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VOL. I. XV. NO. SO
Complete 'JPi Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1957
Offices in Graham Memorial
SIX PAGES THIS ISSUE
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WASHINGTON Oct 2.1 T - Herbert
I'.rtmiu !l Jr. resigned today as L'. S
r.'iMi!i in K i sc iilu iv cr ;.('Ci'p cd ,
I! ' re Mgn.it ion and the Wlii e House
s t .t Ki .rnhi'W er i r i t -1 m I 'o na nc
Ixputy Atty. C.n William P.
Liners lo the cahini't post.
No (I. lie ,v;is for In- eh urge.
i '.lit it apparently will take plaee
in : l)r' a fortnight, in compliance
w l i U-OM n K s w iOiev
The Winie Ho :sc . ; t i 1 1 F.rowncll
U ins to i.tuni to private law
!'! it ! w,th lie In in lie lei't when
le joined 'he cabinet nearly fie
' ar ago This is tie New York
T'y In n of I.did. !ay anil Lord.
P.ro-i m l! p'.uis t serv e as counsel
to tin' firm rather than as a partnei.
l ei a. s n K'ial rest rit t ions on
f H irer "o err mei t ofh i' Is cngag
in , in practice involving gnvern-
Jtrow 'ii.-ll not oi,l ;is Eiscil
bower's thief legal ami in the
gown nent hu! also on (f the
thief ec i t j c's top poli.'ical ;k!
v isers. l( ni nr i;ed the Eiscn-ho-(
c.io'p dgn for the Presidency
in t'iv;. ris (t l us the losing c," ii
I'M, us of former New York Gov.
T'o nas !".. Dowry in PHI ;md l'.ll,".
Ttip h i o been recurrent reports
ii' recent week r: of them nfficial
! ('eincd in il i od i --t hat Rrown-Il
v .i ;ilni''' to ! r 1 1 of 'it (' ih'net
emotes before 'e rcsigtri-
t'oii v,;i annoinii't'tl at the Wliito
House. 1,'ep ('oiler 'DNY' an
roru cd .it tie e.-ipitol li he IkmI
h i cm ed adv anee word from Mrow
r H li ' he w ;is quitting.
In i's announcement the White
fix -r s.i ill Hi'ow iieM'.t resignation
li id lieen im-U-r discussion for some
noted a lagging respon.se
' ' ; V
SvVEETHEART Pretty Sue
Jane Seagle, above, a junior at
Woman's College from Lincoln
tm, has been named "Sweetheart
of Mangum Dorm." Selected
frcm among nine entries, she
will be the guest of honor at
future Mangum social functions.
She is th? ddughter of Mrs. Con
ni Sag'e, Lincclnon.
Cn Four Bills
Doan Gives Report
All of fl'r Ai n flu vmrlw reee
e oil lv m t 'n.Tny t iiuio
on l.e.li'ilo I, a,ii'i( ' i-s. and n
v . ( i'M' h 's liccn (omikI iin.it i t'it-
i i .i r i"
i i i i
inlc ma' I' ll w a , t on'amed
, . , .,, ,..( , '! a -v ! 1 ' i d
Dr. in o! Student Atlairs
( ii olii-r . 5. i
ii tee w e. e reeee- ed. all ti a
,. !. ,1. em l I'V Ot tins nuin-
I n :i iIom" '-vei e turned o el
,,-h C.irolin.t Mem. ul, d llospit
,,,,( 2." Ml doses were in. id''
.-, .ul ili'"' to stiideniH.
li e to.;d in iii'i' r of 'udfhts lie
, n tied as 1. 1 )i toiler 2-1 w as t.12
..( i or.ini2 t' th report.
I I t is It MIWT
In and folds roiitimir lo play
h.iM.t- with fliliiH of Ihr t nm
nmnilv Ihev ronliiitK in rpi
Sixty nine vtndentH were re
iiillrtl ahs.nt at IlilUlmrn lliv'li
vthol yvt-rtl;t. the lowest niim
l.tr in over a week. The absentee
IVt. as spokesman rrporlert.
fi'iirr had reat lul as h i '4 1
'Mi H'tdon! l.e'':s':itu-e will eo
nveno tonight at 7:30 in Phi Hall
on the t ip floor ( f :v East tor
til tlrnl tncet'iv,' this year.
