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VOL LVIII NO. 1
Complete W Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1957
Offices in Graham Memorial
TWELVE PAGES THIS ISSUE
The registration for student
fjs his Ven. than .tiI IhU car
lr ii S- ."n U $1. Uv-i-.M ilii: Im Hay
J-f I rit As,M.ml bean of Stu
H;wvvvr. '.he rule tint freshmen
cann t have car Mi'l remains. In
additi)u L h s rule, il has Wen
decided that sophomores who th
not haw a "C" average cannot
havt' cars on the campus fir-d se
mester. Th:p sophomores. 4.1.2 in
niimlHT. haw ahv.idy bom noti
fied by the Sludrnt Affairs (1
ficr. The? rule about freshmen and
snplrmrn-s do not apply to vot
All ol hi r student who do have
ors -ti campus are required to
regMer th.MU. Registration wiTl
bo on September 17 and 1U in the
gvm except for profesional stu
dents wiio will rcgMcr in their
Th w who arrive z school late
or ar unable to register ;u this
tint.- oan ngiv.cr later at tho SU
deM Allaire office. 2iH Smith
Students who register ar ex
pected to stick the registration
sticker on their front windshield
immediately o that tlieir cars can
There are aU regulations about
parking on Hie campus which read
as follows: "There shall be no
parking on the campus proper be
tween the hours ot 7-3. Monday
through Saturday, except by auth
orised students. and visitors.
Parking permits are issued by the
Dean of Student Affairs. The
('ampin proper is defined as that
the North by
AS NEW SCHOOL YEAR OPENS
2,000 New Stud
To Start O
Here This M
'J "V "S ,
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. -ii lu-.vri-nn d iti ii-ntiii ion into
Approxinuilflv 2,1 oo new students win emu
toni"ln at a encval assemV)K in Memorial Hall at 7.
O ri emition d.ai.man lerrv Dppenheimer in a sta.enunt to Ireshmen s.ud tins utik
that lUc purpole Z planlini of orientation ate , help new sttulents a.l.ust ,0 thetr en
vironnient at lTNC.
,m a(lillsl , wm new enun uu ,.,f
Remains This Semester
It Happens Every Semester In Woollen Gym
The scene above will be a familiar one to freshman by the time
classer start next week. Registration for freshmen begins at 8 a.m.
Mcnday, and will continue Tuesday. New students will sign up for
classes Wednesday. All thoughts of basketball are forgotten in the
rush that every semester turns the home floor of the National
Champions into a smoke-filled room.
n over-crowded situation
men's and women's dorms is still
t li 3 housing story in Chapel Hill.
And there is a chapter on inade
quate housing for married stu
dents. Housing director James Wads-
Free Picnic, Other Activities
Planned F or Tod oyAtE merson
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
1 .L n4
your college (lays, we nope
you will bs an active participant
and not a passive bystander.
"Before- classes begin next
Thursday, you will be tested both
physically and mentally, have the
Honor System and Student Gov-
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in' worth said yesterday that there ; ernment explained to you, am.
will be three-man rooms in an mm nuu u..u.wU
m-n's dorms, and three girls in Remember that all of these pen
almost all rooms in the girls dorm- pie are here to help you. especial-
1 W vour orientation counselor. He
has been chosen for his knowledge
He said that the office is try- f and love for Carolina and
ing to avoid the use of the base-: trained to help you this week and
ment of Cobb dormitory, but that throughout the coming semester,
beds have been placed there in, Don't hesitate to question him
case they are needed.
By MARY MOORE MASON
The i-arnival is coming to Car
olina on September 17. But this
i. .i.i,., c.rf ,n ihi South bv is nn unusual carnival. There are
11, !..;.. rid Mlihwav .4). on no lions or ti--htrope wnHcers. bnt
J,., ,v tt:d,M'h Strret. and there u a boardwalk lined with
with the activities on
on the V-t bv South Columbia
Street and the l'i'.t shorn Koad.
the area adjacent to the More
head Planetarium is restricted 24
lYum each day to the sjrne group
and v;-utrr to the Planetarium
and Morehead Art C.alleri' s.
The Chapel Hill police 0
ornra'e with the UNC student gov
ernment in the enforcing of car
registration and parking rules.
AT FRESHMAN CAMP
gaily 'eeorated b oths. I
Th carnival will be in the!
torm f a free pienie and special
ac-tivUie session which will be
held in Kmerson Field at 4:30 p.m.;
The carnsval. sponsored by the
Activities Committee of the Or
ientation Committee, and the pic
nic, sponsored 'by (iraham Memor
ial Activities Hoard, have been
planned to get new students ac-
170 Freshmen Remain
Four Days At New Hope
Appr ximntely 170 freshman
v., II return to the I'NC campus
today alter lour dais at annual
ft. .J. nun carno held at Camp
New Hope. The camp be -no .n
d.;y and ends tda at noon.
