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The Carolina Playmakers will
present their first student produc
tion of the winter season, "Hos
pitality" by Jack Porter, on Wed
nesday and Thursday nights at
I'M in the Playmakers Theatre.
Vhere is no charge for admission
"Hospitality' is a three-act com
edy, written for the playwriting
courses, and tells of the hilarious
turmoil brought into the lives of
one man's family: by the sudden
visit of a former warbuddy.
The author, Jack Porter, is a
graduate student, maiorinff in
dramatic art. and comes from
Clinton, Ky. Tins is the fiat full- !
fength play he has completed, and
the stall of the Playmakers rate it
ai outstanding achievement in
the field of light comedy;
Porter has also . anoeared as an
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HILL, N. C. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1951
Profs. Edgar Alden and William
S. Newman of the music faculty
will give a joint violin and piano
recital in Hill music hall tonight
at 8:30 o'clock.
Their program will include two
of the best known sonatas for
this ensemble, Beethoven's
"Kreutzer Sonata,' which in
spired Tolstoy's murder novel , of
the same title, and Cesar Franck's
popular "Sonata in A Major."
In addition, Professor Alden
will play Bach's "Chaconne" for
unaccompanied violin solo, often
performed by masters of the
Formerly concert master of the
North Carolina Symphony Orch
estra and of the Mozart Festival
Orchestra in Asheville, Professor
Alden has appeared as ' soloist
with both these and other orch
estras. As first violinist of the
Raleigh String Quartet, the Uni
versity String Quartet, the Uni
versity Trio and the Alden String
Trio, he has appeared in many
cities in the Carolinas and
Georgia- He assisted in the organ
ization of the Raleigh Chamber
Music Guild and served for a
number of years as its musical
director. Before coming to the
University he was on the music
faculty of Meredith College.
Professor Newman is author of
"The Pianist's Problems," "Thir
teen Keyboard Sonatas of the 18th
and 19th Centuries," Keyboard
Sonatas by the Sons of Bach,"
and numerous other publications.
He makes annual lecture recital
tours in" various parts of the
country and has appeared often
as soloist with orchestras or re
citalist in Boston, Cleveland, New
York, Chicago, Washington, and
other large cities. Before coming
to the University here he taught
at Western Reserve University
and Columbia University.
Di Will Discuss
Immediate strengthing of the
United State position abroad is
asked in a bill to be discussed
by the Dialectic Senate at 8
o'clock tonight in the Di Hall
on the third floor of New West
The bill, expected to be pre
sented by Senator Ken Penegar,
calls for economic, political and
military reinforcement of the
nation's foreign affairs.
Included is a measure for pro
curement of military and naval
bases in certain strategic areas
and maintenance of these bases.
The- Yack picture of all sena-
tors and conditional members ot
the Di will be taken at 7:30 The
debate is opn to all students.
There will be a meeting or um
Myogram Club tonight at 7 :30.
Pictures' for the Yackety Yack
Sill Be iaiien. '"V' T ...- A-.r- mnrprns the United
asked to wear
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A resolution to replace the Hon
or System at UNC by a proctor
system will be debated by the
Phi Assembly at its regular week
ly meeting tonight at 8 o'clock
in the Phi Chambers on ", the
fourth floor of New East build
ing. The resolution denies that the
present Honor System has been
effective and points an accusing
finger at the requirement that
students certify not to have cheat
ed. It is so , phrased as to draw
support both from those " who
would accept unquestioningly the
assumption that every Carolina
student is honest, and those who
think a strict system of super
vision would be more practical.
It is understood that an al
ternative resolution defending the
existing Honor System will be in
troduced if the bill to abolish it
The discussion of this subject
was proposed in an effort to pro
vide a forum for the clarification
of the actual nature of the pres
ent Honor System and the con
sideration of constructive meas
ures with regard to any weak
nesses that may now exist.
General Franco's ambassador to
the United States, Jose Felix de
Lequerica, toured the Chapel
Hill campus yesterday, afternoon.
He visited the Language Labora
tory with Professors Stoudemiar
and Leavitt and made a record
ing in his native language on the
importance of Spain.
Senor de Lequerica expressed
admiration for the spaciousness
of the campus and said he was
very impressed by the beauty of
the Playmaker's building.
The Spanish envoy spoke yes
terday to the Raleigh Rotary Club
at a luncheon meeting. Also pre
sent at the luncheon were U. S.
Ambassador to Columbia Capus
Waynick, and Governor Kerr
Scott Entertainment for Senor de
Lequerica and his wife was high
lighted by a dinner at the gover
nor's mansion last night.
Senor and Senora de Leque
rica are leaving for Washington
today. Thev will return by car
via the Skyline Drive.
FrencSi Club Meets
In Lenoir Todoy
The French Club will have its
monthly meeting tonight in the
:..t. mlnrf haU nf T.pnnir Hall
The program, "Citoyen du
Monde" to be presented follow
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Uee FRENCH, page 4)
By Bruce Melton
The Student Council was still deliberating the question of
the budget bill as to its constitutionality as The Daily Tar Heel
went to press this morning.