The following bills are expected
' ' ori n the lloor tonight for
Tom I.on's (SIM hi'l to stu.iv
"Iiolicies .surr'U'idMiL t!io office
of ed t r of the student ik". spapcr
at otli'-r col'.c -j".,."
Al Alphin's (SIM bill -rcqir.,stin4
that "r campus stores committee
;'x:im!ne carefully t!ie reasons fef
the h;,jh p'ices charged students
by the I'Ns" Ilook Kxchan.ue."
Pat Adams' (SP) bill "to establ
ish a committee to study Lenoir
Hall." ant! Al Goldsmiths (UP)
y appropriate funds ($1000) to
the Carolina Symposium." i
The first throe bill. have one
to the Arfs and uteuiis oomuult ee.
wliii-li will moot at 4 pm tetlay
in the ('.rail P.oom t.f r.rahain
The last hill is benv considered
b th finance coinmittee. which
w 11 m-et at 4 p.m. toda in the
iiodiioa-e P on ol (IM
Th. committees will present
!h se bilU to the legislature, wiil
renin l.ivorabi or unfa orahiy
mi th'ni and -Ail', suui'st changes
in the bilU or their prefaces.
I ai.le supplies of Asian ilu vaccine'
! and called on students here to
"lake full advantage" of shots
; now bein offered.
' In the final analysis, said Dr.
K. M. Hcd-peih. student response
to current accine clinivs could!
avert a major outbreak . ol the ;
dread disease on the I'.XC cam
At the same time. Dr. IIe:l;;p?th
made tnese announcements in ttu
wake of a siill iinitk'iit it itd flu
epidemic which continued to loose
its grip hove Wednesday:
1. All physical education classes
and inl rinmral activities will b.''
r"sumcd beginning next .Monday.
2. An additional supply of 1.000
Asian flu vaccim dose was re
ceived here Wednesday morning!
Dr. Iledgpeth said the new sup
ply "ives tin infirmary sufficient
vaccine to ijvi ' i'c 1 "'"i -'
dents, free of charge, only for the
It will be distributed ajain I'.i
d:iv niuht between the hi it's of
T 'K) and fl a() o'clock, lie said.
n.iN ;l fj. :;i-)riip' jpir 42 students
treVi'd to the infirmary Tuesday
niht for shots administered then.
!esnons'e stil remained far short
of university expectations.
Meanwhile, however, the il i
siege showed a continuing de
cline here. Infirmary officials sai l
112 persons were treated by 4 p.m.
Wednesday and some 0 patients
remained at the infirmary.
jv n n n n n n
ill .: I
- i .V V: ' I'.'-g'SL Pj
Plan To Pay Counselors
And Increase Authority
Fails By Narrow Margin
acMillan, Ike Begin Talks
On Red Challenge To World
Meeting Tuesday night, the Di
alectic Senate passed by a vote of
3-2 a bill condemning the Eisen
hower Administration for letting
I he Russians defeat the United
States in the satellite race.
Senator Frederic Wolfer intro
duced the bill and said that Eisen
hower's administration had been
lagging in the satellite program.
Senator Gary Greer, speaking
for the negative side, said the
United States Navy was compe
tent to carry out the program and
that our satellite would gather
more information than the Rus
Claiming we had lost a psychol
ogical advantage with the nations
: which are on the borderline bo
tween the United States and Ru-
1 sia. Senator Pat Adams spoke hi-
11 L IlldUVCIJ ..
By Davis Young
The Interdormitory Council de
feated a resolution calling for th
re-organization cf the dormitory
advisory system las night by a
vote of 18-13.
The resolution had b?en introd
uced the previous week by Student
Body President Sonny Evans and
Student Body Attorney General
The resolution had stated: All
d:rmitory advisors are to be paid
at the rate of $1,000 per year:
these dormitory advisors shall be
required to take a lighter acade
mic load; and these advisors will
be required to spend 15-20 hours
a week in their rooms counseling
It went on to state: The advisor
shall be charged with the responsi
bility of giving out the keys to the
rooms and in keeping quiet hours;
They shall have the power to ask
a resident to leave a dorm, ( who
shall in turn have the power of ap
. peal tc the IDC Court; and that
the advisor shall exercise his power
; only when the dorm officers show
Tv Associated Press average
(in storks ained R0. el -sing
SlfSKTO This was the biggest
Juniors, grad students and
first, second and third-year med
ical students may have their
pictures taken through Friday,
Oct. 25, for a late charge of $1.
