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Another Polling Place
SP Election State
UVA Clubhouse Opening
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DR. R. D. W. CONNOR
For 10 VClocHToddy
."A State Experiment in Higher
Education", .will be the subject of an
address to be given this morning
at 10 o'clock by Dr. R. D. W. Con
nor in a Memorial hall convocation
for members of the student body ,
and faculty. , ; ,
Classes which ordinarily meet at
10 o'clock will be omitted from, the
schedule in order that all may hear
the address, first regular convoca
tion lecture of the academic year.
' Drt Connor: former Archivist of
the United States in Washington, is
Craige -Professor of Jurisprudence
and History at the University.
Union May Appeal
To Higher Courts
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waiting forthe recommendations of
both union and government attorneys
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L. Lewis. The attorneys views are to;
ho submitted at the opening of court
tomorrow, and the sentencing will
take place shortly thereafter.
Levvic, in court today, said that the
government's injunction which, in ef
fect ordered him to send his miners
back to the mines was a violation of .
the constitution in that it placed the "
n W involuntarv servitude, r
After he was pronounced guilty of
contempt of court this morning, Judge
T. Alan Goldsborough asked that both
government and union attorneys make
recommendations about the sentence.
The recommendations are to be sub
mitted at the opening of court at 10
Burton Wheeler of Montana believes
w thp decision will be reversed M .
the case goes to the higher courts.
Post Office to Limit
Packages for Mailing
Washington, Dec. 3 (UP) The
Post Office Department has ordered
drastic pre-Christmas limitation on the
size and weight of parcel post packages
1 V.a .rial cf rilre The denlt-
ment banned altogether movement of
goods by intenVitional parcel post. (
Both actions are effective Friday.
Negro Gives Evidences
Of Election Beatings
Jackson, Miss., Dec 3(UP)--A
Culfport, Mississippi, negro war vet-
fJnv cTmwe sl Sene inre i'ra-J
a. m. (EST) tomorrow, after which , virai post at me cpuru ox oawi,
the judge will pronounce sentence. to become Commerce Secretary in the
The union attorneys have indicated president's cabinet. . -they
will appeal, whatever the. sen-! Gardner, who denied knowledge of
r.o i And Democratic Senator the discussed ambassadorial appoint-
e, Gfen, J,, and David G. Beak were
h..trfil to vote In Santtorelecfed previously. ,. , .j
Bilbo's homa state; . Kichara La.tuu
testified that the;beating was admihisi
tered by a city policeman named Wil
liams. ' ; j-'--;-;
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Fair and Warmer.
fMiitmi WWfM'Mde: Today
Students' Names ;
Should Be Signed
All students who plan to at
tend the -New Orleans Sugar
Bowl; classic . January -1 must
place their names on a ticket list
in: Gerrard hall today between 9
and. 11 or .1:30 and 4 o'clock.
Student Body President Dewey
Dorsett announced last night.
In a statement clarifying the bowl
ticket situation Dorsett said that in
order to determine how many of the
1750 tickets allotted to students may
be purchased by each individual it is
necessary for student body officers to
know "exactly how many students are
planning to go to the game.
4 1 r.,5v;NoifPriority:-''fi';v -.v.
The Gerrard lists wiil not give pri
ority in buying tickets or entitle stu
dents to receive ' tickets, but will be
used simply to check the number of
students who wish to buy tickets, as
an aid in setting up a fair method of ;
distribution to all purchasers, x '
Ticket reservation lists - signed at
the gymnasium yesterday cannot be
used, Dorsett said; Each student may
sign only for "himself . ? wrr"
Tickets Not - Here -Tickets
have not yet arrived at the
University - and will not go on sale
until December 10 or after. Notifica
tion, will be made well' in advance of
the sale and tomorrow's Daily iTar
Heel will carry a statement by Dor
sett as to the manner of distribution.
Late reports from 'New Orleans
showed that ' most hotels 1 there are
booked solid after December 28 and all
requests 'for reservations are being
However, Buddy Molter of the hous?
ing "arid transportation 'committee' set
up J by Dorsett has requested all stu
dents desiring lodging to leave thvr
names at? the YMCA information
desk tomorrow. v.? .v" t-,
Students intending to drive cars to
leave theirinames and the number of
vacancies in their cars, if any, at the
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YMCA information desk, as well as
students who want rides and those
who are interested in going by special
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For Embassy Post
O. Max Gardner, former governor of
North Carolina and a University alum-
nus nas oeen namea oy rresiaeni xru-
man to be the next ambassador to the!
