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VOL. LVIII, NO. S
To Fill Three
Inte r-Iknnitory Council Presi
dent Tom Walters, ia a statement
to The Daily Tar Heel yesterday. !
urged all men's dormitory resi-'
denH to vote in today's election
for dorro officers.
Elections will tie r.c'.u V'zy for
intramural manner. Inter-Dormi-torjr
Council representative and
secretary treasurer to serve for
the- 1957 38 schol term. !
Walters stated that keynote of
thw year's IIC plants is drrm gov
ernment. He said that emphasis
will W on informing dormitory
presidents of administrative pro
cee of the IDC so that more
dorm administration will be han
dled on the Individual dorm level.
Walters' statement is as follow?:
f would like tr urge all d rmi- ing to Or. Rathcrim- Kennedy
tory members to ?et out and vote Canmchael. Dean of Women.
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1957
Offices in Graham Mentorial
FOUR PAGES THIS ISSUE
UNC GRAD COUNSELORS Five graduate counselors have
been named for the 1957-58 school year at the University of North
Carolina to work in supervising and advising undergraduate women
in the dormitories. They are, left to right: Misses Nancy Green ol
Winston-Salem; Nola Jean Hatten of Pascagoula, Miss.; Gay .Eliza
beth Hogan of Chapel Hill, Rt. 2; Jackie McCarthy of Norfolk, Va.;
and Jeanne Kathleen Fleming of Charlotte.
Five Grad Counselors
Selected For 1957-58
Federal Troops To March On Little Rock
Five yimnn wvmen have been
' appointed graduate counselors at
t'ie University of North Carolina
lor the 1057-53 school year, accord-
By ASSOCIATED PRESS
Helmeted paratroopers irom the
101st Airbourne Division took up
stations around Little Rock Cen
tral High School last night while I
, hundreds of people looked on.
There was no immediate reac
in todav's election. I would par
fruhrh' like t urge them to el
f.i'NTbl? men because in the
17 w hiol ear the IDC keynote
U dTmitnry government itself.
-Tie IDC will v:rk toward in-fo-nvr;
dtrm:tory presidents of
a'l nhases of dormiton adminis
tration so that more of this can
tv ta'ten care of on th? dormitory
"We 8T erv plejis'd with the
vvk of the IDC s fjr and are
ar-.;.3tiD. 3 tfood year."
Pre-id'nt and vice-presidents
of dormitories were elected in
campus-wide elections last spring.
(nnlu and closing times for
f ?iav's elections have b?en left gr?e in dramatic art. In addition toj
tn the discretion of individual n.r clntios as graduate counselor, j
dorm prfcifent; --however, the jt rirron will ho working to-.
lnteiT rmitory Council request- VVard a !astpr's degree in English.
Th.v are Misses .ancy Green
of Winst.m -Salem. Nola .Ji'an 'at-,
i-n f P.isc-a ;u!a. Miss.. Elizabeth
'Iogan of Chanel Hill. Jackie Mc
Carlhv of Norfolk. Va.. and Jean
ne Kathleen Fleming of Charlotte.
Tlx'sr couriM-l'M's are graduate
-tti leu's enrolled in the Universi
ty who liv in undergraduate dor
mit Ties and are o;i hand to advise
the women students on thir per
sonal and academic problems. The
graduate counselors work closelv
" it!i fie d irm t "ry hostesses and
th? Dean of Women's office.
Vlss f-reevi' ;rauu:il' of the
University of North Carolina from
which she received an A. B. de
gree in physical education.
.lffrrthv is nlsn a t'rad
nf of it ;C where she received tion from the crowd-
and A. B. degree in physical ed- Strife-torn Little Rock, rocked
ucation. This vear in addition to by a day and night of racial vio-
serving as a graduate counselor, lence. reacted to President Eisen-
Ms; McCarthv will be porparing hower's order t federalize the
for a Matr of C-mimunication! Arkansas National Guard with
. . . i .... c- n n rnrni"l I onH dism.TV
(k'gr e in indin atui television ai 'f"5rp "W""" -
Hnivrsitv I Eisenhower's order
A resident of Charlotte and a
graduate of Queens College. Miss
'"'cuing will be woking toward a
Masters' degre in biochemistry this
r todjv that all balot boxes b
returned to the huusin office by
8 p.m. tolav for counting. I
All Carolina men's dormitory
residents are eligible to vote in
tlifir ' respective dormitories, ac
cording IDC regulations con
yrmn dormitory elections.
