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VOL. LXV NO. 34
Complete oft Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1957
Offices in Graham Memorial
FOUR PAGES THIS ISSUE
I'l c u II
Friil. i in
v until the niht of
Hop whu It w ill be
Woollen Gniu after
,u !i hnvs's dorm ami fraternity
I,, s In vn ;isked by GMAR and
l'iue's,tv Chit), t -((-sponsors i'l
liomeciciun weekend, to nomin
a candidate lor tin' (Jucen.
Tl court of tin will he picked by
a panel ot i judges this Thurs
da at I p m in Cirrrard Hall. The
r,a:i:e- ol the ten linahsts will be
ki pt M-ci'i't until the daiu e.
At this tune they will be present
ed, and .iltcrwards those at the
I'.aue will o'e lor the Homecoming
(Jmen. uho will be presented and
rrowned at the end oi the danee.
Ti e candidates w ill be escorted
to the dam e by a member of the
dm mi or ira'ermty which is- spoii
st.nii'j In - The ipieen and her
(mat will also be nresenfed at Sat
ihiIh's va-ne. wheie they will be
( (,, ri,. ( ,,n t!i. field by members of
Si .ihli.ird and Made.
(J'nte a lew dorms and fraternities
h,ie nut vet let the committee for
tie dance know who 'heir candidate
i aecordin-., to Marv Moore Mason,
co-chairman ol the Horn -com i mi
These h'aiei inties and dorms are
1 1 1 1 1 ies' ci I to inform the draham
Memorial Inlormation otfiee im
mediately who their candidates are.
v S I J r;:.. .T
0 sJ j.pi
"target I 1 1 j I
j ffi-t I Si
(not proportioned Y t
is the dead
NN i euesil i
line or er'nes
The follow itc; L-irls have been
nominated v,i ,ir Carol Tieslau.
I e ' a Theta I'c Caroline Osborne.
Knpp.n Alpha. Patsy Poythress.
' m nt l)..i"i Fu'h Hoffman. Joy-
ner. Ma-tha I'o'tiine. '''u Psi.
Frances DeArmnn. Chi Phi: Colo-
nrm Jenkins. Pi Kappa Alpha;
Marsha Mi Cord. Delta F)sdoii; and
P.e'ty I', ii nes S Anthony Hall.
P.esulcs the Hnmeco-mn'4 Dance,
numerous activities have been plan
red tor the weekend . There will be
a parade, containing the Homecom
ing leen candidates on Friday af
ternoon, that nmht th(re will be a
pep rally in Woollen (lyin,
On Saturday there will be numer
ous hall time activities at the came.
Atter the LNinte. there will be re
( option for FN'C alumni in Graham
SCENE OF ROD AND GUN MEET Shown above is the scene
of the third annual Rod and Gun Field Meet staged today from 1
to 5:30 p.m. at the Durham Wildlife Club Area. The event is spon
sored by the Intramural Dept. In the lewer right-hand corner is
7Rod And Gun' Event
Set For 2 P.M. Today
The third annual co-recreational cover cost of shells and birds in
Hini and Gun Field Meet will be j trap shooting. Target rifle entrant
held today at 2 p.m. at the Durham j will be charged 40c which wili
Wildlife Club Area. (cover cost of the ammunition.
Four students may compose a
Knlries are expected to exceed ,, uam -n competition. The team
the 100 mark in the popular '- j decs not have to represent any
door event sponsored by the In- j spt,cil ic organization. Entries will
hamurul Department. Archery. bo atccp.e(i at the Wildlife Area
trap shooting, target rifle shooting j unti, 2 p m.
and baitcastin" are the featured jjt.ntal School will be the defend
cvents. inf champion in team competitian.
awarded to the Clete Oakley, Sijjma Nu. will do
A plaque will be
teurn winner and individual trop
hies to the individual winners in
each of the events.
A trophy will also be jiiven to
the fishing contest. The depart
ment wil provide equipment fur
all events. The only charge w-ll
be in the trap shooting and target
A fee of S3. 25 will be charged tc
I defending "his
'A nation cannot be a nation i
without equality of rights for all, '
"six time Socialist Party Presiden- .
