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VOL. LXV NO. 54
Complete Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1957
Offices in Graham Memorial
SIX PAGES THIS ISSUUE
By DAVIS YOUNG
The Intcrdormitnry Council met
list night under the direction oi
I "resident Tom Walters and heard
him read two letters, one from
the President of the Independent
Dormitory Council nt Duke and
one from Dr. Hcdgpeth of the
The letter from Duke was writ
len by Tony Turner and stated:
"In lieu of the forthcoming Uni
versity of North Carolina Duke
football anie. I am writing to ak
for the cooperation of the inde
pendents at Carolina.
"In the past there has been an
excellent record in regard to the
lack of destruction of property
and other acts of vandalism o.i
the part of both schools. and
am honing the situation will
main the ame this year.
"There has been a tradition of
trons rivalry between Duke and
1'NC in all facets of university
lifo. hut especially in the field of
Let everyone ret behind his
team and ;:ivc Ihem the cheerin
snd hacking that is so much a
part of the same, but let us allow
the came to be played on the field
in the traditional hard, clean
A second letter was read from
If'-dgocth thanking the IDC f r
a Irttrr written bv them, which
recently appeared in the Dailv Tar
Hedgpeth said. "The senti
ment which you expressed w"i
7-av annreriated by all the In
firmary Staff, and I assure vmi
thit it will ahvavs he our rff rt
fo do the verv best mc can for !
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HOUSE AWARD Newly-installed president of the Dialectic Sen
ate Girard Boudreau is shown as he received the Robert B. House
Award Tuesday night for the Di at the Di inauguration in New West.
Ex-Chancellor House is pictured presenting the trophy, which was
donated by the Council of Forensics in honor of House and is to be
presented annually to the winner of the Di-Phi debate. (Norm Kan
Sunday Times Praises
N.C. Research Triangle
student bodv. It s nice
know that it is appref rated. "
A twenty-pa? magazine - type
cction of Sunday's Nrw Yor!
Times was (lev ted to the indus'
rial i. pportunities in North Car
olina. In consideration of the advant
ages for industries in the stale.
Section 10 of th? Times nam?d the
olna's secret weapon
expand in industries.
This Research Triangle has
, ( I its points 1 cutcd h.re at
Ahn at the myelin" a romolaint I ' .Research Taian'le" as North Car
inr Fivn 1 olna's secret weapon to beckon
To Deny 'Deal7
Vr;nk Crowbc- linked Monday
willi a '.li'ioe" cnansrd i" r-citu-.i
in tbo vecHll election for
h p.l.torsliip of Tt'e Droly T--r
tteet. ye-terdy joined V;ill- Kuralt
in tl'-n; in the charges.
Crowther sa'-d. "I have never
spoken to Itule in my lile. I have
hac not precipitated any barcain
through Wfdly Kuralt or though
any oilier a-ent."
Crowther s;,rl if n is ooess;iry .
hr would cldly no before the Honor '
Cf.uncil for an investigation. "I will
not allow myself to be put in any
posilion where I can be used for j
barjaininc." he declared.
The former Daily Tar Heel s'nl'fer ,
jaid his position in the recall was;
simply tht he favored it. He- f.dded
thnt he Ivdieved students art Just
seeking the best man to replace the
"I believe they have found this
man in Dou Kisclc." Crowther
Hp said lie planned to help
F.isele's campaign, ' but I do so
Ihroujh n obligation cither on my
part or on the p,-rt of Mr. Kiselc."
"The only clique of which I am a
member is the UNC student body."
The other two arc at
e and Duke Universi-
The Triangle, considered one of
ih? nation's most important in
lustrial resources, involves more
than 830 research scientists and
nore than seven millron dollars.
This concentration of research
people and facilities in the Triangle
's one of several in th-e nation.1.
but is unique in the South. j
Here at Carolna, the main con
icntratior.s in the Ilesearch Tri
:,nl? are in the fields of the social
and natural sciences, mathematics
md mathematical statistics.