Ireshinan nmper., will gather
for the lat tiin a group to
night when t iey will meet for din
ner in t!ie upstairs dining room of
This ear's (amp is directed by
junior Mike (livens, under the su
pem.i n of Claud- Shotts and
Jim Carse of the Y.MC.V
Freshman camp is sponsored be
fore 'lie beginning of every fall
semester to help students meet
problems of adjustment to college
Me and learn f opportunities on
campus. The cap. held annually at
New Hope. seen miles from Chap
el Hill, precedes the regular orien
tation program for all new stu
dents. Warm & Humid
t'r.s e:ir as coins. lors t. the fresh
men. Freshmen were grouped in
cabins corresponding to theii
dovmi'.i.-ry as;gnnien1 to give them
1 eli;i:ue l'i 'tt acquainted before
(he otiicial opening of the semes
ter. Discussion led by campus offic
ials and staff members included
such subjects as religion in college
life, adjustment problems, and ex-'
Ira curricu'ar activities. A f.iculty
iresooian sotlball ame and a panel
on dating, courtship and marriage
were al.-o on the agenda.
A Ireshman faculty picnic gave
freshmvn and faculty a chance to
Facuitv and staff members par-
iw-ir.:itm. in the camn inciuoea
According to Al Goldsmith,
Libby McCord and Bob Carter,
ca-chairmen of the activities
esion, each major organiiation
will hawe a g'dv decorated booth t
on the Emerson Field board
walk. There will be a represen
tative of the organiiation behind
each booth who will explain to
interested new students about
the organiiation, its purpose, and
what the requirements for mem
Already entered in the Carni-;
val are b oths or displays from (
the following campus groups: ;
Philanthropic Society, Men's Glee
Club. Cardboard, YMCA. YWCA, I
Carolina Quarterly. Men's Inter-j
Drrmitory Council. Young Demo
crat's Club. Student Party, Uni
versity Party. Alpha Epsilon Del
c, nre-med sroup). Dialectic
Senate. Alpha Phi Omega (a ser
vice fraternity). Humor Magazine,
Debate Council, Yackety Yack.
Daily Tar Heel, Sound and Fury,
Hand, and (Iraham Mem .rial.
There will be a general infor
mation booth for those organiza
tions unable to be there.
The giving away of door prii
es will be one of the big attrac
tions of the Carnival. As each
student visits each booth he will
receive a ticket. The more
booths he visits the more chanc
es he has. The door priie will
probably be a gift certificate.
Each male orientation group will ,
attend the carnival with a female j
j orientation group.
'r'nlcrtiiininenl also be (eal
ured during the picnic. Chairmay
of the entertainment are Lucy
Crossland and Larry Taylor.
All organizations which wish to
have booths and displays and who
haven't yet contacted the commit
tee are urged to do so immed
i iately. Those organizations which
i already nave are to have their
booths on the field by 2:30 the
afternoon of the carnival. In case
of rain the Carnival will be held
in the Tin Can.
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Orientation closes. Examinations for advanced stand
ing and removal of conditions.
Registration in Woollen Gym. Examinations con
Registration continues. Preregistered students pick
up class tickets.
Classes begin. Late registration opens.
Late registration ends. Carolina-State football game
Carelina-Clemson game here.
Carolina-Navy game here.
University Day. Classes suspended at 10:50 a.m.
Carolina-Tennessee game here.
Carolina-South Carolina game here.
Thanksgiving holidays begin. 1 p.m.
Carolina-Virginia game here.
Classes resume after Thanksgiving recess.
Christmas holidays begin. 6 p.m.
Classes resume after Christmas holidays. 8 a.m.
Classes end for fall semester. 6 p.m.
Reading day for fall semester examinations.
Fall semester examinations begin. 8:30 a.m.
Fall semester examinations end. 6 p.m.
Dormitories open for new students.
Orientation for all new students.
Registration. Preregistered students pick up class
"C'sses begin for spring semester in all depart
nito Late registration begins.
Late registration closes.
Classes end for spring recess. 6 p.m.
Classes resume after spring recess. 8 a.m.
Classes end for spring semester.
Reading day for spring semester examinations.
Spring semester examinations begin. 8:30 a.m.
Spring semester examinations end. 6 p.m.
IT'S WHERE YOU FIND IT
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licipanng in mr kom ...v."-... jr" .W.. '.l, i
Consolidated University President jry
William C. Friday. Chancellor Wil- 'n -V O-1
li.nn Avcock. retired Chancellor VH '-.' ,
Kobert House. Dean Cecil Johnson ZfT'lZ;
There' no hope for the week
rnd weatherwlfe. acetrding to the
. S Weather Bureau at the Pa
h igh Durham Airport.
