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VOL. LXV NO. 41
Complete Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1957
Offices in Graham Memorial
FOUR PAGES THIS ISSUE
1 111 ' 1,11 V
I , It
11. in fur full Germans con
i crt ami lormnl dance tin Friday,
l,ac been announced by Mark
Chci i y of Mt, Olive, German Club
The eiMicert will begin at 3:.T0 in
Memorial Hall, and the dance will
! held tnmi it p. in till midnight in
Woollen Gymnasium, j
Mumc will he furnished by Lcs
I kai l and bis 1G piece dance band.
Highlight of very Germans dance ',
presentation of the German Club :
lepi'esematives ami their dates in a !
Sponsoring lor the club otlicers
will u Miss Ginny Oavvson of Snow
Hill tor President Cherry, who re
presents phi Delta Thcta Iraternity.
Mi-, Sister Maddux of Greensboro
li t Vice-President. John McKee of
Mi.r.iiUiin. eta Psi; Miss Lilia
Scott ot Shrcveport. La., for See
leiarv. Thad S Bostie of Forest
City. Kappa Alplii. and Miss Sara
Williamson of Darlington, S ('., for
Ireasuicr . Kelly M.incss Jr. of
( 'i ei iis!)oro, Beta Thcta Pi.
Twelve other sponsors have Ix-en
aiiiioiiiu ed Joan Brooks of Greens
tao tin Sam Yancey of Marion,
Alpha lau Omega; Catherine Cline intramural Department representa
oi (harh.tte lor .John U. Craw ford ; , IV1S ari, n)Mlhmin
it Salisbury. Sigma Nu: Suie Don-
LAST YEAR'S CARNIVAL UNC students are shown above participating in activities during last
year's Co-recreaticnal Sports Carnival. The 11th annual event will be held November 14 in Woollen
To Receive Could Objects Be
Donations j Interplanetary?
Campaign coordination and fi
nances were main topics of busi-
WASHfNGTON, Nov. 5 - A
brilliant mystery object was report-
ness at last night's meeting of the j ed sighted today in southern skies
SET NOVEMBER 14
Carnival Plans Being Made
Preparations ;o e being made for I carnival should be submitted to the mural Department staff.
aM of Nassau. Bahama, for Charlie
PiMman of Columbia. S. C. Phi
DelM Thru; Anita L. Kdvvards of
fialeu-h. for William II. Taylor of
Xhenlen St. Anthony Mall.
Ian. la Fh nn of Salisbury, for W'al
l.uv fl.vlrr of Salisbury, Kappa
AIpli.i. siian Helms of .Monroe fori
George v. Wray Jr. of Charlotte.
Kappa Siama: Kay Afungravr of j
I rxinctn f,r Bob Timberlake of I
l.rxin 1r.t. Siwna CM; Ciimlyn '
Mvn s i.t HaW-ciH tor Hoh Stew art
o Mi.inii l l.i . Pi Kappa Alpha
Vimi Noiton of Atlanta. ('.: . for
i.u. W Nisl,. t of Charlotte. Beta
'lie'. i I'i Stuart Prram of Ashe-,
Vi'.'e .m Sni'h I'.radluM o Ashe
v ilie I'l l Gamma Delta. Anne Ste
v. lit Pm kney ol ltuhmond, V.i .
lor .lull. m Tut ker Baker Jr. of
l5a!euh. eta Jsi, and Linda Lou
Weaver ! St I.oiys, Mo for Dave
I'ox of St. Louis. Siuma Alpha
I psih hi ,
the eleventh annual Co-recreation ; Intramural or the W'AA office by
Sports Carnival set for 0:4." p. m.. p. m. Thursday.
November 14. in Woollen Gym. ; The carnival program will offer
Women's Athletic Assocation and numerous sports activities, carnival
; games and novel relays. F.ach team
their ellorts for w ill consist of six mi n ;md six vvo-
the event. men. Participants will be paired by
Trophies will be awarded to the
individual winners. Plaques will go
to the men's and women's groups
compiling the most points.
Last year about 223 students parti
cipated in the carnival. The two
athletic groups expect a larger turn-
A total of $65 was voted to be
donated to the Carolina Symposi
um and to the Chapel Hill Empty
UP members voed to contribute
$50 to the Symposium and $15 to
the Empty Stocking Fund.
Speaking on behalf of contribu
tion to the Symposium Al Gold
smith explained that the proposed
Symposium budget for this year's
nrosram ranged between $5,000
$6,000. Goldsmith said that ap
proximately $2,400 had been rais
ed so far.
secret military installations in the
The Air Force said the radar net
work of the Air Defense Command
by a Coast Guard cutter, even as
Air Force specialists investigated a ! is keeping watch so far with no
Kntries for participation in the drawing from a hat by the Intra- out for this year's event.
flurry of earlier, similar reports.