! tial candidate Norman Thomas said
list night before a packed house in
Carroll Hall in the first Carolina
forum speech of the year.
"I do not consider civil rights j
in any of its aspects a sectional j
oi regional issue," Thomas added. 1
lie cited cases of interracial fric
tion in such cities as New York,
Chicago, and Detroit in support of
Delving largely with the prob
lem of white-Negro conflict in his
talk, Thomas said that at an earlier
time in American history the doc
trine of "separate but equal" might
have had its place. But, he felt,
in this modern age with its climate
of opinion, this doctrine must bo
He said that he has not always
been in favor of the Supreme
Court's decisions and even at one
time in his political career spon
i sored a resolution to limit the
powers of the Court. He however,
: said that it is never right to cfutm
tion the decision of the Court, but
rather if an honest disagreement
should occur the legislative back
ground to both the Court and the
Court's action should be called in
He maintained that the Supreme
Court decision involving segrega
tion of public schools was right,
and that no individual, governor,
oi state should take it upon itseif
to override the decision. He added
that the police power of any state
is there necessarily to protect those
uhn ahide bv the law, and defend
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The Interfraternity Council yes- ,
terday announced the election of i
Jim Kimzey, representative from ;
Sigma Nu, as chairman of the IDC j
Court. Kimzey will replace Jerry ;
Oppenheimcr, who has held the
office for two and a half years.
Of Players j
BY ANN FRYE
! The UNC administration yester
! day upheld Coach Jim Tat urn's sus
j pension of three Tar Heel football
players and said he has 'jurisdic
tion to determine the consequences
ot training rule violations." I
The Chancellor said that Tatum's
responsibility is only to report any
possible violation of the Honor
; Code to the Student Government.
Tatum can recommend to the
j Scholarship Committee that the
scholarship held by the student bo
discontinued, but the final decis
i ion is up to the Committee, accord-
ing to Chancellor Aycock.
In commenting on the Cobb Dor
mitory experiment in which all
football players live in that dorm.
Chancellor Aycock said the experr
ment will be evaluated at the end
of the year and its worth will be
jr rl Kt . v i.
Around 330 members of the Uni
versity Party spent three and a half
hours last night nominating student
legislature representatives, fresh
men, and junior class officers lor
the coming election
Hemp Leffler won over Jeff Hare
and Jim Alford for the nomination
of p-esident of the junior class. For
vice-president of that class Dick
Fraiser beat Wayne Bishop. Bob
Barden. and Jim Long.
Lilla Seolt was nominated secret
ary of the junior class over Sally
Gluyas. and Betsy Brinkley. Chuck
! Cushman defeated John Lasley in
' the race of the nomination of trea
surer of the junior class.
; Defeating Lynn Armstrong and
', Tiitsy Beams, Sara Arnold won the
nomination for social chairman of
the junior class.
Russell Hollers on run-off ballot
defeated Phil Causey for the nom
ination of president of the freshman
He will present at fast -movine. 1 class. In another run-oit lorn t,vins
Chancellor Avcock said the athle" two-hour program of mental, gym-1 was nominated vlce-presidont of the
', Also announced were the elections responsibility, here falls directly i nasties that h-s both delighted and fyesbman, inbis,.j:ace against Jim
-lof-Dnmt MeCay aVCtcrk and Oar--- on"'nis shoulders. baffled audienc es throughout the Hoskins.
DR. FRANZ POLGAR
Is Here Today
Franz Polgar. internationally
known hypnotist who has thrilled
millions with his mystifying antics,
will perform his ' Fun With The
Mind"' show here tonight.
! The renowed hypnotist will be
; featured in a Memorial Hall pro
gram slated to begin at 8 p. m.
Student Government officials
rett Folger as the court representa
tive to the Student Council. McCay.
:1 Siomn chi succeeds ATO He- ; yesterday were st udying a petition
nresent ative Sandy Sanders.