ROTC and ROTC sponsors,
German Club members, dentis
try students and dental hygen
ists, and dance committee mem
bers are regularly scheduled
through this Friday. Pictures
will be taken in the basement of
Graham Memorial from 1 to
Talk On Civil Rights
Planned Here Monday
s,( i -i.ilisi Norman Tliemas
tic I'M' t'.' r n p ' is next Monday to
,!,,(, iss tiil rights in connection
. it t s. torei ni policy and pom- !
Inn iii the world.
Sponsored by ll.e Carolina I'oriiin. !
Tloin is will speak in Carroll Hall
;,l P m. '
The I onrn speaker has been a
s time candidate for the Prcsi- ,
tt in y on the Socialist ticket.
... ii ii..... i
A Socialist since worm ai i
rhooias bee. ine a n.f nber of the
,),irty bet ause he believ ed it was the
Mily orania ion "realist ically
fifing 'he problems of war and the
l.eetl lor economic change."
His Socialist activities following
the war included free speech fights
mmI strir'ules 'ii support of Hu
ri ;lts of the wurke'-s to ortfani.c.
During World War II Thomas
foe-lit lor a peace based on the
(.operation of tree peoples and re
j,i ion both of engeance and im
His campaign" since that time
have been lor world disarmament,
vtith international control and in
spection, and against both "get
tough'" imperialism and appeaso-
r,ent of Russia.
Thomas is curciitly a columnist
for he .Mirror Enterprise Syndicate
a l.ov Vi'.'olos and is the author of
several books and pamphlets
A reception will be h"ld in Gra
ham Memorial immediately follow
ing his lecture.
I Uxw rrt ml ' i - av .
dav advance since N". 13. 92.
w hen the gam was SH 10
The estimate of increase in the
quoted value of stocks is based
on '.he gain in the AP average.
In crowded brokerage houses
throughout the linancial d. strict
m.ny market analysts and custo
mers attributed the resurgence in
thg market to president Eisen
hower's statement last night he
v uld give talks on the national
I'm- and awav the dominating fac
tor." me broker said, adding. "The
-market was ready to rally any
The hugh rise also was attribut
ed to technical factors involved
in an expected rebound from an
oversold c ndition. Stocks have
been declining since mid-July and
yesterday reached the lowest
levey in 2l- years.
Whatever the can-, brokers
reported buying orders came vir
tually from everywhere, including
the mutual funds 'and financial
institutions which are a major
factor in the modern stock market.
Some brokers felt Eisenhower's
statement last night w;s reas
suring to f: reign investors who
have sold American stocks in re
' cent weeks, and particularly since
: Russia's Sputnik was started whirl-
' . . I. i u
; ing annum ine eai m.
' American Telephone am
graph, verv weak earlis this week,
j jumped $3.50 to $16.60. Eukens
J steel gained $10.50 and Du Pon:
Other big gainers included Gulf
o l no So. 12; International Paper.
! on s4 r0. Renublic steel
I Chrvsi r, up S4.37;
! ;4 2.v. Goodvear. up $4 25; Inter
I national Nnckel. up $3.37;
! Southern Pacific, up $2.62.
ew York. Oct. 23
skyrocketing stock market made its
! biggest one day advance in 28 year-
today as buyin
WASHINGTON i.T President E
s'nhowcr and Prime Mnister Mac
millan today opened a three-day
conference on joint moves to meet
Russia's scientific and diplomatic
challenge to the free world.
Witbie. minutes aTter the Hrit
isb leader arrived by plane. Eisen
hower telephoned him at the Brit
ish Embassy for a brief chat on
the problems they will tackle.
'I hey arranged to being formal
discussions at the While Hons"
this evening with a full comple
ment of foreign polity and scien
1 it ic ;id Uers to assist them.
P.. ah nvn uer.. reported conli
dent Ihev could forge a new P.nt
i-h'Ameriean partnership to spt'ii
no the free world's drive to over
take I.iissia's missiles and satellite
Macmillati began preliminary
talks with Secre'ary of Stale
Dulles promptly after arriving by
special r-laiie alter an overnight
flight from London.
