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T TILONG OGBURH, Miss North Carolina of 1951. lays on a
stretcher outside of a Durham supper club after having been "mur
dered by George Grune as a preliminary to the annual moot trial
sponsored by Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity. Bending over the
"body" ar Tommy Msdlin, her date, and Punchy Grimes of The
Daily Tar Heel.
ock Murder Trial Set
to Commence Tomorrow
- By BlU "Punchy'' Grimes ' ,
George Grune, Duke football player, will go on trial for his
life tomorrov morning, charged with murdering LuLong Og
bulMorTh Carolina of 1951, in a Durham suppe-xlub
."The trial and sentence, .however, will he as fake as was
the stabbing of thebeauty queen. . .
Tim Vaicnime, wxiu w--
, George Freeman, senior pre
law student from Raleigh, was
chosen Chairman of the Men's
Honor Council last night to suc
ceed Allan Milledge, who will
graduate from the University
Elected to fill the post of clerk,
which Freeman vacated to as
sume the chairmanship, was Joe
Privott of Edenton.
The Daily Tar Heel will re-,
tume publication January 3.
net January 4 as stated in yes
terday's paper. This is the first
day of classes for the winter
All staffers, old and nw. are
asked to return to school one
day early to put out the first
. The deadlines for thai issue
will be th- arid-; pxerioui
3:30 p.ci. the afternoon Lafero
CHAPEL HILL, N.
- - - reoorted that
the Durham grand jury naa in
dicted Grune on a charge of first
Members of the Carolina cnap
t Phf'Aloha Delta will con
duct the trial with Ike Andrews
. r.hif - nroseeutor. and Jim
Blount handling Grune's defense.
National executives ol tne iaw
fraternity will be on hand to wit
ness the triaL
Court will convene at 11:45 in
the Durham county court house
with Marshal Spears, Durham at
torney, acting as presiding judge.
Spears is a former juage ui.
state superior court.
"The trial wiU start with the se
lection of the jury from members
riirham chapter of the law
fraternity. After a .recess for
lunch, court will reconvene at
for the prosecu-
Hon fa.UNC football player Tom
my Medlin who was
i nf tha Time Ui UlC oxJi'-fc.y--
murder. Other witnesses wiU be
Skeet Hesmer who was ?eated at.
7. ..uu with Miss Ogburn and
J w.f.n. the mci-
was cm nana - -..T
aent, and Ruffia Woody, Daily
Tar Heel photograph.
: (See TRIAL, Page S): r
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1951
racy Ity Gives
n Dean Issue
More opinions from faculty
members have been voiced -on the
subject of the appointment of
Dean of the College of Arts and
In yesterday's newspaper it was
reported that Dean of the General
College Corydon P. Spruill had
been suggested as a candidate
to fill the post but that some Uni
versity faculty members had op
posed the suggestion on the
grounds that Spruill was a "com
However this is not the com
plete case, according to some fac
ulty sources. Last spring , when a
move was made to make foreign
languages (basic elements in the
general liberal educational phil
osophy) elective instead of re
quired, Spruill supported the lib
eral arts courses and maintained
that they should be required.
Spruill, who graduated in 1920
from the University and went to
Oxford on a Rhodes scholarship
where he received a bachelor of
literature degree, has always be
lieved in a liberal education, it
Economics is considered an in
tegral part of the liberal - arts
school. Spruill is a professor in
the department of economics and
is also a professor of economics in
the business administration school.
Appointment of the post was
originally planned to. be made
by January, Chancellor Robert
B. House had indicated,, but be
cause a study committee to define
the duties of the arts and sciences
dean was organized and other
reasons the appointment has been
House has been in Florida with
other University officials attend
ing the annual Southern Asso
ciation of Colleges and Secondary
Schools convention. He is ex
pected to be at work in his office
(See SPRUILL, Page 5)
Nurses Given Ni
On Hostess Jobs
Dean Kemble, head of the nurs
ing school, yesterday disapproved
a' plan for six freshmen nurses
to serve as hostesses in theJPine
room of Lenoir Hall. '. .