The bill included a stipulation to the effect that The Daily
Tar Heel become a standard-sized newspaper.
They had heard opinions from Attorney . General Bob
Evans, Publications Board Chairman Frank Allston, Editor
of The Daily Tar Heel Glenn Harden, Budget Committee
member Sheldon Plager and Student Party Chairman Julian
After some three hours of discussion last night the coun
cil refused to hear the aDDeal of
Rolf e Neill and O. Mac White
from the Men's Honor Council
where they were found guilty of
Larry Botto, in announcing the
decision, said the Student Coun
cil did not re-try the. case but in
Afier the hearing last night,
Rolf e Neill and Mac While is
sued this statement:
"We appealed. We lost. The
campus is sick of it so are we.
Although we stedfastly main
tain our innocence, we will car
ry the issue no further."
discussing it found tfiat the Men's
Council had considered sufficient
evidence to find them guilty.
The constitutionality question,
which was brought by a ruling
from Attorney - General Bob
Evans, was expected to involve
an obiter dictum ruling on the
Publications Board with the
same stipulation concerning the
size of The Daily Tar Heel.
White and Neill were officially
reprimanded last" week by the
Men's Honor Council for a viola
tion of the Campus Code, specif
ically "character assassination"
against Student Body President
Henry Bowers. "
The defamation of character al
legedly occurred in articles pub
lished in the October 14 issue, of
The Daily Tar HeeL The column
by White and letter by Neill ac
cused the student president of be
ing a liar. "
Prior to their Men's Council
conviction, White and NeilL along
with President Bowers', were ac
quitted of charges of lying - be
cause of insufficient evidence.
1 QSth Year
To Take Place
This week-end will mark
another step forward in the
growth xt the University law
school. Saturday morning at 10:30
a gathering of distinguished
gentlemen from all over the state
will meet in the new courtroom
of Manning Hall to dedicate the
enlarged building to the future
generations of law students.
The Reverend David Yates will
give the Invocation with Chan
cellor R.B. House presiding. A
welcome to the guests will be ex
tended by Dean Henry Brandis,
Jr. of the Law School.
, Those present will be; Knox
Walker, president of the Law
school administration, in behalf
of the law students; President
Gordon Gray representing the
University Administration; Lt
Governor H.P. Taylor for the
State and Trustees; Speaker WrfaIIocatin of funds torl-vt.
jjraruc xayior of the hmiv nt
Representatives representing the
Gene-il Assembly; and Chief
Justice WA. Devin who comes in
behalf of the Judiciary.
Others who will be at the meet
ing on Saturday are Attorney
General Harry McMullan for th
law enforcement bureaus Pres !
The Council, according to the
Student Constitution, has original
jurisdiction in all cases involving
the constitutionality of any legis
lative ' or executive action.
The ruling, which Evans pre
pared last week at the request
of Legislator Albert Pace (SP
Men's dorm district 2), declared
the $4000 appropriation for the
Daily .Tar Heel unconstitutional
because of an attached stipula
tion which required the funds
to.be used for an eight column
standard size . paper only.
This stiuplation, according to
Evans' ruling, restricted the edi
tor's right to "make her own de
cision as to a broad policy mat
ter which does not concern waste
of funds." , .
In what might be called an
"obiter dictum" to the ruling,
Evans also defined the powers of
the Publication Board which last
week voted to return the Tar Heel
to a standard size paper to be
published six times a week dur
ing the remainder of the' fall quar
ter and only five times a week
during the winter and spring
According to Evans interpre
tation, the Board shall act "to
prevent "unwise spending, waste,
extravagance," and "xnal-appro-priation,"
which he considers to
be a guarantee to the editor of
the "right to make her own deci
sion as to a broad policy matter
which does not concern waste of
The stipulation, he decided,
"seems to trespass on the editor's
right as a free individual to exer
cise her freedom of choice in the
selection of a paper which she
believes the majority of students
Lav ; School
I ident Louis J. Poisson of the
North Carolina . Sta Bar, Pres
ident W. A. Leland McKetthea
representing the N. C. Bar Asso
ciationi and Dr. Robert H. Wet
tach of the Law Faculty.
Dean FLD.G. Kibble, president
of the Association of American
Law Schools, will give the address
of the day entitled, "Spiritual
Values in Legal Education."
The Benediction will be afford
ed by the Reverend David Yates.
The law school which first
opened its doors 106 years ago will
now provide double the housin
facilities as it did in recent years"
The new addition has been undr
construction for the last two years
and under former contracts it
.rtanate- that the plans
Pefled more than would be
possible to nHtal i
' me same
xieaamg and stud v
llOTiS Will rnmnara , .
those o, an rvr1
offices, study spac" T"
tne same roof. er
Also provided for the law ct,
dents are large reading
a spacious stt