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VOL. LVII NO. 163
Complete (P) Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1957
Offictt in Graham Memorial
FOUR PAGES THIS ZZUZ
Teacher Pay RaiselSfudenl
Asked By t
RALEIGH (AP) Gov. Hodges
Tuesday asked . the General As
sembly to raise the pay of school
teachers 15 per cent and other
state workers 11 per cent, but he.
cautioned the lawmakers against ;
boosting the pay figures any high-1
SpeakV.igtto a joint House and ;
Senate session at noon. Hodges
said he was willing to take a "calj
, culated risk" that the state's ec
onomy would produce sufficient
revenues to avoid a deficit in fu
ture years "in order to provide
these salary raises." j
But, he added. "I caution you
. . . that you go any higher on
these and other figures would be
very risky and a course of action
of which I could not willingly be .
a part." j
The Governor outlined, a plan:
to raise 23 million dollars to pro-j
vide the pay raises and to leave
about 134 million dollars "which
can be used for other appropria
tions and contingencies." j
Reaction among he lawmakers
was favorable. Some predicted it
would be followed. Others prais
ed the Governor's proposals as a
big tep toward solution of the
pay problem while they reserved
a decision as ta whether they
wculd support it. " j
In his spe3ch the Governor
touched on his proposals that lo
- cal governments assume a great
er share of school support. He
urged the lawmakers as part of a
long-range program to create a
commission to study ths question
of "school support at all levels
Jose Limon, who has been re
garded by many as the top male
modern dancer in the Americas,
will appear in Memorial Hall to
morrow night at 8 p.m.
Appearing with Limon as fea
tured guest artist will be Pauline
KOner, known as one of the fore
most dancers of the day.
Lucas Hoving, MLs Betty Jones,
Miss Ruth Currier and Miss La
vina Nielsen will also appear with
. Limon's Dance company has
been considered one of the cul
tural assets of this country and
is featured on major artistic se
Musical director of the produc
tion Ls Simon SadofL
Pauline Lawrence,, wife cf Jose
Limon, designs and creates the
costumes for the repertoire of the
Miss Doris Humphrey, modern
choreographer, is artistic director
of the company.
The Jose Limon dance program
is sponsored by the Student Enter
tainment Committee. Students will
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and determine what each county
can afford to pay for its school
costs, building . operations and
He said some folks had accus
ed him of wishing to unload the
state's burden on the counties and
cities but "I would like to say that
our thinking is -almost the oppo
Hodges stated that after he
study is made "the total costs of
buildings, operating expenses, and
t?achers salaries could be allo
cated between the state and the
100 Qounties based on each coun
ty's ability" and then the state
"would put up so many millions
of dollars which would be given
to counties, by formula prescrib
ed by law."
This would assure "a good min
imum program," the Governor ad
ded. Then any school district i
which wished could "supplement
salaries or enrich its school pro-'
gram" as it saw fit. :.. j
The increased salaries recom-
mended by the Governor compar-
ed with a 9.1 per cent, raise for
teachers and 8 per cent for state
employees he and the Budget
Commission originally proposed.
It also conipares with 19.31 peT
cent requested by the State Board
of Education for teachers and 15
per cent asked by state. employe
The Governor stuck by his guns
in urging tha the pay raise for
state employes be allocated ac- j
cording to a formula worked out
by the , JSate " Personnel Council, j
. . . top modern dancer here
be admitted free upon presenta
tion of ID cardj.
Student wives admission is $1
and others wi,ll be charged $2.
As a resultof a run-off election
held yesterday, Ed Levy, Univers
ity Party, and Phil Gerdes, Stu
dent Party, were elected to the
student legislature as representa
tives from Dorm Men's I.
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Photo by Norman Kantor
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Coach Frank 'McGuire was dou
bly honored Monday night when
he was tapped into the Order of
the Golden Fleece and presented
with the Monogram Club's trophy
as an indication of his selection
as Coach of the Year.