She is the daughter of Dr. and
Mrs C. Slvet r Green of Win
A native of Pa-cagoula. Miss.,
Miss 1 1 at tt'ii is also a graduate of
UNC. Before entering the Uni
ersity she studied at Stephens
Coll ge in Columbia. Mo. Miss
Hatten has laKon summer siuuy , jj()r,,
preted at the State Capitol to
mean that the federaliz?d guards
m n will be under orders from
Washington now, and that they
will be detailed to keep in Little
President Eisenhower in a
broadcast address last niqht
appealed to citizens of Arkan
sas, "to assist in brinqinq to
an immediate end all interfer
ence wtih the law."
Lt. Gov. Nathan Gordon, after
first refusing comment said:
"Upon proper request from the
local uthoritiv-c I -wan prepared
at all times to call out the Nation
al Guard to help preserve the
public peace. I have never receiv
ed a request from the local au
thorities." In Birmingham. Ala.. Gov. Or
val Faubus of Arkansas said in
The Carolina Quarterly
hold a .staff meeting today at 4:30 certificate,
n m. Artvone interested in joining: Miss Hogan
the staff his been invited to at
The deadline for material for
the first issue of the Quarterly
"h October 9. Contributions should
1 mailed to P.O. Box 1117 or
brought by the Quarterly office
I at Columbia I niversity in .New
, York City and at present Ls doing!
will special work t.uvard a teacher's
holds an A H. do-1
gree in physical education from!
the University of North Carolina.1
Since graduation she has served
as director of recreation and
physical education for the YWCA
in Waterloo. Iowa.
This year she will be doing grad
uate work toward a Master's de-
UNC alumni have donated S41,
000 for "special and unrestricted"'
us.- by faculty and students here
this school year, it was disclosed
today. . . .. - -. . .....
Chancellor William B. Aycock
and Tom Bast. Jr.. director of
Alumni Annual Giving, said the
funds will supplement state ap-
; propriations and fill gaps not
. covered by tax dollars.
The funds were earmarked here
(luring a meeting of the alumni an interview state authority would!,
group, presided over by Chair- have settled Little Rock's school'
j sum James W. Poole of Greens-! integration problems without vio-1
lence if President Eisenhower:
"had left law and order to us."
Faubus said "as long as the
National Guard was in control,
not a blow was struck, nor proper
L nv if I t fi
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Yack Work Begins
These officials of the 1957-59 Yackety Yack are already at work on this year's publication of the
yearbook for UNC. Left to right, they are: Emory Burkhardt, senior editor; Gene Whitehead, editor;
and LVradell Lawrence, managing editor. A schedule for Yack photos appears elsewhere in today's Tar
Heel. (Bill King Photo)
Chi'.f benefits are expected to
go for faculty research, graduate
fellowships, faculty travel to pro
fessional meetings, a Chancellor's
"emergency fund" and other uses.
Some $132,000 has been turned
over to the university by the Alum
ni Annual Giving since the pro
grams' inauguration four years
ago. The amount given has in
creased each year.
Vaccine Orders Placed
RALEIGH iTi State agencie.
and institution.- have begun plac
ing orders for upwards of 30.000
doses of Asian flu vaccine to be
administered to wards of the statJ
TB and mental hospital patients,
students in educational institu-
In Washington, the Defease De
partment said regular U. S. troops turns, and state employes
probably will be sent to Little
Rock, Ark., to help enforce school i
So far none of the state vaccuu
200 Students Wanted
For GMAB Committees
Here Oct. 28
Arkansas National Guardsmen
called into Federal service.
Secretary of Pefen.se Wilson
I has been received and officials of
Crew Search Continues
II A M B U R G. Germany kV j
Planes and ships are criss-crossing;
the mid-Atlantic in search of morej
survivors of the ill fated German
sailing ship Pamir.
