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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, November 02, 1951, Page 1, Image 1

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"I 'I. J. i SERIALS DEPT. CHAPEL KILL, N. C. 8-31-49 oncor VOLUME LX .- CHAPEL, HILL, N. C. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1951 NUMBER 37 A?" 3 7 if 's. Here sire 15 attractive sponsors. ..;.:.rv; .. : . . fi -jf-: ::::::-:-:-:-::;;. Gymnasium from 9 to 1 o'clock. Johnny Long and his orchestra will furnish music Top row, left to right, they are: Miss Mary Strickland, High Point, with Jake Froelieh, Jr., High Point, a member of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity and president of the German Clubj Miss Nadia Doughtridge, Rocky Mount, with Billy Quarles, Rocky Mount, Phi Gamma Delta and vice-president of the German Club; Miss Elizabeth Hamrick, Shelby, with Bill Bostic, Forest City, Kappa Alpha and secretary of the Club; Miss .Sally Bullard, Charlotte, with Alex McMillan, Charlotte, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; and Miss Jane Schoolfield, Danville, Va., with R. Bryant Hare, III, Wilmington, Phi Gamma Delta. . Middle row: Miss Anita Caine, Miss Clara Howell, FayetteviRe, Philpott, Beckley, .W. Va., with Richards, Beckley, W, Va., with Phoenix, Ariz., with Bob Snow, Bottom row:" Miss Carolyn Butcher, Charlotte, with Richard Penegar, Gastonia, Kappa Sigma; Miss Florence D. Hopkins, Baltimore, Md., with Charles A Borla, III, Philadelphia, Pa., Delta Psi; Miss Betty R. Merritt, Atlas Ga., with-Spencer Gregory, Raleigh, Zeta Psi; Miss Margaret Ellen, Rocky Mount, with George Evans, Murfreesboro, Pi Kappa Alpha; and Miss Sally Trowbridge, Fort Lauder dale, Fla., with Roddey Dowd, Charlotte, Sigma Chi, 'Beat Tennessee Pep-Rally Will Feature Johnny Long And Mr. & Mrs. Kay Kyser An all-star cast will be on' hand for "the year's best rally' con densed into a 30 minute show to night ki Memorial Hall, starting at 7:30, Duff ield Smith, Univer sity Club president, said yester day. The rally will be ove,r in time for those attending the Ger mans to get ready for the dance. Mrs. Kay Kyserf the former Georgia Carroll, and Johnny Long are the latest additions to the program, which Smith has called "more cat a show 'than a rally. Assisting Head Cheerteader Cy Minet wlU be Kay Kysea '27 eheerieadea?, President Gordon Bi-Parti$ah... . The Bi-ParrJbaa Selection Board will meet from 2 until 4 o'clock ihis aflsrnoa in ilio Men's Council room of Graham Memorial to interview student applications for honor council seals. , . .- - One freshman seal one soph omore seat,' and oaae graduate seat will be filled on Hie Men's Council. v The Board will have Its final interview of prsopective mem bers Monday night at 7 o'clock. Final selection of those who will fill the vacant honor coun- " cil seats will be made by t the student bod 1 however, 'when ihey go to the polls ; to vole in the forthcoming fall elections. zM$m ft Lat J&el " 1 ? 1111 I'" '7, s '4 ' for the fall' German Club dance - Greensboro, with Jim Schenck, with Bill McKay, Fayetteville, Fletcher M. Green, II, Chapel Hill, Dick Thompson, High Point, Kappa Chapel Hill, Sigma Nu. Gray, and Chancellor Robert House. Both Gray and House will lead cheers besides giving short talks. "We want everybody to show up for this one and show the team we're really behind them,"" Smith asserted. .Tlae University Band will pre sent a new arrangement of an old cheer to the tune of "Sound Off in practice for tomorrow's game. Minett and the pest of the Carolina cheerleaders will be co operating with the new staff of cheerleaders for te rally. Msa. Kyser will " sug while Crook Sparrow ; lit : 1 v.v.-.'.v.vX? c 1 A..-.-.-.-. vv. 5 rv s earing Set For Wednesday Hobart Lee, accused slayer of Rachel Crook, wEl have a prelim inary hearing November 1 at 10 a. m, in. Hillsboro. Lee's attorney, Bonner IX Saw yer, requested the hearing at last Monday's session of County Court. In .order to avoid crowding the regular schedule, the hearing was set ahead from Monday to Ved nesday. Throughout the three month period that Lee has been jailed under accusal of slaying the 79 year eld woman, Sherrif Sam Lat ta renerfdly has said that ha has 1 r 1:. -.v?iv" 4 to be held' tonight in Woollen Greensboro, Delta Kappa Epsilon; Beta Theta Pi; Miss Wanda Xou Alpha Tau Omega; Miss Nancy Alpha; Miss Mary Lee Griffith, Bandleader Long will make a per sonal appearance. Smith calls the show "a treat instead of a treat ment . ( Smith pointed out that the Uni versity Club realized that oom cationa would ensue because of the timing, of the rally but ex plained that since it would not start until 7 :45, students would have ample time after the Ger mans concert for dinner and time to get dressed before dance be cause the rally will be over by 8:15 . : . South BuHd4agr beils will an nounce the start of the combina tion show v the right man and he states that he will present some of the evi dence against Lee at the hearing. . If sufficient evidence is brought before "Judge L. j. Kiipps, Lee's case will be sent to a higher court. If no convicting or "probable cause" can be presented Lee will l)ave to face the jury anyway. A hearing for Ira Sparrow, charged with ..the murder ot his wife, wiH also be conducted at the Wednesday meeting.