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University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, N. C.
So Far, So Good
Why Not Walk
A Clean Slate
Snavely Speaks at Rally
Rollins Appeal Awaited
Bogus Dance Tickets
THE ONLY COLLEGE DAILY IN THE SOUTHEAST-
CHAPEL HILL, N. C. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1946
In Full Swing
Non-Striker Kills Two
In West Virginia Mine
Washington, Nov. 21 (UP) Else
where, the soft coal strike is in full
swing and the government has start
ed its proceedings to throw John L.
Lewis in jail for refusing to call it
off. Lewis has been ordered to appear
in a Federal Court in Washington on
Monday to show cause why he should
not be put behind bars for refusing
to comply with terms of an anti
Two men have been killed in the
first outbreak' of violence in the na
tionwide soft coal strike. West Vir
ginia state police say that two union
pickets were shot to death in Eck
man, W. Va., tonight by a foreman
of a small mine operator who refused
to stop hauling coal.
Special Session Seen
The number of Congressmen who
think President Truman " should call
a special session of Congress to "act !
on the coal crisis is growing with
both .' Republicans and conservative
Democrats asking Mister Truman to
act. One of the leading Republican
labor tacticians Senator Joseph Ball
of Minnesota says that if the gov
ernment loses its show-down fight
with Lewis, Congress will be forced
to pass laws which would, in his
words, "curtail the freedom of all
groups, including labor."
End Furniture Walkout
-Thomasville, Nov. 21 (UP) An
agreement has been reached between
the " management of the Thomasville
Chair , Company and: the :CIQ -United
Furniture Workers of America at a
conciliation meeting in Thomasville.
The agreement was announced a short
while ago by United States Concilia
tors Albert LJ Lohm and John L. Cone,
but terms were not disclosed. A special
meeting of local 286 of the Union will
be held in the city hall at Thomasville
tomorrow night to vote on the agree
ment. It is understood the exact terms
will be kept secret until then.
Allis Chalmers, UAW
Talks Yet Deadlocked
Milwaukee, Nov. 21 (UP) Ne
gotiations between Allis-Chalmers and
the United Auto Workers were de
nounced as a "farce"' by both sides
today. Eachaccused the other of bad
faith in bargaining, and the -207-day
old dispute seemed further from set
tlement than ever.
Bilbo Probers Convene
Behind Locked Doors
Washington, Nov. 21 (UP) -The
Senate War Investigating Committee
met behind closed doors for three hours
today hearing new evidence on char
ges that Senator Bilbo of Mississippi
took gifts from war contractors.
British UN Delegation
Opposes Troop Listings
Lake Success, New York, Nov. 21
(UP) Britain today became the only
big power in the United Nations to
balk at the Soviet proposal for troop
listings abroad. British Foreiegn Sec
retary Bevin said he would not support
the proposal unless it was considered
as part of the general question of dis
armament. U. S. Apology Expected
On Ukranian Shooting
New York, Nov. 21 (UP) It has
been learned that the United States
will issue a formal statement of regret
over the delicatessen hold-up incident
during which a Ukranian "delegate; to
the UN was shot. The note will come
either from the State Department or
the American delegation at the UN.
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Cloudy with occasional rain and
Suavely To Make Keynote Talk At Rally Tonight
UNC-Rollins Battle Over Ackland Grant Nears End.
V Florida College
For Filing Suit
By Earl Heffner
Academic warfare over the
acquisition of the William Hayes
Ackland Memorial Art museum
boiled nearer to a close yester
day with the revelation that Rol
lins college in Winter Park,
Florida, has until December 20
to 'file exceptions. to the finding's
Expressing the opinion that the
court will uphold trustee findings, Un
dersecretary of Treasury O. Max Gar
dner predicted that the University
soon "may boast one of the best art
galleries in the world.'
Million for Upkeep Purchase
Should Rollins fail to file counter
suit, or should such counter suit be
denied by the Washington District
court, the legacy will include a $300,
000 grant for the memorial art mu
seum and an endowment of approxi
mately $1,000,000 to be set up in trust
J f or upkeep of the museum and pur
chase of art objects. Gardner said
the income from the trust would
amount to about $30,000 a year.
Ackland left an estate of $1,395,399
with the .directions to spend $300,000
on a museum. Previous wire releases
from Washington had listed the figure
as $1,135,000. With the exception of
$44,000 in legacies and a $50 annual
scholarship for a Rollins College stu
dent, the, estate's balance is, to be used
as an endowment for the museum.
.Trustees Edson B. Olds, T. Stanley
Holland, and a representative of the
American Security and Trust company
then visited Rollins and the Univer
sity last summer and recommended
that as a resulf of their findings they
came "to the conclusion that the Uni-'
versity ... is entitled to preference
over Rollins as a site for the museum."
Reasons for Choice
The trustees based their findings on
The University is more similar to
Duke in location, size, standing, fi
nancial stability, cultural influence, ed
ucational facilities, purposes and stan
dards, than Rollins. The trustees al
so contended that the University is
located in a more outstanding educa
tional center, that location at Chapel
Hill will mean a wider distribution of
its cultural benefits throughout the
South, that the University is better
' qualified than Rollins to carry out the
charitable purposes of Ackland's will.
