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The cSkial newspaper of the Carolina- Publications Union of the
Uxiyersity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where it is printed dally
except Mondays, and the Thanksgiving, Christmas and Spring Holidays.
Entered as second class matter at the poet oSce at Chapel Hill, N. C,
under act of March 3, 1879. Subscription price, $3X0 for the college
Business and editorial cfiSces: 204-207 Graham Memorial
Telephones: news, 4351; editorial, 8641; business, 4356; night 6906
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ford Stein, James Keith, Ben Dixon, Larry Lerner.
News Editors: Morris Rosenberg, Laffitte Howard, Raymond Lowery.
Associate News Editors: Ed Rankin, Martin Harmon, Fred CazeL
Night Sports Editors: Carroll McGaughey, Jim McAden, Bill Snider.
Jesse Reese, Miss Lucy Jane Hunter.
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Edith Gutterman, Fred Brown, Rush Hamrick, Tom Dekker.
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Editor: Shelley Rolf e.
"Reporters: William L. Beerman, Leonard Lobred, Noel Woodhouse,
Richard Morris, Jerry Stoff, Buck Gunter. ,
Assistant Circulation Manager: Larry Ferling.
Local Advertising Managers: Bert Halperin, Bill Ogburn, Ned Hamil
ton. Durham Advertising Manager: Gilly Nicholson. -Durham
Representative: Andrew Gennett
Office Managers: Stuart Ficklen, Jim Schleifer.
Local Advertising Assistants: Bob Sears, Earl Alexander, Alvin Pat
terson, Marshall Effron, Warren Bernstein, Bill Bruner, Billy Gillian,
Greensboro Representative: Mary Anne Koonce
Office Staff: Mary Peyton Hover, Phil Haigh, L. J. Scheinman, Bill
Stern. Charles Cunningham, Bob Lerner, James Garland, Jack Holland.
For This Issue
NEWS: MORRIS ROSENBERG SPORTS: BILL SNIDER
Just Bad Manners
At the Carolina Political Union meeting night before last
a group of students walked into the Hall as Dr. G. H. Derry,
guest speaker and anti-communist, was going to orate and
handed out leaflets to the audience. They caine as much a
surprise to the CPU as they did to the audience.
Instead of CPU programs as some thought, the leaflets
were expressions of opposition to the point of view Dr. Derry
The CPU took offense at this procedure. Its chairman has
sent an appeal to the Student Council requesting that, in the
future, the Council "provide protection in its (CPU) efforts
to present decent meetings." The CPU objected to the dis
tribution of these derogatory leaflets as an exhibition of bad
taste which caused insult to the speaker and embarrassment
to his sponsors.
; On the front page is a statement by the leafleteers. They
apologize for the misunderstanding resulting from their leaf
lets. They express regret for their tactics which they ex
plain as "necessitated by the circumstances."
According to campus tradition, the CPU had every right
to present a speaker on anti-communism. They also had a
right to expect freedom from any kind of interference. Of
course, the anti-red-baiting students had the right to express
their opinions through the Press. However, , they acted in
bad taste when they did so in the manner exhibited the other
Although the CPU appeal to the Student Council for meet
ing protection is made in good faith, it will be too bad if the
Council uses this one unfortunate incident as cause for ini
tiating a policy of government regulation of campus meet
ings. Such a policy might be abused into offering a prece
dent for interference with campus freedom of speech and
press, in the future.
The distributors of the disturbing leaflets have not only
apologized for their tactics but upheld their support of Caro
lina's free speech tradition by saying they would "defend to
the death" Dr. Derry's right to say what he had to say.
The incident can be described as a deplorable case of bad
manners, but not an occasion necessitating the Student Coun
cil to assume powers of regulating campus meetings.
More Than A "Lark"
Today 12,000 high school seniors will be the guests of the
University and the Athletic Association. 12,000 boys and
girls representing 375 high schools all over the state will not
only have an opportunity to see the Blue and White team in
action but to see just what Carolina is like.
Naturally enough, the chief attraction of the day is the
VPI game. But the fact that 12,000 high school students are
driving from all parts of the state to accept the University's
, invitation should indicate that besides the normal desire for
' a week-end lark there is an interest in the University.
In the last two decades the enrollment of North Carolina
' students at the University has remained at a practically sta
tionary level, though the out-of-state students have increased
their numbers by leaps and bounds.
Our normal development demands that a proportional part
of the increase in enrollment be made up of native students.
A real enthusiasm for Carolina on the part of the high school
students of the state should do much to solve the problem of
its almost static population of in-state students. T. S.
Here're The Boys
Who Are Greeters
(Continued from, first page)
Clive Wayne Laney, Catawba;
James E. Bryan and Thomas
Kirkman Wrenn; Chatham; Jo
seph Miller Elkins, Cherokee;
Edmund C. Forehand, Chowan;
Luther Edwin Hollifield, Jr.,
C. Rush Hamrick, Jr., Edwin
Clark Ford and James Gamble
Ratterree, Cleveland; Charles
Russell McNeil and J. B. Butler,
Columbus; C. Glenn Sawyer,
Craven; Joseph S. Huske, Jr.,
John M. Oliver and Paul B.
Drew, Cumberland; Fred G.
Harris and S. Roger Matthews,
Davidson; Charles Travis Rob
ertson, B. C. Brock and James
K. Sheek, Davie;' Edward S.
Pearsall and A. Mitchell Britt,
Duplin; Austin H. Carr, Robert
Winston Carr and Arthur Mil
ler Harris, Durham; Thomas A.
