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by Rosemary Boney
With more to pay and less ris
que, Tarnation humor magazine
got set yesterday to return to
.campus next fall.
- An organizational meeting was
held in President Ham Horton's
office with some 30 males and
three coeds attending. Horton
outlined plans for the first issue
of the combination literary-hu
Buzzy Shull, Winston-Saem,
was appointed temporary , chair
man of the organizational com
mittee which wil take charge of
the initial work in setting up Tar
nation. Shull asked all students
interested in working on the new
publication to contact him at the
Delta Kappa Epsilon house.
Horton said funds for operating
the magazine will come from
subscription and advertising. He
pointed out that the last Tarna
tion made $1,600 in advertising in
1951. Horton said that if part of
the Book Exchange profiits here
are turned back for student use
as requested, there will be ample
money for the magazine.
Jim May ri arc!
Of Di Senate-
' In executive session this week
the Di Senate elected Jim May
nard president and Ken Penegar
president pro tempore.
. John Schnorrenberg gave plans
for the Di-Phi banquet to be held
Thursday . night in Lenoir Hall.
Schnorrpnhprr said that reserva
tions can be made by contacting
mm before Tuesday.
The debaters "elected Gerald
Parker, critic; Charlotte Davis,
clerk; Carl Lowthorp, sergeant-at-arms;
Bill Mudd, treasurer; Ed
Stevens, chaplain; Joel Fleish
man, Carolina Forum representa
tive, and Bill Watt, debate cotin
In other business commenda
tions were given to this year's
presidents, Bob Clampitt, John
Sullivan and Ed Smith.
Last .Yack Day
Today from 10 a.m. until 2
p.m. is the last chance students
will have to pick up Yackeiy
Yacks. Bring your ID card io
Horace , Williams Lounge, Gra
Anyono desiring boxes for
packing odds and ends; may cb
f alii them at the Yacla distribu
tion fllci. . s,:t -f
by Ilolfe Neill
Carolina's coeds woke up
early this morning . . . at 1:15 .
a. m. lo be exact.
They were roused from their
sacks by rebel-yelling males
from the upper and lower
dormitory quadrangles who had
planned to raid Mclver Dorm
itory but were foiled when the
Chapel Hill and Carrboro police
The mob. which had swelled
lo some 5C3 or 600 by 1:45,
wandered from Mclver by
Kenan over to Alderman, where
by this time, all the coeds were
up and crowding the windows.
From Alderman the crowd went
No violence was reported and
Officer Jack Merrill followed
the crowd from dorm to dorm io
see that none occurred.
Ray Jefferies, assistant to the
dean of students, vainly appeal
ed lo the group lo stop. He said
officials had been worried that
such a thing would happen here
after the recent rash of national
publicity concerning such stunts
at other schools.
At Spencer eight males
crashed the door but came out
again after a plea from Jefferies.
One enterprising coed hung out
a sign from Spencer's third
floor. It said: "$5." ,
From Spencer the crowd
crossed Franklin Street lo the
Alpha Gamma Delta House.
They found little of interest
there so they headed cross cam
pus for Smith Dormitory. How
ever, Smith was only a decoy,
for the mob went for Carr
Assistant Dean of Students
Roy Holsien and Bill Friday,
assistant lo President Gordon
"Gray, appeared at the front en
trance of Carr and the crowd
fell back with cries of "Back
. At this lime Chancellor Ro
bert B. House arrived and
ordered the crowd to disperse.
."I'll ship any and everybody I
catch after this - minute the
Chancellor declared. Afterwards
the Chancellor ' lold The Daily
Tar Heel concerning the morn
ing's huzza: "Nothing unto
ward just a lot of noise."
o, The People's Possum
by Bob Slough
Pogo, the people's 'possum who
is running for . President of the
United States, dropped , by The
Daily Tar Heel office yesterday
for a candidate-to-editor chat.
The' newly announced candi
date for the nation's top post an
swered questions about his plat
form and talked of various popu
larity polls in other' universities
throughout the nation.
When asked about his" platform.
Pogo said "I am -definitely in fa
vor of a party platform.. -
, : iThe candidate said he is in fa
vor1 l"of wpmeh- and chillun suf r
ferage, to never impede the flow
of the Mississippi River, to build
CHAPEL HILL. N. C FRIDAY.. MAY; 16. 1952
Large Cast Led
By John Miller
by Chuck Kellogg
Supported by a large and
expert cast, a trio of theater
veterans will handle the ma
jor roles in - tonight's grand
opening of "The Tempest."
