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The Daily Tar Het
April 14, 1972
Yeits in brief
Greensboro Daily Nev
new and bid members ot the Order of the
Golden F leece during tapping ceremonies
t 8 p.m. today in Gerrard Mali.
This is the first year women v.;M he
tapped into the order, which is USC's
highest honorary society.
The Golden Heece tapping and
Snider's speech are open to the p . 1 : . .
Snider. a pne-wmnmg editorial
wnter. has served as treasurer, v j .c
president and president of the N"jt;ona!
Conference of hditonal Writers. He has
been president of the L'N'C Alumni
Association arid a member of the (.NC
Press Board of Governors and the
Chancellor's Selection Committee.
A 1941 L'N'C" graduate. Snider served
as reporter, associate editor and editorial
writer for "Ihe Daily Tar Heel' He
1 free glass of wine or
organic apple juice with
Ir innpr thi; Fn'rlaw nito
..... w . e . . , a i i uu y I I I
452 W. Franklin
hometown and for th
Hishway and Puhh
Snider joined '"The Greensboro Daily
unci control askec
staff in 1951 and becarm
1965. after serving as associate editor for
hounded in 1903. the Order of the
Golden fdeecc is among the ration's
oldest collegiate hor.oraries. Members of
the junior .j.-.d senior classes, facuity and
members of the commnunity with "'the
highest qualifications in character, ability,
achievement and leadership'" are selected.
Tavlor to print
The Publications Board voted
unanimously Wednesday to award the
contract for printing the 1973 Yackety
Yack to Taylor Publishing Co. of Dallas.
Taylor printed the 1967 and 1968
Yack. Since then the Yack has been
published by Hunter Publishing Co.
to close todav
All low rut dsrms and high rhe :! ., . :
planning to enter the Outstanding D,:r
contest should submit their application
at the Residence College f
office in Suite C of the Student Union n
l-tcr than 5 p.m. today.
Mike O'Neal. Men's Residence C; c
( M RC ) chairman, said -"fhe competitio:
is still vv ide open to date .e we h-.
: c c : : Reside
" . : c vote
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to meet tonight
j'ications so fa:
Ar.v dorm or floor that did net
nor. ma pu
the RC F o
one up anytime
.e and will hi
granted a one day grace period m v. hid
to turn in their presentation.
The competition for outstandin.s
dorm, which is being sponsored by rh;
two winners anv,-
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The P..rp.,e ;
imtigatc Pete 'Ir:rodi" . -
'th D.roi N'.( . i
chairman, said the Ls
Tripodi b campaign :
students a dunce V get
""We want to pro'. ;d;
students ic wor.-. wh.'
welcome in more : . :::.l
Stephenson added. "I h
will be able to get tude:
politics more easily. It is .
start out in tlie field
Tripodi is one of se1.
running in the Demo, rat;
p ' " - v c " r tn e t n.vers. t
ft-.e. cmder'the direction .':
V..e Jhn Te:::r..
-ert xerner. rhe Re:der.eC
Kcoo .e Life KT Kl .
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the two seats now held
and Carl Smith.
1 l.s :es,,;uton
Ae;v d :::i
"Put tins: this m
ow Dave Barker is bridging
the post-college financial gap.
'"Believe me. It wasn't easy there at
first to get started," says David L.
Barker. Class of 71 UXC-CH School
of Pharmacy. Dave has a family and a
good job. And the extra expenses of
getting established in his new town.
Then the car they had driven in col
lege started to clonk out. That's when
Dave had more expenses than cash.
But Dave was lucky. The very year he
graduated, First-Citizens Bank invent
ed Super Start for people just like
him. So Dave got his new car. No has
sle, and a preferred rate loan with a
delayed payment option.
(raduatim? students from four
cars of college, post graduate or
p; ofessional school can qualify for
Also, be a student in good standing
with a C or higher average. And be of
legal age with definite plans to live and
work in North Carolina after college.
Ask about Super Start at
any of the 104 offices of
First-Citizens Bank in North
We serve 67 towns from the moun
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Super Start offers free checking
service with no service charge for one
year O 200 free personalized checks
(I free safe deposit box for one year.
Super Start offers you a line of
credit O a preferred rate installment
loan for a new or used car or other
major purchase with no payments due
for the first six months O a Master
Charge credit card with no payments
due for the first six months. Finance
charges do accrue, however, during
these six months' periods.
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