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VOL. LVII NO. 159
Complete VP) Wire Servtce
. CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1957
Offices in Graham Memorial
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Still Problem Here
By WALT SCHRUNTEK
, Four years ago the District Health DepL conducted a campaign
to clear up a sanitary problem which existed as on eyesore and health
menace to a business area of Chapel Hill in addition to several campus
Edwin Levy, chairman of the
Orientation Counselor Selection
Subcommittee, and outgoing stu
dent body President Bob Young
Thursdav nrfpd stnrlnts in mak(
The dept., after a series cf investigations and surveys, ordered I ,DDlipaUons fnr flS or.
Urged To Apply
By Levy, Young
R n n
ouse Tapped As Horn
several fraternity and business locations to correct the conditions
i ientation counselors for the com-
which thfv fnnnH tn Yiit
Because of the large abundance of garbage materials they found 'n;A u a
conducive to fly-breeding the dept. required that violators construct I counselors will be needed due to,
separa-te garbage houses to facilitate their debris until it was picked the expected increase in enroll.
up by collectors.
The purpose of the covered garbage houses was primarily a san
...n r j i , - . , , . . . . i been, made, but reminded inter-,
well. Debri.' and garbage cluttering would, under the Health Dent, i , , . . . .
, , ..... ......... iesiea siuaenis tney musi turn in
i their application blanks to Grah
am Memorial or the YMCA be-
, ment for the 1957 all semester.
He said as yet no selections have
ij"" n' an cjtsuic ui me udin ajit-ys 01 ine com- u:- . i: : . , . . i
Fraternity houses almost immediately set to work to correct the
situation as directed and within two years every house approached t ctiMI r ,- '
h. ... , j , ' , Stating "the work cf the com
, The campaign bogged down in Chapel Hill, however, when several "!S L
.araheJetaWishmlVit. cited discovered -4 contingent of factors ffr5' .?Si,.-notelIe
w..td nrpv.n. MBw)M uk 4K- M.,K.n.B, . , . . A to serve as orientation counselors.' :
Conditicnn ri.ondin unon th, mvr . i WKoo.C...; Young , called the work of the
9 - - - --- e w t pbiiw
lected each week, the type of building to be constructed and a town1
ordinance covering specific aspects of the .problem provided,! the '
initial drawbacks. '
Later, when it was discovered that the town proposed to pave
a road behind the stores, property line considerations entered in
ic contuse tne .'-tuatlcn.
a "challenge ana a
- InHspeaking of the counselors.
Young said, ''These are the per-i
I sons v. ho make a first and last-,
irig impressions upon all the stu-;
dents within their individual
Several business establishments HitrfworpH ihoii- nmnoWu ononn
was. romni.tPiv i.tiiiH 9nH it wom u 4 i gi'oup. I am sure that each of us
the buildings required by the Health Dept.
The Dept. yielded to these facts, ( according to Dr. 0. David
Garvin of the District Health office, although every attempt was
made to effect a workable sanitation program under the existing con
ditions. Where possible, the merchants Were required to construct the
necessary garbage houses and where not possible, the Dept. tried to
prevail for the establishment of daily garbage collection.
vividly remembers the impression
that our orientation counselor had
t.iin lip T?nlll tf f-Vi "i 1 1 1 r
Ujjuu us. iaiu ul ua iuiuuiu iioi
ize the importance of the work of
these persons. i
"Most of the time the orienta- ,
tion counselor is responsible for
guiding and preparing members
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CCC Planning Committee Members
v1 r J
New Members Become Knights
During Ceremonies Last Night
Thirteen men and Carolina s retiring chancellor were
tapped last night into the Order of the Grail, highest under
graduate men's honorary.
The 14 who were selected on the basis ot truth, friend-(
ship, courage and set vice arc:
Retiring Chancellor Robert House, as an honorary
member; Eddie Pass, Bob Carter. Tom Walters. Cieorge
. Herman Godwin, Don Furtado,
Sandy Sanders. Jerry Oppmhinm-
O n e- Act , P ! ays
Will Be Given
er, John BrooVcs,
Mac Patton, Danny Loiz, Ben-
j ny Thomas artd WiNiam Redding.