The dapper, smiling Irishman
was presented with the Coach of
the Year trophy by John Bilich,
president of the Monogram Club
after a whimsical "Salute to-the-ream"'
which brought the entire
basketball 'team to the stage along
with Coach McGuire for the aud
Actually, the award was an
nounced earlier in the season at
the annual Blue-White game, but
due to Coach McGuire's required
presence in New York, the actual
presentation was delayed until
Earlier, as a result of the moun
ting tension and the great esteem
felt for the Carolina coach here,
the audience rose and applauded
in an unprecedented asknowledge-
ment of McGuire's recognition by
the Society. .v- jj
When asked to spesfc a few
McGuire said he was more sure
than ever that "Carolina students
were the best in the world."
TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) Tr-
my headquarters said today an j
Israel natrol soueht a running bat-1
tie with five Jordanian infiltra
tors intercepted three miles in
side Israel territory at Beit Guv
rin. A spokesman said the maraud
ers escaped across the border,
carrying one of their number who
was hit by Israeli fire. Beit Guv
rin is a settlement in central Is
rael about 25 miles southwest of
The spokesman also said anoth- j
er group of Jordan infiltrators j
crossed the border at Umm El j
Fahm, about 40 miles northeast
of Tel Aviv, and 'stole a flock of .
150 sheep. I
c Coach Receives Award
Basketball Coach Frank McGuire is all smiles as he receives the
trcphy for Coach of the Year; from the Monogram Club President
John Bilich. The presentation ;was made at the annual tapping of
the Golden Fleece and the Vajkyrie Sing. McGuire, along with the
varsity members of the team, was also initiated into the men's honorary-
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OF PRESIDENT FRIDAY:
No Classes Scheduled
For May 8 Inauguration
A holiday is in store for UNC
students on Wednesday, May 8,
when William C. Friday is inaugu
rated as Consolidated University
There will be no classes and all
offices will be closed on that day,
according to Mrs. Frances McCon
nell, personnel assistant in the
Consolidated University office.
The inauguration, which will
take place at Reynolds Coliseum
in Raleigh, is scheduled as follows:
The academic procession begins
at 10:30 a.m. followed by an in
formal reception for delegates and
There will be a luncheon for del
egates and special guests, includ
ing faculty and participating stu
dents. Former University Presidents
Gordon Gray and Dr. Frank P.
Graham will be speakers for the
As many students as possible
have been urged to attend the in
auguration activities. There will
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Photo by Norman Kantor
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be an unreserved section for them,
said Mrs. McConnell.
UNC has been asked to provide
50 ushers for the ceremony, as
was State College in Raleigh and
Woman's College in Greensboro,
student body President-elect Son
ny Evans announced Tuesday.
Evans asked that anyone inter
ested in ushering to contact the
student government office.
Student Party To Elect
New Officers Tonight
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officers at a meeting to be held in
Roland Parker I at 7:30 p.m. to
day, according to Sonny Hallford,
present party chairman.
Hallford said he would like to
encourage all members, new and
old, to be present at this meeting.
""This j a very important meet
ing and there are several other
matters of business to be dealt
with in addition to the election of
new officers," Hallford said.
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. . . nabbed by giant
Mark Cherry of Phi Delta Theta
fraternity was named president
of the German's Club recently for,
the upcoming year 1957-58..
Also installed by the Club for
next year's activities were Dave ;
Moye of Sigma Nu-vice' president;
Thad Bostic, Kappa Alpha, sec
retary, and Kelly Manness, Beta
Theta Pi, treasurer.
The new officers- will be in
stalled following the Germans next
fall. The program finale this year
will feature a program highlight- signs on their cars bef ore pep ral
ed by the Four Freshmen and Ray , lie . The appropriation for thai it-
.Derie s '"Serenade in Blue band.
The Four Freshmen, who are
considered to be one of the coun
try's most versatile vocal and in-
strumenal groups will alternate '
wiin me ii.Derie group ai doui me
3:30 to 5:30 p.m. concert in Me
morial Hall and the 8 p.m., to 12
midnight dance to be held in
An added .attraction to the en
tertainment will be provided by
he1 dlstalf -weffibgr -of UeE:ber)
organization, Paula George, who
is a relatively new recording
artist. Miss George's voice has
been favorably compared to that
of popular Julie London.