Court of Saint James in Great Britain.
The appointment awaits formal ap
provement by the Senate.
A Democratic bigwig from Shelby,
Former Governor Gardner, succeeds
W. Averell Harriman, who quit the '
I 11 ll J. 0i4- Tavua
ment when interviewed after the Duke-
Carolina game two weeKs ago, staiea
last night that he will not take over
the delicate London diplomatic job un
til he is confirmed. -
Held over from last week due
and eligibility jrules; the, AyC-sponsored World Peace contest will
be concluded this, evening ;, in Gerrard nail at :6V ociock wnen
the essay winners will compete
prizes, ol $100.Jrst prized $50. seconc
prize nd a third place prize of $5.
The original four winners in the
preliminary essay ..contest were ' in
creased to. Jive when J.. A.Mock, Jr.,
was chosen by the judges in a re
view of the Assays submitted. David
Andrews, J Harold M. . .Shaw,
J - C.
;Mock was picked after the judges
had looked .over .all the. essays for a
second- time as i stimulated .in the
rules of theicontest. Also some of , the
C9ntestants had not stated whether
or -nofthey were -undergraduates or
graduates. The contest is open only to
undergraduate students so that this
THE ONLY COLLEGE DAILY IN THE SOUTHEAST-
CHAPEL HILL, N. C. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1946
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SP FiMshes Pdrty Slate
York WillJun or ptudegatGouncilost;
Long Enters Race for Legislature beat
The December election campaign went into high gear last night
with the; completion of thie;Student party slate, headed by Ed York,
candidate at large for student council. ' York, .previously selected
as a candidate for legislature on the University party ticket, with
drew from -that -race.' i i ? j ; ( . i
J ohn Campbell was, selected by the
University party last night to fill the
place on the slate vacated by York.
Charles Long's announcement of in
dependent condidacy 'for legislature
was another major development in the
York is president of Old East dormi
tory, vice-rpresident of Inter-dormitory
council and chairman of the Model Uni
ted Nations committee. Long has been
active Jin (student government since
his return to the campus from the
army and is an officer in the Dialectic
senate. He is a member of the UVA
and belonged to the Student party be
fore entering the service in l943lf '
Jack Booraem will be the other Stu
dent party candidate for student coun
cil and Bill Starnes will run for men's
Council. ' : '
Drama at Inish to Open
For Foulr Day
Tonight in ithe Playmakers
Robinson' laugh-hit, "Drama
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opens for a four-day run, as" the
Carolina Playmakers in their ,29th
. reading roles are taken by: ; Bill
.jrci aa xiuuie iwuiug, uosepmne
Sharkey as Liziie his aunt, Jane Par -
ker and Peter: VanZandt as Mr. andl
VfrsVwbhig; "owners of " an" inn in
Inish; Lillian" Prince and Arthur Solo
mon as Constance ConstanUa and Hec-
tor' de la Mare,' two mt iri ers of a.
crusading company of actors.
' 'Robinson' Directs
"Drama - At" Inish," directed by
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lvuuiiioun wiiu waa assiaicu uy xjyiui
Gault of the: Playmakers Staff, tells
the comic story of. how the people in
the peaceful town of Inish" are upset
when a troupe of ; actors arrive . to
bring "naturalism" to a community
that is used to laughing at the cir
cus for entertainment. All of a sud
den te people begin to ponder deep
ly is life worth living, and everybody's
hie ge.s into one mad tangle!
The setting for the comedy is the
parlor of a resident inn in Inish, the
scenery being designed by Peter
Bucknell. Irene Smart of the. Play-
makers staff has designed and execut
ed a complete new set of costumes in
the period of the early 30's for thetYW and YMCA the annual Christ-
play. Quentin Brown is assistant to the
director, lighting is by James Riley,
and Robert Gutknecht is stage mana
ger. PFIEFFER ALUMNI ;
All students interested in forming a
Pfieffer Alumni club should see Dennis
O'Neill, Hallie Dockery, or John Trot
to a misunderstanding in judging
in an oratorical contest tor casn
matter had to be cleared up.