The prediction h fur continued
warm and humid weather, with
the promise of late afternoon and
The average high and low tem
peratures arc predicted as high
er than the average for this season
of the year. Normal temperatures
ior Ute summer average at a high
f C3 and a low of t53 154.
of the General College ami noy
Armstrong, director of admissions.
Others participating in the pro
gram were Sam Magill. director of
student activities, Stewart Colson,!
YMCA president, and ministers of.
Chapel Hill churches.
t'pper classmen councelors and;
, planning committee members were j
Tom Allied, Colman Barks. Bob,
Cart-r. Lin Church, (iraham Clay-j
ton. Stewart Colson. Wilson Coop-j
er. Ralph Cummings. Thomas
Downer. Joe Ferrel. Dick Frank,
Michael Givens. Don Cray. George
Haddad. Leon Holt. Tom Isley.
Jenky Jenkins. Hamp Lefler. Tom
Long. Jack Luflin. Boh Mathews,
Gene McDaniel, Forest Patterson,
Charles PiHman, G. C. Pridgen,
Bill Hand. Jack Uaper, Jack Redd.
Hobart Steele. Lawrence Wilson,
; Tel Wholbruch and Steve Woody.
One of the most extensive wel
comes ever given new Tar Heels
by the Chapel Hill - Carrboro
Merchants' Assn. has been plan
ned by the association for this
Next Monday has been set for
the big day when local merchants
: will hold epen houses for the new
Various souvenirs and gifts,
such as key chains, ball point
pens ami asmravs. wm uv 8n , ,..,:K, ,h w.,v smile of a new
away. An information booth win a pnase u.eu lo " i mcet him on campus. in the hand-
be maintained all day at Battle things are done in Chapel Hill . , m
Dorm, with maps and new spapers or the way : """ns in the class T buildings. s
to be given away, as well as ad-1 just tne neauiy o. '-'
ditional copies of the classified. It is the phrase that cove s aU
,.;.arv Itadioi 0f the many facets of hie on the
broadcasts from the booth are also Hill. Occasionally someone at
inncd i tempts to define it. lew meet
Vwentv-five gift certificates for with the success that was achiev
S10 each will be given away in a - ed this year by the staff of the
campus quiz contest. Students can ; Carolina Handbook,
fin , entry blanks for the contest I They say that the rolma a
in anv stores or they may obtain1, of Life is "- that cup of coffee
them from orientation counsellors, j in Y-court before the mad dash
. snivel to vour tirst class in the morn-
ine nrsi u 10 iui - tj;i,i.
on me stei3s 01 ouum
Four hundred names are on a
waiting list for married students' :
housing in Victory Village. The :
I situation there has been eompli .
I cated bv a ruling that no children :
may be allowed to live in the sec
ond story barracks. Two-room
apartments are maintained on the
YVadsworth stated that plans
are underway to provide more
and better housing for marr ied stu
dents, but that not too many steps
have been taken yet.
Three new dorms are currently
under construction which will
relieve the situation next fall.
Three dorms located near Kenan
Stadium will house 650-7(10 stu
dents when they are completed in
I the fall of 1953.
: Construction work on an addition
j to Spencer women's dormitory i
I well under way. according to
, He, said that some housing is
' available in Chapel Hill. Wads-...,-vrth
:i.-itp(l that "People in the
u vm n - '
town have been very cooperative
in helping the housing office."
or ask for his assistance; for he
is here to help you.
'Here's wishing you the best rf
luck in your first endeavor at the
University of North Carolina."
Freshmen men wPJ meet vn
Memorial Hall for the assembly
over which Dean Cecil Johnson
will preside tonight. Meetings
have been set for freshmen women
in 106 Carroll Hall, with Miss Sue
: Mayhi? presiding and for trans
fer men in Gerrard HaJI with Dirt-clot
of Student Activities Sam
Miss Sue Mayhue will conduct
the women's convocation in 106
Carroll Hall at 7:30.
Meetings will be the order of
the day as the orientation program
gets into full swing today and
continues 'through next Wednes
day. The general w.lcome assembly
1 r all new students is scheduled
for t.unorow night in Memorial
Ha'l. Chancellor W. B. Aycock
and orientaticn chairman Jerry
Oppenheimer will speak, and a
film, 'in the Name of Freedom "
will be shown.