The nation's leading investigator
of aerial phenomena immediately
said that "it looks as though they
(the objects) are interplanetary."
The Coast Guard Cutter Sebago.
cruising in the Gulf of Mexico about
200 miles south of Louisiana, radioed
that an object resembling "a bril
liant planet with a high rate of
speed" was seen for about three sec
ond at 5:21 a. m. (CSTi.
j Coast Guard Headquarters in New
j Orleans said the message did not I
results and that specially qualified
investigators have been assigned iu
look into the reports
By' ANN FRYE
U5C administration officials
yesterday announced plans for a
major, S2 million housing project
for married students at the .University.
Still incomplete plans call for
For several years the Air Force construction of 26 two-story build
ings on a site just east of Vic
tory Village which will include
has checked all reports of unidenti
fied flying objects. Investigators
work under tie Air Defense Com- 208 one and two-bedroom apart
mand at Colorado Spring, Colo., menls-
Air Twhnir.Qt uiNC business .Manager j.
and report to the
Branch said each apartment will
Judging from past findings, the U1 - mum, uuuen,
bathroom and one or two bedrooms.
chances are 50-1 the Air Force will
offer a humdrum explanation for
the current sightings. '
During the first half of this year,
Jerry Jones, UP vice-chairman ; cutter had seen the object,
and fall campaign coordinator, The Sebago's message said the ob
spoke to the group on general jeet was tracked on the vessel's
World In Brief
RICHMOND, Vj., Nov, 5. t . The 1.120-pound Soviet satellite.
Democrat J. Lindsay Almond carrying along a little dog called
Jr. today won ofoction at oovar- Laika on its orbit of the, earthy
nor of .Virginia vndtr fho Byrri I my- he visihle Wur'lng three swift
orqaniialion banner of mattivo I passes overhead beginning at 5
ratittanc to racial integration I a m. F.ST.
in tha public school. The signal to begin optical
tracking was sent out from the
N. C. Flu Deaths Smithsonian Astrophysical Obscrv-
' atorv at l a bridge. Mass. At the
PvAI.KlGll. Nov. 5. i.-F Ihv
Nov. 21 Set
For UN Trip
I NC will again go to the U. N
this year when the V lias its annual
L'nited Nations seminar trip to New
The seminar will last from Nov
21 2.1. and students will leave UNC
in cars to go on the trip. The ap
pioximate cost for the trip, room
and meals is $ ID. Any interested
student who wants to lake his car
on the trip has been urged to do so
will be paid for most of the ga
Purpose of the seminar, according
to .lean Pierce lioissavit, publicitv
hait man for the trip, is threefold
to get more information about th
tnechancis and procedure of th
l N . to iMt the U. N. delegations
mc the I'. N in action and to riis
cuss First-hand information about
(intent international affairs.
The committee for the trip, head
ed by l.d ( row, plans to have
pi'i'iiinant speakers talk to the
M fiiiu ir urouu. o have a tour
around New York City on one of tin
ulteiniH'iK and to have an orienta
tion, program Monday before th
M'tmnar fur the people going on tlx
death of two persons in Chatham
J County of complications resulting
from Asian flu was reported by
the State l'.oard of Health today,
i They were the first two deaths
;to be attributed to the current flu
iipidemic which continued to rage
' in the state unabated,
j Dr. Fred Foard, head of the
health board's Division of Epi
demiology, reported that a com
pletion of estimates made by
county health officers gave a to
tal of 145,732 cases of "influenza
like" disease in the state last
same time the observatory pre
dicted that Sputnik I. launched
into space by the Russians Oct. 4.
will make a fiery plunge to earth
Is Yack Judge
Miss North Carolina of 1933, Miss
Elaine Herndon, wilt be one of three
to Judge the WK Ynrkety- Yack
beauty contest to be held in Mem
orial Hall at 7:30 p. in. on Thursday.
F.ach contestant will be introduced
to the audience and the judges by
master of ceremonies. Ty Boyd, of
radio station Wild-. Music will be
provided by the Hill Hyers Quartet.
I.t. Harvey 1 himphory. Supply
('orps, l'nited States Navy; and
Lawrence Wofford. chief photogra
pher for the Kaleigh News and Ob
, serv er, will help Miss Herndon in
the judging. Wofford was on the pan
el of Judges for the Mis North Caro
lina Contest in i;."". and Humphrey
has also judged similar events.
plans for the Nov. 12 election.
