Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 22, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 22, 1952
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Personals Three University faculty members were to give a recital at Hen. derson State Teachers College in Arkadelphia today. T h e g u e s t artists v.-ill be Kenneth Osbornc, orsanist; M a r x .1. Pales, violinist, · nd Robert B. Smith, pianist. Mr and Mrs. Juhn W. Gurclun cf Hill City, Kan., lire guests of their son and d a u g h t c r - i n - l s w . . Mr. and Mrs. Wesley .1. Gordon. I I S East Lafayette Street. T h e 1 visitors were accompanied here t\v Judy and Patty Gordon nf U r - i ned, Kan. They are nieces of Mr · Gordon. : Carsey U n d e r h i l l , of Kl l a so, · Texas, is spending his v a c a t i o n : with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. A . " U n d e r b i l l of West Fork, a n d ! a sister, Mrs. Bill S h a f f e r of Fay- ' ettcville. Yesterday they motored ' to MuskoKce, Okla.. to usil h i s ' brother, W. J. Underhi The Executive Board of HOUSES ENTERED -- CONTINUED FROM PA.'.I O.\l them thus caucht had to give bark I the Rarments t h r v held. i Final Raid At Carnill '. The f i n a l raid was made b about .10 stragglers who arrived at Carnall Hall about 1 a. m. Between 1" and 15 of them forced their way into the building by way f)f a fire escape. They.were chased nut quickly by the Carnall ^it!s. who were armed with baseball bats and knives. Some o' the intruders had time to pick up loot, however; this morning two pair of iianties and one brassiere was missing at Carnall. The crowd stopped and yelled at several other houses, but did not enter them. At the Kappa house Ihey were confronted w i t h » special guard of about four hoys who date Kappa girls. The Jour had heard of plans for the raid, and stood guard u n t i l about 2 o'clock. Razorhark Coaches Otis Douglas and John Barnhill appeared on the scene and helped maintain relative order. One group of men students began forming at 10:30 p. m. at a me executive Board of the nick on SI t f I h meet at the Arkansas Hotel. Rug- points on t h c r a m p u S i in what'sp- m, Friday morning al 10:30 o 1 - peared to be a pre-arranged plan. clock. Sam E. G e a r h a r t of Fayetteville will a t t e n d . The meeting is i ailed to plan th ship drive. 1S53 member- . Bui after the groups got together and appeared at the houses, there Mr. and Mrs. G n i l Estep and ! Clark oi Goshen. Births was little evidence of any extcn- | f i v e p l a n n i n g o r determination I Some of the self-appointed lead- i ers indicated they wanted to have Man,.,- ,t M , ^ i » u n i i ! t h e rai(:is because men at other -·»"»».". . N a m , of Montebello, schools tave bm1 h a v i ,, Calif., are spending their vacation | They didn . t w a n t Arkansas to bc v.-itn . Mrs. L.-teps g r a n d m o t h e r , | "counted out." Mrs.' M. E. C u l w e i l , and w i t h an ! Girli Remain Quilt a u n t and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Word of the planned outbreak reached University officials yesterday, and Miss Scudder issued in- i structions to thc girls houses to | lock all doors, turn all lights out at date call, and for all women to remain in their rooms and not talk ~ to the raiding men. Mr. and Mr,« All, m ^\^^r^^^ Mr HIV Mrs. Clarence Alls of j not - app£ar at w i n d o w s to shoul at f a y e t t c v i _ H e a n n o u n c e t n e birth of the boys. However, as the boys a p. proached one house a lamp was i flashing through a pink silken the County Hospital May 19. -·- I garment,, as one girl apparently Mr. and Mrs. .lack Kohblns I agreed with the boys that the af- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robbins nn- · f a i r was a bi S Joke, ' Stalvmtni Isiu*d University Provost Joe Coving- j ton issued this statement this ! morning concerning the affair: "The University of Arkansas ! takes a very serious view of thr j so-called 'raid' by men students ' last night on residence halls of · women and on certain sorority houses on the campus. i "A thorough investigation of the incident is being made. The · identity of many of the leaders already is kriown to University of- nounce the b i r t h of H daughter at I City Hospital -May 21. ' Members of a true clan arc forbidden to marry each other. tut thlt scientific way mmy ovoid ihowlnt monthly "n All the makr-up in the world rarTi ukr th; ·VVOUB look out of your tt ranch month I · moo era wty itiat his helpfd many wn ttfl!" who irjfler from i-alfcrtfir mlvf) nn jrvi lift rirn*. te-i » ·tip" hulld atrnnirth inr] rw iirrvnuinws , rtlcine that ;h month-- I CHICK SPECIAL ficials. and appropriate action will be taken. "The University wishes to cong r a t u l a t e the women students for their exemplary conduct in not tK'hiiwTfisVTiV^nm^'- appearing at the windows during w cardu?. U iHi!r "w^u^o*! l l lp eve . nt ' anc | ' or tncir poopera- iTITI^J^i^flS' llloir ' effort to h a l ^ thc disorder. . mm · "twit IF UH · . Tne university also compliments -. _ . , _ ....--__,,. (he officials of the student gov- ^···^^·i^H^^HHi^M! ernment and the student counselors who were of great assistance in q u i e t i n g the disturbance, preventing its gaining great headway." "Beyond that statement, U. .A. officials had no further direct ^pk i comment. However, several of ^2 A ! tliem expressed the belief that ^3u eoc " responsibility for the outbreak he^0" - longs with the newspapers of the country, which they said have reported previous "panty raids" a I colleges prominently in a light vein. And yesterday, when a hint of j {he- coming disturbance reached U. A. officials. Dean Shoemaker warned t h a t military service could possibly be thc punishment for male .students who participated. Shoemaker said the raiders could he- suspended and thus would lose their draft deferments. HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery P. O. Bo* 193 «r T*t*ph*r» 3U* riyttttviltt, ArkiniM KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS WASTE I Windsors Off Fnr Europe j New Ynrk-l/Pl-The Duke i Duchess of Windsor sailed yester ! riny aboard the liner Queen El ! bcth for Europe. , «nrf diirinpcn may bc due to olow. «lnwn ol kidney function. Uocton o»y good kidney function is very imporUnt lo gixid . Whenvtme everyday condition. ouch j To Japan . f u n c t i n n toslAwrlnwn.many frlkssuffernair- line backache -f«clmiser,bl,.. M i n n r bl»^- «r irritations du« t cold or wrong diM m»T ««u,ei«tinitupnigliUorfroqu,.ntP«..8.- : . Don t neglect your kulncvc if tlipse ronrfi- li"n» bother Ton. Try Dnan'fl rills-ii mil-1 diuretic. Used nuccrssfully hy millions for m-«r RO j-earn. It's Bmizinc liow many limfi Duan'B tiv« happy relief from these diicnm- fe,rtB-helpthel5milesofVidnryluhrsiinHnl- tcn fliub out wute. (iet Uoan'f Pilla todarl Tokyo-(/P)-Kikichi Araki, firs i Japanese ambassador to th ! lack on Pearl Harbor, left today ! for Washington. ' Not white, not whe»t. not rjr« ! but flavor blend of all thn : Junfe'i Roman Meal Bread. 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