That the benefits to the cause of art
in the South intended by Ackland in be
queathing the museum to Duke will be
more closely approximated if the mu
seum is erected at Chapel Hill, and, fi
nally, that the University is fully au
thorized by law to provide the site for
the museum and to administer the
trust provisions of the will.
Only 15 Students
Show Signs of TB
Only 15 students out of a total of
6,000 X-rayed during fall registration
here produced films which showed any
suspicious signs of tuberculosis or
other chest disorders, according to Dr.
O. David Garvin, Orange-Person-Chatham
district health officer, who
directed the X-ray proceedings.
This group will be given further X
rays to determine whether or not active
tuberculosis is present, Dr. Garvin
said. As it was impossible to obtain
reliable readings from these films, ad
ditional pictures will be taken during
next weeks clinic
Tests will be given during the morn
ing hours, 9 through 12 o'clock, at
the district health office on Fraternity
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RQCKY iOUNT STUDENTS
There. will be a meeting of the Rocky
Mount club, tonight, at 8:30
in the Grail Room of Graham Memori
al. Plans for the Christmas dance win
be discussed, and all members are re
quested to be present.
Bogus Tickets In Circulation
For Dances This Weekend
FROM CHARLIE FULTON DELE G ATA,
ORDER OF THE GRAIL
In view of the fact that counterfeit tickets are in circulation for
the Tommy Dorsey dances, and because of the fact that people
with conterfeit tickets will definitely not be admitted to the dances
regardless of their personal innocence in purchasing them every
one who has tickets which are questionable or for which the source
of is Questionable, is urged to check that ticket with an official sam
ple which will be on display in a case in the YMC A all day today.
- In the event that anyone finds that he has a counterfeit ticket
he is advised to contact, as soon as possible,' the person he purchas
ed the ticket from, and get a refund, or he will be forced to sustain
a loss of his investment. Everyone who does encounter this situa
tion is also urged to turn into the Men's Honor Council the name
of the person he purchased the ticket from, regardless of whether
he thinks the person had anything to do with it or not. In this way
it may be possible to trace the originator of any invalid tickets
which mav be in circulation and bring those responsible to justice
It is merelv a matter of checking tickets in order to tell which I
are legal and which are not.
taken up at the door will be checked; and those who have counter
feit ones will be turned away.
Doors at the dance will be opened at approximately 8:30, and
the dance will be over at one o'clock. Everyone is again reminded
that those who are not properly dressed evening gowns for the
ladies and coats and ties or the men will be denied admission.
Doors in Memorial Hall for the concert this afternoon will open
at 3:30 and those who arrive first will get choice seats. The concert-will
last two hours. No additional tickets for either occasion
Doors for the dance tomorrow night will open the same, time as
tonight, and the dance will be over at twelve. Dress requirements
are the same for both evenings.
Legislature Asks Creation
Of Traffic, Safety Council.
Ten Man Group Would Recommend Passage
Of Bills to Relieve Local Driving Congestion
By Bookie Jabine
Given impetus by the homespun urging of Speaker Charlie War-
ren, tne student .Legislature last
proval of a bill recommending the creation of a permanent traffic
and safety commission which would serve the area in and around
Introduced by John Suratt, chair- '
man of a special committee appointed
by Warren to look into traffic regu
lations on the campus, the measure
is actually a substitute proposal for
a bill providing for a Student Safety
The proposed new commission will
consist of ten representatives: two
from the University faculty, appoint
ed by the Chancellor; two from the
University administration, appointed
by the Chancellor; two from the town
of Chapel Hill, appointed by the may
or; two from the student body ap
pointed by the Speaker of the Legisla
ture; one each from the State At
torney General's office and the State
If established, the function of the
commission will be to examine safe
ty problems and recommend, through
University officials, reasonable legis
lation concerning campus traffic regu
lations to the State Assembly in
In his address calling for the pass
age of the measure Speaker Warren
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' Carolina's ever-present mascot, Rameses, will come out of his special
hideout again tonight in order to make an appearance at the final pep
rally in Memorial hall. The stern-faced ram, a traditional sideliner at
all Carolina's home games, will be decked out in "his Sunday best in
Kenan tomorrow as the Tar Heels do battle with the Blue Devils. Even
the grass will taste sweeter to Rameses should there be a Carolina victory.
Because this is true, every ticket '
nignt voiced its unanimous ap
pointed out that a council, consisting
of students only "could not hope to
approach the problem in the efficient
way that a permanent commission
could." He said that traffic problems
in the University area were a matter
"of joint concern."
Due to the fact that neither Chapel
Hill municipal laws, nor state high
way statutes pertain to the campus
here, Warren felt that the Traffic and
Safety Commission would "figure out
a legal means whereby we could have
traffic laws in and around Chapel Hill."
Particularly, the Speaker empha
sized the parking problem in Chapel
Hill on large football weekends could
be worked out and a set of regulations
drawn up and sent to the Raleigh As
sembly to control the congestion in
Chapel Hill on such occasions.
