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CHAPEL BILL, B. C.
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The Fleece will tap "men.
who made themselves, great by
working for the greatness of
the University" Monday night.
See editorial, page 2.
Partly cloudy. Yesterday's
high 82.2; low 51.8. Expected
high today 80.
CHAPEL HILLN. C. . THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1951
To Help Appraise
For National Unit
Consolidated University Presi
dent Gordon Gray has accepted
an appointment by General
D wight D. Eisenhower to the new
Columbia University National
The purpose of the group is to
appraise the nation's manpower
resources "in a period of endur
ing emergency," according to
President Eisenhower, who is
now on. leave from Columbia as
command of SHAPE.
Also included on the 15-mem-ber
council are A. II. Sulzberger,
publisher of The New York Times;
Charles S. Johnson, president of
Fisk University; James D. Zell
erbach, former chief of the ECA
Mission in Italy, and Lee A. Du
Bridge, president of California In
stitute of Technology.
New weekend library hours
were announced yesterday by J.
F. Bentley, assistant to the Uni
Beginning immediately, the re
serve room and service desk will
be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on
Saturday while other facilities
will be closed. Sundays, the en
tire library will open at 1:30 p.m.,
the circulation and reference
desks will close at 5 o'clock, and
other facilities will close at 10
The changes in the weekend
schedule are a result of a survey
conducted by the Library from
December to April. A check was
made of the relative use of the
various departments at different
times of the day. It was found
that the circulation and reading
desk were not used much during
weekends, while the use of the-re-serve
room was comparatively
Bentlejr urged library-users to
observe the new hours. "Respect
the Honor Code" was also
Information concerning new
reading rooms will be made pub
lic, Bentley said, after completion
of the work on the addition.
The Philanthropic Assembly
v.xnt on record Tuesday night as
favoring a bill calling for the
'consolidation of N. C. College
:it Durham as a part of the Great
cr University." The measure was
passed by a vote of 17-3.
The debate, which became heat
ed at times, shifted into a discus
sion of segregation in general.
Proponents of the bill argued that
consolidation would benefit both
Negroes and whites. In sharp con
trast to this, foes of the'bill advo
cated elimination of segregation
it the University at Chapel Hill
and branded the bill as "political
All students who hare re
ceived invitations to the student
government inaugural banquet
yesterday were urged io return
their reply cards to Frannie
Sweatt by Sunday at the latest.
She said that a complete list
of names was necessary before
plans for the banquet could be
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SEVEN OF THE NINE PERSONS appearing in the Barter Theater's "The Heiress" at Mem
orial Hall at 8 o'clock this evening are shown above. The show is free to students who present
their ID cards. 11 '
SEC To Present Production
FORTUNE HUNTER Morris Townsend proposes to Heiress
Cetherine Sloper in a scene from tonight's production of "The
Heiress" ' by the Barter Theater. The performance is sponsored
by the Student Entertainment Committee. .
SP Names Mason
New Party Leader
Julian Mason has been elected
chairman of the Student Party to
succeed Peggy WaYren, party of-
Sturgis E. Leavitt, director of
the Institute of Latin American
Studies of the University, yester
day announced that two fellow
ships of $400 each, available for
study in Guatemala this summer,
have been awarded to William
W. Brown and Miss Miriam L.
Reilly, both students here.
This summer school, to be con
ducted by Tulane University in
cooperation with the University
of North Carolina, the University
of Texas, and Vanderbilt Univer
sity, will be unusual in that the
number of students will be limit
ed and all the students will take
the same course.
This course will combine Arche
ology, ethnography, . economics,
human geography, political sci
ence, and social anthropology and
will deal with "The Significance
of the Indian as a Factor in Mid
dle American Life."
Parents' Day Is
Open To Campus
Officers of Alpha Phi Omega,
national service fraternity, ' yes
terday pointed out that the Par
ents' Day scheduled for May 6 is
to be "participated in by the en
tire campus and not just APO
members. ' .
Jerry Shuping, president, stat
ed that the Sunday afternoon af
fair is in no way limited. "We
want everybody to participate,"
he said. He reminded students
that a booth will be set up in the
Y Court to taxe reservations for
a dinner which will begin the af
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ficers announced yesterday.
