THE DAILY TAR
Friday, February 23, 1963
Tri Delt Gives $250'
By LOUISE JENNINGS
The Daily Tar Heel Staff
Students selected for the
Leadership Development pro
gram were announced yester
day by Noel Dunivant,
Chairman of the Student
Leadership Development Con
mission and Bob Bass, Vice
selected are as
Dan Killian, Jr., Lloyd
Clayton, Andrew James
Schorr, W. Cameron Kay, Jr.,
Curtis Weaver, Gary Macbeth,
Bill Debuys, Robert Person,
Susan Elaine Bullington, Peggy
Baggett, Susan Diane McNjel,
Also Donna L. Landau,
Melinda Lawrence, Trudy
McDonough, David Charles
Lanier, David Zane Lloyd, Car
1 Younger, Charles N. Jeffress,
Frank S. McGaughey, Joe
Bill Lee, John W. McMurray,
Brian Buxton, Luther Pargs
Cochrane, James E dw a r d
Bailey, Roger K. Thompson,
Alan Albright, Ronald Jen
nings, Nancy McCharen, Libby
Idol, Joyce Davis.
Also Ednard Roland Bristol,
Roger Ef fired, Bob Hunter,
John Sarratt, Larry Lynch,
Julie Jones, Terry Cobb,
, Danielle Kay W i t h r o w ,
Norman J. Zettel, Gus B.
Kaufman, Jr., Benjamin W.
Spaulding, Jr., Phillip Clay,
and Laurie Williams.
Alternates are as follows:
Isaac A. Battle, Jr., Kern
Mort, Thomas Cooke Clauset,
Rodger Dicks, Francis Pugh
Schrtim, Jr., Bill Smith, Em
mett McKelpin, Virginia S.
Carson, Kathy Meyers, and
Jackie Cane. .
A meeting of the students
and the ten alternates will be
held Feb. 27 at 4:00 p.m. m
will use what they learn in the
sessions to help with the
leadership of the organizations
and activities on campus in
which they are already in
volved or plan to be involved.
"Selections were made on a
basis of diversity, cf
background and interests. Top
priority was given freshmen,
ment durintr t v,
uc j ears, Dunivant
Members selected f.
program include 16 freshmen.
17 sophomores, 8 juniors iSK
juniors and 5
The leadership Development
Commission received a SSS
grant earlier from Th
sophomores, juniors and people Sears & Roebuck foundation
m. in cpnsitivitv likely to serve in a leaaersmp icccivea such a
Two sessions in sensiuvny ; efl1janf tremendous res a
been tennativeiy capacity " r uiey
uuuo . .
scheduled for Marcn inrouu
10 at the Terraces in Southern
Pines and March 22-24 at a
place to be announced later.
The sessions will be non
structured group experiences
in self awareness, according to
hinivant, who participated in
the program last year.
It is hoped that the students
were able to select
Participants than had
frnSJ500 15 existed
according to Dunivant?
Drs- Eugene Watson and
Gilbert Edgerton wffl help lead
we training sessions, ac
cording to Dunivant.
tr?r-Juglas Sessoms and
Howard Henry have also work
ed with the program. '
The Tri Delta scholarship
applications, available from
the Director of Financial Aid
or Service Projects Chairman,
are due by March 1.
Amount of the scholarship is
$2300. The winner is eligible or!
competition for the National
Tri Delta scholarship 0f
Organizational Funds Frozen
Thirteen student organiza
tions had their funds frozen as
of Wednesday for failure to
turn in a financial report.
Hugh Saxon, Treasurer of
the student body, issued the
order to freeze funds effective
Tar Heel Rugby Club, VIGAH,
Special Committee on General
College Reform, Toronto Ex
change, Student Advisory
Committee, Campus Affairs,
Carolina Forum, National
Merit Scholarship Committee,
as of Feb. 21. The organiza- State Affairs Committee, Stu
tions failed to file their finan
cial reports by the Feb. 20
The organizations are: the
' " - " i-J1 11 Hi
rlpnt Credit Committee. Dis
counting Committee, Men's
Residence Council, the
Consolidated University Stu
dent Council. ,
An additional three organiza
tions will have their funds
frozen if they do not hand in a
financial report by Monday.
These organizations are:
Women's Athletic Association.
-J. the Debating Team, the Vic
tory Village Board of
These organizations have a
later deadline because they did
not receive the official request
for their reports at the same
time the other groups got
Saxon said the funds of these
committees will be freed when
the reports are turned in.
U l-'JV:-e) (iPif1fO)fp
I LADY MILTOM J
The response to our impossible buys has bren over
whelming shop early before everything is gone. We
must make room for our new ladies look we'll have
the only one like it in the entire Southeast!
Handful of chesterfield herringbone topcoats cut from
$50.00 to ridiculous $20.00.
'amela Martin, Jeune Leigue, Crazy Horse, Yankee
Pedlar, McMullen, Austin Hill, David Ferguson .
take your pick of all our fine brands all at Vz
price or less.
Hawaiian Jam swim suits to $16.00, at $4.00.
Elizabeth Stewart swimwear regularly $16.00 to $36.00,
. further cut to $5.00, $7.50 and $10.00.
Entire stock dresses regularly to $55.00, now further
. cut to $5.00; $7.50; $10.00; $12.50 and $15.00.
