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VOL. LVII, NO. 10
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Florida University Students
Making Study On This Campus
A study of racial integration at Carolina being conducted
u) a guiiij wi cigui jifijic uom ine i 1 II i ci si ly oi nunuj
h.u been blanketed in silence.
According to-the group's leader, Florida Student fiody
Ir';idt'nt Mrirher Kit-miner, thp .in ivil ie of the srroun are
not beinQ Released to the mess
tion from the people thev are interviewing.
Vesterdav morning the group spent about an hour in
Chancellor I louse, .s oitice and
son ol the .Sociology Dept. and
I hev also talked to live other members ot the university
In the Florida group are Flem-
in;; Tom Byrd, president, Florida
Elu? Key; Steve Sessums, vice (
Pi-i's-dent, Florida Blue Key; Jim
Kaufman, asst. to the president !
of th.2 student body; Murray Will ;
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wins. ciiTK, siypeni nonor court;
L.ioya llussell, commissioner,
pr esident's cabinet; William .
"Ft;. Hirptop vinri.ij lTnirtn nnH
Miss Mama V. Brady, dean of
women. . i
Fleming said during his prepara-
t..ry visit to Chapel Hill last month '
that the purpos? of the trip was
neither to hasten nor hinder in-'
trgraticn at Florida.
The group is talking to people
on both sides of the racial integra
tion issue. Yesterday afternoon
they spoke with a group of pro
One of the students told the
group that integration . will come
and nothing can be done about
it. The student said as long as there
are only three Negroes in the Uni
versity there won't be any trouble,
but if a thousand applied, overt
activity on. the part of Jhe. students
would take place.
Last night three Negro students
m3t with the group. Sometime dur-s
ing the group's three-day stay
' they will interview student lead
ers", graduates who were in the
University in 1951 and '52 when
the first Negro graduate students
were admitted, and Consolidated
University President William Fri
day. Co-sponsoring the trip is the
Florida student government and
All Fleming would say about
the groiiD's progress yesterday
was a closely guarded comment
that the people they had talked
to were cooperative.
Dr. Johnson told the group at
lunch yesterday that "American
integration in higher education is
Budget Is Now
The Student Government bud
get for 1957-58 is now being
prepared, according to John Kerr,
treasurer of the student govern
ment. Any organization wishing
to come under the budget should
contact him immediately at Gra
Nash To Talk
On March 15
Dr. Arnold Nash of the Dept.
of Religion will be the guest
speaker at the UNC Graduate
Club meeting on Friday, March
15 at 8 p.m. The meeting will be
held in Roland Parker Lounge.
The program is open to all grad
uate students of the University,
all undergraduates over 21, grad
uates who no longer attend UNC,
and registered nurses.
The UNC Graduate Club released
the results of recent board elec
The officers and members elect
ed are as follows: president Bill
Deaton, vice-president Bob Crain,
treasure Bob Rennick. The office
of secretary has not yet been filled.
Members of the board are Miss
Jackie McCarthy, Miss Barbara
Wadsworth. Miss Eleanor Riggins.
Miss Doris Parker, Herb Shelians,
George Crevar, Tom Donnelly, Miss
Barbara Battle, and Miss Pam
to insure complete coopera-
nan uincn witn nr. i.uy jorm-
Ins wile, Dr. l.uion Johnson,
The Library began Tuesday the
' spot checking of I.D. cards
: stack permits
i O. V. Cook, associate librarian.
'said that this was only a routine
check to be sure that all the stack
permits are in order. He went on
to say that the Library of Congress
and the Harvard Library had a
guard at the door of the stacks to
check briefcas?s, but the Library
here was planning no such action.
"The library has three main
functions, to acquire books, to
preserve the books and to insure
the proper use of them. This check
ing is part of the . preservation
function. We have had some cases
in the past where people were in
the stacks w ho were not iconnect
ed with the University," Cook
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uojks in fie wiuiij: unu.es auu
took some out without registering
for the check," Cook stated,
them properly. This is the reason
Spring has retreated and winter
is returning, or so says the Raleigh-Durham
The weather forecast for Friday
is not quite the same as the fore
casts of the last few days. It's go
ing to be cold and cloudy, but
something different has been add
ed. No rain.