Outgoing officers this year have
expressed hopes the weekend
ahead will.'prove the best of two
previously successful and enjoy
able Germans celebrations.
They have urged the entire
campus of Carolina to attend this
final affair and to join in making
it a climax to a successful sea
son. Cheerleader Tryouts
Frankie Black, newly-elected
head cheerleader, has announc
ed that everyone interested in
trying out for cheerleader next
year is invitso" to attend a meet
ing in Kenan Stadium tomorrow
at 3 p.m.
Instruction will b given those
interested from that time until
after the spring vacation, Black
said. No previous experience is
necessary, he added, and no one
will be dropped until after
Photo by Woody Sear3
By PRINGLIs PIPKIN
In a lame duck session of the
Student Legislature ta budget au-
?ng the expenditure of $114,-
369.90 was passed with minor
The budget for the University
Club, which is responsible for Car-
olina pep raiiies received the great
est revision. The item of washable
paint costing $247.35 was strongly
Frank Inman, President of the
Ui-iversity Club, said that the paint
would be distributed to the stu-
dents so that they could pain!
em was cut to S70.60.
Representatives John Brooks
tried to increase the appropriation
for the Debate Council by $1,000
so that it would equal the request
Through passage of special or
ders, the legislature passed a re
solution putting that body on- re
cord as opposing the Ross Bill
to increase out-of-state tuition
$200 per year.
Rep.. Um- W. JUat -of -Bedford's
bill Is now before the Joint Ap
propriations Committee of the
This papr, like the Consoli
dated' University Administration
and the Student Legislature, un
alterably opposes the Ross Bill.
ed amount. Speaker Sonny Evans
proposed that the grant be increas
ed by $500 in order to equal last
The ' Orientation Committee re
ceived an increase of $220 to make
its final budget $1,438.50. The
changes included $125 for special
events which would include an ac
tivities c-ession in Lenoir Hall for
the new students.
Brooks recommended that the
Foreign Student Leadership Pro
gram appropriation be placed un
der the Exchange Scholarship it
em. Favorable action was taken.
A. bill giving the Carolina Coffee
Shop $100 for property destroyed
during a pep rally Nov. 23, was
passed. The property w&s valued
Graham Memorial, receiving
$41,325, got the greatest percent
of the 'budget. The Yackety-Yack
AFTER THE TAPPING
. House addresses Fleece
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was next with 528,235, then The
Daily. Tar Heel with $23,000.40.
The following organizations receiv
ed more than one thousand dol
lars and less than two: Carolina
Forum, Debate Council. Carolina
Handbook, Interdormitory Coun
cil, Foreign Student Leadership
Program, and the Carolina Quar
Duke University's law .school
students voted 37 to 30 Monday in
favor of integration of the races
at Duke and adopted a resolution
calling upon upon the university
trustees to "discontinue forthwith
discriminatory practices, if any,
based on race, eoler or creed."
The resolution was adopted by
the Duke Bar Assn., after lengthy
debate, with 76 of the 120 mem
bers of the group present, but
with nine abstaining from voting.
The resolution a -ks for an end
to discriminate y practices in all
ec-iiege scnoois . anti centres in
Duke University, and specifically
requests that applications for ad
mission to the university omit any
reference to race, creed or color.
The resolution adopted yester
day follows similar resolution-.
passed in recent months by slu
dents cf the Woman's College an i
' the Divinity School at Duke. The
petition by the Divinity School
, students asking for an end to seg
regation in the Divinity School
, was rejected by the university
trustees in January
Asked for comment on the ac
tion by the law students. Dr. A.
Hollis Edcns, president of the uni
versity, said: '"Yes, I have heard
that the law students have ex
pressed their 'opinion, which, of
j course, is their right. It seems to
me that the student action speak
fonj itself, and I .-.ec no need for
j Brooklyn Wins
TULS,, Okla., April 9. ",.
Charlie Neal's two-run double oil'
' Corkcy .Valentine with one out in
the ninth climaxed a four-run
j rally by the Brooklyn Dodgers (o
overcome the Milwaukee Craves,
5-4, today. It ended the Brook's
four-game losing streak.
Photo by Bill Kmj