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VOL. LXV NO. 60
Offices in GraJiam Memorial
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1957
Complete W .Wire Service
FOUR PAGES THIS iaSwc
F HI Pi C I
sii.tpincpoiu'. pa., jhc 2-
AP) Scientists today t i red up
the hug..' atomic tur.iace at thc
nation". f i tt lull-scale civil. an
nuclear pn.ur station 1.- year
to the flay since man achieved a
eluin reaction in the worlds
pioneer react r.
Initial splitting uranium at
inis at the h:toric ShippingpoU
plant rnarkrd the final major
step befrre production of cm
nierrial quant tics of electricity.
When nuclear generated elec
tricity b-gins flowing to home
shop., ;ind lact.rics in the P;!U
burjih area, it will represent the
longest forward stride yet in
America's peace-time atomic cn
Space Ship '
Ni;V YOHK. Dec. 2 - - AIM
The nation's fird manivd sna'.o I
ship could be blasting off within
f:c years. a I'. S. missile scicn- ;
tUt Said today. j
He listed this tcchnicallv po-
sible timetable for space accom
plishments: A manned space station in ti 7
First flight around the mo m in
fl 10 ears.
Kraft A. Khricke. on- of th"
top scicnti-ts working on the At
la Interrontiuental P.al'istic Mis-'
air. said; ;
"Technically we re capable of
havin; manned orbital sliders in 1
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SCENE FROM 'JUDITH' Caroline Marsh, who plays the lead
ing role m 'Judith', the initial production of Petite Dramatiques this
Saturday and Sunday is pictured as she acts out a scene from the
(Norm Kantor Photo)
Hurt In Accident
A bicycle-riding UNC instructor was in "fair condition" today
after a collision Friday with a car operated by a Duke University
Law School student.
! Dr. Richard B. Harlow of the UNC History Department was ad- j
mitted to Memorial Hospital about 10 p.m. Friday with a fractured
knee, fractured sk"!I, contusions and bruises.
At the time of the accident. Dr. Barlow was riding his bicycle cn
Cameron Avenue near the Carolina Inn. According to Dr. Barlow, the
car containing four Duke students swerved into the path of his bicycle.
The car struck Dr. Barlow, knocked him to the street, and completely
demolished the bicycle.
Although he will be forced to wear a cast on the fractured knee
or ei'jht weeks. Dr. Barlow has , ed th' accident have stated that
WASHINGTON'. Dec. 2 (AIM,
President Eisenhower presided
r n hour and 40 minutes over!
a full Cabinet mcctin? toddy ami
latT spent M minutes hitting
o!f b.ills from back terrace of
the White Itouc. While Hon.
l'r Secretary .lame I". H;mTty
The IM:tes Dra:iiati;ues pr.i
ductii.n or Jud.th --t.irri:;g Caro
l ti Mars!i. I.M.n
Mi ore. An:!io:iy V
Bachman- -will 1k
this Saturday and
!I oke. Harry
,'.lf and Arc.
Sundav at 8
l Judith, bv Jean Ciradoux. will be
the initial production of this year's
program of I'etites Dramatiques.
I),rectin- tn:s pi3y win oc -Nan-,,ias done tcevision work.
I-rai l Irom the Assyrian ;-ia;on
lh:cvu!i her sacntue lu di:-ov
.rs hc.rseif and through this learns
a new way cf life.
(arohn Marsh of Memphis,
Teiin.. a graduate student in Lnn
hs!i, will portray the title role.
In the past Miss Marh has played
S;lrmc in "Salome," Elmire in
'Trtuffe." and earlier this sea
son she played Yolande in "The
Lark." She has also modeled ana
said that there is a possibilih
that he will be abk to meet his
classes wilhin several weeks.
The police who have investigat-
icy (,rcen. graduate l-.nsiisn siu-( Jeon K;oke wij- play Joachim,
I dent from Winston Salem. Mss thc ran(i jiabbi of Israel, who
' Grern. a furmrr-i'Ja.vmakvr.. k , ,.. oa t)U her nv.ssion t )
Ihe enemy- Kookc tas receiuly
mid the rrvidnt atsu "hopes
nd .xpects" to attend th'- opn
inu of a trietin' of coimrcs-ior.-
Hg'-rtv did not dic'.o-e th"
(4( stiiMtin until ift'r plmto
;tphcrs outside the White House
f pre pu1ted an attendant t":ng
S'lf bills taek to an un- en goiter.
acted with the Uartor Ttieater, Cir
cle TheUer. Little Theater of the
Roekies. in "I'nti) 'I hc-c HiU."
nnd "Horn in tb W-st." in ad
d.tion t i her 1T Ri'na 1 w ay wot'..
the fault ol the accident appears :
t) be that of the driver of th
When the collision occurred.