The initiates come from var-
1 ious fields of University life
I athletics, student government and
! religious groups. Thev are now
Three one-act plays written, di- Knights cf the Holy Grail, with
rected, produced and acted by their chief purpose as service to
UTC students will be presented the campus.
by The Carolina Playmakers at The new members were initiat-
the Playmaker's Theaer at 7:30 ed last night in secret ceremonies.
Since the initial campaign by health officials, much has been ! of his group for their entire col-
The Planning Committee for the Campus Christian Council Spring Forum this week drew up its
final plans for the three-day conference to be held April 14, 15 and 16. Members of the committee
seated around the table (left to right) are Larkin Kirkmen, Holland McSwain, Miss Jackie Haithcock,
Chairman Donn Wells, Rev. James O. Cansler, Bu i Stalnaker and Miss Phyllis Krafft. Looking on in
the back are (left to right) Bill Weeks, Miss Marion Harris, Jackie Cooper and Bill Kane.
done to correct the problem which existed four years ago.
The overall problem which existed then ha. been tempered to a
large degree. Dr. Garvin said Thursday conditions in the fraternity
areas, as a result of this program, have improved immensely.
"Whether it has been solely a result of our campaign or the pride
taken by the boys themselves, tve can't say," Dr. Garvin said. ...
But as to the conditions which exist behind the business area
in Chapel Hill at-present the Health Dept. hasn't been able to do any
The Dept. hasn't received any outstanding complaints, Dr. Garvin
indicated, nor has it been able to contend with the conditions which
existed as a deterrent four years ago and which still exist today.
He further indicated the Dept was not actively involved in this library.
problem at present but was of the opinion that it would assume more
importance as summer drew near.
lege career," Young stated.
Application blanks for orienta
tion counselor may be obtained at
the YM(?A, , Graham Memorial,
Monogram Club, Lenoir Hall and
the library. i
A test for prospective counselors
will be given Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
in 106 Carroll Hall on material in
the 1956 Counselor's manual.
Summer, it seems, ij fly breeding and health-sanitation campaign
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Phi Eta Sigma Inducts
Fifty For Achievements
Fifty freshmen here were init-j ford Amos, Charlotte; David Staf
iated Thursday night in Phi Eta f ford Ball, Winston-Salem; Terry
Sigma,, the "freshman equivalent Samuel Barkin, Winter Haven,
to Phi Beta Kappa" in the Dia- Fla.; Bruce Holt BerryhilL.har
lectic Senate Hall. lotte;
They have achieved scholarship Silas Walker Blanton, Jr. T Mar
honors of either A's or B's on their . ion; Ralph Waldo Cummings, Jr.,
studies during the first year of ! Raleigh; William Glenn Davis, Jr.,
school, up to date. ' ! Winston-Salem; Albert Leonard
Dean of Awards and Distinc- ' Dealr III, Hickory; William Bul
lions Ernest Mackle, faculty ad-1 lard Edmund, Jr., Lumberton;
viser, assisted with ceremonies Roger Babson Foushee, Burlihg
presided over by Herma:i Godwin ' ton;
of Dunn, a sophomore wh o is pres-! Walter Erwin Fuller, Jr., Lou
ident of Phi Eta Sigma. j isburg; John Alden Gardiner,
Other officers are Robert J. ' Greensboro; Albert Lewis Gold
Cowan of Greensboro, Harvey smith, Jr., Lincolnton; William
Peck of Durham, Ted Rogers of Happer, Jr., Lenoir; Frederick
Waynesville and Dave Davis of Henry Harris, Rocky Mount; Ray
Chattanooga, Tenn. Milton Hayworth, Asheboro;
INITIATES i Clauston Levi Jenkins, Jr., Ral-
Those initiated , and their home . eigh; Edward Lewis Jennings,
towns are: ' , ! Wadesboro; Jackie Lee Lawing,
Richard Bamhardt Alexander, Marion; Thomas Towles Lawson,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Jerry Wof-J (See ?HI ETA SIGMA, Page 3)
The planning committee for the
Campus Christian Council Spring
Manuals may be obtained at the Forum drew up its final plans for
YMCA, Graham Memorial or the the three-day campus conference
at a meeting in the YMCA Wed
nesday at 4:30 p.m.