A change in air masses has re
sulted in lower temperatures and
rising winds forecast for Raleigh
Durham and vicinity.
Average rainfall for February
has been exceeded by Yi inch, the
So hang up the raincoats and
take the overcoat back out of moth
balls, it's going to be a little chilly
around Chapel Hill in the next few
Pay Raise For Faculty
By NEIL BASS
The Student Legislature last
night passed unanimously a resolu
tion urging General Assembly pass
age of the University administra-
tion's proposed ten-percent pay
hike in faculty salaries.
Student lawmakers, who also
stamped approval on a new Elec
tions Law, met for three solid
Except for sessions devoted to
consideration of student govern
ment's $100,000-plus budget, this
was one of the longest on record.
J Prior to the legislature's ,ap
proval of the salary increase f 6r
j faculty members, President Bob
i Young delivered an address ex
plaining what he called a Univer
Young explained how eighty
seven persons had left the Univer
sity, 44 connected with the division
of Academic Affairs and 43 with
the Division of Health Affairs, pri
marily because of "increased ala:
Isradl Talks Today
... UNITED NATIONS, N. Y.
Israel will inform the General
Assembly today that she will with
draw troops completely from Egypt
! and the Gaza Strip, a high diplo-
, matic source reported last night.
The source, who has been close
to the negotiations, said Lvael may
include - some qualifying assump-
i tions in making the announcement
j Tne dormant did not specify
; what these would be
jje saij Israel WOuld announce
the plans to pull out of the Gulf of
(See WORLD NEWS. Page 3)
ItAFAH, Gaza Strip (AP) Is
raeli forces in the Gaza Strip show
no signs of preparing for a with
drawal, and the Israeli military
governor of the area said Thurs
day he has neither plans nor or
ders t pull out. Reports of an
j agreement in Washington for an
Israeli withdrawal from the strip
failed to raise much optimism
either in Rafah, Jerusalem or Cai
ro. "The last thing in my mind is
to leave," said Col. Matityahu Pe-
' led, the 33-year-old military gov-
t ernor. "We haven't planned it yet,"
he added. "It would take some
U. S. Convinced
WASHINGTON (AP) The
paralyzing crisis over Israeli Troop
withdrawal appeared last night to
be broken. American officials
wi r& strnu! rtAAs-l thai ui'iKIn fAtu
days Israel will pull its froces out
of the Gaza Strip and the Gulf
of Aqaba area.
BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP)
The Hungarian cabinet and Com
munist Party have been reorgan
ized. An announcement Thursday
said the changes were meant to
strengthen the nation's leader
ship. IN THE INFIRMARY
Students in th Infirmary yes
terday included: MUse Dorothy
Pitman, Margarft Smith, Nancy
Suitt, Erma Dance, Carol Flem
ing, Helen Yates; and Ralph
Johnson, Roberf Brannan, Rob
ert Lewis,) Jackie Cooper, Jerry
White, Richard Alexander, John
Fneden, John Christian, John
Smith, Frederick HuHon, John
Andrews, Robert Babb, Willard
Bagwell, Donald Corbin, Paul
Willingham, james Magness,
James Moss, Artderw Johnson,
Donald Kentopt, Benjamin Levy,
Stephen Honeycutt, . Paul El am,
Vincent Mulieri, Kennis Grogan,
Robert Crelghtan. '
ry Inducement" from other groups
and educational institutions.
Young, urged that legislators and
students in general write General
Assemblymen and endorse passage
of the ten-percent hike in faculty
After more than two hours de
liberation, lawmakers approved a
newly proposed Elections Laws
which incorporated these changes:
(1) Elimination of run-offs ex
cept in the case of absolute tie
votes for student government of
ficials except the four major campus-wide
officers. Run-offs will be
held for these four posts unless
candidates receive a majority
of ballots caoi.
This virtually eliminates run-off
elections since only two candidates
usually run for. each of the four
major campus offices, and cases
of absolute tie vote for other of
fices are few.
2) Election of all class officers
in the fill election except senior
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1957
By MARY MOORE MASON
Do you remember . how much
fun 'Sound and Fury' was last year
when Pee-Wee Batten and Jack
Sponer got lost in the wilds of
Even more fun is in store for
this spring when 'Sound and Fury'
presents "Thieves' Holiday',, . an
original student written musical
comedy which ha as its setting
New Orleans during Mardi Gras.