Mason, out-going chairman of
the Elections Board and assistant
attorney-general, defeated Paul
Barwick in a party vote for the
post. Barwick received the vice
chairmanship of Uie group.
Jane Jenkins was criosen secre
tary, John Vincent treasurer,- and
Henry Lowett publicity chairman.
The party Executive Committee
will be elected next Monday
night at 9 o'clock.
Jim Lamm was chosen to . fill
the Legislature seat vacated by
Hilliard Staton, who was elected
to the Student Council. Lou
Southern was chosen to fill an
other legislative seat vacated by
President Henry Bowers.
- The SP Policy Committee will
meet at 4:30 this afternoon in
Graham Memorial, and the old
and new Legislature caucuses
will meet at 6:45 this evening in
the Grail Room.
The new chairman formerly
served as treasurer and vice
chairman of the Student Par-ty.
He was also a member of the
Balloting For (Ugh!) Ugly Man
Adds To Runyon Cancer Campaign
The Damon Runyon Cancer
Fund received a small shot in
the arm at the conclusion of
yesterday's balloting in the
second annual Ugliest Man On
Campus contest, according to
But only several hundred
penny votes were cast, he said,
amounting to only a few dollars.
Voting will take place at the
YMCA today and tomorrow, he
said, and he asked the student
body to "dig down into its
pockets for pennies to fight can
cer" to make the contest and
fund drive a success.
Tonight At 7
Doors of Mem6rial Hall will
open tonight at 7 o'clock for
the Barter Theater's produc
tion of "The Heiress." The
play will be the last presenta
tion of this year's Student En
tertainment Committee series.
Students will be admitted
free upon presentation of ID
cards. One-dollar tickets will ,
be available to student wives,
faculty and townspeople for
any seats remaining vacant af
ter 7:40. The opening curtain
will be at 8 o'clock.
When the Barter Players
bring their production of- the
Broadway and movie hit,. "The
Heiress," to the Campus, stu
dents can see one of America's
most unique and successful
touring theatrical groups in
action. Founded by Robert
Porterfield in Abington, Va.,
during the depth of the depres- -sion,
the Barter Theater got
its start by exchanging drama
Today the organization has
several national Uouring
groups, and has won acclaim
in America and Europe.
"The Heiress," adapted from
a Henry James novel, tells the
story of a shy, awkward girl
who is driven . to cruelty and
disillusionment by a sardonic
father and a faithless fiance.
It has a cast of nine outstand
ing Barter Players including
Elizabeth Wilson, Peter Pagan,
Mary Perry, and Rex Parting
ton. Broadway and Hollywood
names which have been on
Baiter boards include Gregory
Peck, Patricia Neal, Guy Kib
bee, Jeffrey Lynn, Elizabeth
Scott, Charles Korvin, and
Frank Lovejoy. ,
The SEC series is supported
by Student Legislature appro
priations from the block fee.
Members of the Student En
tertainment Committee are
Dick Allsbrook, chairman,
Anne Townsend, Bunny Davis,
Larry Peerce, Duffield Smith,
and Charlie Brewer. Faculty
representatives are Olin T.
Mouzon, Samuel Selden, and
William S. Newman.
He said he had hoped for a
larger turnout to make the
total contribution to the fund
an impressive gift.
At the University Club Carni
val tomorrow night, Theta Chi
will present the Ugly Man from
the stage of its booth located
at the end of the midway on
Navy Field. .
The one of the 10 on display
at the Y who receives the most
votes will be adjudged winner
of the second annual UMOC
contest and will win a date with
the May Queen of 1951, Miss
Qld Well Taps
At Annual Rites
Sixty-five students, rising jun
iors and seniors active in campus
activities, yesterday became
members of the Order of the Old
Well in its third annual initiation.
; At initiation ceremonies in Ger
rrd Hall they' heard Dr. Maurice
Kidder deliver the invocation and
: Immediately following init
iation ceremonies yesterday af
ternoon members of the Old
Well elected Allan Milledge of
Miami, Fla., president of the
.Order for the coming year.
Bob Evans of Durham was
named vice president and Bar
ry Farber. Greensboro, secretary-treasurer.
