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CHAPEL HILX N C.
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 13, 1951
Senator Rfbert A, Taft, Repub
lican Presidential candidate, will
speak on "American Foreign Po
licy,'' in Memorial Hall on No
vember 27, 2B, and it was
announced by Dr., Gordon W.
Blackweli, chairman of ' Wait' com
mittee on Established Lectures.
These addresses will be this yearns
Weil Lectures on Citizenship.
The specific topics for "each
night Will be, 13beetives , of
American Foreign Policy,"
"Powers of the President and
Congress in Foreign Policy," and
"A Proper Foreign Policy for the
The University will be hast-to
Senator Taft at a dinner on the
evening of November 28.
This Will be the Senator's third
official Visit to. Chapel 'Hill. He
spoke m Memorial Hall in Feb
ruary, .1940, under the sponsor
ship of the Carolina Political
Union, He also addressed a
luncheon session at the Carolina
Inn in 1948 while on a ampaign
tour in behalf of the then Repub
lican Presidential candidate
Thomas E. Dewey. -
The Weil Lectures were , en
dowed 5-7 years ago by the t ami
lies of Sol anl Henry Weil of
Goldsboro, and the first lecturer
was the late President William
Howard Taft, father of Senator
Taft. , .
Last winter's lecturer was Dr,
Edwin G, Nourse, noted econo
mist, author, and lecturer Mrs
Franklin D. Roosevelt delivered
the Weil lectures in 1940.
Real Surorises Promise
For -Grail Dance Saturday-
"We're convinced that this will
be the best dance of the year",
said Joe Privott, chairman of the
Grail committee in charge of
dance arrangements for the gala
dance to be held in Woollen
Gymnasium Saturday night after
the Notre Dame game.
On hand to furnish the music
for the final Grail Dance of the
fall season will be the Duke
Ambassadors, the only college
Whos Who in American Music."
In addition, Joe Privott said,
We have some real surprises
lined up." He would not elabor
ate on what the surprises are,
but said that he would announce
the complete plans tomorrow.
As usual, the dance will be
strictly informal. Beginning at
9:03 o'clock, it will run until
midnight. The usual prices will
be in effect: stags, 75 cents and
band in this area to be listed in couples, one dollar.
CV Minett. head cheerleader, ville, he turned, over his duties to
.cirtn vi Tnst. todav because i Jones.
WUl lbl&li jf -
To ' Resign Throat
of throat trouble, The Daily Tar
Heel learned yesterday.
Minett will give President Hen
ry Bowers an official statement
and will recommend Durwood
"Nose" Jones, law student, to suc
Minett has been advised by in
firmary doctors to quit his yelling
activities or suffer severe conse-
,r "Even whan he jomea xne
squad n the spring of 1950 he
was warned to taKe it easy, re
cently, he had two h&d cases Tf
strep throat and was forced to
cheering. miaway m me
On Monday mornings while in
his public speaking class, his pro
fessor has cited him for his poor
speaking voice. Minett, elected to
the top cheering job last sprang
on a doubly endorsed ticket, will
continue to work with the squad
and the University . Club for the
remaining two football games.
! want to thank the student
body for their cooperation and
I hope the Carolina spirit will con
timie to run high with DurWood,"
See 2EGI$lATVRE, Page 3
Two candidates out of a field
of 126 failed to attend the com
pulsory meeting of all candidates
required by law last night.
They were Bill Rue UP), d
Curtis Meltzer (SP). Both are
candidates f or one year terms in
the Legislature from Town Men's
They may he reinstated if they
give an acceptable excuse for fail
ing to attend the meeting or pay
a $1 fine by 8 p.ni. Wednesday.
Erline Griffin, chairman of the
Elections Board, reminded all
candidates that the expense ac
counts for their campaigns must
be turned over to her by 6 p.m.
MoncSay before the elections.; ,
Failing to submit an itemized
statement of expenses will result
in disqualification of the -candidate
o the payment of a $10 fine.
Unopposed m the electicn, al
though their names will .ppear
a the ballot, are Grevilda Snider,
graduate seat ozx the Tcsnan's
Council, and Ot Oettincr, treas
urer of -the W AA
The election laws Jiiid Ihi pro-
t-mune of the coraing clacUcuu was
explained to r the1 121 'tiildates
All candidates In e
election who did not attend the
required meeting last night
JUave been dropped as candi
dates unless ihey have a valid
excuse. Tlus action is de manda
tory under Article VIIL Section
X, Subsections (a) and h) ct
iha Elections Law which reads:
"Subsection (a) Absence ex
cuses sall be grwiled tnly icr
XI) ialermeal by ihe Infirmary;
2) cosifllciiag tilassss; () other
reasons approved by Chairman
of the Elections Board.
"Subs&clion &) CanCldaies
not alfeaS -43 -meellag and
not navlng ecus3S as provided
Is subsection (a) shall te drop
ped as candidates. They may be
reinstated by contacting tiie
Chairroaa cf tha Elisions' Board
williln 31ouXS aftsr aald meet
Ta- Asryosie? .