Dr. Barlow wss returning home
alter having been to the movies.
Although there have bei'n ru
mors thit several UNC students
were involved in automobile acci
dents over the Thank-giving holi
days, there has been n oftica!
confirmation of this.
Inquiries made at the offices of
Student Affairs and at the In
firmary have yielded no informa
tion concerning any accidents in
volving ' students this past week
UP Sefs Mes
Tcnioht At 7
The University Party will meet at
7 p. m. tod?y in the Roland Parker ,
Lounges of GM. according to UP
"hainnan Harry Braxton. ;
The meeting is being held to elect
new party officers, according to
Braxton. Positions to be filled in
clude those of chairman, vice chair
man, secretary and treasurer.
New officers will be installed to
night and will serve during spring
N.Y. Doesn't Offer
By ED ROWLAND
Former Secretary oi the Army Kenneth C. Royall t.iri UNC law
students last night to "work hard, and if you do, luck is very liable to
hit you in the face."
Mr. Royall speke at Manning Hall in the third of the Heck Lecture
Series sponsored by the Law Students Association.
A Goldsboro native, Mr. Royall compared law practice' in small
towns with practice in New York. He is a senior partner in the New
York and Washington firm of Dwight, Royall, Harris, Koegel and Cas
key. "Practice in one of the large New York firms is very enticing to
a young lawyer, as it should be." Royall said. "There is the real big
time in law practice, and the keen competition is thrilling."
But in telling why he turned luck to step inta a New York
down offers in New Y.rk in favor firm at the t:p in 1949. "But un
cf private practice in Goldsboro j less some miracle like that hap
ai'ter graduation from the Harvard j ner.s. I would advise those just
Law School in 1917 he said,
'Three I was in closer contact
with the law. I was mv own boss.
independent, and had a variety ot !
Royall, who gained national
fame in 1942 vvlien President
Roosevelt appointed him chiei ;
counsel for the defense of nine
German saboteurs who enterea j
this country by submarine, said j
! New York practice invariably j
I forces a man .into a niche wher: '
i he will remain until e hleaves
' the firm. "This is not what a
1 young lawyer needs," he declar-
starting cut to weigh the advan
tages on both sides, make a de
cision, and stick to it," he said.
He concluded bv advising:
Take every case you can in
beginning and win 'em all. By de
tsrmination and hard work ycu can
win many more cases than yen
Thi play. '
of Judith in
the stnry f
aken from the Book
the Aprocrypha. i-
a you'i'4 Uiii elm--mi
a prophecv t' .-ae
I'M Tl'D NATIONS N . Dec
2 --(AIM- Saudi Arabia accused
France and Britain today ot en
: int an "un!v!v alliance"
I at preventing effective ', N
aci"n n both Algeria and Cy-
The venation w as mad" m i
the V,2 n dion U. N. I'oktical Com i
(See IlIltKI'S. Vtuje 3) J
An official of the British go-.
nwncrit wa i.n campus thi. pal
weekend and yesterday to slud
crt,)in pha-cs of the Un:erity.
'Ih'- British overniiKMit lio,
t i gel ideas that might be in
cluded in cilleg" and ii.ihT-i
I ics it h:is aire :dy c-tab!i b-d oi
i- planning to set up in it col
f, ii ics ( r former coloni' .s.
'I ie ofncial f:om Kiighr.d. lac
Maxwell, was rounding uj) a thrc
lt.oi.th i-nt to C ileg's .111(1 Will
wr-ities j ii t!u, icgion h-n h
( .-tine to Chap I Hid ia-t r'ridav
M;iwcll was c-pe((i inteif-i
cd in the I !n:ersj 's e.-.teiiMoi
dn iiou commuuii ;i ioi
.1 ct rn.il i sin Sclioul and
tut' (f (' Mrnmcnt.
Maxwell's cfficial I'I'e is a-
sivijMit secretary to the Inler-
nivrrsity Council f r Higher
This council is concerned with
th development of British over-j-hs
rdiieation and especially wiiii
drvclopmcnt and growth in
vnlwpics itiid f .rnier colonial ter
ritories. IN THE INFIRMARY
The . I -t i
( li,, ! Hill
1,'illCI' fll Ol
Sei k e Lea
is s'lll seekin
aiions in i's I'i'.pty Stocking Cam
Through the campaign,
i, Sen iec League liepes
( liar mail o t!:e V. iiv So
m Oiair'.e County
ir Christmas. t
'.lis. M irk Hann a!)
oi Nov 'J") are: The
Mrs Riehnrd l!ond.
m;i. Mrs. .lulm i
le Three. Pro-
won tlie ricUenck Kocn l'lawr.l
. - I .. I ..... Di.tli
ing ,-w aril ami iou un.'
