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VOLUME LIX CHAPEL
The Carolina Playmakers will
hold their 27th annual Capers at
the Playmaker Theater Saturday
night beginning at 8 o'clock.
.Everyone is invited, admission
As in past seasons, the students
in the dramatic department will
sum up Playmaker activities and
events in Chapel Hill during the
-past year. They will give a Bronx
cheer to artyness and sham, play
maker officials said yesterday.
Edgar Loessin, who holds the
Kay Kyser scholarship, will direct
and has gotten together a cast of
over 20. He announced that the
various episodes will be presented
as a musical review, with the
book review by Al Klein, the
music by Frank Groseclose and
the lyrics by Tom Kerr.
The prologue is set on the Play
makers touring: bus, and there are
10 dream sequences which begin
on a lonely road, travel over the
rough high seas, then onto the
rocky road to Romea, to Verona,
then to a hot, torrid dessert to
ward Esvnt. final lv ending the
dream trip in Chapel Hill.
Larry Pearce is the assistant
director, with costumes by Sara
Stewart and lighting by Hansford
ur nub rut!;
John Lee Thomas, Jr., 714 Cam
eron Ave;, was charged with
reckless driving and illegal pas
session of tax paid whisky after
the car he was driving struck a
light post last night, police re
ported. Thomas' car, borrowed from his
roommate according to police,
careened 30 feet and into a va
cant lot on Roberson Street about
9 o'clock last night, Officer C. J.
Simpson said. Thomas is from
Richard Moffitt Palcanis, listed
as a passenger in the car, was
treated along with Thomas at the
Infirmary for lacerations about
the- face. Palcanis also was
charged with illegal possession.
UNC At Inougral
Dr. Thomas J. Wilson, Director
of the Harvard University Press,
will represent the University June
3 at the inauguration of the Presi
dent of Boston University.
Dr. Wilson is a native of Chap
el Hill and was graduated in
The Mangum Medal Oratory
Contest will be held tonight in
Di Hall in New West at 7:30
.The medal will be presented io
the winner immediately follow
ing the contest by Walter Tice,
past president of the Di.
The contest is open only to
graduating seniors and the ora
tions may be written on any sub
ject. They are not to exceed 10
minutes in running time, how
ever. The Mangum Award is the old
est award on the campus, and
was established in 1878 in mem
ory of Willie P. Mangum, class
HILL, N. C. WEDNESDAY,
Jim Mills Is Named
James A. Mills, senior from Charlotte, has been selected
to receive the Ernest H. Abernathy Publications Award, the
Dean of Students office announced yesterday.
Roy Parker, past editor of The Daily Tar Heel, received
Dean Thomas H. Carroll of the
University, School of Business Ad
ministration has written the lead
article for the current issue of
Advanced Management journal
of the Society for the Advance
ment of Management.
Entitled "Keynote for Manage
ment Industry Partnership," the
article is an outgrowth of a forum
held by educators, executives and
specialists on the general subject
of how management and schools
of business can contribute toward
maximum utilization of resources
during the emergency period.
Kappa DelfaTMeet'"'' ' i hfG?ntn" -Press-Syndicate, and
THE PUBLICATIONS BOARDthe Acme NeWS SmiCe"
will meet in the Grail Room of! In 1949 the award went to W. D.
Graham Memorial today, at 1:20 Carmichael. Ill, sports editor of
p.m. The Daily Tar Heel and chair-
fc J man of the Publications Board.
KAPPA -DELTA SORORITY i and last year it went to Harry
will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock I Snowden, editor of the Carolina
in the Grail Room of Graham 'Quarterly.
Council Suspends Student
. One student was suspended
from the University by the Men's
Honor Council last week for vio
lation of the Honor Code, accord
ing to Allan Milledge. chairman.
The student confessed to the
charge of signing ficticious names
when taking books sf rom the li
brary and then neglecting to re
All of the books he had re
For US. Department
By Bill (Punchy) Grimes
. Communications Center will
temporarily lose one of its most
versatile and experienced staff
members when Edward Freed,
producer of the technicolor cam
pus movie, goes to Greece on an
important mission for the State
Freed, who has been director
of the motion picture division for
the past 4 years, is scheduled to
leave the United States about the
middle of June. His project,!
which is connected with the au-1
die-visual division of The Voice
of America, will consist of the I
making of eight to 10 color mo-;
tion pictures in Greece. i
The pictures will be edited in :
the United States, translated to;
Greek, and then sent back to '
Greece to be shown to the people. ;
According to Freed, it is the'
MAY 23, 1951 NUMBER 149
The award, set up in 1941, con
sists of a $50 prize given annually
to the person whom a selection
committee adjudges to have done
the most distinctive work in cam
pus publications during the year.
The committee is composed- of
the Dean of Students, a repre
sentative of the School of Journa
lism, president of the student
body, the chairman of the Publi
cations Board, and the director of
Mills, originally from Witchita,
Kan., has an impressive record in
publications here. At present the
editor of the Yackety Yack, he
was associate editor of the year
book and Tarnation . last year.
Also, he has been a staff photo
grapher for The Daily Tar Heel
and the University News Bureau
for the past three years.
A freelance, photographer on
the side, he has had pictures used
by papers throughout the state
as well as by Time, Newsweek,
(See MILLS, page 2)
moved from the library were re
turned after confession.
The only other case tried last
week was a violation of the Cam
pus Code. The student was
charged with excessive drinking
and disorderly conduct. He was
found guilty and placed on in
Bill Walker was appointed as
the Council's Bad Check Representative.
Will Go To Greece
hope of the State Department that
these films will aid in strength
ening Greco-American relations.