He said that campaign head
ouarters would be announced i.i
the Daily Tar Heel within the next
few days. Jones stated that the
headquarters would be located in
Graham Memorial and urged can
didates to make use of the room.
In speaking to the candidates
Jones said he could not -"stress too,
much Retting out and meeting the
Candidates were reminded to
turn in their expense accounts by
6 p.m. Monday to the Student
who on board the ! the Air Force said- onJy 19 r
cent of the 2o0 reported sightings of
flying saucers and other fantastic
areial objects have wound up in the !
"unknown" category. j
And: the' Air Force - said firmly
though not all flying saucer buffs j
may agree that it doesn't believe
radar screen for 27 minutes and
that, during that period, the object
flitted on and off the screen several
Sightings of strange objects have
been reported from widely scatter
ed sections of the United States
since Sunday, most of them near
even the . 1.9 per cent residue is
things you read
Branch said the problem in con
nection with these apartments is
to construct as many apartments
as possible .and make each roomy
enough for comfortable living.
A report from the Housing of
fice yesterday said about 200 mar
ried couples are on the waiting
list for apartments.
In the construction of the new
i apartments, Branch said the Unt
iversity must comply with specif i-
up lire uiuigs juu ictu QC ,,.,. f;- f-n.
about. in .science fiction magazines. he Federal Housine and Home
Ballons. aircraft and such astro- Finance Agency (HHTA).
namical sights . as , meteorites and Umveritv will sell revenue
bright stars aceount-at least to the ',bonds tn the HHFA to finance con
Air Force's offieiaJ satisfaet
almost four-fifths of the sightings. The University will rent, main-The-director
of a: private organ iza-! fain and , operate the apartments
Hon set up to investigate flying , when they're comDieted.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 5. W A
labor consultant and a teamsters
union official invoLP-d the Fifth
mendment more than 100 times
today and refused to tell Senate
rackets probers whether they
made under-the-table deals to ease
the labor troubles of Michigan
The i consultant, George Katn
now of Farmington, Mich.,
vouldn't say whether he lavished
'fil.000 on union bosses in 1954
nd 1955 and charged it to firms
hat hired his services. Reading
Yom a slip of paper, the sweating
vitness invoked the Fifth Amend
nent Tfi times.
Frank Kierdorf. business agent
if teamster Iocal 332 in Flint,
Mich., rolled up more than 40
Fifth Amendment pleas againct
oossible self incrimination in re
vising to talk about his relations
WASHINGTON, Nov. 2 (AD
Sen. MeClellan (D-Ark) said to
day the Senate rackets investiga
tion has shown a need for tougher
laws to punish union busting tac
tics by employers and their agents. Because of the lack of entrants
MeClellan heads the special Sen- the final deadline has been extend- Goldsmith spoke on legislative ac
ate Committee now deep in an in- j ed to Wesdnesday. Nov. 13. Entry tjon jie sai( he f elt the UP had
UP Chairman Harry Braxton
asked for suggestions from the
party members for a party plat
form for the coming election.
Braxton said he passed out paper
for suggestions and received a
"bunch of 'bull.' They were just
Braxton announced that the UP
executive committee will draw up
the party platform.
Under committee reports.
vestigation f alleged anti-union j blanks may be secured in the Yack
deals between Nathan W. Sheffcr-1 office in the basement of Graham
man of Chicago and a variety of Memorial.
'used their 29-21 majority well
The Fourth Annual DUkathon. a
foot race from the post office in
Chapel Hill to the post office in
Durham, sponsored by Delta Upsilon
Fraternity, will be held on Saturday,
Nov. 16 at 1:30 p. m. The crowning
of a DUkathon Queen will again be
an added attraction.
Any student with an "A" medical
rating is eligible to enter the Du
kathon. Those interested in entering the
rpce have been asked to call 9-1301
i or send a post card to Jim Menzel,
j Dukathon Committee Chairman,
Delta Upsilon House.
Each men's dorm and fraternity
has been asked to send a repre
sentative to a meeting at the D. U
saucers and such said he couldn't
evaluate at this point' the current
rash of reported sightings.
But retired Marine Maj. Donald
E. Key hoe. director of the Nationd
Investigations Committee on Aerial
Phenomena, added that the reported I
objects may be something from an
Five representatives of the UNC
School of Education will be in
Asheville Tuesday and Wednesday
attending the annual meeting of
the North Carolina Principals As
The five areGuy B. Phillips and
The site for the proposed new
anartmont huildincrs was approved
ihis fall bv both the faculty Build
ings and Grounds Committee and
the University Trustees Buildings
The revenue bonds will be paid
ever a 40 year period.
