackets, ivy model, cut
from 42.50 to 17.99.
Karris tweed jackets reduced frcm 48.75 and 45.00
to 21 .99; 29.99 and 34.99.
Group handwoven tulloch Shetland jackets cut from
55.00 to 29.99.
Gifalina polo shirts, sixe small only, reduced 50
frcm 3.50 to 1.75 nd 3.00 to 1.50.
All genuine moygashel irish linen suits; oure silk
suits, all movqashel Isnon jackets, reduced 50
AH dsnim jackets reduced from 16.50 to 8.99.
Croup shirts, values to 5.00, button-down and round
collars, reduced to 1 .99.
iv other tempting values well worth your val
Hazel Crawford, Ponte Verda '
Fla., and Bill Formyduvall, Blad
enboro, were chosen temporary
co-chairman of the Summer Ac
tivities Council at its first meet
ing on Thursday.
According to a report from a
council meeting held yesterday,
pians are being made for a water
melon iestival and welcome party,
activities to be sponsored by
Woollen Gymnasium, dances, in
terdormitory events, picnics, a
summer newspaper and movies.
Mrs. Kirstin Milbrath and John i
Kiebel, 0f the YWCA and YMCA
respectively, are the Council's ad
visors. The Summer Activities Council
is a joint planning group com
prised of members of GMAB,
YiICA, the Panhellenic Council,
Interfraternity Council. Women's
Positively Last Time
All students who have not
picked up their Yacks must do
so today between 11 a.m. and
1 p.m., according to Co-Editor
Wright said this is positive
ly the last , time.
Residence Council, Interdormitory
Council and the various church
Pate Is Chosen Prexy
Of 1955-56 Cardboard
William S. Pate, Goldsboro, was
elected 1955-56 president of Card
board at a meeting held recently.
Other officers elected were An
drew Kistler, secretary, Morgan
ton; Craig Horsman, head, of office
staff, Greensboro; Buddy Clrk,
head usher, Louisville, Ky., and
Miss Connie McMahon, head of ar
tist staff, Asheville.
According to Pate, the new of
ficers wish to elevate the Card
board organization to a position
paralleling that of the rest of the
organizations on campus and to
increase its prestige and efficiency
in the coming year. He added that
they also wish for the fullest co
operation of the student body in
the fall to insure the success of
card stunts at the football games.
over i n
Phi Gams Plan
Phi Gamma Delta social frater
nity has announced that its dining
rnnm will Via nnon fnr thf first UPS-
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sion of summer school.
Rates for meal combinations are
as follows, according to a frater
nity representative; breakfast.
lunch and dinner for $75; lunch
and dinner, $65; breakfast and
lunch, $50; dinner, S40; lunch, S30;
and breakfast, $20.
For information concerning
meals Joe Mavretic .at the Phi
Gai" may be contacted, according
to the spokesman.
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Two rooms, 101 s and 110, fcf
Alumni Hall will be open during
I exams for studying.
T H A
To all of our patrons who helped .make
the first year's operation of STEVENS
SHEPHERD a most successful one.
Congratulations to those who have completed their scholas
tic endeavors on The Old Hill. May the future shower its bles
sings upon you as you take your place in your chosen profession.
To those of yoy who will return this Fall, we wish "you a pros
perous and enjoyable summer vacation. Upon your return to
Carolina, you will find STEVENS-SHEPHERD offering the smart
est and most complete selection of apparel for men ever offered
in Chapel Hill. Our ladies shop will be completed by September
to give you gals the finest array of sportswear and accessories
Again, our sincerest thanks to all.
Very truly yours,
Joe Augustine, Mgr.
Tom Bra me, Ass't. Mgr.
Frances Brinson, Ladies Cons't.
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The Cosmopolitan Club will hold
its final meeting of the year to
morrow at 4 p.m. in the Rendez
Election of officers will be held,
after which the group will be
shown travel movies by Marvin
Tryouts for two one act plays to
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into its business."
Larry McElroy, SP floorleader,
accused the Legislature of having
erred in rejecting Holmes.
"Floorleader Exum of theOJP,"
wrote McElroy, "seemed very
willing to accept Holmes at the
meeting of the Appointments
Committee, which recommended
him favorably to the Student Leg
islature. I regret that Mr. Exum
has changed his stand, for I think
highly of him."
Most Eating Places
Plan. To Stay Open
Just about all local eating
establishments will be open
during the summer, survey
be given on June 6 by the Caro
lina Playmakers will be held Mon
day at 4 p.m. in the Playmakers'
Students having offices in Gra
ham Memorial must turn in their
keys before the end of the semes
ter. Deposits will be forfeited for
failing to turn in the office keys.
Keys will be reissued at the start
of the fall semester.
The Canterbury Club will de
bate the following resolution at
its meeting tomorrow night "That
any person who applys to the Uni
versity should be admitted regard
less of race or nationality."
The meeting will be held at 6
o'clock at the parish house. Sup
per will precede.
The Community Drama Group
will meet tomorrow at 7:45 p.m. in
the Library assembly room. Mary
Smith will direct Noel Coward's
Blithe Spirit. Copies of the play
may be obtained from Stella Lyons
in the post office.
The BSU will hold its spring
banquet tomorrow night at the
Baptist Church. Dr. E. McNeil Po
teat will speak.
Chaplain John W. Hulme will
speak at the Carolina Christian
Fellowship Monday at 7:30 p.m. ( of seniors.
in the APO room of GM. HUime , demoiselle Magazine is of!,:
is a chaplain to the armed forces IS the tvv0 best articIt,
at Fort Bragg. The meeting., open p
to thp public. j check
Th- Westminster Fellowship will ! Manuscripts should be sent t ,
meet a the Hut tomorrow at 6 ! College and C xcers Made
p.m. to go to Battle Park for a pic- j selle 57o Madron Ave., V
nic supper and program in honor ; 22, N.
Big "G" Sale
Lady Milton Shop
Ml Haymoker and Greta Piartry Sportswear reduced
Ml dresses by famous nantucket naturals reduced
Many shirts added to sale reduced at least
Ail matador pants reduced 40
Other exciting values
Milton's Clothing Cupboard
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