Covcm r Hodges, in Sundays
By ED ROWLAND
Wally Kuralt, initiator of the rc
call election for the editorship of
the Daily Tar Heel and who Tues
day was linked with a clique ask-
The "former Student Party
leader" mentioned in Wednes
day's Daily Tar Heel was former
party Chairman Jim Holmes of
Washington, D. C, it was re
Former Chairman Holmes was
quoted in the story as saying
that SP leaders and former lead
ers a small clique within the
party including Tom Lambeth,
former SP chairman and cur
rent Graham Memorial director;
Joel Fleishman, former SP
chairman and current University
law studerit; student body Pres
ident Sonny Evans; Jonathan
Yardley, editorship candidate
Barry Winston's campaign man
ager, and others met Tuesday
morning to endorse Doug Eisel
and encourage the withdrawal
of Barry Winston from the edi
Winston has since withdrawn
and Eisele has officially entered
Eisele, who denied that he
was connected with the clique,
admitted that he had met at the
home of James Wallace, former
SP leader and current facwltv
member, at approximately 1
way with Rule, Winston, Eisele oc j
Paul Rule stated Tuesday that !
Kuralt visited him (Rule) in his
room and promised the withdraw-
il of Winston from the race if
oit oiunii, ridim viuwiutl
and others were namd to tho
In a statement issued yesterday,
Rule said: "I reaffirm mv state
ment as given to the Daily Tar
Heel Tuesday." He added that
harlie Sloan had told him over
the telephone vesterdav that he
Sloan) had no pre-knowledje of
See Kuralt Page Five)
SI' Chairman Whit WhUtiuld
vesterdav denied that there had
been any political collusion in con
nection with the end rsement ol
Don- Ivs:lc as a candidal- U
oppose Kditur Neil Buss and can
didate I'aul Hiile in the recall elec
tion lor editor of the Daily Tar
Whitfield declared that "cery
thin was pen and above board.'
that there had been r.o ' rendezv
ous" at faculty member Jimmy
Wallace's home following Monday
i night's Student Tarty meeting and
' that no decisions had been reach
' ed after the SP meeting.
ing favors from Paul Rule, denied
'the charges today.
"I have attempted to make no
i election 'deal' with Mr. Rule, nor
I Times, pointed to the advantages : with anyone else." Kuralt said n
of V.': Research Triangle for m- ( a statement issued ycstcrciaj. nc
dustries in urging new and ex- added that he was connected in no
panding industries to investigate
North Carolina for possible lo
cations ol their plants.
In the oast, must of the re-
The following activities are
scheduled for Graham Memorial
High School Honor System,
54 p.m.. Grail Room; Student
Council, 7-11 P.m., Grail Room;
Symposium, 2-3 P m., Roland
ParVer Lounge 1; Rules Com
mittte. 4 5 p.m., Roland Parker
1; University Club, 7-8:30 p.m.,
Roland ParVer Lounge 1; Un
vtnity Party Caucus, 7-8:30
pm, Roland Parker Lounge 5:
Jtudtnt Party Caucus, f 7-7:30
pm., Roland PtrVtr Lounge 3;
Ctrman Club, 2-3 P.m., Wood
htvii Conference Room; Young
Htpublicans Club, 7:30-8:30 p.m.,
Woodhouse Conference Room;
Tri lota, 1:30-11 p.m.. Wood
house Conference Room; Worn
n's Honor Council, 6:45-10 p m ,
Csuncil Room; Bridge Lesions,
7 30 p.m. Rendezvous Room.
"The decisions made at the SI'
meeting were the only decisions
made." he said.
Earlier, a news story in the
Daily Tar Heel charged that a
meeting took place at Wallace's
house following the SP meeting.
The story said that a former Stu
dent Party official had divulged
this information but had requested
thnt his name not be used.
' Whitfield said the endorsement
1 of Eisele had come following a
decision by the party that they
j could not support any of the can-
didates then in the race.
"Thev did not feel obligate!
to support Rule, Bass or Winston,"
he said, "but desired a candidate
of their own choosing."
Also denying the report was
Craham Memorial Director Tom
Lambeth, who was reported to
have been at the alleged meet
ing. "The .1' legations appearing a
ainst me in yei'crdviy's Ittiily
Tar Heel are completely untrue,"
-earth and service necessities ot
industry have been borrowed from
other parts of the nation.
With the Research Triangle in
North Carolina, the present eco
nomic situation of the South as
a wh.de is expected to benefit, as
well as this state.