The script has been written, the
music has already been tape re
corded, and the choreographers are
hard at work. But Thieves'
Holiday" still lacks something.
What is it?
It lacks approximately 15 leads,
20 singers and dancers, and 10 to
15 extras, non-singing roIet
Sound and Fury needs U.N.C.
Three Convicted By Honor Council
One student has been convicted
of plagiarism and two of cheat
ing, according to a report released
yesterday by the Men's Honor
A sentence ofc probation was
handed down in the plagiarism
case, and sentences of one-semester
suspension in the cheating
Four other students accused of
cheating were found not guilty by
the Honor Council.
The report issued by Honor
Council Chairman Jim Exum yes
terday is as follows:
(1) A student pled guilty and
wa3 convicted for plagiarism. It
was found that he plagiarized on-l
ly a small part of a book report
which was concerned with giving
a biographical sketch of the auth
or. He had looked up the mater
ial on the author in the library
and had copied parts of his ref
erences verbatim. The student
seemed to be unaware that he
would he "fooling" his professor
since, he testified, the professor
should know that he. the student,
did not know anything about the
author and would have to look up
such information. Practically all
of what was , plagiarized was Very
condensed statements concerning
the author of the book's place and
date of birth, colleges attended,
etc. v -
Because of "the nature of the
material plagiarized and the sin
cere attitude of the defendent.
the Council decided to give a sen
tence of probation rather than the
normal suspension sentence for
REHEARSAL FOR 'BRIGADOON'
... before opening night
students to fill these roles.
Perhaps a student would like to
play Igor, a deposed Russian count
and a jewel thief; Marina, his exo
tic mistress; or Bhrudah, Igor's
Balkan stooge. Then there are
other characters juo as interest
ing if not as cosmopolitan.
There are Jack, Larry, and Betty
Ann, three gay college students not
so innocently involved in a dia
mond robbery, nd Betty Ann's
"Auntie" dedicated to putting the
damper on anything so vulgar as
a jewel thief. And of course,
"Thieves' Holiday" wouldn't be
complete without "The Incompar
able Kalantan", a strip teaser; her
manager, Joey Puccini; and the
sleuthing . of four of the most
bumbling detectives To ever cross I
ordinary plagiarism. The sort of
material the defendent used would
have been difficult to reword,
and no important ideas, as such,
(2) Two students were brought
before the Council for possible
collaboration on quiz due to cer
tain similarities on their papers.
The similarities, however, were
insufficient to convict the students
and both were found not guilty by
the Council as they pled.
(3) Two students were accused
before the Council for possible
collaboration on a quiz. Both pled
not guilty. After extensive ques
tioning by the Council, however,
one of the . defendants admitted
that near the end of the quiz the
other student involved laid his
paper down on his desk and he
copied one of his answers. It was
a pop quiz and the student testi
fied he only copied one answer
and that the student whose paper
he copied knew nothing about
The student who copied was
Interviews for executive of
fices in the YWCA have been
extended to Monday, March, 4,
2-5 p.m. according to YWCA
President Martha Richardson.
The offices include president,
vice president, secretary, trea
surer, program chairman, and
Interviewees will be notified
whether they have been approv
Takes No Action
g New Dsreow;
n n n Hfl r
ee u o naooiie 5ea
John "Ludwig. , director of the
musical, says, "this being a musi
cal comedy, everyone should be
able to sing a little, but we arc
not looking so much for superb
voices as for people with enthusi
asm who enjoy singing."
Tryouts will be on March 5
from 4 to 6 p.m
and from 7 to
9 p.m. in Memorial Hall, accord
ing to Nancy Stephens, produc
er. Scripts, she said, may be ob
tained at the Information Desk
in Graham Memorial.
But what if an interested stu
dent's talent or his s-pirit doesn't:
run along the acting or singing.
line? What could be more fun than j
to work on the New Orleans sets,
the lighting, or the gay Mardi Gras
found guilty and suspended for one
full semester. The other student
(4) Two students were brought
before the Council for possible col
laboration on a quiz. Both students
pled, not quilty of the charge.