Sweater sets to $35.00, at low $15.00. ,
Group ladies shirts to $7.00 at $1.99.
All Ettienne Aigner pumps and flats and handbags
at Vi price.
Remaining stock shirts including Lady Hathaway at
You'll never have more fun saving more money!
rhirkonl S& 4-
t n r uc.
Mir JW. 3', v .ov.
goes JL -p sM
west . .
SHOWS 13 5 7r-9
jJ 11 u
Indignantly In Defense
COLLEGE MARKET. ADVERTISING has been grossly misinter
preted! Our NOTICE in the Tar Heel has nothing whatsoever
to do with Carolina's infamous honor code. Due to Dean Can
sler's announcement and letter we feel a clarification is in order;
We are not even intimating that, to neglect to send us $1; if
you received a BUYER'S GUIDE, is a violation of the honor code.
Nor do we intend to imply to take any Honor Council action
if you do not send the well spent dollar.
Distribution Has Been On The Honor System. What we are ap
pealing to is your basic, individual, personal code of honor
(nothing whatsoever to do with U.N.C.). We feel that we have
distributed to you something of value, and something that, if
used, will save you money.
THE BUYER'S GUIDE was produced with the "exploited" student
in mindMt.was designed to save its user money. THE GUIDE
sold locally for $2. 1 Frankly, our original distribution plans were
inadequate.; "We are now distributing GUIDES on the premise
that people are basically honest.
So . . . if you feel that, by using THE BUYER'S GUIDE you will
save money, (which you will) then send $1. to;
COLLEGE MARKET ADVERTISING
504 W. FRANKLIN ST.
CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 27514
The Record Bar is Having a
r (h (1.7
c3 j i
,SH IRTM AKERS
Their Fantastic Celebration Sale means
Giant Savings for you ...
U.1.;.1.'.;.;,.. ,i . j ju im'.i.'.'.'-'4. . i i u vj.m u
J .H-:.:?' "S&kt- 555S
All Albums by the
Temptations, Tarns, Beatles,
Monkees, Young Rascals
Reg. $4.79 & $5.79
Throw away the iron . . . this superbly tai
lored Gant button-down will keep its origi
nal, well-pressed look washing after wash
ing. The fabric: Gant's own ingenious blend
of 65 Dacron polyester and 35 fine
cotton that holds its colors. In wfiite or blue.
Trim Hugger body. Half sleeves.
E. POWER BIGGS
Qt the R.B. -
Feb. 24, 6 p.m. .
1 y (7 h
m jr m.
ALL ALBUMS BY
5 TO I Pl Jc) Q
Spaghetti Suppsr fcr 2 with
Pint Bcftla Vintsgi Chidnti
Arrr2 o Dst3 cr Ccnra in Pcirs
fitV- CossaopoHt&a Ilooca ik DtilScatiWca
(mono or stereo)
ANY 3 DISCS
, Sale Expires
Feb. 256 p.m.
63 FORD GALAXIE 500
2-Door Hardtop, power, steer
ing, autHnatic, 352 V-8, while
wall tires, radio, extra sharp,
white with red interior.
Authorized BMC Dealer .
Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd. Dir. No. 551
t - -
When the frog is being strangled, tht
ground hog, the JLcprcchQuns kaskct:5pTT?
you tiame it it all takes a back seat to this
crary wild goings-on! ' ; "
It's not going to be natty weather forever
and Milton has to make room for fruhting
or spring. . .
This is the last price reduction--the last
roundup. . , . .
;For $20.00 you'll find coats that were
- - ' "T" Ti
For a pair of twos you'll finc some dacwoof!
sport coats that were $70.00. - J
For a pair of threes, look twice at wool sport j
coats regularly going for $70.00.;
for a pair of fours, you're getting into our
high cotton Scottish Shetland $85.00: ffcrt
coats. ; : ,r .
For a pair of fires, you get the living end
a great handwoven $95.00 Shetland sport
coat. - . j
. - .
You can also play this two of a kind Frogr
stranglef with our SuitsDacwooixjcut
from $95.00 to strangler of $33.00; v
$100.00 to $44.00; Worsted wools from
$110.00 unvested to $55.00 and ve$fsd,j
add a pair of ones. ;
Pants have to be divisible by $5.00 ds-i
croncottons from $16.95 to $5.00; dsri
cron wools $25.00 to $10.00; wools from
$29.95 to $15.00.
Next spring's half sleeve shirts cut from1
$8.50 to magic five.
Long or short sleeve shirts, regularly to
$8.95 at a single three.
Long sleeve dress shirts or short sleeve sport,
shirts, all in fine single needle tailoring,
regularly to $9.95, at single four.
Johnston & Murphy and another famous,
make shoe, regularly, $32.00, at Frog
stranger of $26.00. :
Scarfs solids and plaids, all from Scot-1
land $3.95 to $2.99; $7.95 to $5.99;
$14.95 to $10.99.
Shetland gloves with leather palms, from
Dumfrees, Scotland, strangled from $7.00
Zip lined raincoats cut from $65.00 to low
Lots of sweaters at a single nine that were
$19.95 and at a dozen instead cf terrible
These Frogstranglers are so much fun, lots1
of old Cupboard patrons keep asking when'
this wild event takes pines.
Sat, Feb. 24, 6 p.m.
a v. x & '