They will show Greece to the
Greeks and thus help them to bet
ter themselves and their living
He will be accompanied by Mrs.
Freed who will act as assistant
Freed said the State Depart
ment has instructed him and his
crew to stress personal contacts
during the four to six months
they are abroad. It -will be their
duty to personally promote good
will, lie said that -he will try to
do this by showing them the fun
damentals of the American way
of life. He plans to use slides
of the 'Uni eiity to illustrate U.
S. educational institutions.
This new position is considered
GREENSBORO, May 22-A provision for a three man
committee to work with a similar committee from North
Carolina College in Durham to make "adequate and satis
factory provisions for Negro graduate students" was approved
yesterday as the Board of Trustees convened at Women's
College in Greensboro for their semi-annual meeting. :
In other business, the Board approved the appointment,
; : of Dr. Logan Wilson as Academic
Twenty-one juniors and seniors
in the School of Business Admin
istration were initiated into Beta
Gamma Sigma, honorary scholas
tic fraternity, in ceremonies here
The initiation was followed by
a banquet in Lenoir Hall.
To' be eligible for membership
'.n Beta Gamma Sigma students
nust rank scholastically in the
highest 10 percent of the senior
class and the highest two percent
of the junior class.
The 21 initiates are William
Henry Aldridge. Jr., Burlington:
Frank Cornelius Bell, Jr.," Ashe
ville; Albert Stowe Blankenship,
Jr., Charlotte; James Oliver Cork-
rell, Wilson; Harvey Colchamiro,
Brooklyn, N. -Y.; Phillip Jackson
Edwards, Raleigh; Freddy Lee
Garner, High Point; Willard
Branch Harris, Areola; James
William Johnson, High Point; Oli
ver Conrad Stewart, Jr., Chapel
Hill; John Russell Wellons, Sel
Edward Heathcliff Austin, Four
(See INITIATION, page 2)'
Group Set Up
A campus Committee for Fam
ine Relief m India has been set
up here to help raise money for
120,000.000 starving people of
Due to unprecedented floods
and general depleted economy,
one-third of the Indian population
is scheduled to die unless aid
comes to them fast. To help ac
complish this a booth will be set
up in the Y Court between 9 a.m.
and 5 p.m. today and between
9 and 12 tomorrow to collect
funds from the Carolina Student
Bodv for aid to the stricken
masses. .The churches of Chapel
Hill are making their own collections.-
Donations may also be mailed
to the Campus Committee, Box
(See FAMINE, page 2)
to be a feather in Freed's cap be
cause of its importance in world
affairs today. It will add to the
long list of activities in which he
has successfully participated,
Freed began by teaching dra
matics and became assistant to the
well-known William DeMille, then
of the University of Southern Cal
ifornia. Later he held a position in
Hollywood as supervisor for the
U. S. Department of Education.
; lie joined the staff of the Univ.br
i sity Communication Center in
' 1947 after acting as writer and di
rector for the Department of Ag
riculture in Washington.
Ho has been in charge of sev
eral important pictures made here
including. "In the Name of Free
;dom," which will be released soon
after his return.
Vice-President of the Consoli
dated University. "Dr. Wilson.
who is Dean of Newcomb College
and graduate chairman of sociol
ogy, Tulane University, will ad
vise and coordinate President
Gray on matters of curricula. ' :'
The new committee will get
into action soon to advise the -Board
on procedure for further'
admissions. An . administration
spokesman said that needed grad
uate courses at NCC for profes
sional fields would probably be
taught by the faculty of the other
three units on a rotation ' basis
until a faculty and other facili
ties can be provided for by NCC.
So far, the Consolidated Uni
versity has received five applica
tions from Negroes to obtain the
doctorate degree with one' appli
cation to the Library Science de-"
The committee will recommend
to the Board its findings on whe
ther or not NCC is prepared" to
offer the courses in question byf'
On April 4, the Board adopted
a resolution providing that When"
applications are made to graduate '
schools by Negroes, they will be'
accepted or rejected in accord-'
ance with the approved rules of
admission when such schools are
not proyided by the State for
In a comparatively quiet ses
sion, the Board approved an Ad
ministrative Code which defines
the functions and duties of the
.administrative branch of the Uni
versity. Under the new code,
Controller W. D, Carmichael, Jr.,
switched titles and became Vice
President of the University. How
ever, his duties will still be those
of a Controller. .
As Academic Vice-President
Dr. Wilson will be ar ex-officio
member of the faculties of the
three institutions, of the Admin
istrative Council, of. the faculty.,
of each school and college within
each of the institutions, and of
such committees which consider
matters on curriculum.
His principal activities will con
sist of work in the field of alio- -cation'
of functions and in the
educatonal aspects of the long
range development program un
der the President's direction. He
will serve in a staff capacity iri
the office of the President and
will work with and through the :
The new vice-president is a na-
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tlVC Ot iiUniSVllie, lt'.vis. lie
educated at Sam Houston College,
Southern Methodist, the Univer
sity of Texas, where he took his
M.'A., and Harvard where he re
ceived an M.A. and Ph.D.
President Gray explained that
the new appointments are in line
with the reorganization plan or
the administration of the Consoli
dated University. Former Assis
tant Dean of Students Friday was
named assistant to the President
recently to operate in the field
(See TRUSTEES, page 2)
All seniors and candidates for
degrees this June will meet in
Gerrard Hall at 4:15 this after
noon to be briefed on the com
ing Commencement exercises, ii
was announced yesterday by J,
C. Lyons, Faculty Commence
Instructions on the details of
Commencement procedure will
be given to graduating students
and the schedule of events .for
the graduation ceremonies wiH
be gone over.
The meeting is very impor
tant. Lyons said, and all seniors
should attend and be on lime.