Five crewmen plucked from a
leaky lifeboat in raging seas yes
terday were being sped to Casa
blanca. They were transferred to
the U. S. military sea transport
r.eioer after their rescue by the
They would augment j Vision of Purchase and I U. S. steamship Saxon.
By BEN TAYLOR
In a surpriss move yesterday,
th? Chancellor's Cabinet extend
ed a formal invitation to top stu
dent body executives to attend its
The long - awaited invitation
i came to Student Body President
i Sonny Evans' d?sk Tuesday aftcr-
noon, asking that student body
j officials sit in on future meetings
of this top executive body,
j It was expected to enable stu
j dent body officers to narrow the
I gap b:tvecn the "big six" and
student gavernment on matters
j concerning students here,
j Th? letter formally invited Ev
! ans. Student Body Vice President
1 Don Furtado and Daily Tar Heel
' Editor Neil Bass to attend this
'nr s tirst meeting September
Evans immediately issued a
statement calling the action a
predecessor to "a new era in ad
ministrative and student govern
He said the student body here
"owes an immeasurable debt cf
hanks to both Dean Weaver and
Chancellor Aycock. for at least
ve can emerge as junior partners
f th? University."
"It has long been the hopes
and desires of individuals in stu-
dent government to participate in
j the far-reaching and essential
; things in the University." Evans
' "However," he added, "it could
never be done so 1 ng as we did
j not have representation on thos?
I bodies which set this long-range
Evans ssid that student expres
sion within the Cabinet will
rushee ineligible toj..make for a m0re mutual under
Carolina fraternity standing of problsms facing ev
Roy Armstrong. Director of Ad j He called the action "a time of
missions, will be main speaker at great moment." adding, "we are
this meeting. Rush rules. Rush at the beginning of a new era in
I A meeting for all students in
I tercsted in Interlratsrnity Rush
will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday
j in Memorial Hall, it was announ
will make a
attend this meeting
minutes after President Eisen-
hower had directed him to take
The Carolina Forum, the off ic-, such action.
ial sneaker oresentation agency of! Eisenhower, in an executive or
Contract don't know when to ex The U. S. Coast Guard in New
pect it. Some deliveries have been , York rececived word that the sur-
fni- netoher or Novem - : vivors are all in good condition.
Federalized the Arkansas Guards- flrnendinjI ,n the supply situ-'
. , 1 th.nnl ' -
lusi iwo nours aim nuvc
By PATSY MILLER
Two hundred students are need
ed to work on the 14 Graham
Memorial Activities Board commit
ters, according to a statement
nude yesterday by Benny Thrmas.
president of Graham Memorial Ac
GMAB is one of the largest stu
ar? sponsored by the dance com
mittee. The publicity committee handles
Student Government at the Uni- der signed at his Newport. K. i., j
versity of North Carolina, an- vacation headquarters, said he
nounced that Norman Thomas i acted because "certain persons in
will speak at its first program for
The Division of Purchase and i
rnnirart said orders have been
I placed for 5.500 doses for the Uni
versity at Chapel Hill.
the state of Arkansas, individual-
publicity for GMAB. working with ( the year 1957-58. ly and in unlawful assemblages
The Daily Tar Heel, other publi Mr. Thomas is an outstanding! . . . have willfully obstructed
cations, radio, television, posters j spokesman for civil liberties and j enforcement of a federal court
and leaflets. the founder of the American Civil order for racial integration ai
Th- offire rnmmittty tvncs cor-', l iherties Union, an organization tie Rock's Central High
respondents, sends notices, takes , which has as its purpose the pre-j The White House was
Peace To Be Preserved
WASHINGTON W The United
States has reaffirmed its determi
nation to preserve peace in the
"Middle East and has joined Brit
School 1 ain arm f ranee in aenouncmy
emphatic , Russia for inflaming hatreds there.