Branch would not speculate on
when construction might get un
derway. Rent far the apartments
has not been determined.
Branch said grading work is al- '
most completed on the parking lot
near Kenan Stadium, and curb and
gutter work is now underway. He
said gravel will be put on the lot
as soon as the present work is far
Ackland Museum, on Columhii
Speaking of past legislative ac- House 0n Nov. 12 at 8 p. m. At ! Carl Brown, professors of educa- Street opposite the First Baptist
tion Goldsmith said that money j this time detaiis of tne Dukathon
The senator told newsmen the
testimony has shown up anti-union
practices that "certainly are to be
appropriated to the wiU 5e expiained
.See WORLD BRIEFS Page 3 j nek Court
The following activities are
scheduled for Graham Memorial
Pan Hellenic, 5 5 30 pm, Grail
Room; Ways ami Means Commit
tee. 4 5 p m , Grail Room; Sym
posium, 4 5 30 p m., Roland Parker
Lounge 1; Jehovah's Witnesses,
7 30 8 30 p.m.. Roland Parker
Lour.ge 1; Symposium. 4-5:30 p.m.,
U. S. Satellite
NEW YORK. Nov. 5. W The
Mutual Broadcasting Sysftm said
today it had been reliably inform
ed that the United States would
launch its first satellite next week.
The network, in a coast-to-coast
radio broadcast, said its Philadel
phia news bureau had been in
fromed of the launching by a
leaning sciontfst. described as
an expert on insects.
The Ladies League for Democratic
Action, an Okinavvan version of a
political pressure group, is part of
the current production of the Caro
lina Playmakers-' "Teahouse of the
This current three-performance
run will begin in Memorial Hall,
Friday, November 15. Five girls
from four different states' head the
Miss Barbara Battle, of Miami,
Fla . is the staunch president of the
Ladies League, whose efforts to
wards the democratic ideal center
upon lipstick, perfume and bobby
i no last tvme .Miss liattie was
Contestants must be present for a , focen
. , l. 1 1l'..,l I.,.. IV..,. on "7 ' . i l
ieoeu.s.u ,veu,,v . ,w. . . Symposlum, the Tarnation aeoi Each girl's dorm and sorority has
p. m. Every coed is eligible except , had been cleared up and the con- bcpn askpd to sponsor a candidate
those who were on the U,)7 ackety troversial trash can issue had been for Dukathon Queen
; defeated. candidates lor queen are urged
j On Nov. 12 the polls will open send a small snapshot for the
from Q a m until R D.m. As renort- 1 election posters to Jim Menzel by
Dr. James T. Proctor, assistant I cd in Monday night's required ov- 8-
professor of psychiatry at the UNC 1 candidates meeting, candidates I The campus wide election for the
Medical School, has been elected to w,n be responsible for seeing Dukathon Quen will be held on Nov.
a regional chairmanship in the j that none of their literature is j 14. The crowning will take place
American Association of Psvchiatric i within 50 feet of the polls when on Nov. 16 just before the race
! 1 ,
Clinics for Children. i the polls are open. begins.
GETS REGIONAL POST
tion; John Chase, assistant profes- j Church, is 88 per cent near com-
sor; Richard C. Wilson, graduate j nletion. according to the UNC
student; and William H. Wagoner, business manager.
associate secretary of the N. C.
School Boards Association.
PROFESSORS TO MEET
Prof. Fritz Machlup of Johns
Hopkins University will address
the UNC chapter of the American
Association of University Profes
sors today at 7:30 p.m. in the fac
ulty lounge of the Morehead
SAUCERS, SPUTNIK, AND EGGS
Carolinans Report Strange Flying Objects'
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
"That great inverted bowl" that
Omar Khayyam called the sky, has
been filled to overflowing with
strange objects, according to re
ports from areas that include not
only the Western emptiness but
also the Carolinas.
News that the U. S. Air Force
WASHINGTON. Nov. 5.
Roland Parker Lounge 2; Petite j More than 100 American moon
Dramalique, 7 11 p.m., Roland watch teams were alerted today to
lar r Lounge 3: Traffic Commit- man their telescopes for a pre
tee, 4 5 p.m., Woodhouse Confer-.dawn appearance of Sputnik II to
rtu e Room. morrow.
nlnns In investigate renorts of
seen on the Playmakers stage, she briiant hoverinS lights seen near
appeared in another oriental role. ; government installations in New
that of the old Japanese woman of cXiCn and other Western areas
"Stranger in the Land", l a(,f,od credibilitv ,0 sightings of
The other members of the Ladies simUar f)bjpcts -n the CaroVinas.
i,oaguc are r.oun innricns, oi xev
ork, N .Y.; Ann Harvey, Shef
field. Ala. Hope Spargar. Scars
dale, N. Y.; and Frances Bell, Dan
"Teahouse of the August Moon"
w ill play November 15-17 in Mcm-
The objects were seen in the
two-state area at various times,
from last Wednesday night to
One of the early Carolinas re
ports included the coincidence of
a stalling automobile. Such occur-
orial Hall. Tickets are available rcnces were mentioned prominenl
from the Business Office of the ( ly in st0rics from Texas.