Serving as a liason between the
three institutions and industry
..mi Government is the Governors
Research Triangle Committee, Inc. !
Director of this committee is;
OUT l V :
Dr George L. Simpson. uu ;
leave lrom UNC Dr. Simpsvn is a;
professor in the Department of
Suciologv and Research and an;
associate in the Institute for Re-
search in Social Science. j
Offices for the governors cum-1
mittee will so:n be located m a
newly - acquired 5-000 acre Re
search Triangle Park, three miles
from the Raleigh-Durham Airport.
Land in the Park will also be
available to industries.
Experts have hailed the Re
search Triangle as "a wedding of
basic and applied research.
The Student Legislature will j
meet tonight at 7:30 on the top
floor of New East.
One bill "to establish the North
Carolina State Student Legisla
ture Delegation of UNC as an in
dependent organization with its of
tho Student Legisla-
ficers and members subject to the
tu re," will probably be debated
The Ways and Means Committee
' will make a report on the bill.
John Brooks (SIM introduced!
the bill. "I don't think that th?
i bill should be very controversial.
I It is in keeping with all other
i statutes fir organization of this
! nature." he commented.
; Appointments made by Speaker
Don Furtado to the ways anu
means committee, the finance com
mittee, and the rules committee
will be announced
Paul Rule, candidate for editor
of the Daily Tar Heel, challenged
Editor Neil Bass and candida'c
Doug Eisele to a verbal duel in!
Carroll Hall Monday night, Rule j
said he felt this debate was neces-1
sary since Eisele had announced!
his candidacy after the threcAvay ;
debate among candidates Bass,
Winston and Rule last Monday.
Eisele. however, refused the
! challenge, "f don't care to become
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invoivcu in any ucuaa-, jic aaiu.
He added that he would be glad
to talk with any individual or
campus group but said he did
"not want to involve" himself in
any "verbal contest" with the
other two candidates.
Meanwhile. Editor Neil Bass ex
pressed surprise at Eisele's re
fusal and said he "enthusiastically
accepted" Rule's challenge. He
added that recent developments
"almost necessitated" another de
bate. Since I am primarily interested
in .seeing that the student body
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WHICH ONE IS THE QUEEN? On of these young ladies has been chosen queen of the "Beat
Dook' parade Friday; however, her identity will no) be made public until parade time. Candidates who
were entertained Tuesday night at -the Pika House, at which time the queen was selected, are, left
to right, first rew: Nancy , Adams, Cecile Martin, Charlotte Pope, Loretta Clark, Jo Ann Sowers, Betty
Lou Brown, Lila Scott, Gail Minnich and Pat Wilson. Second row, left to right, Barbara Honey, Linda
Fisher; Nan Shaeffer, Coleman Jenkins, Ruth Hoffman, Nancy fAcFadden, Kay Wrenn, Josie Ward an
Le Jackson. : ' W tNorm Kantor lhoo
109 Lovelies To Vie Tonight
For Yack Beautv Queen Title
Furtado said he knew
special business to come
has the opportunity to hear a'l
.sides of the recall issue," he said.
"I should most definitely like to
accept the challenge of candidate
Rule said that he was challeng
ing the remaining two candidates
to the debate "in order that the
recall election may be brought
.squarely before the voters and
removed from political cliques."
Riilo sn??ei5tpd that the discus-
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sion be held at 7:30 on election
eve and said he would be glad to
meet with the other candidates
to set rules of procedure and to
choose an impartial moderator.
"I feel that this meeting would
enable voters to hear all is-stie.s
1 thoroughly discussed and ask what-
of ' no ever questions they desire preceed-
hpfnre'in? the important campus elec-t
I lion',' he said.
GMAB Committee Conducts
Poll Of Students' Opinions
HKNDKHSON. Nov. 20. W-A
county-wide search is being con-
.......... I hv no CC in MCCKicnoui
County. Va.. for a Raleigh
tauraoi . ,u
found abandoned last nigm u
John H. Kerr cam.
Virginia officers are sv.