Avera, Edwin L. ' Minges and
Clarence Lee Ruffin, Edgecombe.
Gip I. Kimball, J. Everett
Lindsay and Charles Parks
Reece, Forsyth; Don C. Hicks
and Hugh Hayes Perry, Frank
lin; Rush McClure Rankin,
Wert Baxter Rhyne,' Jr., George
C. Holland and Arthur W. Dix
on, Gaston; Frederick M. Roun
tree, Gates; Frank Ledbetter,
Graham ; N. Ferebee Taylor and
Maurice Hester, Granville ; Cam
eron West, Greene; Conrad Al
exander Wimbish, J. Bruce
Yound, Miles S. King, Harry A.
Snyder and James E. Gibson,
Guilford; Sherrod N. Wood,
George L. Hayes and Philip St.
John Moore, Jr., Halifax.
Joseph A. Creel and Joe Hall
Ross, Harnett; Sigmon Wayne
Smather, Haywood; Alvin Josef
Patterson and J. Edward Shytle,
Henderson; Chester W. Hill,
Hertford; Alvis Dickson, Hoke;
David For McGowan, Hyde;
Harry Gatton, William C. Alex
ander and John R. Rives, Ire
dell; William St. Clair Pugh,
Harold F. House and Gary Ish
am Britt, Johnston; Julian Hi
ram McDaniel, Jones; James
Spencer Truitt and Norman Mc
Leod, Lee; George L. Jordan, Jr.
and Harry Weyher, Lenoir.
ARE YOU LISTED?
Ray A. Kiser, Lincoln; Roger
Neal Early, McDowell; William
S. Johnson, Macon ; Roy Reuben
Rice, Madison ; Charles Lee Dan
iels, Jr., Martin; Robert S.
Hutchison, Jr., Charles G. Long,
C. Mack Murphy, Richard O.
Steele and Roy M. Cathey, Meck
lenburg; Howard Wilson Mc
Call, Mitchell; Bernard Richter,
Montgomery; John Lawrence
Rowe, Alvin E. Underwood and
Charles A. S. Phillips, Moore;
Guy Cone Farmer and Benjamin
Franklin, Nash ; Cyrus D.
Hogue, Ray Funderburk and W.
O. S. Sutherland, New Hanover.
Richard Walter Edwards and
Henry K. Burgwyn, Northamp
ton; John P. Henderson, Ons
low; Frederick Lloyd Noel, Or
ange; Horace Bryan Ives, Pam
lico; Thomas J. Markham and
Richard L. Kendrick, Pasquo
tank; Philip Lucas, Pender;
Charles Edmond White, Perqui
mans; Fletcher M. Winstead,
Person ; J. McElroy Whitehurst,
Julian Lloyd Smith and Charles
N. Briley, Pitt; James Gordan
DeLoach, Polk; Charles Ever
ett Dameron and Thad T. Moser,
Randolph; Herbert Wood Smith
and Walter Franklin Long,
Raymond J. Martin, Horace
M. Baker and Bob Burns, Rob
eson; Troy C. Hedges, Pete A.
Wallenborn, Jr. and Fred D.
Stallings, Rockingham; T.
Franklin Williams, Trent Busby
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Ted Weant, James Walter Settle
myre and Ernest Hugh Yelton,
Rutherford; Dickson M. Regan
and Herbert S. McNairy, Scot
land; Benjamin Carl Parker and
W. Braxton Ingram, Stanley ;
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William Robert Nowell, Wake;
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Edward W. Hyman, Washing
ton; Shelton Duggar, Watauga;
Benjamin F. Aycock, Jr., George
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Ralph Crawford and Fred Mc
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(Continued from first 'page)
members of the audience.
"In reference to the leaflet it
self, we are afraid-that a mis
conception was created. It was
in no way an attempt to raise
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Student charge accounts invited
religious prejudices, but was in
tended solely as a reply to Dr.
Derry's somewhat amusing bom
bast." (Note: The pamphlets
were given out before Derry had
been introduced.) "We regret
ted having to use rather discour
teous tactics in the distribution
of the broadcasts, but this was
of course necessitated by the cir
cumstances. "Like Voltaire, we will defend
to the death Dr. Derry's right
to say what he thinks, regard
less of what we may think of it;
but we stoutly maintain our own
equal constitutional rights of
free speech and free press."
(Signed) John Cook, John Thi
baut, Lee Manning Wiggins, P.
B. Raymond, Hance Jaquett,
Max Thyne, Oliver Sause, Junius
(Continued from first page)
January has there been any oth
er student demonstration against
a Carolina Political union guest.
However, at that time the objec
tions to Mr. Girdler were voiced
outside the hall while he was
speaking, and the union said
nothing, as it is quite a cham
pion of the right of free opinion
and free expression.
"Therefore the inconsiderate
act of certain' students in enter
ing the union's meeting and, at
the very time that the program
was under way, distributing
derrogatory statements is a bit
more serious in the union s opin
ion. "Not only did the impression
arise among some that the leaf
lets were of CPU origin, but Dr.
Derry's friends had good cause
to assume that the University
was a most impolite host.
"The political union wants
everyone to have a right to say
his own say, but it keenly feels
a need for dignity, courtesy, and
tact such as was not shown at
Dr. Derry's speech. It therefore
appeals to the student govern
ment group to provide it protec
tion in its efforts to present de
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