Folger. Zeta Psi. -will replace Chuck
Mav of Beta Theta Pi.
title in the trap
shooting event while John Craw
ford, also a Sigma Nu. will be on
hand to (attempt to) win the target
rifle competition for the second
ear in a row.
Transportation will be provided tho puniic against those who go
for those who do not have rides. a;,ainst the law.
Anyone needing a ride is asked to Thomas added that
call the Intramural Office.
Newly elected members of the ,
Court are: Wayne Venters, Phi
G:.mma Delta, and Folger.
Outgoing chairman Oppenheimer
expressed his complete satisfaction
with the newly elected officers. "1
heartily congratulate the Court and
chairman Kimzey." he said, "and 1
1 expect great accomplishments from
and submitted to the Chancellor's Cab-
. - . - .a r
inet calling tor investigation ot
Daily Tar Heel editorial policy dur
ing the recent influenza siege here.
The petition reputedly signed
Kv onlv eiirht persons was turned
Tonight's presentation will be a
repeat performance for Polgar. who
has amazed former UNC audiences
with his versatile feats of hypnosis
and trickery which have been view
ed by literally millions of persons.
Among his frequent cuest ap
pearances are those with such rn-
er to the top administrative body din and television shows as Arthur
LONDON. Oct. 28 (AP)Soviet
communist party leaders rushed t
t, urgent conferences in Moscow '
today, informed diplomatic sources
disclosed, party Cheif Nikita Khr- ;
tishchev was reported calling the ;
signaN for announcement of a pol
itical shakeup. I
While the world speculated a-t-out
the future of Marshal Georgi
Zhukov, an important change in the
Soviet political setup was clearly
World In Brief
Activities scheduled for Graham
j Union urged the abolishment of
I the U. N.'s 12-nation disarmament
Y., Oct commission and its 5 nation sub-
23 (AP) The Soviet union pro- j committee, which has neon car.v
nosed todav that disarmament talks ing on private talks since 1954.
be switched from big power secret
I'NITF.I) NATION'S, N.
meetings to a
In a surprise move, the Soviet
Contest Will Feature
Guessing Of Yardage
A new feature of homecoming number of yards for Carolina will
thu year will be a "Ten Yards be declared the winer.
Gained" contest, sponsored by the j The $15 gift certificate will be
GM All Tournaments and Contests presented the winner after the
Committee. j game Saturday at a reception in
In this contest the person who Graham Memorial. The presenta
comes closest to guessirg the mini- , tion will be made by Nose Jones,
ber of yards gained by UNC and a cheerleader during the Charlie
Tennessee Saturday will be award- ' Justice era.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 28 .? Morton
Sobell. convicted with Ethel and
Julius Posenberg of atomic espion
age, got still another setback from
the Supreme court today in his leg"
light to get of prison.
no man in
the course of recent American his
tory has taken so much upon him
self and destroyed so much good
will for America abroad as Gov.
Orval Faubus of Arkansas.
He emoted a U. N. delegate who
said when Sputnik was launched Memorial today include:
that it was a pity that Sputnik had
to come on the heels of Little '
So great, Thomas felt, was the
effect of the showing of American
Thomas went to some length n ,
inequalities to the world. i
held in support of segregation. One
disclaim the truth of many beliefs
i such belief, he assailed, was the
; Biblical notion of God defining the
boundaries of the separate races.
He said that despite God's setting
the bounds, the Negroes made it to
America under white auspices.
The belief that intermarriage
should be a deterrent to integra-
Orientation Committee. 6:30-6:4"i
p. m. Grail Room; Debate Squad.
4-6 p. m.. Grail Room: Women's
Residence Council, 6: 40-8:43 p. m..
Grail Room; Honor System Com-
of the University during the meet
In other business before the Cab
inet. Chancelor Aycock said th.'t
no decision has been reached on
whether the football caravan week- i
ends will be continued in the fu
ture. i Student Body President Sonny
; Evans presented to the Cabinet
: three problems to be discussed at
the administrative-student levei.
1) Since the honor system of re
porting clas absence had proved
successful during the flu crisis,
Evans requested that the cut sys
tem reporting for all regular sick
flodt'rey Gary Moore. Dave Garro
way. Steve and Arlene Francis.
