Arltonm TtMB, Sun., JUM 2, 1W4 PAVCTTCVIU.I. AUK AM* At 3* Smith Named Clncellor Of UAPB The appointment of Dr. Herman B. Smith Jr., currently director of the Office for Ad- .vancement of Public Negro Colleges at Atlanta, Ga., as chancellor for the University of Arkansas at Pine Blulf has been announced by Dr. Charles Oxford, Interim UA president. Dr. Smith will succeed Dr. Johnnie B. Johnson, who has .been acting chancellor since the resignation of Dr. Lawrence /.Davis last summer. The ap pointment of Dr. Smith will he effective July 1. Dr. Oxford said. Dr. Johnson will remain in an administrative position during the 1974-75 school year. "The University is indeed fortunate that Dr. Smith has Â· decided to join us as chancellor Â·of the Pine Bluff campus." Dr. Oxford said. "We are delighted t h a t he and Mrs. Smith and their children will be moving to Pine B l u f f in the near future. UA Arts Center Reveals Schedule Of Summer Events A schedule o! events to be presented at the University of Arkansas Arts Center during the months of June and July has been announced by Mrs. Martha Sutherland, corrdinator of the gallery. In June and early July, the University Theater, under the direction of Dr. Preston Magruder, will present two dramas. The University-North Arkansas Symphony will play a Pops Concert with Roy Nastasi and Anitra Williams of Harrison playing the "Concerto for Two Viloas" by Telemann, and dance interpretation by Tom Lcabhart and his mime corn pany. Theodor Avitahl will conduct the symphony for the last time before he assumes his new nosi tion as conductor of the syrn phony at the University of Wis^ consin at Milwaukee. Also in July, the University bands under the direction of Eldon Janzen will play a summer concert, and a summer choral concert will be conducted b Richard Brothers. The schedule of events Is a: follows: June 13,14 - The Hollow Crown at 8 p.m.. University Theater June 22 - Juliane Johnson soprano, senior voice recital al June 26~M1rlain Dwell, flutdst, graduate recital at 8 p.m. July 1 - John Purifoy, plan (st. senior recital at 8 p.m. July 5 - Sandra Meier, aop rano. junior recital at 8 p.m. July 5, 8 - Gala Revue al 8 p.m., University Theater July 8 - Summer Band Concert at 8 p.m. July 11 -- Unlversily-Nortl Arkansas Symphony Pops Con cert at 8 p.m. July 12 -- Summer Choral Concert at 8 p.m. July 15-19 - Junior High Music Camp July 22- Aug t - Senior High Music Camp r. Smith has the ideal back- round to lead UAPB in this ery crucial period, and we ok forward to working with m. A native of Ohio. Dr. Smith as held his present position ith the Office for Advance- lent of Public Negro Colleges in affiliate of the National ssociation of State Universities nd Land-Grant Colleges) sine* 98. Before that, he served as professor of education at oward University In Washing- on, D,C.; was a program asso- ate for the Southern Educa- on Foundation in Atlanta; was mployed as assistant to tile pre- 'dent and director of develop- lent of Knoxville (Tenn.) ollege, and was professor of ducation and chairman of the )cpartment of Secondary Edu alien at Southern University in iilon Rouge, La. For ID years. Dr. Smith was n English teacher in the public schools in Alabama. He received his bachelor's degree from Knoxville College In 1948 and a master's degree (in 1955) and his Ph.D. (in 1960} from the University of Wisconsin. Helps Ctar Canal Radioman third class David O. Younfbcrg, son of Mrs. George Herman of Decatur served aboard the amphibious assault ship Inchon which r e c e n t l y participated i n "Operation Nimbus Star", the removal of mines from the Suez Canal. Tit* TIMES U On Top of ThÂ« News SÂ«vÂ»n Days a WÂ«*k Army To Graduate First Woman Pilof FT. RUCKER. Ala. 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