Included on the program for
orientaticn week are tours, tests,
dances, physicals, lectures, and a
Planetarium show. Chapel Hill
merchants will stage a special
Walworth stat?d that the rush; Merchants' Day to welcome the
The Carolina Way Of Life -In
Kenan, In Lab, In Dorms
in housing began yesterday and!
he anticipates that it will continue
until well in to the semester.
The Housing Office will be open
until 10 p.m. from now until reg
istration is over or until students
Wadsworth stated that he has
met the parents of many new stu
dents and that they have "all
se:med to he happy about the sit-
,,i;rr," nifl l-derstand tne
new students to the community.
The Chancellor's reception is
scheduled for 2:30-5:30 on Sunday
at Graham Memorial. A graduate
picnic on M elver lawn will be held
According to Ray Jeffries, as
sistant dean of student affairs, in
cluded in the 2.000 new students
are appr -ximatLdy 1.100 freshmen
and 500-600 graduate students.
1 u n' iry the uaiiMi JOO .
'The Carolina Way of Life" is down its sandy paths It s in tne crowde() con(Utions
friend when you
ticians, in the class Duiiaings. w,
quiet and lonely at twilight as,
you return from lab. in the study-;
ing or the poker game late at ;
"It's in the tempo room where
you may drink beer with a friend,
in the chimes of the bell tower
every evening. It is everywhere
and all you have to do is find it.
"But you can't find it alone.
! You will need friends. You will
Will Be Given
Polio shots will 'be offered to
Carolina students this year at
the University Infirmary. Asiatic
flu shots . may be available later,
acording to a source at the in-
will be charged SI
The Chamblee Insurance Agen
cy of Raleigh is offering accident
and health insurance coverage to
UNC students agsin this year. The
service provides for married and
The plan, set up by American
Casualtv Co. of Pennsylvania.
covers medical services not pro-
Miss Lucinda Holderness
Miss Lucinda Holderness, a
campus beauty queen, as she pos
ed last fall during her reign as
'Beat Dook" queen. Miss Hold
erness is a member of Delta, Del
ta Delta sorority.
the quiz will win a siu gm n. , "... -- , from Bar Swimp.
Mete for in 0ny store j E J' ,v rl o ' an(1 New York City - San "'
Thn nnrrmc of lhf Winners Will triCnQS SUI 1 eimiutu - CtiiHentS
Any. .iu..,o ." , .,.. 14 in rrnmco,, an1 H5 PIPn A 1 1 Will ! - . . , ,., t
be published in The Daily Tar , ly pack ot campu rVm iiffprpn as the places from! apiece for the series of three po- vided for by student neaun xees.
Heel and other local newspapers. I Kenan Stadium and W oollen Gym as diff e"n' "JVattw1 Ho shots. The second shot, accord- The service may be oota.ned
Four different sets of quiz blanks , as you cheer with your friends which hey come The no - to tne infirmary S0Urce, during registration by filling out
wre"ted to provide v,iat victory-and it s in the Sllence - sh;uld be taken 6-8 weeks after an application card and paying a
mat iouows ueiedi. - - i f- t j .y.p third snould De 514 ice.
-It is in the inevitable lines at as much of Carolina as you are the tirst and all activities
i . . l Ill -irH i mtlULIl dllCl j-vva.v.. g
i i iin r i-t r a- g- ruit r i c i ii i will i uu
in tne air wnen iiv. , rvmuiig mtac y.vr, j
... . . r . -1 . -w r am vpr vim i
u..: thir nar- Cork e Place is alive wun s.uimS.; jum ' i ,t . . n tn. tbe ores
.... ..u.L.. u aiints'i in the crowd when they, Yankees, turn you will meet someone new! 'tll.nliM nf Asiatic the husband or wife of the holder
eius iu aummiit: uia.,, , t , j c;na i . . . ..jAa. c,u ...aM"" i-r ; .... . .. , , ,t
auusuaiwc, fJu vaccine however, definite ana an aepenuams. i PiumC3
and a short game of "Do you lans as to its distribution will : two nays traveling uu. -
there is a new not be announced until later this lately oetore anu aiier a "l
: month. i or married students.
VTj,i. cfnrlonfc alcn Will be IU
,-i.H f,. ctn'h credit in the registration.
tiUU IU V O I I V 1 1 ' 1 1 - - - - -
Polio shots wer offered to stu- of the holder. 24 hours a oa.
Mart-iPfJ students DOHCieS cover
ents to autnorize cnaiye ci.-wU... - .
with any association member. The and Rebels both, stand and sin0 an(J after a friendy handshake
' Credit Bureau here will handle aU
i the arrangements, according to
' Mrs. Jane Whitefield, executive
secretary of the association.
Hark the Sound
'"Tt'c iha Arhnretum at tw'0
VO 111 LIU . ,
minutes before the women's dorms Know
close as you and your date run friend.