Curtain time is set for iJ:dU in
the outdoor Forest Theater.
John "Dusty" Miller, a gradu
ate student from Signal Moun
tain, Tenn., is playing the long
and complicated role of Prospero,
former Duke of Milan who is en
joying his exile on Shakespeare's
romantic island. Miller came to
Chapel Hill last fall, and already
has playecU parts in the Playmak
ers, "Winterset" and "When John
ny Comes Marching Home.", -.
Noted for his fine character por
trayals, as well as his ability to
give distinction to run-of-the-mill
acting parts, Miller built up a
backlog of theater experience be
fore registering here. At the Uni
versity of Chattanooga he played
such leads as the title rble in
"Macbeth," the street singer in
"The Madwoman of Chaillot, and
Creon in "Antigone." With the
Frye Players of Chattanooga he
later played the lead in "Rope."
The young romantic lovers of
Shakespeare's verse fantasy will
be played by Saravette Trotter,
Chapel Hill, and John Bonitz Jr.,
Greensboro. Like John Miller, the
other members of the trio have
done much previous work in the
Saravette Trotter made her de
but on the local stage in "Pytha
(See TEMPEST, page 8)
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POGO AND HIS VIEWS
a hew Student Oni6ri;,to "keep the
Missouri raula indy-ar-d-pendent.
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IN A SCENE FROM "The Tempest." opening ionighl at 8:30
in the Forest Theater, the island magician Prospero adds his bless
ing lo the marriage of his daughter Miranda with Ferdinand. The
show will be given again tomorrow and Sunday nights. - '
s jivn i o
: Itby Holsten, assistant to the
of. students, said; yesterday that
the John Johnston Parker Jr.
Medal has been awarded to Larry
Botto, Brahdenton, . Fla., for
"unique leadership in student
government." . ) t
The medal given by Judge and
Mrs. John J. Parker in memory
of their son John J. Jr., class of
1937, is awarded to the student
"who has demonstrated most
clearly the highest qualities of
leadership in perpetuating the
spirit of honor and the process
of student self-government."
John J. Parker Jr. was pres
ident of student government here.
The medal was established in
orse in Mace
and to fight Saturday and any
other" kind of classes."
The Walt Kelly comic strip
character said he came to Chapel
Hill especially to appoint co-man
agers of the campus drive to elect
"the people's 'possum." Co-man
agers named by Pogo are Al Per
ry and T. Mac Long.
"I Go Pogo" campaign buttons
are already on the way to cam
paign headquarters here, Pogo
said. The buttons should arrive
over the weekend and will be dis
tributed by - "champagne manag
ers." - -- - 'J;
After a brief reception in Gra
ham Memorial, Pogo left by: plane.
for national campaign headquar
ters iri New York.
a. . . i ri t f t I 1
c:nt3 until G o'clock" and 35 1
cents thprpaftaw I
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Botto has been very active in
student activities since coming to '
the University .in 1948. He is a
member of the GraiL Fleece.
Order of the Old Well, and Scab
bard and Blade. During his sopho
more year, Botto was acting pres
ident of the student body during
the summer term and is immedi
ate past president of the Alpha
Tau Omega social fraternity.
The committee that chose Botto
was Roy Holsten, chairman;
Claude Shotts, Secretary of the
YMCA and Walt Spearman, chair
man of the Faculty Executive
WASHINGTON The paralyz
ing nation-wide oil strike may be
over within the next 48 hours, a
high government official predicted
here yesterday. He said he ex
pected agreements to be signed
quickly at the' 15-cent-an-hour
ceiling imposed Wednesday by
the Wage Stabilization Board.
Seniors and their dales will
be treated to a midnight movie
Monday night at the Carolina
The show which includes a
newly-released technicolor f ea-.
ture, will begin at 11 o'clock
and is being presented lo seniors
by E. Carringion Smith, mana
ger of the theater. - ;
Dean R. H. Wettach yesterday
granted late permission lo all
senior girls who wish to attend.
ID cards - will be - checked tX
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an ideal location ; .7 "f"ave