WASHINGTON Senate rack
ets probers have challenged the
legality of the election of James
R. Hoffa as a delegate to the
teamsters union convention next
week. Hoffa is the front running
candidate for president of the gi
ant international union.
vr.il-n 1 v. . n. v. 4 . . . . . - - - , . - . 1
dfnt organizations n the campus.", care cf the bulletin board, the ' servation of civil liberties for all j in declaring it had a tirm ietoai
Thomas said, "and it is in contact
with all the students on campus.
It takes a large number of in
terfsted, capable students to do
the job expected of us.
The work is nr.st rewarding and
GMAB ofice calendar, co-ordinates citizens. He also ran for Presi-
GMAH activities, keeps the scrap d?nt of the United States on the
book and sends invitations. , socialist Party ticket for many
The receptions and decorations years,
committe is responsible for re- A banquet bofore
ceptions in the main lounge, re- speech will' honor Mr. Thomas. He
basis in taking its action.
The State Department made
j public a diplomatic note, couched
in blunt language, handed today
t..v,,c i.ndorfliv nuestion-
v,uv. r-uuu, ;uthoritv to the Soviet foreign ministry in (
ed the president s legal autnonty i
ti use federal troops in Little i Moscow. ;
the main Rock unless requested by the gov- j it said similar notes were deliv-
ernor J ered bv the French and Bntisn. ,
M-U-satisfyinx. Committee work is' captions on the lawn and decora- will also be present at a public re-, James C. Hagerty, me V-, . ney we.e ,t - -
.Pen in any int,rested student and; ti-ns for dances. ception immediately following the dent's press secretary, told a news change touched off Hv 1 w h n
Students. UNC of ficials and address. The program is slated tor , conterence toaay uui " ' f
arrn Tinll nuntinn thp hws on the oresiaem s larpuon conuemmg use u
applications are now available at1
Graham Memorial information!
dfk.'.' Thomas said. 1
Hie 14 couimittes are recreation, j
film series and drama, forum,
townspeople all work on the polls October 28,
Auditorium on the campus here.
Governor Adlai Stevenson's chal-
Campus calendars for each
semester and other special events
dance, publicity, office, receptions are arangwd by the calendar corn
arid decorations, polls, calendar,; mittec.
fmirnamtnt. Mardi Gras. Sound! The tournament committee
and Fury, music and free films, j snonsors ping pong, billiards, lence to educators to modf".-
The recreation committee has br'dge, ches and checkers matches, teaching has focused statewide at-
The annual Mardi Gras is spon- tcntion on a scheduled address oy
sor-d bv the Mardi Gras com- the former presidential candidate
mittee and similarly the Sound here Saturday.
and Furv committee plans and
produces the Sound and Fury pro-
(See TROOPS, page 3) in the Middle East.
Goatsed McRae Exits
T.OS ANGELES .1" Singer Gor
don MacRae went to court for trial
of an auto damage suit against
When photographers tried to
take his picture. MacRae sport
ing a now goatee fled for the
He never did return to the
court, where Mrs. Marion Dunn's
S125.000 damage suit against the
actor had been scheduled. Soon
afterward, however, attorneys an
nounced that a settlement had
i Week, and the Frraternity Sys-i
tern will be explained. Later the
floor will be open for discussion
Jerrv Oppenheimer, Chairman
of the Interfratcrnity Court, has
this to say r.brjut the necessity
of attending this meeting: "Let
me emphasize the fact that this
meeting is mandatory for all
Rushers. If a man who is consid
ering g.)ing through Rush finds
it impossible to attend, he should:
! contact either Bill Redding
; (8 9033). Tom Rand (8-9027). or
'myself (6031) immediately.
"Rush Week begins this Sun
day. September 29. at 2:30 p.m..
but any man who fails to attend
this meeting or fails to contact
. one of us will be ineligible to
rush or pledge any of Carolina's
24 social fraternities."
administrative and student gov
Of Health Plan
Ray Jefferies. assistant to the
Dean of Student Affairs, has is
sued a reminder to students in
terested in insurance.
He said that anyone interested
in the sickness, accident and
health plan offered by Chamblee
i Insurance Agency of Raleigh
should come bv his office in South
Building to pick up a claim fr
have answered any questions con
cerning the policy.