Pldswriting Award. Last year h.
play. - '1 tie. 1 luet and tlu- Uuncii
oack" wa presented by the Play
makers. Rookc began his acting
career at Carolina with the role
ui Hehc n in last year's 'Caligula."
Playing Hololernes will be liar
r Mo. .re. graduato art s'.udent.
ii,- has worked previously on
Med..;,." -'.Joan of Lorraine" and
Murd.r in the Cathedral." Mo-..re
recently won the first pri.e at the
lll.'.T Stale Ait Fair for sculpture.
Anthony W. Iff. sophomore from
New York City, will play the part
ol .John, the faithful suitor ol
Judith, and the role of Susanna,
th.- courtesan, will be portrayed
b Anne Rachman of Baltimore,
ILtly Rlndcs, dramatic arts ma
i r. will bo Sarah, the proud pro-
W o r 1 d famous dance-satiri.st ,
and comedienne. Iva Kitchell,
will appear in Chapel Hill today'
at 8 p.m. in Mem rial llali under
auspices of the UNC Student En
Miss Kitchell. known as "Im
pish Iva." has packed theatres
in the United States. Canada and
South America. She is known for
her one-woman shows that spar
kle with brilliant danciiv.
imitations of people who
themselves too seriously.
!!(t;i Theta Pi
I. I'iMi. Mrs
ren'er. , n'd'.i.nn
the ll,dl 1 p,i,;,
(' mp i u l
Ad ! a n as
!)..i!e Tor Heel
I 'cut: I ll.i'-ies.
,.,r,. M:s P. i
! i l) iis. Tri
C. V Dri-'
A'rs .1 I! Llli
l) to- i oi ( 'hiirch ;
I". is! ( i n S .'ir.
'"r: 'crinlN . Tes
.1 15. I bnt . Mrs II. C. Iliirlhii- t. !
i" ie e Methodist church. C inmiin
y C'.erch. .loye.s. M.s. Phit,pi
Imv.ii. P,:!! -J - i 1 . Mrs. Clai- ,
(.el-el- .I.n ,. M ' T ll- ylo--.
, Mr-. " IS M-f ':( heoii I nr ei ty 1
I ' h Ciim'i I Chin el::
S ..itb K 'ecu ( oil -'". Alder- '
a'e lei lo.'ii ( no: ( ii. M -s. a ames
iis .luioi faiiir. Mg:na
I'lp alon Mnno' r;. a ( 'lnb.
Men's Che ('lab, lulled
I 'Inn i h. ('.dhole- Men s Ch.l) and
j Cub Pack ." ',11. Law Wives. Mrs.
Donald Stanford. Women's Resident
I ( oniieil. Pharmacy w i es.
, Cash donations: Mrs. A. C. ISurn
Mi.ui). Mr. and Mrs. M A 1 1 1 1 1
Mrs. T K Rice. Mrs. M. M. ISrad
shaw. Mis. W. 1). Carini hael. Jr.
i Mrs .1. L. 1 1 in. Mrs. C. P. Sin uill.
Archibald Henderson. M. M. Argo
Mrs. L. deK. MacMillan. Mrs. C.
W. Stanford. Mrs. A. P.. Wcttach.
win knows no allegiance.
Chmer, will play Joseph,
s sliiewd but loving uncle,
s '' ndall w ill portray Lgoii,
tie- mannered lieutenant of Holo
fernes. Larry Anders n will be
the Cantor, and Hal Williamson
will act the drunken guani.
(liners in UK1 play aie i,ai
.i.s Dana, tne mu.e, Mkhaol
as Lilac Ja,:b. Wil.i.in 1
Phi Society To
The Philanthropic Literary So
ciety will meet at 3 p.m. today on
the top floor of New East. Thc
subject of discussion will be a
bill advocating a "socialistic g ;v j
eminent It the United State."
The bill stales, in part, that a
socialistic is the ideal form of '
government: and for many years j
there has been a growing ten-!
dency to socializ? the government :
of the United States." j
j The bill asks that a socialistic'
government be established for the
United States of America by Jan. .
' 1. I960." I
; The public has been invited io
r-ttend the meeting.