Donn Wells, chairman of the
planning committee, announced
preparation for the: CCC -Spring
Forum on the theme "The Chris
tian Faith Protest and Affirma
tion" to be held here April 14, 15
and 16 is almost completed.
Working on, the interdenomi-
dent Bob Youne Thursday con-' national program's planning com-
gratulated Elections Board Chair-' mittee are representatives of most
man Ralph Cummings for the of the church groups on campus,
board's work in Tuesday's elec-j They are as follows: Jackie Coop
tion and during the past year. er. Worship; Marion Harris, Bud-
"For the first time, in f our get and Finances; Holland Mc
years there was no controversial Swain and Phyllis Krafft, Pro
fiasco during the elections," Young ' gramming; Jackie Haithcock, Pu
said. j blicity; Henry Heitman, Book Dis-
Young also praised the board's play; Bud Stalnaker, Topic-Cen-wcirk
in revision of elections laws tered Discussions; and Larkin
this year. "I am confident that the Kirkman and Dale Austin, Group
revisions for which your board is Centered Discussions; and Gerry
fesnonsible will be an asset to ' Mayo, Continuation.
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Rev. James O. Cansler, local
Baptist Student Union director, is
For Hard Work
'Outgoing Student body Pjresi-
the future functioning of campus
Validity Of Ballenger's
Theory To Be Tested
p.m. Monday and Tuesday.
They will be honored at a dinner
No admission will be charged April 12" at which Xorth Calina
for thp thrp nrpentntinc ! Gov- Litthcr Hodges will speak.
fantasy-romance, a farce-comedy,
and a serious play.
The Grail was founded in the
1920s for the elimination of fric
tion between iraternity men and
'Dramatic Art Professor Faster independents. The order annual-
Fitz-Simons is faculty adviser for ly initiates 13 men. with six fra
the program. Jim Armstrong of ternity members and seven non
High Point is general stage man- fraternity men in alternate years.
9ger. New Iraternity members include
Ragsdale, Godwin, Furtado. San
ders, Opp-enheimer. Patton and
' Redding. Independent members are
: Bass. Carter. Walters. Brooks,
' Lotz and Thomas.
"Lost Goddess", written
Christopher Reynolds of New
York, N.Y., and directed by Miss
Marcelline Krafchick of Phila-
An experiment will be con-; to stimulate interest in a larger delphia. Pa.,, will be acted by Dick
ducted in the Physics Dept. here J experiment, one which physicists Rothrock of Springdale, Ark., Miss OFFICERS
today or tomorrow to determine said would cost from $5-10 thous-: Anne Fitzgibboh of Chapel Hill,1 Present officers of the Grail
the validity of the theory of and
William Ballenger, free-lance
physicist, who claims Newton's
law does not hold true.
Ballenger said of the smaller ex
periment. "This could possibly
Gene Parsons of Chapel Hill and are Luther Hodges Jr.. delegata-
Ballenger met with members of ory but the results
the Physics Dept. Thursday morn- would not be nea5lyuf conclus've
ing to discuss his theory and make as testf usinS gnetic
4- r- - ui:. ju iimicijdis.
Ballenger said following the
A petition was presented Wed-
meeting: "We've come so close in nesday to Consolidated Universi
our thinking that there would be ' ty President William C. Friday,
no point in having a debate."
Members of the Physics Dept.
said, however, "We are in agree
ment concerning a way as to how
to test this theory. We are in no
other agreeement." .