The nurses were to serve as
hostesses in the afternoons this
week. The plan was to . start as
an experiment and if it proved
successful would have been con
tinued next quarter. . ;
Dean Kemble in explaining to
the manager of the Pine room
said she thought the girls had
enough work to do without acting
as hostesses there., V
' The girls would ; have enter
tained i the other students who
wished to dance or talk. - A s
V . '. . . - f
A prominent employee may be indicted Monday for using
University labor and materials in the construction of his home, the
Daily Tar Heel learned yesterday.
District Solicitor William Murdock said in Durham yesterday
that he will be in Chapel Hill today to confer with University of
ficials on the matter.
Alrdeady in Murdock's hands is a report from the State Bureau
of Investigation, which reportedly has been investigating the al
iedged misuse of University property for the past few weeks.
Murdock said that if the additional evidence expected to be
obtained tomorrow so warrants, he will present the case to the
Orange County Grand Jury when the Superior Court convenes
in Hillsboro Monday.
RALEIGH, December 6 The State Bureau of Investigation to
night confirmed 'reports that it has been "looking into" a case of
alleged misuse of State properties in Chapel Hill.
They would give no further details of the incident, said to in
volve a supervisor at the University of North Carolina.
Must Order Yacks
Students graduating this
quarter or leaving school as the
result of an invitation to join
Uncle Sam and his buddies, will
have to order their 1952 Yacks
today if they want to be sure to
receive one when . they are pub
- Editor ' Sue Lindsey said yes
terday the number of Yacks were
set and students not here all
three quarters could - not be as
sured of a copy unless they
ordered one now.
Selden To lead
Prof. Samuel Selden, director
of the Carolina Playmakers, who
will read Dickens famous "Christ
mas Carol' at a program in the
Playmakers Theater at Chapel
Hill Sunday night at 8 o'clock.
' Final Exarn Schedule
: The following exam schedule1 was released for this quar
ter. By action of r the , faculty, tlSe time of an examination
may not be changed after it has bjsn fixed., "1
(Diie to. the Selective Service aptitude test, no examina
tibn will be given on Thursday, December 13.)
. :. Classes " ? ,; i Exam -
' All 10:00 classes...l..:......l.Saturday, Dec. 8, 2:00 p.xru t
-V Common Examination (all French, German and
; ! j ; Spanish' courses 1,2,3,4,)... Jkionday, Dec. 10, 8:30 a.m. '
All 11:00 classes.:..:...:....Monday, Dec. 10, '2:00 p.m.
All 1:00 classes and Business . . , i
Administration 71 and 72... Tuesday, Dee. 11, 8:30 a.m. ' ;
- All 12:00 classes....... ...Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2:00 p.m..
All 2:00 classes and - . - - i
2kology 103..;-....:..:.1--Wednesday, Dec. 12, 8:30 a.m. V
: i All 8:00 classes..j..;L...:.-Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2:00 p.m
r All 9:00 classes.. ...... JYiday, Dec. 14, 8:30 anu - ;
UAH 3:00. classes and all classes not otherwise pro - , J
vided for in this scheduled Friday, Dec. 14, 2:03 p.m.
Christens Seds :
Students ordering a Yack, must
pay $1.75 for each quarter they
are not . in school and $.75 to
cover mailing charges.
Ordinarily, the student pays
this amount in block fees at the
beginning of each quarter,- Editor
Lindsey said. .
Students - must plaee - their
order in the Yack office' oh second
floor Graham Memorial today and
the Yacks will be mailed to them
when they are distributed next
Spring. ."-. . : .
The program will also include col
lections for, the Orange County
Empty Stockmg Fund to provide
money, clothing, "food and toys
to . needy children on Christmas