His personal appearance displays
a breathtaking performance of tele
pithy, memory feats and hypnosis.
thrilliiiMly presented with wit and
humor that add color to his appeal
Virgil Micrs. Dallas Times Herald
columnist, wrote about Dr. Polgar:
The show is hilariously funny
simply because it makes some of
your neighbors do the darndest
Oilier critics have said of Polgar.
"You've got to see him to believe
Tickets are or. sale at Graham
Memorial. YMCA. Carolina Inn.
I );.nziger's and at Pace's in Glen
Lennox. Student tickets are avail
able for SI.
The court rejected without com
ment a petition asking that is rev
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force doctrine ana wnai uie n wi.-s u.aU.w
felt that intermarriage womu u-i
necesarily follow, but that despite
legislation to the contrary interra
cia! unions, which were of neces
sity extra-legal and perhaps cland-
estine, had taken place.
view of his conviction.
ed a S15 gift certificate from Mil
ton's Clothing Cuboard.
Entrants in the contest have
been asked to fill out the blank
below, giving the predicted num
ber of ards for both teams and
the number of yards expected 1o
l gained by Carolina.
In case of a tie, the person who
comes closest to guessing the total
Entry blanks may be dropped in
a designated ballot box at Y-Court
or sent through the campus mail
to the GM Information Desk.
Deadline o ferntries is Friday
Chairman of the GMAB Tottrna
ments and Contests Committee is
Miss Hetty Keece of Lincolnton.
The Daily Tar Heel will hold an
important staff meeting Wednes
day at 2 p. n. All students work
ing on the newspaper now or those
interested in working on it have
been invited to attend this meeting.
.2) Evans urged consideration on
mission. 4-3:30 p. m.. Roland Parker thp qUCStjon 0f classes being re
Lounge No. 1; Yack. 1-7 p. m.. Ro- sum0f after Chirstmas on January
land Parker Lounge No. 3: Card- 2 in view of allowing traveling
board. 7-8 p. m.. Roland Parker j time f()r peopie living far away. Defa Sigma Pi's
Lounge No. 3: Orientation Commit- However, it was stated at the meet j Textile Mill
tee 6:30-7:30 p. m.. Woodhouse Con- ing tnai anv calendar adjustment
ference Room: AP0. 7:30-9:30 p. m.. would impossible, since each Members ef Delta Sigma P.. na-
APO Room. class must meet a minimum of 45 ational. business administration
.. fraternity, toured the White Oak
3) On the flu crisis. Evans said Krancli of tone -Mills, inc.. in
,u, .i;,inci f ih. nailv T;1r Greensboro last week. This trip whs
uiai iiiv ipvMim.Ti .i i..
Names of candidates running for ,nCel had not expresed the opinions the monthly professional tour of the
judicial posts in the November 12 j ?nd feelings of the Student Body, fraternity.
campus elections must be turned in On the pprogress of the parking A group of .30 fraternity members
a.., c..i f ,1,,. Flection Board lor near Kenan Stadium, J. A. Bra- was shown through cotton ware-
.iwq,..,.,..,, c.overnment offices ' nch. business manager, told th? houses and through all stages in the cn,paign co-ordinator for the party.
Memorial by midnight Cabinet he expecien u imSiu
finished in late November.
CANDIDATES NAMES DI E
Runm'nsr for the nrnimation of
secretary of the freshman class.
David Griper defeated Joseph Tosii
in a run-off.
The first run off for the nominn
!:cn of the treasurer of the freshman
class ended in a tie between Angus
Duff and Woody Fordham. On the
r.ext ballot Fordham defeated Dull.
Pankie Council win the nomination
for social cairm in of the freshman
cless by acclamation.
For a six months sea; in Dorm
Men's IV Charlie Gray was nom
inated by acclamation as was Dee
Donnorummo for a six months seat
in Dorm Men s HI.
Kent Walker was nominated by
acclamation for a year seat in
Dorm Men's IV.