A three-man executive com
mittee with three alternate
members was also selected.
Members are Bill Bostic, Bill
Prince, and Paul Roth. Alter
nates are Ben James and Ed
a welcome by Jim Gwynn, Order
president. Chancellor Robert B
House delivered the main ad
dress. Initiated were Joe Augustine,
Chapel Hill; Frank Allston, Jr.,
Arlington, Va.; Kyle Barnes,
Winston-Salem7; Albert Blanken
ship, Jr., Charlotte; Jean Bloom,
Fayette, Mo.; Bill Bostic, III,(
Forest City; Larry Botto, Braden
son, Fla.; Anne Brewer, Birming
ham, Ala.; Bill. Brown, Durham;
Bill Burgess Raleigh; Philip
Burkhalter, Charlotte; Davis
Byrd, Jr., Goldsboro; Bill Cash,
Lew Chapman, Jr., Union, N.
J.; David Clinard, Winston-Salem;
Richard Cofield, Jr., Edentoh;
Phyllis Costner, Lincolnton; Er
win Danziger, Chapel Hill; Kath
leen Davis, Weldon; Hamp Davis,
Jr., Richmond, Va.; Frances
Diane, Monroe; Charles Dwig
gins, Jr., Greensboro; Frank Eck
ert, Union, N. J.; Bob Evans, Dur
ham; Mary Everett, Richmond,
Barry Farber, Greensboro;
Charles Fox, III, Roanoke, Va.;
Helen George, Raleigh; Margaret
Gwaltney, Smithfield, Va.; Wini
fred Harriss, Wilmington; Benja
(See OLD WELL, page 5)
Radio Listening Survey
Has Increasing Results
By Buddy Vaden
Conducting a radio listening
survey isn't as easy as it sounds.
Students in the Department of
Radio found this out the other
day when they conducted a sur
vey to determine Chapel Hill's
Students in the program plan
ning course under Professor Ar
thur V. Briskin, head of the de
partment, made a total of 449
telephone calls in a half hour
In addition, he will receive
an all-expense-paid date from
Chapel Hill merchants and a
gold loving cup from Theta Chi
fraternity, sponsor of the con
test. A steak dinner, chicken din
ner and four other dinners have
been awarded to the Ugliest
Man on Campus by Chapel Hill
Merchants. In. addition, cloth
ing, a car wash and a free hair
cut have been donated to the
contest. A special surprise gift
will be awarded at the presenta
tion of the Ugly Man tomorrow
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: GOLDEN FLEECE MEMBERS are shown above awarding a
certificate of recognition to former Senator Frank Porter Graham,
president of the University for 19 years until he went to the
Senate. The annual Golden Fleece tapping is scheduled for Mon
day high! in. Memorial Hall, and the names of the new members
and also of the old member to be honored are being kept secret.
Above, left 6 right, are Jim Wallace, Ray Jef feries, John Sanders.
Bil Roth, Ed Washington, Dr. Graham, Jim Gwynn and Charlie
Set For 8
Inauguration of student gov-,
ernment officers for the 1951
52 academic , year will take
place tonight at ,8 o'clock in
the hall of the Dialectic Sen
ate, New West Building.
Officers to be inaugurated
include the president of . the
student body, vice president,
secretary-treasurer, speaker of
the Coed Senate, the Student
Legislature, and members of
the Student Council, Men's
Honor Council and Women's
All those officers must at
tend the function.
President John Sanders will
preside at the meeting, and
Student Council Chairman
Larry Botto will administer
the oaths of office.
The meeting, which is open
period to determin who was lis
tening to what. They found out
much more than Chapel Hillians'
The results of the survey show
ed that most women don't pay
attention to what they are listen
ing. Many of them interviewed
in the survey had to call their
husbands to the phone to tell the
interviewer what was going on.
One woman evidently hated radio
programs. Her husband, she said,
was outside in his automobile lis
tening to his favorite program.
Many people, thinking the call
er was master of ceremonies on
a quiz program with prizes to give
away for the correct answers,
rushed to their, radios to snap
them on, trying at the same time
to keep the interviewer on the
The survey did produce results,
though. It was found that there
is a man in Chapel Hill who lis
tens to Station WPIX (a New
York television station) on his
radio. He reported that he was
listening to a "morning sunrise
program" (at" 7:30 in the evening).