Ballenger said he asked for
requesting that a public debate
be held on Ballenger's theory. The
petition was referred to Universi
ty Chancellor Robert House, who
could not be reached for com
The petition had approximately
public debate with UNC physicists 150 signatures.
Exchange Scholarship Winner
Will Be Announced Next Week
Students interested in the Goet- lectures in German, the announce-
Voting totals released Wednes- serving as student pastor advisor s tingen scholarship should apply at ment said
day revealed that slightly fewer
people voted in this year's spring
election that did last year.
In dorm men's districts, 1594
votes were cast, under 1607 cast
last year. Approximately 135 few
er dorm women Voted this spring.
In the combined men and women's
town districts, 732 votes were
cast this year, as opposed to 941
cast in 1956.
for the group and Sam Magill, UNC
the YMCA this week, it was an
director of student affairs, is serv
ing as administration advisor.
BEACH made during the following week.
The three-day campus wide con-j in order to qualify for the Goet-
ference will feature Dr. Waldo tingen Exchange Scholarship, stu
It is preferred that students
have had courses in German at
Selection for this honor will be this University; however, students
who have not had German may
apply on the condition' that they
are willing to spend the summer
Neil Bass, scribe; Bill McLean,
exchequer, and Bob Hornik, vice
exchequer. Current members of the active
order include Don Miller, Bob
Hornik, Bob Young. Sonny Evans,
Tom Lambeth, John Kerr. Neil
Beach, professor of Christian Eth- dents must have a satisfactory . learning the language in G,er-i
ics at Duke Divinity School, as its ; scholastic record, take an inter-, many at their own expense.
main speaker. Dr. Beach will de-jest in student affairs and have
liver the three main addresses of . sufficient knowledge of German,
4 (see FORUM, page 3) J so as to profit from class room
The announcement said it is ad
visable for students .to reach Ger
(see EXCHANGE; page 3)
Michael Casey of Chapel Hill.
Stage manager and set designer
are Miss Barbara Battle of Miami,
Fla., and David Small of Morehead
City, The play is about an enor
ous deity who returns after 3,000
, ! Bass, Mebane Pritchett, Bill Me-
"The Spaceman Cometh," writ- Lean,
ten by Miss Page Williams of Ft. j Doug Farmer, Jim Exum. Fred
Thomas, Ky., and directed byiPowledge, Joel Fleishman and
Peter B. O'Sullivan of Valhalla, j Luther Hodges Jr.
N. Y., will include Miss Joan Van!
Sise of Huntington, N.Y., Ken j
Callender of Greensboro, Harvey ' New Editor To Hold First
Knox of Greensboro, and Chris-1
topher Reynolds. j Staff Meeting Today At 3
Stage manager and set design-; There will be a meeting of Daily
er are Pat Mulvihill of Evanston, I Tar Heel staffers today at 3 p.m..
111., and Bob Bailey of Statesville. ! newly elected Editor Neil Bass an-
The play concerns a Brooklyn , nounced yesterday,
spinster who reports the presence; All staff members and students
of, a man from Mars to unbeliev-; interested in joining the staff are
ing authorities. j urged to attend.
"The Thief and the Hunch- "As I said during the cam
back," by. Leon Rooke of Roanoke ' paign, I feel the paper's staff is
Rapids, directed by Charles Bar- j not large enough to comprehens
rett of Hickory, will be acted by ; ively cover the campus. Thus I
Joe Whiteaker of Pine Bluff. Ark., j would like, first of ail. to acquire
Rusti Rothrock of Anniston, Ala., and orient a large staff," Bass
Jerry Young of Marion, Robert ; said.
Insko of Chapel Hill, Morgan j "Experience is not necessarily
Jackson of Charlotte, and Frank ! a prerequisite. 7f you have any in
Rinaldi of Waterbury, Conn. The,'terest in or 'inclination towaril
drama takes place in the time of j newspaper work. I would apprt
Christ and involves the thief, Bar- ciate your attending this meeting,"
abbas. j Bass said.
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