When Chuck Ross withdrew from,
the race for the nomination of mem
bers to fill six one year seats in
Town Men's I. Dave Biren. Blake
LaMar. Chuck Cushman. Graham
Clay'or. Tim Stevens, and Charlie
Huntington were nominated by ac
clamation. For the nomination to a one year
seat in Town Men"s II Craven
Brewer defeated Bob Burge.
Jerry Oppenheimer. Ed Levy. Ben
Levy, and Jerry Blumenthal were
nminated by acclamation to one
year sats in Town Men s III. For
two six months seats in this district
no nomination was rc-ade.
For a one year seat in Town
Men's IV 'Victory Village' Fred
Harris by a show of hands was
nominated over Bill Williams.
For the coming campaign John
Minter has been appointed publici'y
chairman for UP. and Jerry Jones.
UP vice-chairman, will serve as
process of turning raw cotton into
the finished product.
HE 'TALKED WITH THE LORD'
fnllc HnmP Alter Landina In Bermuda
TOTAL YARDS CONTEST
Total Yds. Gained By Both Teams
Total Yds. Gained By Carolina
I Hcrmnd.i todav. said he
i causing so much anxiety, which in
I eluded a w idespread search during
ibis 11 davs at sea in a motorboat.
Men's Council Room on the ; llc said )C planned to fly back to
Memorial, j the States Wednesday by way 01
The 28-year-old West, sounding
fit and cheerful to radio associates
who cot the call, said that but for a
urged to appear before the board j brokon feodline he could have made
for endorsement. The board will ! the voyage on his own "standing on
meet from 2 p. m. until 3:30 p. m. j my head."
. . . ,, , i. ua i-lo- a in n niK'nrc Unit locked Ills steeiinj;
mopviifah CITY N C Dct. ne saia ne nan s.nfi. "" , c.1..ri1c
MUMMu-AiJ cu 1, -s. 1 ... .. ... ... ;, . -t.w.i Hut managed to set stretches
v tw ioekev Melvin West who with the Lord" as the experimental , searcn somy uu ui u.r ............
..T-D.se jockey . .., 5 I a k, its initial Navigation, he said .was by radio of four and five hours of sleep by
t i. mimen noro n i''"b -
The Bipartisan Selection Board
will nifet todav and tomorrow in
second floor of Graham
All men students interested in run-
ing for either Men's Honor Council
seats or Students Council seats, are
40-hour schedule for the oiw-mues
from here to Bemnda.
West praised the Coast Guard
for effective search methods and
really doing a wonderful job."
He gave these details of the trip:
The first night out, extremely
heavv rains forced him to dump
triangulation based on a radio signal dropping a sea anchor.
from here that guided him, for 400 SUnburn.
was very tired and sore, but a good
meal aboard the cutter Rockaway
The fuel line accident came just
before he was sighted Sunday.
Winds of up to 40 miles an hour
caused a gas can to break loose
and smash his main tank fuel line. ;
fresh water and use its container j West said 35 gallons of gas were
hf hailed a ; lost, but lie continued nanu pi o..-
to bail. The reason
freighter Oct. 21 four days after
setting out was to get water and
ing methods to keep going.
The young father of three children
said he got sleep mostly by dozing
When the cutter arrived at Ber
muda. West said, some 5K persons
plus newsmen, were waiting on the
He commented the trip was "sur
prisingly easy" and comfortable,
though pretty rough at times."
IN THE INFIRMARY
Students in the infirmary yes
Misses Ann Rigins. Nancy
Greene. Mary Bradley. Carol
Goldman. Norma Merchant. Alice
Kent. Alice Wahmaim, Nan' y
Cleveland. Dorothy Howell, and
Messrs Robert Noble. Richard
Lee. Emery Burkhart. John Clare.
John B. Lewis. William Bunch.
Michael Detitsch, James Mac
donald. Clayton Dean. William
Bailey. Thutmose II. Lawrence
Miller James Tyndall. Ilirmnn
States. Lloyd Lohr. Harcourt Mor
gan. Robert Stanton. Kenneth
Brimmer, Ronald Koes. Robert
Barnwell. Edward Faulkner. Ro
land Evans, Luke Forrest, and