Several character and material
witnesses were heard in behalf of
.-.-.-.V W.V.t .b .V.WI 4 4
.a cheerleader's swan song
Offices in Graham Memorial
j Letter Of Explanation
To Arrive From Henry
The Graham Memorial Hoard of Directors took no ac
tion Thursday concerning future plans to secure a permanent
Future activity in connection nith this will lie in the
! hands of the personnel committee, a permanent group coir
! sisting of two faculty members and three students on the
Howard Henrv of the University of Wisconin, who was
hired recently to become the permanent directoi of (i.M,
turned down tiic offer Wednesday.
Dr. William Poteat, faculty member on the (iM lioatd
of Directors, received a telegram Tuesday night from Henry
which said he planned to remain m his present position as
assistant director of the Wisconsin University student union.
: : : Howard offered no explanation
Tonight the Carolina Playmak
ers will present the first of their
three performances of the full-!
scale musical. "Brisadoon". .in!
J Memorial Hall' at .8:30. The pro
i duction is Under the direction of
Foster Fitz-Simons, .Dramatic Art j endorsement- of Chancellor Kob
proJessor. and Wilton Mason. Mus- ert B- House, Director of Student
ic professor, and includes a cast Affairs Sdm MagiJl and WiJliarr!
j of more than sixty, representing
j fourteen states.
According to Playmakers Busi-
ness Manager John W. Parker, con- i citing place in America for some
trsry to rumor the -show will def- one to come in and build a new
j inittly not be held over Monday
evening. There are still bUU seats
available for each of the three
performances, tonight, tomorrow
and Sunday. The best tickets are
available for tonight and Sunday,
Reserved seats may be purchased
($2.00) or exchanged for season
ticket stubs at 214 Abernethy Hall
or Ledbetter-Pickard. The box of-
fice at Memorial Hall opens at 7
Both students were questioned.
After considerable cross-examination
by the Council one of the
students confessed that he had cop
ied from the paper of the other
who knew nothing about it. The
student who confessed was found
guilty and suspended from schotol
for one full semester. The other
student was acquitted.
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FOUR PAGES THIS ISSUE
for his action in the telegram but
j said a letter would follow. Dr. Po
j teat said Thursday he expected the
! letter to arrive soon, possibly to-
The GM Board of Directors hat!
nominated Henry for the position.
He was offered the job at $3,000
Howard rejected an invitation
last spring to come here for rea
sons of salary and other dif-
- i hiring of Henry Feb. 12. Dr. Pn-
iea seni m vne olier ine
1). J'erry, cnairman of tne divis
ion of student affairs.
In the offer, Poteat said "I do
j not believe there is a more ex-
j union program plant."
J An unnamed spokesman said
: ; Thursday Director of Student Al
j fairs Magill called Henry on the
telephone after the telegram ar
rived and, under strange circum
stances, failed to get in touch with
The spokesman said Henry answ
ered the telephone, learned Chapel
Hill was calling and had his wife
come to the phone to tell the caller
he was not at home.
Activities in Graham Memori
al today include:
Student Government, 2-4, Grail
Room; Student Government, 4-6,
Grail Room; Daily Tar Heel
Staff, 2-3, Roland Parker Lounge
No. 1; . Constitution Revision
Committee, 2-5, Roland Park.tr
Lounge No. 2; Sophomore Class
Officers, 5 pm., YVoodhouse Con
ference Room; Dept. of D.A.,
2-4, Rendezvous Room.
Pep rallies will be staged be
fore and after the Duke-Carolina
basketball game tonight, accord
ing to head cheerleader Jim I5y
num. Bynum has requested that all
students come to the gym with
noisemakers . . . from bugles to
dishpans .... to give the Tar Heels
a send off when they leave for
Durham at 6:15 thus evening.
"The team is expected to re
turn at 10:30, and everyone should
be at the gym to welcome the re
turning team after its 24th vic
tory," stated Bynum.
Bynum said. "We'll welcome the
team back with a gala celebra
tion, after which we will return
quietly to our dorms."
This is Bynum's last game a
BLUE-WHITE DATE SET
The annual Blue-White football
game which climaxes spring foot
ball practice at the University of
North Carolina has been schedul
ed for March 16