The Daily Tar Heel from Chapel Hill, North Carolina on October 2, 1937 · Page 4
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The Daily Tar Heel from Chapel Hill, North Carolina · Page 4

Chapel Hill, North Carolina
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Saturday, October 2, 1937
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PAGE FOUR BULLETINS Band Members Meet in front of Hill Music hall at one o'clock with instruments to board bus for State game. Kappa Sigs Win (Continued from page three) earned them the right to a hard fought win. v Foreman Heads Chi Psi Johnny Foreman's bulk and brawn" led Chi Psi to their one sided victory over Sigma Delta, while Monk Hinson did his best to urge his team on but was only .successful in the first half after which Sigma Delta quickly lost its 6-0 lead. Chi Phi walked home with a 2-0 decision all because of Thompson's quick rushing to swamp Lipsky in the end zone for two points in the first half, after which it was a matter of holding their own for Chi Phi, although T. E. P. proved a constant threat to the winners for the remainder of the game. Kappa Sigma Wins Pushing across a last period touchdown, Kappa Sigma swept aside Sigma Nu's hopes of opening their season victoriously yesterday when they wiped out the early 2-0 lead of the Snakes. Cuneo's lone score for Lewis meant defeat for Manly dormitory in the final contest of the week. Health Of ficers To Investigate Fraternities (Continued from first page) health surveys made on the campus. In addition to fraterni ties, dormitories and class buildings are checked for infection, means of garbage disposal,, and similar matters of sanitation. Di Richardson stated that a report on conditions in each of the fraternities will, be filed with the house manager. In past years, he said, most houses have ; readily corrected faulty condi tions. Physician Particularly bad health conditions are reported also to the University physician, in whose 'hands rests the health of the student body. The health officer stated yes terday that his department does! not usually give medical examinations to servants in fraterni-' ties, but is glad to do so when asked. Matulewicz Gets Decision ' (Continued from page three) tain of the State varsity. Shores forced the fight all the way, climaxing the festivities by hisv third-round blow. Al Mann staged a comeback in his bout by knocking out "Alabama" Kid Smith in the second round, after . having '.; taken the count of nine in the if tost. . : To Prevent Colds Use Sutton's EPHEDRINE Nose Drops SUTTON DRUG CO. S3 ! " a' NOW PLAYING rf.C-V"' SJTti OIO rr Also Our Gang Comedy "Three Smart Boys" Terrytone Cartoon Screen Novelty "Y" Calendar Students who are in charge of program arrangements for various clubs are urged to consult Harry Comer at the "Y" office before selecting their dates. This is necessary, Comer said, because the meetings not recorded in the Calendar will conflict with the ones that are. ' Hunter Speaks To Freshmen (Continued from page one) which are held each Monday night at 7:30," Hunter said. -"In addition," he continued, "the council invites you to partici pate in all of its other activi ties." "The Y. M..C. A. is non-de nominational," he added. "The organization has already helped you in getting settled here," he said. "We put out the Freshman Handbook, and have drawn up a student directory, .s House To Address Alumni Meeting (Continued from first page) ders are scheduled to appear on the program. Two hundred alumni are ex pected to attend. Dean House's address will be broadcast by radio station WBT from 8 to 8 :30, and will be heard by other alumni meeting in Lincolnton, Morganton, Ashe ville, Gastonia, and other towns in western North Carolina. Patronize our advertisers. mi Copyright 1937, Liggett & Myzhs THE DAILY THE INQUIRING RE-SPORTER Two unsung heroes on Caro lina's campus, members of the janitorial force, battled for hon ors in the "inquiring re-sporter" contest yesterday. The two darkies won't be able to use the theater pass or passes given those who come out on top with their prophecies, but each declared he would be satisfied to just "beat the white folks at guessing." Washington One of them, George Wash ington, has pushed dirt along Carolina's halls for 16 years, and surprised your "re-sporter" with his knowledge of educa tional institutions and the foot-j ball teams they put out. The other, Riley Barnett, is a more recent addition, and is now in charge of Murphey hall. George Washington prognas- ticated them as follows: Caro lina 21, State 6; Army 12, Clem-son 6; Duke 26, Davidson 6; Tennessee 26, V. P. I. 0; Cornell 7, Colgate 7; N. Y. U. 20, Carnegie Tech 13. Barnett saw these in the crystal ball: Carolina 20, State 6; Army 13, Clemson 21; Duke 20, Davidson 6; Tennessee 15, V. P. I. 3; Cornell 6, Colgate 7; N. Y. U. 7, Carnegie Tech 6. SALES SERVICE TUFTS CHEVROLET CO. Tel. 4771 W. Franklin St. Tobacco Co, p ' TAR FTFTR1 33 Architects Meet Here (Continued from first page) be limited to North Carolina architects. Location The group inspected the site of the new edifice, appropriations for which came from the last General Assembly and the Public Works administration. The location will be on a hill diagonally across from the new Chapel Hill high school building, near the fork of the Pitts-boro and Raleigh highways and west of Kenan stadium. The General Assembly appropriated $226,000 and the P. W. A. $185,- 000 for the project. As well as providing modern laboratories for the medical stu dents and the division of public AFTER THE GAME THE UNIVERSITY DINING HALL ' CAFETERIA 2V 4 on mm. 6c A the rfeat mild ust 0ersJ give JOB- we you 1 9JW tneyll g health, it is expected that as the medical school develops it will become more closely affiliated with the infirmary. Caldwell hall, the present medical building, will probably be converted into a classroom unit. Frosh Practice Aerials (Continued from page three) workouts, McCarn and Dunham sent three different teams through signal drills. A scrimmage climaxed the day's activities. Meanwhile the Wake Forest Deaclets the Tar Babies' op ponent when they open the sea son next Friday, foughthard yesterday afternoon to tie a weak Duke freshman team, 7-7. Patronize our advertisers. 'V VSS. -"A Hi mmmm . . because theyxe made of MILD RIPE tobaccos MORE PLEASURE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1937 CLASSIFIED HOUSE'FOR SALE My home 401 Pritchard Avenue; Financed through F. H. A. My equity cheap for quick sale. Newly built last year for details see J. C. Lane, Phone 7766 or 7511. Send the Daily Tar Heel home. Dr. R. R. Clark Dentist PHONE 1251 Orer the Bank Are You Looking For A WHITE SWEATER? o We feature in all wool White Slipovers in medium weight crew neck at 2.95 o Extra heavy white slipover sweater in all wool $5.95 o White "V" Neck Coat Sweater $4.85 The YOUNG HEN'S SHOP 126-128 E. Main St. DURHAM Authentic University Styles Si-

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