Introduced by Don Shropshire, a
bill was to amend the original elec
tions measure passed earlier in the
year, was referred to the elections
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Huge 270-pound Lath' Mariff,
staunchest of all Tar Heel support
ers, and famed as. informal cheer-,
leader at football games for nearly
a decade, will rouse 'UNC spirit, at
the pep rally this evening. Coach
- Carl Snavely will- make -the chief
talk for the occasion, and Clyde
"Pete" Mullis will also speak.
Partial Sun Eclipse
To Appear Tomorrow
A three-quarter, eclipse of the sun
is expected tomorrow morning, to
plunge this section of the country into
semi-darkness for a noticeable period
up to three hours, the United States
Weather ' bureau reported yesterday.
The whole phenomenom will last ap-
proximately three hours', reaching its j
peak at 12:37 p.m. Effect will be seen
mainly through an overcast sky, with
a noticeable twilight effect at the
height of the eclipse.
Aid to France Society
Will Convene Sunday
The American Aid. to France So
ciety will meet Sunday evening" at
the home of Mrs. Charlotte Huse, 734
Gimghoul road, at 8 o'clock. All mem
bers of the group and any students
interested in the work now being done
by this group are invited to attend.
Tar Heel Songs
The Daily Tar Heel sincerely regrets having erred in the printing of Caro
lina songs" yesterday. Following, they are reprinted in entirety, in correct
form. It is suggested that new students clip out this section, and learn all
of the songs, to sing at the pep rally tonight, and the game tomorrow.
HARK THE SOUND
Hark, the sound, of Tar Hell voices,
Ringing clear and true;
Singing Carolina's praises, shouting
Hail, to the brightest star of all;
Clear its radiance shines,
Carolina, priceless gem, (pause)
Receive all praises thine.
For I'm a Tar Heel born,
I'm a Tar Heel bred,
And when I die, I'm a Tar Heel dead !
So it's rah, rah, Carolina-lina,
Rah, Rah, Carolina-lina,
Rah, Rah, Carolina, Rah, Rah, Rah!
TAR HEELS ON HAND
Tar Heels on hand,
To steal the thunder from the sky;
Well take our stand;
As every man does right,
By Blue and White,
We'll give the Tar Heels a hand,
And cheer them on to do or die;
Plan to Address
Crowd of Rooters
With speeches, songs and
spirited yells of "Beat Dook,"
the second half of this year's
biggest of all pep rallies will get
underway this evening at 7
o'clock in Memorial hall.
Head coach Carl Snavely, will de
liver the keynote address. Besides
the "Grey Fox," routund Lath "Tar
zan" Marriff, No. 1 Carolina rooter,
and Pete Mullis of the physical edu
cation department will be on the pro
gram. Seven and one-half minutes of both
the Carolina rally and the Duke meet
ing which is to be held simultaneously
in Durham, ' will be aired by trans
cription over WPTF in Raleigh at
11:05 tonight. Arrangements are be
ing completed with the Order of the
Grail, sponsors of the Dorsey dance,
to present the broadcast at Woollen
Gym during the intermission.
Mike Morrow, head of the Univer
sity club which is sponsoring the man
moth rally, said, "I think the Caro
lina student body can outyell our Dur
ham neighbors, but we'll have to fill
Memorial hall to do it."
Morrow further announced that
Kay Kyser, colorful bandleading UNC
alumnus who was expected to be hers
for the festivities will be unable to
The University Clb will give out
4,000 diamond-shaped, "Beat Dook" .
lapel cards, in the Y court this morn
mg. Great satisfaction was expressed by
cheerleaders -on the outcome of last
night's rally at Fetzer Field, attend
ed by over 3,500 shouting students.
Terrace View Staying
Open Entire Weekend
The Terrace View, Chapel Hill's
well-known night club, located fivo
miles from town on the Greensboro
highway, will be open all week-end
through Sunday morning breakfast,
beginning at 5 o'clock this afternoon.
Proprietor George ! Captain explained
that the club would remain open 24
hours a day aU week-end, in order
to accomodate the large crowds ex
pected for the dances and football
"We will be open all night and day
for dining and dancing, and student
couples and parties will be especially
welcome for Saturday and Sunday
morning breakfasts," he said. At
present a new addition is being built
in the rear of the present club, which
will nearly double its size. The en
tire establishment will be redecorated,
and it is hoped that the new section
will be open by Christmas.
Yea, all of us are for UNC,
And you can betcha we're proud to be,
The Tar Heels on hand.
There'll be a Carolina victory,
When 'cross the field the foe has fled;
Cheer the team to victory,
For we are Tar Heels born and bred.
Glory, Glory, UNCI
Our hearts will live with thee!
Fight, fight, fight, '
The Blue and White, are rolling to
HERE COMES CAROLINA
Here comes Carolina-lina,
Here comes Carolina-lina,
We hail from NCU!
We got the spirit in it,
We got the will to win it,
We wear the colors white and blue!
So it's fight, fight, fight, for Carolina,
As Davie did in days of old,
We will rally 'round the well,
Cheer that Tar Heel team like hell,
For the glory of NCU!