Dulles talked with him for "0
minutes at the embassy and ar-
Senator Andy Canoutas said he ( XDC representative, Clarence
the United States Simpson, was the main opponent to
but all had lost too much ot a psychologi- t.be passage o the bilt. He rose
leal advantage and that the , biaH-r- at the first ot the mseting o say.
nualltv at tVio u. S. utcim&Jwould "ll,th hlU . men
McmU.n uld .hi. I nP"- l"". . " WntwiiP for R, ..' oarlinp.s,-. .h, ..h Horn, rirfpnt will be
ranged to renew the talks during volve "not just two nations, not
the afternoon in advance of the just the United Slates and the did not, think
full-fledged discussion with Eisen- Commonwealth nations,
hnwrr tree nations.
o--riwu M.cmu.n h.' Ma,MiMan compensate
chief aim was to "improve our
triciuiship and extent! cooperation
between our two countries in all
fields and there are many."
Maenullan, who sported a red
carnation in his buttonhole, and
Dulles stressed that the interests
of the 13 other Atlantic pact al
lies would be k'-pt in mind during
To reenforce this. Eisenhower
arranged to meet Friday wi'h
Paul-Henri Spaak, secretary-general
of the North Atlantic TreaW
Organization who is visiting the
Spaak also is to be kept in
formed during the meeting, in
formants said, to ease fears
other allied countries that an ex
elusive Rritisli-Ainerican partner
ship deal was in the making.
Dulles poinledlv noted that the
Eisenhew er-Macmillan talks
rVfrv sitrn mat Doin niac-vnuaii
and Eisenhower were thinking J Senator Rudolph Albert is spoke
chiefly in terms of sharing atomic- jn favor 0f the bill. Senator Gerry
hydrogen and military secrets be- Roudreau condemned the Eisn
tween their two nations. j hower Administration for its slow
Such a British-American part- ness.
nership, it was felt, would operaie
on behalf ot all tree nations aim (
with less chance that secret data J
might leak out than if the infor-
IIOISE. AYCOCK OX TV
spread among several
Scientists In Dither
Over Sputnik's Course
mat nm were
Eisenhower was reported con
sidering a request to congress lor .
bread permission to exchange
secret data with NATO countries
with the understanding that he
would decide how much informa
tion to give to each.
British informants sought to
minimize the scientific phase of
the discussions with the assertion
that added cooperation in this
field has been virtually assured by
Eisenhower's remarks during
Queen Elizabeth's visit here.
At that time. Eisenhower toast
e ' ttto Oueen and called for a mo
bili'at ion of f'o world scientific,
economic and diplomatic resources
! to offset the Russian threat.
Former Chancellor Robert B.
Ho"se f"nd newlv-inaugurated Chan
cellor William B. Aycock will be
featured on th" first progi-m in
the fall series of "Ideas" on WUXC
TV .Channel 4. Thursday at 9:.,0
p. m. The Chancellors will discuss
The Role of the University."
up $4 62:
ig ord'grs swept mi"
wall street from all sections of the
Major stocks jumped SI to 10 a
share and the quoted value of all
st aiks listed on the New York
stoik exchange boomed an estim
ated $7 .2(H) .000.000.
Sputnik is as unpredictable as
a woman. Alter nearly three
ks ol observing Hie kussium-
a . i 1 1 i . 1 1" is s e i 1 1 1 s hi
the few things about it of
which F. S. scientists are sure.
According to T p.y .lenzano. dir-
! y n eheail 1'ianeiai mm.
"electronic brains mow
loses wh.-n presented with data
concerning the orbit of the erratic
mamnade moon. '1 he only way
of deterin'ming its orbit yet found.
In said is t approximate Sput
nik's path thruigh the use of data:
eblained by means of visual oil
Sho'-tly alter the Russian moon
'vms launched, .lenzano wrote to
the Naval Research Laboratory re
questing Sputnik's timetable. Since
the visuall-.-ocored data is so in
accurate, however, no such time
table has been received.
.Iena:i believes, though, that
g en a long enough pcried of time
V. S. scientists wil be able to as
semble sufficient information to
en able then to establish a rough
ti.iv;:inn cautioned amateur
"mo n watchers" that even
such a timetable they will
"Even under the most favorable
conditions." he said, "it will appear
ii.: brighter than the faintest star."
Sputnik's rocket, however, will
be as bright as a star of the first
magnitude. .lenzano said. (First
magnitude stars are the brightest).
The rocket precedes Sputnik in its
orbit by about 30 minutes and is
gradually increasing this lead.