- Both men are being, hcid ki the Hillsboro jail. I Hi ghlsgni By Burma Vogt This afternoon and tonight will mark the opening of ths first annual Germans Club concert and formal dance. Well known, and renowned 'Johnny Long and his famed orchestra will appear for both functions, including an appearance at the pep rally tonight at 7:30. " The concert is to take place to 6 p.m. The dance will be from 1 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in Woollen Gym. Long, who is a graduate of; Duke University, is appearing for J the first time on this campus; at the request of the students according to the statement given by Jim Schenck, club member. Reason for not having the us ual Saturday night dance is due to the slack in attendance in previous- years. According to Schenck the setup this year should prove to be better for both the students and the Club, since Saturday nights on the Gerd mans weekend are filled with various parties and get-togethers for the numerous fraternities on campus. The figure will take place im mediately following the inter mission. There will be sixteen sponsors escorted by their dates who are also members of the Ger mans Club. Officers of the organization are: Jake Froelieh, president, Billy Quarles, v,ice-presidentj Chuck Haywood, treasurer, and Bill Bos tic, secretary. Members of the executive committee- include Fletcher ' Green, Alpha Tau Ome ga; Bill McKay, Beta Theta Pi; Jinr-Schenck, Delta Kappa Epsi lon; Tim Bord, Delta Psi; Dick Thompson, Kappa Alpha; Dick Penegar, Kappa Sigma; Dan Uz zle, Phi Delta Theta; George Evans, Pi Kappa Alpha; Alex Mc Millan, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Roddy Dowd, Sigma Chi; Bob Snow, Sigma Nu; and Spencer Gregory, Zeta Psi. Voting Dates Are Changed, There was an atmosphere f harmony last night in Di Hall as the Student v Legislature voted $M)00 to keep the Carolina qa teriy In a sound financial status and f eapproved Nov. 20 and 29 as general election dates. The solons passed these asd a third biH allocating $43 for re gistration fees of UNC delegates to the State Student. Legislature, ki a session, that lasted little over an hour with nine saresnbers absent. The budget revision problem was turned over to the fina-nce committee which will wotk on a completely new revision, bill and meet with, the advisory budget committee soon. - The Quarterly which has had money problems since its incep tion in 1948, gets $500 which the Legislature hopes will keep the literary magazine m ' - the black and an additional $500 which is underwritten in the event of financial difficulty. '., Following a presidential veto, the Legislature "went right back to where it started from" as one member put it, and repassed an original election bill which had set the dates as Nov. 20 and 29. The amended dates had been Nov. 15 and 20.. - " : ; A bill similar to a resolution adopted by the Coed Senate asked for the dissolution of the grouo and hi its stead formation of a Women's Residence Council which would have powers similar tothe ; old senate but would have a different membership setup. Mag Gets Sum KJT.X . T . at Memorial rial! trom 1 p.m. f" t Johnny Long uoiications Board Nov; Supreme The student council last night placed "supreme authority" on ail publications matters in the hands of the Publications, Board." After a quiet session, lasting al most three hours, in which the council heard Editor of The Daily Tar Heel, Glenn Harden,, agree with publications Board member. Walter Dear that all publications matters are financial matters, the council releasedthe following rul ing: The Student Council inter- , prets Sect. 2, Art. V. of the Student Constitution which states that ''financial supervi sion of all publications financed by the authority of the Student Legislature shall be vested in the . Publications Board," to mean thai in any and all mat ters involving the expenditure and disposition of funds provid ed' to the Publications Board, the decision making authority is that of the Publications Board, and thai supervision and control of the disposition and expenditure of funds shall be the sole am of authority, of the Piihlica&ons Board. Xn mottem wfk& are both fa nancieA and adminlstraiive sucft as the sfse of the papeiv tike' Pubi&eatlsKJ Board shall have swgeeaae authority. The boatd also heard Editor of the Yaekety YaeSc Sue Lindsay; urge the ibove ruling. Editor Harden released the fol lowing stateraesitt "The theory of popular control of the student newspaper through campus-wide elections for the Editor is now esqdoded. Thepe is no longer any reason for elections of Editors and it is my wish that the legia-i latere, acting as a responsible body, recommend a constitutional, ameswknea to that effect n the next general elections.' J' Grail Da Tickete for the Grail Dance may be purchased today at the T Court or at the door Saturday night. The dance will be in Voollea Gym and Bill Byers and his Duk Cavaliers have been scheduled ts furnish the musi A special note to the males- dragging a date will save a quar ter. The prices" are $i for stags and 73 cents per couple,: , proceeds will be "sed fori the an nual scholarship fund , and oihe? worthwhile student activities. I I

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