Final judges, Dr. C. B. Robson,
fiean R. H. Wettach. and Dean D. D.
Carroll, will choose the three final win- j
ners after the five contestants have
delivered fifteen minute talks on their 1
practicably suggestions for achieving
jmd maintaining world peace. In sec-
iecting the winners, the judges will
take into consideration audiance re
action to each of the speeches made.
"All those who feel that the at-
tainment of-, neace is a worthwhile
endeavor and .whodesire to benefit
from an exchange of: ideas," were in
vited to attend by Winston Broad-foot.
i Legislature .Candidates.,...-'
Student party candidates for legis
lators from the town districts are
Tookie Hodgson, Bibb Sexton, Earl-
Heffner, Mai Kenny, Don Broad,
Bill Mackie and Don Shropshire, all
of whom are running for terms of one
year. Roland Giduz and Dan McFar
land are on the ticket for six months
legislative posts. , , ,
John Clampitt has been selected to
run for a six month term as dormitory
representative to legislature.
Other legislative candidates to rep
resent the dormitory districts for year
terms are Joe Byrd, Bob Collins, Ralph
Hodges, Herman Baker, Basil Sherrill,!
Jim .Castleberry, Kenneth Linebach,
John Gilesy Cecil Prince,-Dick Walker
and Stewart Bondurant.' " :
theatre at 8 :30 o'clock Lennox
At Inish," featuring a cast of 14,
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second major production of the
Senior Day Plans
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Plans; are being formulated for' a
Senior Day, Thursday, December 12,
and a senior class banquet
Today, at five ' o'clock, in Gerrard
hall, there will be! , a meeting of all
seniors who are graduating at the end
of the Quarter and who .will be willing
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10 serve. OH a .CUHUuitLec:. .. .1.:
Tickets for the banquet will go on
sale in the ''Y" soon. Other informa
tion and details will be published in
"future issues of the DTH.
For further information see Dodson
Palmer, senior class president, or Ed
die Black, Chairman of Fall Gradu
Now on Sale in Y
Under the co-sponsorship of " the
mas Seal drive began on campus
Monday. The social service commit
tee of the YW will continue selling
the seals in a booth in the Y every
day this week.
The five sororities on camrms will
each be res nsible for pr0moting
the sale of seals one of the days. An
attempt will also be made to con
tact each student living in a dormi
The money raised from the sale of
Christmas seals is used to help com
bat tuberculosis. The, national Christ
mas Seal slogan this year says that J
"every dollar you contribute to buy
Christmas Seals aids in the fight
against TB makes you, .your .f am - -
ily, your community safer from tu-
Joint Supper Forum
Will Meet Tomorrow
The joint YM-YMCA supper forum
will hear a discussion of. the point
system for campus leadership . at its
regular meeting tomorrow evening at j
6 o'clock, in the Methodist church, j
Deft n Fred Weaver,- Fran Golden
and Charlie. Warren will lead the i
group which will try to fix, a point
evaluation i for various campus acti-
vities and positions. This system was
at one time in existence ?on the; Caro-
lina campus and one: purpose ol-this i
discussion is to hash over the pros
and cons of reviving it again.
mew u v k AuiEoinoMe
Will Open TdiiigKt-
Blue, White Decorations to Btorior
Carolina's Bowl-Bound Grid Team
A .blue and white color scheme honoring Carolina's bowl-bound
football team will be the decoration theme for the hew University
Veterans association clubhouse opening tonight at 8:30 o'clock.
i iivjiixi-vi-j .Ii-'.- Begun early in October vhen tha
Will Perform Tonight
Featuring Wilton Mason ' as piano
soloist in a performance of Rachmani
noff's Second Piano Concerto in C mi
nor;; the 'University i Orchestra under
the direction of Prof essor Earl Slocum
j wui give a program at xiiu nau ronigm
lat 8:S0 o'clock.5 The program wiirin-
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elude, besides the Rachmaninoff con
certo, the "Little Fugue" in G minor by
Bach Goldmark's overture to iSakun
tula, and Chabrier's rhapsody, "Ea-
pana." ; : -
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Mason, wmie serving in tne armea
forces for several years, was heard in
recital m London, uxlord, Paris, and
Frankfurt. He has been heard in joint
recital with many European artists.