Carolina Playmakers, 214 Abernethy Irs. Barbara Jean Stos of
Hall, and Ledbetter-Pickard. All . j .nmherton said she was driving tion is given bv Mr. and Mrs. Harl
.seats are reserved at $1.50. I with her husband and another cou-1 ston Adams of near Charleston,
pie last Thursday evening when
ill four saw an object about 200
feet long in the sky. She relate 1
'hat the object "raised straight up.
hen flamed," and that their auto
Two fishermen near McColl. S.
C, said they saw a dark object
about the size of an automobile
hovering over the pond last Wed
nesday night. Bowden Tyler and
Buddy Jacobs told Tyler's brother-in-law.
Gene Granger of McColl.
that the thing was about 70 feet
off the ground and had an engine
lhat sounded like a diesel.
What Frank Fenwick of Green
ville, S. C, reportedly saw resem
bled a rocket and trailed black-
smoke and flame. He declared that
he spotted it yesterday as it trav
elled southward and disappeared j
beyond the horizon.
Even more colorful a descrip
To his left he suddenly noticed
an object "about one foot across,
just above the horizon, tha
flowed more brilliantly than the
sun." He added that it sank out f
sight and left a trail of light lik.3
"I've seen planes drop flares,
the Northern lights, and the battle
of Okinawa," Blackburn said. "But
that thing knocks me for more of
a loop than anything I've ever
No one had a ready explanation
for the sightings in the Carolinas.
But one caller at the Columbia.
S. C, Record identified himself as
a former Texan and said there
was no mystery about the light.
seen out there.
"They're seen all over Texas
but only at night," drawled the
Salem, employe of a Charlotte j caller. "I ve seen em up xo zov
construction company, said he feet long.
was driving along U.S. 29 near "That, partner, was a Texas
Concord about 6:30 a.m. Monday. firefly."
who reported they saw something
about 4 a.m. yesterday. Mrs
Adams, who said her husband
woke her to stare at the strange
object, declared it looked likje "an
overstuffed worm with two long
feelers sticking from its head; or
like a huge fotball with antennae."
She said it had a bright reddish
color and moved slowly. There
was no evidence of flaming, she
Bill Hemby of near Weddington
said his dog's barking waked him
at about 4 a.m. Monday. Looking
outside, he said, he saw a red ob
ject "like an airplane on fire, but
bigger." Running outside the
house he observed the thing, at a
relatively low altitude, travel
across the western sky.
A. W. Blackburn of Winston
The Museum will be headquar
ters for the Art Department with
racilities for studios and exhibi- -tion
Bran-ch said that construction oT
the threee men's dormitories near
Kenan Stadium' and the addition
to Spencer women's dorm is com
;ns along cn schedule.
The dorms and Spencpr addition
tre expected to be finished by
otember J.58. The dnrms ar
38 per cent near completion, and
1he Soencer addition is 45 per cent
IKI TMP INPIRMARY
Students in th infirmary yes
Misses Annie Cofield, Mary
Alvs Voorhees, Margaret Evans,
Robbie Martin, Sara Van Weyk,
Sarah Nicholson, Susan Donald,,
Elizabeth McCord, Virginia Cars
well, Betty Doughtery, Sue Don
isthorpe, and Mrs. Joan Wise.
Messrs. Ken Bemmer, Edward
Graham, John Gibson, Charles
Graham, George Boss, Thomas
Hoilman, Charles Ross, Law
rence Bryson, James Summey,
Oscar Anderson, George Schro
eder, Georae Hodges, J. P. Tim
berlake, WiUiam Parker, Mi
chael Nerbaum, Robert Pebbles,
Yehia Bessouky, Emit DeCantis,
Jack Lineberger, John Owens,
Wadie Mikhial, Bruce Berryhill,
Rupert Eavis, Sellers Crist, Paul
Walter, James Miller, Ralph Ma
son, Oren Manninq, Russell Bos
tie, Gerald Kilpatrick, Jack
Welsch, Hugh Toland.