Those interested in observing th
Soviet satellite will have a good
deal of time to do so. according
to .lenzano. He explained that U. S.
scientists calculate that Sputnik
may continue its travels for over
a year. Th" proposed V. S. satel
lite, which will he launched into
more dense atmosphere, is expect
ed stay up for at least a year, he
has been reported throwing Sput
nik off its orbit. He said this force
may be nothing more than the
gravitational pull of the earth.
He pointed cut that one of the
primary functions of the U. S. sat
ellite will be to determine the ex
act size and shape of our world.
Variations in the shape of our
1 unev:nly shaped globe may well
account lor variations in Sputnik's
"flight pattern." he said.
It is by
The Dean of Women's
will begin interviewing all
graduate women today.
Information obtained from these
interviews will be added to per
sonnel! folders on each student.
Freshmen and transfers will be
the subjects of interviews during
this semester. Second semester, m
terviews will be held with seniors.
Conducting the interviews will
be Miss l.uanne Thornton and
Miss Martha Decker.
Students will be notified by
mail of the time and date of these
WASHINGTON Federal Dis
trict Judge F. Dickinson Letts
ruled todav that teamsters union
bosses conspired to rig their re
cent union convention. He issued
a preliminary injunction agains:
President-elect James R. Hofla's
taking office, but refused to put
the union in receivership.
Letts said he hopes for early
trial on the basic charges in the
case that II off a and other team
sters leaders handpicked delegates
to the Miami convention so as to
throw the balloting to Tloffa.
The preliminary injunction
which he signed will remain in
effect until such a trial.
that each dorm r?
taken by-the haml and led toward
"If a student wants counseling
it i very possible for him to get
it under the present system. The
offices in South Building and Gra
ham Memorial are always open.'
AyctK-k Dormitory President Cliff
Mann stated that he thought the
plan had many merits and that the
thought behind it was -good. He
st;::ed that the resolution Ir-ul
awakened the dorm leaders to their
responsibilities. He agreed with
of those present at the meeting, that
the bill was however, in many ways
n slam at the IDC.
IDC Vice President Bob Carter
was the chief supporter of the bill.
He expressed the opinion that stu
dents have P. Me respect for one
another. He called for the start
of a radi ion of study in the tlorms.
but felt that if the IDC could handle
the problem, that there was no need
for the bill's passage.
IDC President Tom Walters gave
the following statement to the DTH
at the conclusion of the meeting. "I
was surprised at the vt'e. but think
that it is important th;t the IDC
' Y els that it can handle its ow n problems.
"We have appointed a comniit'ee
to ltiok into dorm conditions and I
am confident we can handle tne
situation. I would like to thank
Sonny Evans and Sonny HaiHord for
their sincere efforts to work in con
ic.nction with the IDC."
World In Brief
WASHINGTON V An execu
tive of one of the nation's biggest
baking companies lashed out at
the Senate rackets investigating
committee today, accusing it of
airing "slanderous and unwar
ranted" insinuations against his
George Faunce Jr., vice presi
dent of the Continental Baking
Co.. testified before the commit
! tee shortly after Chairman Mc-
VIENNA i.P The Hungarian
people marked the first anniver
sary of their anti-Soviet revolt to
dav in sullen silence under the
guns of police.
The Communist government of
Premier Janos Kadar warned them
would be crushed. He had nine
Russian army divisions to back
Repcrtsf rom Budapest said the
day was drab and rainy as Hun
garians trudged to work or to
mediation offer and in effect ac
cusing the U. S. Navy of sending
planes deep over Syria.
Maj. Gen. Afif Bizry. army chief
of staff. said reconnaissance
planes fly almost daily over the
city tif Horns, midway between
Damascus and the Turkish frontier.
means of these orbital Clellan (D-Ark) said there is "per-
... .. .. i . ..r rrU I ii si nr."
II S. scientists tectiy piain eii'.cm.. -...-.-
i..., -wivMneeH a theory
l.llU.IW "... . . , ( ll, 1 -5
strange force" that hope to determine more aoom ...- uc.vu.
dimensions of the earth, he acuieu
dilticultv in s
ihting the satellite.
and the baKery worKers union.
Turkev Kept Boiling
DAMASCUS i Syria kept th
Turkish issue boiling today, giving
a formal rejection to King Saud's
Aid To Tito
WASHINGTON r The State
Department disclosed officially to
day that "We are reappraising'"
United States programs of eco
nomic and military aid for Com
From other sources it wa
learned that a tentative decision
(See BRIEFS, Poge 5)