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VOL. LVII, NO. 193
Complete (H Wire Sermee
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1957
Office in Graham Memorial
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New, Just One More Thinq
It sounds simple according to Sante. Photographer Sante Forlane
gives student models Mebane Pritchtt, Ed Suttrn, and Sarah van
Weyk last1 minute instructions. Under the sizzling Carolina sun
shine by the steps cf Kenan dorm, Glamour Magazine took pictures
for their August issue.
"The art of clunking" will be
expounded as a .basic principle in
the forthcoming campus humor
magazine, recently elected Editor
Bill Michael said yesterday.
"We intend to illustrate the ad
vantages of complacency through
this philosophy," Michael said,
adding that he would lambast and
lampoon such publications as The !
Daily Tar Heel which are misin- i
formed on the subject. j
Michael pointed out that he and
hi staff would attempt to make
of the,, riew humur nugdzine, which
will r place the financially dis
solved Tarnation, a "subtle, dia
bolical, witty and (we hope) sol
vent publication." ';
Michael was named Friday to
the top position of the new pub
licaticn with Maniey M. Springs,
who was appointed business man
aer. The editorial, writing and
business -',aff Have as yet not been
An invitation to all persons in-
tercsted in working on the mag-
-lonor Council Suspends Two
Two cases of suspension have
resulted from action taken by
Men's Honcr C:uncil during the
According to a report released
yesterday by 'Men's Honor Coun-
cil chairman Gccrge Ragsdale, one
student' has been suspended for
cheating on several Naval Science
quizzes, lying to his instructor and
later to th? Council. He was su
spended until February, 1953,
Another student has been su-
spended for stealing-food from a
local eating establishment. He
readilv admitted li's guilt to tne
Some Watch And Some Work
Yesterday when the YackeryYacks came, the truck backed up
tc the rear of Graham Memorial and those poof boys who were the
first in line really worked for their yearbooks as they had to help
unload the transfer truck. Even some of the people in line didn't
tel it was worth the effort, . . , ,
azine was issued yesterday by both
Michael ' and Springs. The editor
and business manager will meet ir
Roland- Parker 1 at 4 p.m. today
with all persons interejted in work
ing with them.
Reiterating his interest in see
ing the -magazine "grow in size
ana siaiure so inai 11 mi2nt some
day comniand a positicequal to,
if not above' s"ah magazines as
l ,e '"".nu l n,wun. ti e zu1A
Voodo, the Williams Purple Cow
Sand the Yate Record," , Michael
said that he was firt and fore-
most concerned with making it
He urged the student body ts
"bear with us in this venture, and
above all to BUY the magazine."
Business Manager Springs added
his support to this comment and
remarked further that 'Svith the
help of a capable and industrious
staff, I am .-ure we can publish a
financially as well'as humorously
Council and was suspended until !
February of next year.
Ragsdale also reported that the
cases which merited indefinite
probation because bf the fact that
the students involved turned
thcmseve5 in to the Council.
The Honor Council Chairman in
cluded in his report remarks con
cerning the work of the Council
, ever the past year. He emphasized
the "fact that personal honor is
put to a severe test during exams.
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and I hope that each student on
this campus shall meet that test
and pass it because l Deneve eacn
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What Is This About?
Read If And Find Out
By WALT SCHRUNTEK
In a few short weeks, the offices of The Daily Tar Heel will be
invaded by coeds bent on the ea-y task (some diink) of publishing a
Women, asserting an increasing drive for equality a"nd then some
ir a "Man's World" (pardon the misnomer, please) will avail them
selves of an opportunity to soil manicured hands with snarled type
writer ribbon and smudges of printers ink.
They will come to the task before them dedicated knowing futl
well that they can and will put out a better paper than their .mis
guided and inefficient predecessors. . '
They will come filled with confidence that they can reorganize
the apparent confusion of publishing a newspaper. They will bring
order to chaos. x
, Their heads will be swirling with ideas for improvement and
their crusade will approach magnificance for they come to save
Indeed, the Summer Quarterly will be an instrument whereby a
new and fresh approach to journalism can be expected. The highly
efficient female will prove her worth she will show the doubters.
Our coed newspaperwoman may enter a closer, more profound re
lationship with the reading public, bringing it those intimate and sig
nificant insights as 13 why Pres. Friday's wife wore blue at the Hio
lory Banquet Sunday when Mrs. William Aycock dressed in aqua--narinc.
She may lash out editorially for the necessity of painting South
Building a deeper orange next year, reasoning that the trees are ex
pected to bloom a paler green according to prominent biologists from
our own Botany Department.
She may (occasionally) ace some need to take a stern measure
to the summer school crowd which is notorious for its beach-party
attitude, arguing apathy and sheer laziness (tch, tch).
She may (and some of us shudder at this thought) decide to estab
lish character in the unkept, untidy offices of the Tar Heel. Flower- j
filled va-es,. pictures artistically hung and white-frill curtains would
hardly be inconceivable innovations to the feminine mind.