; Tli&re will be a tea parly in
honor of Mrs. R. H. Wettach
Dean of Women, in i mam
loans of Gr&tiam Ucmd rial from
( Special to The Daily Tar Heel)
Other cheerleaders wanted Min- r- Taf t TiwWht Benate and , establish a XVan-n'
ett to stay as head cheerleader I D Elsenhower for the COP pres- I Residence Council Ser ine pr
w w oi.es iaKing wer uie major idenVial nomination appeared to
chores, but Minett thought it bet- Av 'harr ctdit avral state
. "4C llL ie vmciauy Republication organizations wide
tcMgiieu, j ones, a law student,
hz& been cheering in the last few
games. One observer has tailed Although Eisenhower has made
hi3 cheering "the best Tve seen public announcement that he
since Kay Kyser.' is available, he already has de-
t veiopea swong suyyvix uiuug i f
In the spring elections of 1&50 RonuhlfoAfi TsT&tfciti&l Committee I &?fS"arf!rlr'ar
Jones lost out to Joe Chamb- I members, state chairman and ov- i '
iiss oy a oij, vote margin. He had ors in everv section of the
Country. . ' .
jjf n p, - m igF : m r Was"
Meetiag last -night in a special .session the Student Lregislatura
passed bills which would amend the student constitution to (1) abol
ish the Coed-Senate and 2) curb the powers of the Publications -
Board. . x
-The amendments will be submitted to the student body for approval
or disapproval in, the "upcoming November 20 election.
The publications bill, introduced by Student Party Xegislator Gene
Cook, would return the supreme authority over appropriations to
the Legislature, and would in. ef
fect tiullify the recent decision
of the Student Council which, ac
cording to the text of the proposed
resolution, , gave the board "pow
ers which it was not originally
intended, to have and . . limited
the student legislature) insofar as
power over appropriations to cam
pus publications ' is concerned."
(The Council ruled a 4,000 ap
propriation of the legislature un
constitutional because it was made
with the stipulation that the -sum
be used Tor an eight column stand
ard size newspaper, and also gave
the board supreme authority in
publications matters which are
both 'financial and administra
tive.") "' -
Under Cook's amendment the
board would loose its cower to
control the expenditure of all
publications , funds." Such funds
would be "distributed in accord
ance with the allocations to the
individual publications as estab
lished by the student legislature.'"
Prior to the bill's passage last
night the words ""budget" in the
bill were amended to read allo-
cations' in order to give the va
rious publications more flexibility
within their individual " budgets.
The various publications, how
ever, could not continue to borrow
from each other to make uo for
deficits. This would require legis
lative action, "whereas in the past
the Board 'has had the power to
bail the various publications out
of debt. -
The Coed Senate bill, written
and introduced by Peggy "PJ"
Warren, (SP) would dissolve the
for-' 'Prince, '
Funeral services will1 be held
.this afternoon at 4 o'clock for
William Meade Prince, famed
illustrator and author who kill
ed himself at his home here
The 58-year-old artist died
after firing a bullet into his
temple in the studio of, his
Greenwood Drive home, Allen
H. Walker of Hillsboro, Orange
County coroner, ruled following
the death. Walker said ill health
apparently caused Prince to kill
Prince, a native Virginian,
moved to Chapel Hill at the age
of five. He ts the author of
"The Southern Part of Heaven"
a book about Chapel Hill and
did illustrating work for several
. leading magazines. "
Taft; Battle-' .
been "retired" from the diwr.
leading scene until Minett asked
him to help -out this fall. .
Taft, an announced candidate,
led the general 42 to 25 among
Dr. James W. Murdoch, super
intendent of Butner Mental
Hospital,, in a letter to Duncan
poll. Significantly, perhaps, 0
Brackin explained that the State officials said thev either hadnM;
reserves to istself the right to made up their minds or 'Wouldn't
dispense with the services -of any disclose their -decision.
Brackin said he was dismissed
In the same group of GOP
workers, totaling 147, 54 believe
because "he tried to restrain the ! Eiscnli0wer win become a candi-
supervisor .... wna threw
patient on the floor and began
The University Party will meet
tonight at 7 o'clock in Roland
ITmrkrr All'canJidatss are urged
ta attend.- - "-?'
A Bill -draftias General Eisen
hower for President will fee de
feated when the Di Senate holds
its regular meeting tonight at
in its chambers on the third
party officials- willing to express fioor New East Preceding this
their preference for a nominee regular session, an executive ses-
weekend Associated Press sion will be held at 8:00. This will
consist of members and conditi
onal members. The regular session.
at 8:30 is open to the public.
The bill to -be introduced reads;
"Whereas, there is a great lack
of capable leadership in the Gov
ernment today, and
Whereas, General Eisenhower
has the experience equalled by no
other is ad a r in this country,
Therefore, be it resolved by th
Dialectic Senate of the Univer
sity of North Carolina";
Article 1-: General Eisenhower
he drafted by both the publican
stard democratic Parties for
iominitisa tf PreiiJcrit of
date and 24 do not. Sixty nine
did tit want to guess one way or
The Taft and Eisenhower
strength overlapped . in some
eases and : threatened , stiff tate
battle.) if 'the general becomes an
Present for the mcnir
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