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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S 1951 CHAPEL HII.L, N. C
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Election times for dormitory officers and a new delegate
from each dorm to Council meetings were announced by the
Interdormitory Council at its meeting Monday night.
Nominations for. candidates will be held on Tuesday, Oct: 2.
Elections will be held on Oct. 9 and runnoffs, if necessary, on
Oct. 11. Qualifications for the offices of president, vice-president,
secretary, and treasurer will be announced by those
conducting the election work for the IDC.
A compulsory meeting of all
candidates will be held Oct. 4.
IDC officers will lead in an orien
tation program to acquaint pros
pective dorm officers with their
The by-laws of the Council will
'be adjusted to fit. the new change
created when the 18 advisors were
dropped from membership in the
group. In Hheir place will be a
representative from each dorm
elected by fellow residents. The
new. delegate will have the same
voting power in Council matters
as did an advisor. -
IDC President Bob Creed urged
all dorm residents to start look
ing for "capable and conscien
tious" men for the posts. "The new
Council will be faced with many
problems and we- will need lead
ers who will take an active part
in IDC activities," he added.
Meanwhile, the new dorm ad
visory ' setup is getting an added
boost. Advisors are attending a
weekly training course on coun
seling and guidance technics,
William Cupp, head of the ad- nounced in this year's faculty by
visors, announced. The advisors South Building,
heard Dr. Gordon, Ellis of the Victor A. Gruelach has been
Education department last night promoted to a full professor in
talk on counseling. Cpach Walter the Department of Botany
Rabb, assistant baseball coach and Leave has been "granted to
intramural director, and his as- wmiam A. white, associate pro
sistant, Bill Kucyk, talked to the fessor of Geology, for one calen
group Monday night. dar year to serve as Professor in
The program is intended to give4the University of Arequipa, Peru:
advisors a broader understanding
of counseling and their work in
the dorm. "The course will im-
prove their ability to give advice
on academic or personal matters,"
Not Enough Males
Because of lack of response on
the part of Carolina males, Ave-
rett College has had to invite
boys from Duke and VPI to its
dance this Saturday night, John
xveioei oi xne x m reponeu
c;o n n aro W to
xne uanvine, va. smnaig, wxuuii
iC mi.rmol ,nrl fVinc still
wishing to go can, however, he
The first meeting of the Student
Party was held Monday night in
the Roland Parker? Lounges in
Graham Memorial. Chairman
Julian Mason opened the meeting
by' welcoming old. members and
some 75 ( j visitors who attended
' the meeting. , ; r
Tom Sumner was elected trea
surer of the Party to ; replace
John Vincent who , did not return
to school. Fred Coker was elected
to the Student Legislature to fill
ii. . v4. i XTon'a T")fT'
tne vacancy xcxv -
mitory District 2 by Ralph Wad -
' v. . :
A "beat Georgia" pep . rally
in the form of a torch light pa
rade will be held Friday night.
The parade, sponsored by the
University Club will get under
way at 7:30 p.m.
It will be formed in the park
ing lot behind Graham Memor
ial and will proceed to points
of interest around the, campus,
terminating in Memorial Hall.
There will be plenty of torches
for anyone who wants to partici
pate, according to Headleader
. Cy Minett.
More Faculty Changes
More changes have been an- be responsiable for arranging and
to lVah R. Hershner, assist-
t Drofessor of mathematics to
LWtt i ua "nf9 .
The resignation of Charles H.
Clarke, assistance professor in
the School of Education, has been
accepted " in order that hejmay
accept a position elsewhere.
Jenkins Accepts Position
The suoeritendent of the Dur-
h Countv schools, Wilmer M.
, , . has resigned, effective
N mber 15 to accept a position
wUh the School of Education here.
be chiefly concerned with teach-
DaSlC COUrSeS UU WW&t,v-
iflcally with . teachers of matn-
ematics and science. He will also
dell, who changed his judiciary
A full report was made on the
National Student's Association
Congress held at the University
of Minnesota this summer by
Dick Murphy, NSA's delegate to
UNESCO, and Barry Farber, re
gional chairman of NSA". Murphy
stated that NSA has formed piana
to deal specifically with inter
national problems. Farber told
of some of his experiences- with
the organization and of his favor-
1 able attitude toward it.
"There is absoultely no fear, of
a polio epidemic in the Chapel
Hill area," said Dr. O. David Gar
vin, public health officer, when
questioned yesterday about cases
reported here recently.
Leigh Skinner, manager of Le
noir Cafeteria, has been in Duke
Hospital for treatment of polio
since Saturday. Mrs. Robert B.
Lindsay, wife of Dr. Lindsay of
the University Infirmary, has also
been stricken by the disease.
Dr. Garvin said that there are
50 per cent less cases reported
this year than last year. No exact
figures were available. He held a
meeting of the physicians in the
area who concluded that this is
not of an epidemic nature, and
that all is being" done that can
be done now.
directing off-campus student
A native of Aulander, he has
been superintendent of the Dur
ham County schools since 1943.