She may do these and more (space limits further conjecture on i
the subject) but we who leave these offices to return again the fall,
leave respecting and admiring her nevertheless. We leave with some
apprehension too, lest these efficient young women do prove their
superior worth lest their crusade does- succeed.
We go in fear (some of us) for our jobs, for what if they do suc
ceed? What if they do save journalism and raise it from the "bed
of inefficiency in which it has rested so complacently?" What if, after
all, we have been wrong these many years?
What calamity. What disillusionment. What fantasy . . . What rot.
The PercyX". Weeks Award,
presented annually" to the most
outstanding graduating senior.
student, was given to Miss Mar- '
jorie Still of Hillsboro. Sunday
Dr. Jan P. Schinhan. her music ;
professor, presented the award j
during' a dinner at the Sigma Phi
Epsilon fraternity house. j
The award, began in 1949 by
Delta Chapter of Sigma Phi Ep-
silon, is a memorial to Percy C.
Weeks, a Sig Ep who was killed r
of us is more than capable. It
would be a terrible thing, indeed,1
to mar a fine year with a scr-
ious mistake now.".
Ragsdale stated that
government has reached heights
not heretofore attained. The cheat-
ing ring is gone, and I hope, for
good. We have purged ourselves
of that which cannot exist side-by-side
with honesty. Cases have been
fewer this year."
In speaking of the Honor Sys
tern, Ragsdale said he thinks that
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it u possible tnat "we shall nave
very few Honor System violations
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May I Have Your ID Card?
The Yacks were given out inside the Rendeivous Room yesterday
while the students filed past the open windows on the side of GM.
Shown above is an eager student who is coming through the win
dow. For what? Maybe the girl, '
in an automobile accident on .er
Years Day of 1949.
Miss Still is an extremely tal-
enled pianist, having appeared as
soloist with the North Carolina
'Symphony Orchestra. She has giv-
en several recitals at UNC and
will, present another one May 26.
As winner of the Percy C.
Weeks Award, Miss Still received
a check for 25 dollars and had
her name engraved on the Weeks
cup which is displayed in -Hill
that the spirit of honest conduct
is throbing within the heart of
the student body, and I believe ' gula,' but it was still good theatre
that those aspects of personal in- j The first play, "Hello From Ber
frif,, shall nAntimip to command , tha." was the weaker of the two.
( the actions of us all, until the
temptations which surround exams
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shall be put aside in defeat at the
hand of honesty itself.
Graham Memorial will sponsor
one more free flick before the
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ena oi tne spring semia,
24, at 7:30 and 10 p.m. in Car-
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Joy Earp Wins Lee Cup
Miss Joy Frances Earp of Ral-1 been president of Carr Dormitory,
eigh was named the most outstand- ! chairman of vespers for the YWCA,
ing senior woman at UNC Sun- j a member of the Independent Wo
day when she was awarded the j men's Council, vice chairman of
Irene F. Lee cup at ceremonies ' the rules committee of Women's
held in Spencer Hall.
The award, first made in 1955,
is given by Mrs. Irene F. Lee of
Chapel Hill, who was the first hos
tess of Cornelia Phillips Spencer
Hall. Chancellor Robert B. House"
made the presentation.
is annually awarded
) to the coed who is "judged out-
standing in initiative, cooperation,
Hadervhipr character, Industry
perserverance, ideals; judgment,
dependability and scholarship."
Miss Earp attended the Hugh
Morson High School and the Peace
Junior College in Raleigh where
she was active in student affairs.
Since coming to UNC she has
Review: Two Williams'
One-Act Plays In GM
By ANTHONY WOLFF
The Sunday evening production o
two Tennessee Williams one-acteri
by the Petites Dramatiques was nc-
; up to their debut produc tion of Cali
&nd the blame for its faults lies both
with the author and the production
I The play itself is Williams at hi.-
mcst depressing: it .concerns a tu
jerculer prostitute who dotes on the
memory of her first seducer. It is a
pitiless piece of playwriting: Berth:
l as no redeeming features to make
5er a sympathetic character. Like
.n manv Wil!'nm' srprit ipus: clip
is a drab and revolting piece oi
By A COED
One by one stragglers gather
ed at Graham Memorial until
' there was a congenial mob of
UNC i-tudents, yelling and wav-
. ing arms about and not always
their own arms.
Annuals were to be given out
at 3 p.m. but the mob came at
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Coeds shied away from the so
called Carolina gentlemen for a
change. Most of them just stood
. at safe distances on the Plane
tarium step or inside Graham.
The men had a great time,
however. They were big enough
to battle through human ob-f'-jIes
and come out smiling
with nice, thick, paper cover
eu Yacks. Meanwhile coeds ob
served their techniques envious
ly. Feminine initiative finally
. came through, though, when the
coeds trapped well-meaning mas
culine friends into going to get
their annuals for them.
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Residence Council, a mem
ber of j
the' Orientation planning board,
a member of Valkyries and Valky
rie Sing chairman.