The plan is available to single
students for S13 for one year and
to married students for S14.
Adlai Address Gaining Statewide Attention
t do with bridg? lessons, dance
I-ons, billiards instruction.
GMAB recreation, talent shows
and th- Hod and Gun Field Day.
Tli' film series and drama com-
mltU is responsible for the Petite! du"ion (musical).
Dramitlques, film series and . . The music committee sponsors
other dramatic productions. j the Petit? Musicales. folk singing.
The forum committee works ja? music, barber shop harmony
wth faculty, administration, towns-! and popular and classical music
people and discussion groups. j pr-erams.
Weekend combos, dances in. The last committee, the
Cool) basement and free juke box, films committee, sponsors
The N. C. Citizens Committee for
licttcr Schools' state educational
rally will sponsor the 10:30 a.m.
address in Memorial Hall on the
Chairman Holt McPherson, of
Ilich Point, said today that in-
free quiries have come from all over
free the state, especially from super-
th Bndeoui Room' flick to students in Carroll Hall, iutcudents who are bringing school
board members and local better The full program will bo broad
.,hni. -nmmittM-mrn to hear the I cast over WUNC-TV and WPTF
OV I VVI O l-V" v,, 1
Stevenson, who is chairman of
the Advisory board of Encyclopedia
address and Gov. Hodges'
tion from 11-11:3.) a.m.
Members of the Council of State. st.-Mons. WFMY-TV
Hip Rnard of Education, the Board will broadcast live
of Higher Education and the spon
soring committee, together with a
number of other officials and
friends of Gov. Stevenson, will have
seats on the platform.
Gov. Luther H. Hodges will handle
the introduction and be a guest,
along with Gov. Stevenson, at a
breakfast University President Wil
liam C. Friday is giving at the
Carolina Inn for members of the
FM. feeding a statewide hookup of Brittanica Films. Inc.. comes under
sponsorship of the State committee
because of his interest in educa-
introduc- ' tional advancement. He says that
Edward Carwile LeRoy, a junior,
in the University of North Caro-!
Una's School of Medicine, has been
elected a regional vice president
; of the Student American Medical
Association, th? world's largest'
and most active student medical
LeRoy, 24. will direct SAMA ;
, chapter activities at Duke. Bow
man Gray, Emory. Meharry and
Gov. Stevenson will be interview
ed at a press conference in Ger
rard Hall at 11:45 a.m. After lunch
eon at the Morehead Planetarium
he will attend the Carolina-Clem-son
football game. He will spend
the night as a houscguest of Gov.
Hodges at the executive mansion
f.fer ye.rs of familiarity with pub- the Universities of North Carolina,,
lie questions, he has found the de- ; South Carolina, Georgia. Florida.
ficiencies in education a most ser- Miami, Tennessee, Alabama,
ious and urgent concern. Mississippi.
"I am convinced." he told the
committee, "the need for greater!
public understanding of the tools ; Anvone interested in modelling
; by which I foresee a major break- th' ratp ()f $1 ppr hour is asked
j through into a new era of teach- i to calj tne Art Department office,
,ing." 12S01. -
IN THE INFIRMARY
Students in the infirmary yes
Miss Elizabeth Bain Hinton.
Miss Elizabeth Howell. Edward
Ilnrrinston Jennings. David D.
Olson. James Milton Read. Jo
seph Skinner. Joseph Pleasant.
John R-bert Turner. Paxon Bid
dulph Glenn. Awal Mohamad
Hamad. Ronald Clark MacMil
lian. Marshall Emery Daniel Jr..
James McPherson Erevitt Sr..
John Charles Brooks. Jessie
Douglas Canton. Bill Tom Jones,
Robert Vernon. Fulk. Robert
Graham Peebles, and John Jen
Activities scheduled for Gra
h?m Memorial tomorrow are:
Election Board. Grail Room,
4:30-5:30 pm.; Pan Hellenic. Rol
and Parker 1 and 2. 12:45-3:30-5
pm.; Jehovah's Witnesses. Rol
and Parker 1, 8-9 p.m.