Summer School Weekly
FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1955
WHAT'S GOING ON
Friday, July 29
7:00 International Open House. Gra
8:15 Square Dance. East Terrace,
8:30 "A Trfp to Saturn". Morehead
Saturday, July 30
11 a.m. & ?,, 4, and 8:30 p.m. "A
Trip to Saturn". Morehead Planetarium.
Sunday, July 31
Regular Church Services. (See page
8:00 Music Under the Stars. Forest
2, 3, 4, & 8:30 "A Trip to Saturn".
Morehead Planetarium .
Monday, August 1
7:00 Ballroom Dance Class. East
Terrace, Woollen Gym.
7:00 Summer School Chorus Re
hearsal. Hill Hall.
7:00 Rehearsal for Variety Show.
APO room, Graham Memorial.
S:30 "A Trip to Saturn". Morehead
Wesley Foundation Is
Holding Series Of Meets
In conjunction with the Presby
terian students, the Wesley (Metho
dist) Foundation is holding a srie
ol meetings here at the Methodist
Church. This group includes both
giaduate and undergraduate students
and will meet for supper and a uro
gram at six o'clock on Sunday Eve
nings. The theme of this series of joint
meetings is "Christianity and the
World in Revolution". At last week's
meeting they discussed the "revolu
tion" using "You Can See It Now",
a radio-type script as the basis for
This Sunday the group will use
"Lost in the Stars", a recording of
the musical adaptation of Alan Pat
ton's novel, Cry the Beloved Country,
a. steory depicting the "revolution" in
South Africa as the basis for the
Everyone is invited to attend this
series of discussions.
Tuesday, August 2
5:00 Summer Activities Council
Meeting. 2nd floor, Graham Memor
ial. 8:00 Education Colloquium "Teach
ing Economics in our Public
Schools". Speaker, Dr. G. Derwood
Baker, Director of Joint Council
on Economic Education. Forest The
atre. S:00 Organ Recital by John Shan
non. Hill Hall.
8:30 "A Trip to Saturn". Morehead
Wednesday, August 3
7:00 Beginners Bridge Class. Ren
dezvous Room, Graham Memorial.
7:00 Ballroom Dance Class. Terrace,
g:30 "A Trip to Saturn". Morehead
Thursday, August 4
7:00 Summer School Chorus Re
hearsal. Hill Hall.
7:15 Children's Movies. Carroll Hall.
S; 30 Movie "Open City," Carroll
3:30 "A Trip to Saturn". Morehead
First Square Dance
Is Termed Success
The first square dance of the second
session held last Friday night on the
terrace of Woollen Gym was called
a success by the approximately fifty
people who attended.
The most obvious thing missing
was boy?-. There were about fifteen
extra stag girls just waiting around.
Led by Mrs. Beth Okun, the group
did ail sorts of dances, from every
body in one circle to eight people
to a square. The dances are all ex
plained in detail by Mrs. Okun before
being attempted, therefore no previ
ous experience in square dancing is
The dances are sponsored by the
Summer Activities Council and are
held every Friday night at 8 o'clock
on the east terrace of the Gym. Ad
mission is free and dress is informal.
Let's try to make an even split tonight.
YWCA To Have
New Office Hours
The Y.W.C.A. will have new office
hours beginning Monday, August 1.
Mrs. Kirsten Milbreath, the Y.W.
secretary will be leaving Monday for
a two month trip to visit her home and
family in Norway. In her absence for
the rest of the session, the office will
be kept onen in the morning by mem
bers of the Y.W.C.A. group under
the supervision of group president,
Hazel Crawford. All persons wishing
to contact the Y.W. on business are
asked to direct their communications
to Miss Crawford.
YDC Rally To Be
Transportation will be available to
the UXC Young Democrats who plan
to attend the YDC statewide rally
tomorrow at Sen. Kerr Scott's Ala
mance County farm. Carolina YDC
leader W. E. "Dub" Graham an
nounced that the group will meet in
the Law Building lounge at 1:30 to
Principal speaker at the second
major N. C. YDC rally within three
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'Music Under Stars'
Next Sunday Evening
Sunday evening, July 31, at 8:00
p.m. the Community Church of Cha
pel Hill will sponsor another program
of "Music under the Stars" in the
Forest Theater. A recording of "The
Wooden Prince" by Bela Bartok will
be played. This recording, loaned by
Kemp's Music Store, is by the New
London Symphony directed by Walter
First Aid Course Is
Offered By Red Cross
Students and residents of Chapel
Hill and surrounding areas are being
cll'ered a first aid course by the Ameri
can Red Cross. The opening class of
the Standard First Aid Course will
be held Monday, August 1, in room
309 of Howell Hall. An official certifi
cate will be received upon completing
the course. Mr. Art P. Schlagel, P.