Chairman of the selection com
mittee for the award was Miss
Katharine Carmichael, 'Dean of
Women who was assisted Dy a
committee made up of Ray Jef-
feries, assistant to the Dean of
Student Affairs and four student
j Miss Penn Anthony, represent-
j ing the Panhellenic Council; Miss
Carol Jones, representing the Wo-
men's Residence Council; Ed Sut-1
ton, fjr the Golden Fleece; and
Bill McLean for the Order of the
arbage, and, as usual. Williams has
10 hope for her.
Whatever the merits of the play,
t is a problem in direction and in
ctirg. The latter chore was handled
one too well by Lloyd Skinner. In
n attempt to avoid the overpower
ng and unbearable unpleasantness
l the play, he burlesqued several
f the lines: ho got his laughs, but
n getting them he violated Wil
iam's .regrettable intention.
Miss Nancy Stephens, as Bertha.
layed her role ver'. convincingly
(see, REVIEW, page 7)
DKE, The Outstanding Fraternity On Campus
Zeb Weaver, president of Delta Kappa Epsilon, receives the first Robert B. House award presenttd
to the most outstanding fraternity on campus by the person honored with the naming of the trophy,
Chancellor R. B. House. The trophy will be kept for a year and then will be awarded agin. After
eight years, the fraternity winning the trophy the most times will retain it. The award was presented
last Monday night at a special banquet honoring the winning frat.
Miss Jean. J. "JarkiV: Aldrid-i- and Rob-it I. To!'"
' r)lln, have been named "Wfiss Alumna" and "Mi. Ahunnus
)1 this year's graduating ( lass.
Thev will receixe cevtilicatcs of award at the annual
alumni luncheon to he held here June ",. The huuhenn will
he attended by alumni, seniors and their parents.
The University' Cieneral Alumni Asn. annu illy pe
i : sents award certificates to th.
The L. Round Wilson Library
announced yesterday that normal
opening and closing hours will be
maintained during the next two
weeks of final examinations.
Special hours will be observed
Saturday for the convenience of
those who wish tj use library fa
citilies the announcement indi
cated. Saturday, the doors will
open at 7:45 a.m. and close at
During the interim period be
tween the spring and summer ses
sions the following schedule will
be .. observed:
Sat., June 1, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.;
Sun., June 2 2-5 p.mr; j Monday.
j June inroun b, dbp.m.; ano
i Friday- June 7, 7:45 a.m. to It
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Orientation Committee, 4-6
p.m., Grail Room; Humor Maga
zine, 4-6 p.m., Roland Parker
Lounge No. 1; University Party
7-11 p.m., Roland Parker Lounge
Nos. 1 and 2; Dance Class, 6:30-
8 p.m., Rendezvous Room; A. P.O.,
7-9 p.m., A. P.O. Room.
Graham Memorial will observe
its jusual hours through exams
until June 3. It will be closed
June 4 and 5; opening again at
9 p.m. on June 6, and remain
ing open through both sessions
of summer school.
Last Issue l
With today's issue. The Daily
Tar Heel discontinues ' publica
tion until Sept. 13. The editor 1
and entire staff wish the student
body success on final examina
tions. We look forward to serv i
ing you again next year.
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two members of the crriduatin
class who in the course of their
campus careers best represented
"those qualities which symbulie
loyalties of the 'good alumna' an i
the 'good alumnus'."
Miss Aldridge and Young has
served this year as secretary and
president of the student b dy.
They pian to be married to each
other in Augu.t.
Young said of the award, "It is
the most rewarding thing that
could happen to us. especially
since we plan to make u a per
manent 'Mr. and Mrs.' "
Miss Aldridge. an Engli.-h edu
cation major from Winston-Salem,
is a member of the Valkyries,
highest women's honorary, and
the Order of the O'.d Weil. Her
activities here have included mem
bership in Alpha damma Delta
sorority, of which she was presi
dent of her pledge c!a.-s. mem
bership on the Women's 11 r or
Council Student Legislature, stu
dent body presidents cabinet,
Yackety Yack beauty court, and
the Chape I HiJI .siu.'n! c.nr.rrnl
tee to pl;Ti the inaiiguration of
President William C. Friday.
She served this ye;?r as chair
man of Campus Chest and a mem
ber of the orientation committee.
(see ALDRIDGE, 7)
P.y JOHN lOSTLH SIMIAN
The first inci tin;; of t ie I!ir!
Watcher's Society will meet in the
Ccker Arboretum on Friday a.ter
iijn Mav 32. 'I'ii s will )v an organ
izational meeting to elect n't'kcrs
Mid committee heads lot- the v-iu-r.:f
yt :sr. All these ;x ;;'e i;;?e.TMe-:l
ii joining the siviit. will !e on-.-
Hered at t'lis time also.
The ;i!i pose o.' this or.' in: itioii
t.) wal.h hints and ncthin; e'.-e
Seme people have been under th
irrnesicn tha tsibveisive mite
have been underfoot in the ;a-t. bit
this is not true.
Meeting time w ;'I !e at 4,r,ij
l'lcase be prompt.
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