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CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1955
Offices In Graham Memorial
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IT'S JUST A STROLL FROM THE ARCH TO SANFORD STADIUM
. . and between them there's the law school, Co-Op, Joe Brown Dorm
Campus: From The Arch
fho Practice Football Field
je's the key to the University of Georgia campus. Figures
54 Meigs Hali
Milledge Hall Annex
Museum of Art (old librarj')
Old College :
Physical Education Bldg.
Phi Kappa Hall (bookstore)
riant Pathology Building
Poultry Building 1
Practice Football Field
Pre-Fab Area 1 -
Vetefinary Medicinfe Bldg.
Woodruff Hall :
Key To Afhcru
pus of the University kin, is the older area. South
'ia is divided into two I Camnus. th section south of
Sanford Stadium and Stegeman
Hall is the newer section.
The University is divided into
11 schools; each of which is
concerned with instruction in
some special field of knowle-ige.
It includes Franklin College,
the School. of Law, the School
of Pharmacy, the College of Ag
riculture, the Peabody School of
Forestry the oldest in the
South the Peabody College of
Education, the College of Busi
ness Administration, the Henry
W. Grady School of Journal
ism, the School of Home Eco
nomics, the School of Veterin
ary Medicine and the Graduate
GOVERNMENT BY STUDENT COUNCIL:
Run I he
Student activites on- the
Georgia campus revolve about
105. organizations, " " honoraries
The University maintains one of
the largest intramural sports
programs in the south, as well
as numberous smaller clubs
ranging from .agricultural eco
nomics to zoology. Literary so
cieties, glee clubs, orchestras
and dramatic activites add cul
tural aspects to student life. -
Three publications, The Pan
dora, The Red and Black and
The Georgia Agriculturist, rep
resent 150 years of publication.
Campus social life is centered
in the Student Union, located in
Memorial Hall. Included in its
facilities are a game room,
lounge and ballroom and equip
ment for billiards, table tennis
The government ; for the en-.
tire student body is controlled
through the student council.
Representatives from all major
organizations on campus set the
policy, for campus life. Several
faculty committees advise the
council concerning student wel
fare, according to official Uni
versity of Georgia publications.
Campus rules state , that no
student shall bring alcoholic
beverages on the University
campus, or into any dormitory,
. fraternity house or sorority
house. Any man, accompanying
a coed at the University is ex-,
pected to conduct himself above
reproach, and any women ex
pects the young man with her to
assume responsibility for her
The use of a car by a student
in Athens is a privelege reserv
ed for upperclassmen in good
scholastic standing. Sign-out
time lor a coed is 11:15 p.m.
Sunday through Thursday and
12:30 a.m. Saturday and Sunday
A well-rounded campus life,
based on a campus code, good
taste and individual responsi
bility, is maintained, according
to University spokesmen. Al
though the opportunity for ex
tensive extracurricular activities
is provided, the University feels
such activities are secondary to
the emphasis necessary on schol
astic work a real desire for
"knowledge and a realization of
the responsibilities which ac
company educated leadership."
The Athens Manufacturing Com
pany of cotton textiles is part of ;
ah old Confederate arms factory,!
and on the City Hall lawn you
will find the only double barreled
cannon in the world
GEORGIA'S 'OLD WELL' HER ARCH, AT THE ENTRANCE TO THE
' ' that's, the adminlstmtion building :-behiid the Arch,.
' Tar Heels descended upon
Athens, Ga., last night minus
their caravan train but
hundreds of them came any
way. Athens, site of the Universi
ty of Georgia, is also the site of
the University of North Carolina
UG football game, to be held this
afternoon in Sanford Stadium.
! It's annual caravan game for the
sTar Heels. This year, UNC admin
istration agreed t0 grant a class
free Saturday for the game. Stu
cTents were planning on a 300
passenger caravan train to Athens
yesterday, but very few tickets
were sold and the train trip was
cancelled. An estimated 225 stu
dents, however, left yesterday for
the game via private automobile.
UNC and the University of Geor
gia have a lot in common. Uni
versity officials in Athens say stu
dents "have a tradition of inde-1
pendence and are, to a great ex
tent, self-governed," as are those
at Chapel Hill.
Georgia is a coeducational
school, and has an enrollment of
more than 6,000, as compared to
Southland . .
Here's the University of Geor
gia's Alma Mater, which is ex
pected to "be sung at half time to
day: From the hills of Georgia's north
land Beams thy noble brow,
And the sons of Georgia rising
Pledge with sacred vow.
'Neath the pine trees' stately sha
Spread thy riches rare,
And thy sons, dear Alma Mater
Will thy treasure share.'
Through the ages. Alma Mater
Men will, look to thee;
Thou the fairest of the Southland
Alma Mater; thee we'll honor
True and loyal be, '
Ever crowned with praise and
Georgia; hail to thee.