.. t,nntf.ris who rTf'ruui
lor oua j"
left Raleigh yesterday on a
ness trip. ,
By MAKY I.E(;(1ETT BROWNING
...11 .f ii rlcnt oninion on
current questions of campus and
general interest has been circul
ated by the GMAIi I'oiis com
mittee. According to chairman John B.
Mack" Lewis Jr., 300 copies of
the eight-question poll have bcenj
sent to students chosen at com
plete random from the student re
gister. When the results of the poll are
compiled, the committee will be
able to publish for the students
an impartial concensus of the
campus on these questions
Stevenson appear on
a oolitical address
.sponsorship of the
J-orum? (Th? Carolina
Questions for the poll arc chosen
lrom thess suggested by organiza
tions on campus and by the mem
bers of the committee.
the student-financed organization
which brings such speakers to
Would vou like for the Daily
Tar Heel to carry "Peanuts" even
if it means dropping "Lil Abncr
Would you favor a change m
the editorship of the Daily Tar
n'vnn Kmr.ke? If so, what brand
do 'you smoke most frequently?
Do you think an additional so
rority would be beneficial to the
Would you like to see Adlai j UNC campus,'
Th nn nersnns chosen to be
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polled have been sent a copy of
the questions and a letter lrom
the committee explaining the pur
pose of the poll and the procedure
to be followed in returning the
questionaire to the committee.
TU nriont mpmhprs of the
111, . W ..!- . ...
Pells Committee are: Jack Lewis,
chairman, Janet Cobbs, Harold
Dunnagan, Roger Foushec, Ann
Harvy, Herb Hawkins, David Mat
thews, David Munlay and F. V.
By PATSY M1LLF.K
One hundred and nine Carolina
coeds will be presented to judges
and a UNC audience tbie eve
ning in competition for placement
in the Yack Beauty Court. Out of
that number, one will be chosen
queen and 14 other women will com
prise her court.
Judges for the occasion impose an
impressive list: Miss Elaine Hern
rinn Miss North Carolina of 1!K8;
Harvey Humphrey. Lt.. United j
States Navy, tmd Lawrence Wof- ;
ford, chief Photographer of the '
Raleigh ievs and onsencr.
Master of ceremonies is Ty Boyd.
of radio station WHCL. Boyd will
introduce each of the contestants to
music furnished by the Rill Bycrs
Quartet. The contest will be held
tonight at 7:30 o'clock in Memorial
Late permission has been granted
jointly by the Women's Residence
Council and the Office of the Dean
of Women to fill coeds either parti
cipating or attending the contest if
it should last past 11 p. m.
However, this is not a campus
wide granting of late permission,
and those not attending the contest
will not be allowed to stay out
past 11. All women have been re
minded to return to their dormitor
ies or houses immediately upon the
A list of the beauty court con
testants and their sponsors are as
Joanne Aldridge. Sigma Phi
Epsilon; Jo Ann Atkins. Carr Dormi
tory; Judy Acker, Chi Psi; Sara (
Arnold, Alpha Delta Pi: Mary Ann
Allsbrook, Phi Delta Theta; Sally
Armfield, Chi Omega: Lynn Arm
strong, Kappa Delta, Nancy Adams.
Pi Beta Phi; Jane Brock Chi Phi:
Norma Basnight. Tri Delt; Carrie
Malvina Baker, Lambda Chi Alpha:
Joan Brooks. Pi Beta. Phi; Dottie
Bull, Kappa Sigma; Julia Ann Cra
ter, Tri Delt;
Courtney Crowder. Smith Dormi
tory; Sylvia Crumpler, Chi Omega:
Margorie Crane, Alpha Gamma
Delta: Lynn Courtney. Kappa Delta;
Mary K. Carothers, Pi Beta Phi;
Panky Conncll, Pi Beta Phi; Mary
Cable Caiian, St. Anthony Hall;
Virginia Peyton Devon. Phi Kappa
Dormitory: Frances Do .Vmon
Sigma Phi Ep.Mion: Nanoy I Davis.