O. Box 854, telephone 9-9208, will be
The classes will meet Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays from 7 to
9 P.M. The course will end August
1:7, requiring 22 hours of supervised
There will be no charge for the
course, except the cost of the book.
The book can be purchased at the
Book Ex in Steele Basement for $0.62.
Anyone above the age of fifteen is
eligible for the course.
International Open House
Well Above Last Year
The total registration for both ses
sions of summer school this summer
has been well above last year's en
rollment for the same period.
For the first session the enrollment
this summer was 2940 as compared
with 2510 for last year. This session
the enrollment has dropped to 2271,
but it is still above the 1919 here for
second session last summer.
Saturday classes this session will
be held this Saturday, July 30, and
three weeks from this Saturday, on
The session will end with exarrs
which will be held on Tuesday and
Wednesday, the 23rd and 24th of
I.D.C. Holds First Meet
Of Second Session
The Men's Interdormitory Council
held its first meeting of the second
session Wednesday, July 20. I.D.C.
President Bob Harrington gave sev
eral reports to the council. It was an
nounced that fire extinguishers were
being placed in the men's dorms and
the empty ones were being refilled.
Plans for dorm parties were dis
cussed. It was proposed that they be
on a dollar matching basis. The Sum
mer Activities Council has agreed to
put up a dollar to match every dol
lar collected in the men's dorms for
parties. Plans for an I.D.C. Water
melon Feast were discussed. Charlie
Dunn, I. D. C. Social Chairman, was
requested to prepare a budget for the
proposed watermelon feast.
A motion to have the dorm presi
dents appoint representatives to the
S. A. C. from their dorms passed
unanimously. It was agreed that this
would bring the men's dorms into
closer contact with the projects spon
sored by the S. A. C.
As a final point of business, the
I. D. C. Court Investigation Commit
tee was enlarged. J. C. Golding was
named the new Chairman of the com
mittee. Also on the committee are
Jack Angel, Charlie Todd, and Ed
Viser. In other reorganizations, C.
H. Brock and Ed Warehime, were
appointed to the I. D. C. Social committee.
Photo Contest Entries
To Be Moved To GM
A spokesman for the Photo Contest
stated that the display of the entries
will be moved from the Information
Office to the Main Lobby of Graham
Memorial tomorrow. Approximately
25 pictures have been entered. More
The judging will be done August.
1 and prizes awarded.
Is Now On Sale
A new addition to the Student Di
rectory of last session is now on sale
at the "Y". The new supplement con
tains the name, campus address, and
home address of all the new students
here for second session as well as the
names and new addresses of all first
session people who listed an address
This supplementary edition of the
Directory is on sale at the nominal
price of five cents per copy.
The International Relations Club,
an organization of American and for
eign students here at Carolina, is
sponsoring an International Open
House today. The Open House, accord
ing to I.R.C. Chairman Bob Harring
ton, will feature articles from nearly
twenty countries throughout the
These articles such as pipes from
Germany and clothing from India will
be put on display at 7:00 tonight in
the main lounge of Graham Memorial.
Background music will be played dur
ing the open house which will be
representative of the different lands
which the displays represent.
An international students' talent
show which will last about thirty
minutes will be presented. The talent
will feature songs and dances of
foreign lands such as Chinese opera.
Refreshments of the American varie
ty will be served to really make the
open house International.
Several International Open Houses
have been held during the past few
years which were very interesting,
and this one should prove to be no
different in that respect. All students,
faculty members, and townspeople
are cordially invited to attend the
Open House and to enjoy the program
while having an opportunity to meet
students from other countries.
John Shannon To
Give Organ Recital
John Shannon, graduate student in
Musicology, will give an organ recital
in Hill Hall Tuesday, August 2nd at
Mr. Shannon, who received his B.A.
in Music from Davidson College in
1954, will play works by Schink, Bux
tehude, Balbastre, Back and Schroe
der. This recital is being sponsored by
the Music Department and the Sum
mer Activities Council. Admission is
free and the public is cordially invited.
Press Book Sold Out;
2nd Printing Underway
Officials of the University of North
Carolina Press announced yesterday
that the first printing of "Hiroshima
Diary" has been completely sold out,
and that the second printing would
be available this week.
The book was to go on sale August
G. Press officials said the entire first
printing had been sold a month be
fore that date. A second printing is
now underway and is expected to ar
rive in Chapel Hill Tuesday, July 26.
"Hiroshima Diary" was written by
Di. Michihiko Hachiya, who was di
rector of the Hiroshima Communica
tions Hospital on the day the atom
bomb was dropped on that Japanese
The book was translated and edit
ed by Dr. Warner Wells, who is as
sistant professor of surgery at the
University of North Carolina School
Dr. Wells is a native of Durham,
was graduated from the Duke Uni-
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Classes will be held in all
departments tomorrow, July
30. This is the first of two Sat
urdays which will feature
classes. The other one will be