He began his public school career
in 1931 in Ayden as a high school
eacher. - ! . - :
Studc nit Leg islatu re
Holds First Meeting
Of Year Tomorrow
The first meeting of the Stu
dent Legislature will be held
Thursday night at 7 p.m. in the
Di Hall. Most of the business
wiU be taken up by organiza
tion as many new appointments
will be necessary due to resig
nations and "changes of judici
ary, according to Chairman
Bunny Davis. -
The budget will also come in
for some consideration by the
legislators. The budget was pre
pared last spring for an average
enrollment of 4,000 and will
have to be adjusted to the pres
ent enrollment of 5,500.
- Following the meeting this
week there will be an intermis
sion of" one., week to allow time
to fill the vacancies and make
the new appointments. :
- Any. visitors will be welcome
and are requested to sit in the
back in order, not to cause con
Hartig Is Coach
- Don Hartig, former Carolina
blocking back is head coach at
Morganton High School this
year.-; V :
He was assisted in the pre
season v workouts - earlier this '
month by Dub Hord, a senior
at Carolina and a former Tar
In Lilly zh
Strict Si I enc
To End Duty
Conservation between fratern
ity men and prospective rushees
will be limited to a simple greet
ing until rushing starts October
Klan To Hold
Highway 701 between White
ville and Tabor City will be the
scene this Saturday of a Ku Klux
Klan public, meetmg at 8:30 p.m.,
Grand Dragon Thomas Hamilton
of the Assocation of Carolina
Klans said yesterday.
Klan handbills posted yester
day and today termed the assem
bly a "public speaking" and add
ed a challenge.
The handbills stated, "Bill
Hendrix, Grand Dragon of Flor
ida, has challenged the president
of the North Carolina Jaycees to
a public debate.
Carolinas Grand Dragon Ham
ilton recently threatened to sue
the North Carolina Junior Cham
ber of Commerce if ; it does not
retract a resolution calling the
State Jaycee President Harry
Stewart and his organization say
they have no intention of doing
so. '..-' : -
Agency To Manage
Ball Game Travel
A new service to Carolina stu
dents will be offered this year by
the Graham Memorial Travel
Agency, according to an annonce
ment made ', yesterday by Frank
Allston, director of the Travel
Agency. i "
Allston ; said that a file would
be set up for ; the benefit of all
- : ' i ... .
students : offering rides to any
Carolina football games and for
those seeking rides. There will be
no charge for this service.
Allston suggested that anyone
interested in utilizing this ser
vice for the Texas game on Oct.
6' contact him immediately- at the
Travel Agency. ; The Agency is
open Monday through Friday
from 2-4 o'clock and -the tele
phone number is 9882. , ; ;
AF Of L Strike Continues;
Centers On Wage Dispute
Work stoppage on new con
struction on campus went into its
third week as carpenters remain
ed off the job because of two un
settled points in a proposed con
tract. ''A 12 cents an hour wage in
crease was agreed on by both the
A. F. of L. Carpenters Union and
the employers but they couldn't
agree on when the-swage increase
should go into effect.
Neither could they agree as to
when the -contract could be open
ed for further wage negotiations.
The stoppage effects construction
in the Durham-Chapel Hill area. h.e knew of no further meetings
The carpenters want the wage scheduled with the Federal Media
increase to be retroactive to the tor, Seth Brewer, to attempt to
first day of the strike fnVi vT-t 1 tb-
7, the Interfraternity
ruled at its meeting
The Council acted 'on a recom
mendation, by the ETC Court that
and strict sitenee" be substituted
in its place.
Fratemily ixiiTest cards aro
available ut a table ei up ia
Hie Y Court today for all fresh
m who st&rtsd school during
the summer, the Inierfraterraiy
Council aaaomced yesterday.
Those wishing to be rushed for
a , fraternity- should sign the
The IPC defines "strict silence"
as "allowing fraternity men and
prospective rushees to exchange
salutations only. The old system
of modified silence allowed fra
ternity men and rushees to talk
about anything except fraterni
ties. The Council warned that any
violation of this rule would be
dealt with as such by the IFC
Court. If a rushee is convicted
of such a violation, he renders
himself ineligible to join or be
pledged by any fraternity at Car
olina for a period of not more than
In the case of a. violation on the
part of a fraternity, or one of its
members, "a penalty of not be
ing allowed to pledge or initiate
a person over a period of twelve
months may be placed on that
fraternity," the IFC Rushing
Johnny Robison, president of
the IFC said Monday that "the
action of the IFC in changing the
rushing rules at this time was the
result of complaints by fraternity
men that modified silence was an
open invitation to dirty rushing."
Hey Puffers 1
There will be a meeting of
DiePfiefenraucher, the Carolina
Pipe - Smokers Club.- Thursday
at 7:00 p.m. in 102 C Dormitory."
Herb Teichman, the president of
the organization, invited all in
terested pipe-smokers to attend.
The club, the only one of its
kind, -will discuss plans for the
fall quarter, including a coed
smoker and other social activi
ties. Don't forget the matches.
be able to reopen the contract
for further wage increase negotia
tions in six months if the rising
cost of living warrants it.
The contractors do not want the
six months clause in the contract
but are willing to pay half the
wage increase from the first day
of the strike. A spokesman for
the management said that the half
way mark was as far as they
could go. . i :
J. B. Mills, Jr., business agent
for the striding wogkers, said that
the strike wouid go en until the
dispute is settled. Mr. Mills said.