i; Tiotn Plii' Anit;i I.oins i'r(b
St Anthonv Hall: Glonda'owler
Zeta Beta T.ui;
Martha Fortune. Chi Psi: Linda
Fisher. Siu'nia Phi Ensilon; Joyce i
Elaine Funai. Steele Dormitory;
Camille Cvico. poiuum Dormi- :
By RUTH WHITLEY
The contestants for the Pika
"Beat Dook" Queen honored Toes
day night at a dinner party at the
Judges Jimmy Capps of WPTF
and Mrs. Kay K ser selec ted the
queen and her court of six. Their
decision will be announced id
The "Beat Dook" parade, spon
sored annually by Pi Kappa Alpha
N.iy: Dormitory: Elizabeth French
Crayson. Lambda Chi Alpha; Judy
liuTii. Kenan Dormitory; Dorcne
Creenfield. Kappa Sigma; Sally
Ch'vas. Pi K ppa Alpha: Betty
Hobsoii. Nurses; Nina Hopkins.
Alder nan Dormiiory ; Helen Beat
rive Hunger. Lambda Chi Alpha:
Barbara Honey. K;qpa Delia: Jane
llaile. K-ppa Delta: Marion Hays.
Aipha Delta Pi; Ruth lion man.
Arnold Air Society: Beverly Kess
j lor. Alpha Gamma Delta: Joan Kay
lor. Kappa A'.pha: AUcne Kei'li.
Sigma Nn : Hannah Kirby. Old
Eas; Mary Ann Keith. Sigma N;i:
riivllis KralTt. Aloha Tan Onega.
Diana Ruth Johnson. Lambda Chi
Loo Jackson. Alpha Gamma
Delta: Coleman Jenkins. Sigma No;
Evelyn Leon: rd. Chi Psi; Cecile
Martin. Carr Dormitory; Gail Min
nich. eta Beta Tan; Bobbie Madi
son. Chi Psi; Ann Martin. Phi
Delta Theta: Ann Morgan. Grimes
Dormitory; Ann Morgan. Alpha Tan
Omega; Barbara Moore. Kapp.i
Delta; Mary Monro Mason. Alexand
er Dormitory: Ann Miller. Everett
Dormitory; Anne Elizabeth Macfie.
Lambda Chi Alpha; Mania Mo-
social fraternity, will form on thole,,,-,! Kappa Delta: Alyce McLimkI.
Raleigh Road in front of Woollen J Alpha Delta Pi: Eve McClatchey.
Gym at J p. m. Friday. j Smith -Evergreen House;
According to Dick Robinson, par- j Elizabeth Miller, St . An'hony ILdl ;
i-.do chairman. 30 floats prepared by ; j Ann McClinock. Independent
men and women's dorms. Iratorni- ! Women; Carolyn Myers. Spencer
ties and sororities. will bo in tho I Dormitory ; Sara Jane Nicholson,
parade, in addition to the bands ' phi C.jmn-a Delta: Libby Nicholson,
and two drill squads. Tho UNC Alpha Delta Pi; Carolina Osborne,
cheerleaders will also participate. Kappa Alpha; Dot Pressly. Alpha
A feature of the parade will be the ;
A pep rally will be held at t':4")
p. in. Friday on the East side of
Woollen Gym. Football Coach Jim
Tatum and Captain Buddy Payne
will speak. The cheerleaders and
cardboard department will perform.
An informal "Beat Dook" dance,
sponsored jointly by GMAB and tho
University Club, will bo hold from
j.'Ml p. m. Friday in Woollen Gym
Ventriloquist Oliver Bloomer and
his dummy. Jimmy Roscoe. will
provide entertainment. Master of
Ceremonies will be Ken Callender.
Presentation of four trophies for
the winning tloates in tho Pika
"Beat Dook" parade will be made
Jane Davis. AJderman Uy the Pika queen at the dance.
Delta Pi: Owen Pendegrapli. Mc
her Dormitory; Clair 'ikc, Alex
ander Dormitory ;
Carolyn Placak. Pi RoLt Phi.
(See Beauties Page Five)
IN THE INFIRMARY
Students in the infirmary yes
Miss Marian Martin and Her
bert Rattay. David Carr. John
Reynolds. George Morrison. John
Ashford. Paul Walter. Gcor;je
Schroeder, Jimmy Almond. Mal
colm Campbell. Richard Vjuigh".
Jacques ( room. Robert Preble.
James Anderson. CI aw mm Wil
liams and John Burress, .