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THREE OF THE MEN TAR HEELS MEET TODAY IN SANFORD STADIUM
Captain Bobby Gerrard, Coach. Wally Butts ,and Alternate Cfiptain Don Shea
If you drove your car t0 Ath
ens yesterday, there are some
things you should know:
Since there are" no stock laws
in several Georgia counties, mo
torists should watch for cattle
and livestock crossing the high
ways. Keep a close eye on the gas
oline gague. Although filling
stations are well - distributed,
many close at dark. There is a
state tax of six cents per gallon
Georgia highways are patroll
ed by State Police, along with
county' officials. There is a State
Highway Patrol office in Athens.
Speed limit on Georgia high
ways is" 60 mph during day
light, 50 at night.
Motorists may not pass street
cars on the left, may not pass a
vehicle without sounding the
horn and may not pass a street
car or school bus while passen
gers are getting on or off.
The University Chapel, built in
1832, has many legends clinging
to it. The Sun Dial stands on the
spot where the "Toombs Oak"
grew. In the Chapel is a painting
of St. Peter's Cathedral in Rome,
one of the largest mounted oil
paintings in America.
STARTED ON 40,000 ACRES:
Old South And Mo dern
Architecture In Athens
A glimpse at the "Old South"
and a blance into the future may
be viewed on the campus of the
University of Georgia.
Athens as an educational cen
ter was potentially conceived in
1783 by Gov. Lyman Hall in his
IN ADDITION TO UNIVERSITY:
Own Industrial Life
All college towns don't go "col
legiate." Athens, noted as a city of dis
tinguished ante-bellum houses
and the home of the University of
Georgiawas at one time like any ;
other college town
Chapel Hill or Charlottesville, Va.,
completely dependent upon its
Early settlers, however, utilized
the fact that Athens was located
on a hill, partly embraced by the
Oconee River, and were prompt
to make use of the available water
- As early as 1830 its textile in
dustry had begun along with a va
rity of others designed to fill re
gional needs.1 , '
Today it is not only a center of
learning and culture but also' one
0f distribution, manufacturing,
processing, marketing and trade.
Athens now boasts over 100
plants with textiles, hosiery and
Cotton is converted into yarns,
sheeting, flannel, upholstery, , rugs
and other products. . '
Clark County (where Athens is
located) produces cotton, corn,
potatoes, small grains, poultry,
inaugural address to the Legis
lature. Later, 40,000 acres of land
were set aside, the profits from
which provided an endowment
for the university.
Josiah Meys, in 1800, was
elected president and a commit
tee was appointed to settle upon
a site for the college.
The site was a tract of land
which recessed into a bend of
the Oconee River. More land
was donated by John Milledge,
later governor., as jthe site, for
town. v An appointed Committee
chose the name of Athens.
In the fall of 1801 a few log
and frame buildings were con
structed and the .college came
into existence with, a handful of
young men . eager to r begin their
college careers. s .: :
During the years that followed
different schools and colleges
developed throughout Georgia
and in 1931 the General Assem
bly placed all publicly-supported
schools and colleges under
the regents of the University
System of Georgia.
The campus is now an. inter
mingling of distinguished old
buildings, dated by their colonial
architecture, and clean new
buildings finished in ultra-modern
garden truck, livestock and dairy
After theVar, the population of
Athens increased' greatly, due to
refugees who remained in the
town. This led to the incorpora
tion of Athens as a city in 1872.
It is now the seat of Clark County.
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You 20 Cgfsis,
Better bone up on a few basics
not for that Monday quiz, but
on Athens, where the Tar Heels
meet the Bulldogs this afternoon.
Athens traffic regulations in
clude right, left and U turns at
afl intersections excepts where
traffic lights indicate otherwise.
Right turns may be made on reel
lights, provided a full stop is made.
The speed limit in the business
district is 15 mph, and 30 mph in
the residential area.
The' football game will be held
at Sanford Field' Stadium, which
is located on tine North Campus of
the University. ,
Taxi fares are 20 cents a passen
ger within the city limits with 10
cents additional charge for each
large parcel or suitcase.
Athens Municipal Airport is lo
cated three miles east of Athens,
just off the county highway to
Winterville. It is served by South
ern Airways with four flights daily.
Transportation from and to the
city is by taxi. The fare is. SI per
There are five hotels and tour
ist homes in Athens, along with
Motion picture houses include
four white -and one 'Negro, There
are two drive-in movies.
Athens receives three television
channels from Atlanta. The two
radio stations are WGAU (1310 kc)
and WRXC (OCOkc).
Additional information may be
obtained at the Athens Chamber
of Commerce, Civic Hall, on Wash
Want To Look Up Your
Greek Letter Friends?
: For Tar Heels who desire a chat
with, fraternity brother or sorori
ty sister in Athens, here's a list
of University of Georgia Greek
Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Gamma
Delta, Chi Omega, Delta Delta,
Delta, Kappa Deita, Alpha Tau
Omega, Chi Phi, Chi Psi, Kappa
Alpha, Kappa Sigma, Lambda Chi
Alpha, Phi Delta Theta, Pi Kappa
Alpha, Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, Sigma Chi, Sigma Nu,
Tau Epsilon Phi and Theta Chi.