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DTH Delivery Blanks
Students are agaTn reminded to fill
out an address card at the DTH table
in Memorial hall if they do not live in ,
one of the regular delivery zones, and'
if they wish to receive their Daily Tar
Heel by mail.
There will be no central distribution
point during the coming quarter; thus
students living in non-delivery zones
must receive papers by mail.
Students who failed to sign one of
these cards during registration may
Student Goverhmerit Polling
To Take Place Next Tuesday
Eighty-Seven Candidacies Thus Far Filed
For Forty-Three Posts to Be Decided
Forty-three student government posts will be decided in the
campus-wide elections set for next Tuesday, Don Shropshire, Stu
dent Legislatue elections committee chairman disclosed yester
day. Although 87 candidacies had been$'
filed for these posts as of late last,ior ciasg members. Four seats in the
night, by the Student and University
parties and independent candidates, 1
the final filing deadline likely will be;
held open until the week-end. A mass
meeting of all candidates will be held
sometime within a few days for the
purpose of general familiarization
with elections rules. As slates of both
campus political groups are now com
plete, any independents wishing to file
are asked to contact elections board
chairman J. B. Havwood. at Beta The-
ta Pi, immediately.
Posts Up for Voting
a breakdown of the ballot shows
the following posts to be voted upon:
Two Student Council members to nu
posts vacated by University Party In
cumbents Jack Lackey, member-at-large,
and Cal Warren, men's repre-
sentative. une Mens uouncu post to
fill vacancy, created by. the resignation
of SP member David Pittman. Three
posts on the Women's Council for Jun-
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old . veterans club was taken over as
part of the State Highway Patrol
training center, the new club build
ing has been remodeled from A Nary
Pre-Flignt wrestling pavilion back of
Lenoir dining hall.
The grand opening of the club to
night will be ' an open house affair,
UVA president Roy Moose said. He
expressed the hope that as many stu
dents as possible, as well as faculty
members, will inspect the new build
ing during the festivities between
8:30 and 11 tonight.
A six piece band combination led
by Ned Reap and featuring vocals-by
Richard Katzin will provide music of
the soft and smooth type for dancing.
John 'Miles will head the floorshow
with his celebrated magical illusions.
In addition refreshments will be serv
ed "on the house."
In order that the club opening might
take place this week the UVA accept
ed delivery of the building December
1 before - painters had been secured.
However, painting will be completed
and permanent interior decorations
installed within the next two weeks.
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As CPU Officer
' At its final meeting of the fall
quarter, the Carolina Political Union
elected E. B. Jeffress, Greensboro, as
vice-chairman to replace Anatole Vol-
kov, who was forced to resign due
to - the - weight of his academic load.
Jeffress, a graduate student in Ameri
can History, has been a member of tht .
Union, for the past three years.
Chairman Jerry Davidoff,in closing
the meeting, stated that the fall quar-.
ter had been one of the most success
ful in the history of the Union since
the beginning of the wartime emer
gency. Although it has . presented no
j speakers this term, the Union expects
to present several important speakers
during the winter -and spring quar-
ters. It is probable that the Union's
regular poll of the student body on
questions of the day will be resumed
sometime in January.
call at the DTH business office on the
second .floor of Graham Memorial any
afternoon during the next two weeks
and do so. -
Coed Senate, to be filled by third-year
Nine CQed members of the Student
pHs iature seVen from dormitories.
&nd four from town Twenty-four men
student legislators, 11 from town, 13
Vote in Gerrard Hall
As the situation now stands, all vot
ing will take place in Gerrard hall;
however, a bill will be introduced in
the Student Legislature tomorrow ev-
i ening to disperse polls to several cen
trally located spots. Party affiliation,
or independent status of every candi
date will be listed beside each name
on the ballot.
As provided by Constitutional rul
ing, only coeds will vpte on Women's -Council
and Coed Senate representa
tives, and town . and dormitory stu-1
dents will vote only for legislators
from their respective districts.