This would indicate that WPIX
has a Hopper ating of .0022.
Other results of the survey
showed that news programs are
most popular in Chapel Hill and
that Station WPTF in Raleigh is
the most listened to station. .
to the campus, will be climaxed
by a brief address by the new
president of the student body,
Joyce Evans, a rising senior
from Harrellsville, has been nam
ed chairman of the Women's Hon
or Council for the coming year
and Mel Stribling has been select
ed to serve as clerk, it was an
Both girls were elected by
members of the Council at a re
cent meeting. They will replace
Winifred Harriss and Judy San
ford, outgoing chairman and clerk.
Joyce is vice president of Delta
Delta Delta sorority, secretary of
the University Party, a member
of The Daily Tar Heel business
staff,, and was selected Home
coming Queen by the Pi Kappa
Alpha fraternity last fall.
She graduated from Peace
Junior College in Raleigh last
spring and has served on the
Women's Council since December.
From Clarksdale, Miss., Mel
Stribling is a member of the
Budget Committee, was a delegate
to the State Student Legislature,
is a member of the Student Legis
lature, on the YWCA CamDus Af
fairs Committee, and was named
outstanding pledge of Chi Omega
She graduated from Stephens
Junior College in Columbia, Mo.,
and was elected to the Council
High School Day
Is This Saturday
Thousands of North Carolina
high school students will swarm
onto the campus Saturday for the
annual High School Day, and
University Club President Duffield-
Smith yesterday appealed
for volunteers to conduct tours
of the campus for the visitors.
The visiting classes will be
shown the campus and given a
free show at the Morehead Plan
etarium, in addition to the activi
ties planned for the day.
The present Planetarium show
is "The End of The World."
To Kick Off
To Be Crowned,
Will Get Cup
Carolina's coed fillies will
be straining at the bit and
waiting for the starter's gun
marking the opening of the
seventh annual Sigma Chi
Derby at 3 o'clock this after
noon in Kenan Stadium.
The Derby will begin a
weekend of festivities for Sigma
Chi fraternity which ends with
the climactic Sweetheart Ball
Saturday night in the Carolina
In addition to the five campus
sororities, the Stray Greeks and
the Independent Coeds will par
ticipate in various events, in
cludirfg a pie eating contest, a
sack race, and an egg and spoon
"Miss Modern Venus of 19fr
will be selected from the host of
campus lovelies competing for the
title this year. She will receive
a cup in token of her beauty.
Norm Sper, alumnus of the
University and past head cheer
leader, will officiate as judge.
The Derby will be kicked off
by a parade starting at the Chapel
Hill High School at 2 o'clock. It
will wind its way through Chape!
Hill, ending up at the Stadium.
Door prizes will be awarded at
the Derby to each spectator hold
ing a winning ticket stub. Tickets
will be issued at the gate. Ad
mission is free.
A Sigma Chi spokesman said
yesterday afternoon that the door
prizes, to be awarded" halfway
through the program, would rang?
all the way from "a free car wash
to an electric coffee perculator."
He said that over 30 prizes would
be given out.
A loving cup will be awarded
to the organization winning the
largest number of points in all
Last year Pi Beta Phi sorority
won the field events and Joyce
Richert won the title of "Miss
Booths To Be
Twenty-three organizations will
begin construction of booths for
the University Club Carnival at
noon tomorrow on Navy Field.
Amateur carpenters and elec
tricians will be busy setting up
various amusement stands which
will be open for business at 7
o'clock tomorrow night. The 200
foot midway will offer a variety
of entertainment including rat
roulette, minature golf, penny
toss, and side shows.
The judges will choose the most
original booth before the Carni
val gets underway. The name of
the organization which wins will
be announced at the presentation
of the Ugliest Man on Campu.s
winner by the Theta Chi booth.
Prospective fraternity rushei
may pick up their bids loday
between 9 and 5 o'clock and to
morrow from 9 lo 1 o'clock at
The formal spring rushing
period begins next week.