The Student Party will hold its
semi-annual elections next Moa-
"In TsjnrtVi rarnlina a lawver flav . at T.dU p.m. in me nmanu
anti.matiMliv is some.bodv and is Parker Lounges o Graham Me-
!. Fiv rrcn-'f)rrt- (wo oniPti "Whtw
oleasure cruise turned into a n t'tsli t -nare
because of a storm pondered
'eday whether to continue on to
The Coast Guard cutter Chihila
owed a Poniisylvaiiian and six
Now Jersey residents and their dis
abled Coot schooner Yankee Girl
H 10ft miles into this port late last
That ended a two day ordeal for
the party which had set out from
Atlantic Highlands. N. J., a week
ago on a trouble-plagued trip to
Palm Reach. Pla.
C. Dee. 2 i.fi t a ' part o a growing community . Imprial.. According Ao the party .by
hour as the .servant. Curtis Cans
as, tnc Propiu t, Lewis Hardee and
John iiodg.iiii.s as the Courtiers ol
i i ii. iu. .. i' Scamon C.oitlieb,
i had man Lie foreign f ,iin
i.nd Drama Conduitte:
o 's .loiioiiaeed the:-.'
;.dm:.s'ion charged. Stu
Wh.le dancing with the Chicago
Opera Rail: t some years ago. it
occur:(l to Miss Kitchell that ser
ums m oiLu'i. dancing is som?tim -s
ridiculous. 'When she mimicked
her ball t master duri-i; a r:hear
sal. instead of scolding her, he
..leave her a comedy solo spot ii.
i the ballet.
Since that time Kansas-born Iva
lirs cnlertaiivd audioives with
her impe's nrdions of all sorts or
people seen at parties, in -h'v
er on trains as well cs star fig
ires of the theatre and the con
R. E. Davis of Akron, Ohio, will
address the UNC Economics and
Business Seminar ta 4 p.m. today
in Caroll Hall. He will discuss the
Goodyear Tire and Rubber Com
pany's program of business research.
Di WiN Debate
On SSL Tonight
The Dialectic Senate will ha hi
its weekly meeting tonight in the
fourth floor of New West.
The bill of the evening is com
mendation of the Slat-' Student
wide v tin:
by pe pillar
The public has b
mi mend a-delegat-s
This same ieeung oi belonging is
very difficult to uuplicaie in isevv
York," he said.
Royal listed the starting sal
aries of New York lawyers as be
tween $4500 and $b' 5uU. depend
ing upon quaiiiicattons.
Graduates lrom Harvard. Yale
and Columbia law schools are in
positions to get the best jobs, he
said, because th:y have a goad
reputation, both with the f.ini.s aim
with the c;ients. But many l.ier
factors, such a grades. m:hta:y
status. manner, personality aad
recemmernk.t ions enter into tlu
Al'Ur two years on the firm a
lawyer is on ills own far as ad
vancement is concerned. If he ad
anccs normally he will become a
junior partner alter 10 to 12
y ears with a salary of about S15.- -000.
Royall emphasized t) th an ii
ence that all lawyers need trial
experience. "I will almost go so
far as to declare." he said. "th;:l a
lawyer who cannot trv ca-:s in
?ourt is n lawyer at all."
Royall. the last Secretary of
, War and the first Secretary of
;h? Arm v. said he was extremely
law., elections must be iieid after
each campus election. The post
ponement was due to the special
election last week.
All offices with the exception
of treasurer will ccme up for
co.nsiderati n at this time. The
party by-laws call fcr the election
"f th? treasurer immediately be
frre campus elections in order
that tinan.iai continuity may bo
maintained. Also on the agenda
is th3 filling of leg:s!.Hurc vacan
cies. Ongoing officers arc Whit
Whitfie'd. chairman; John Brooks,
vice-chairman: Betty Huffman, sec
reta rnd Brandon Kincird. Dav
id Evans Ct" line Bron. War
ren and Ca'eb Whit" aM mem
bers of th'? Partv Advisory Board.
PORT BRAGG. N. C . Dee 2 ,17
A hi. two-week maneuver known
a- Exc'cisc All-American starts
l ore tomorrow.
For- Army units from Georgia
and Kentucky, totaling close tc
1 .500 men a:'d officers, will join ;
term from K-nu? in staging mod
warfare with Bivgg forces.
Sttilnts In tlie iiilirmary
Misses Hannah Klrby and Susan
Tnslr, and Milhurn Gihbs. Hilly
Crroll. I'aul WalU r. Glenn Melt
trr, William Cunninliain and
Mrs. V (). Bowtnan .Order of the
Grail and the Ahiu.sa Club.
i lie iiany lar tieei win noiu a
staff meeting Wednesday at 4
p rn. All interested persons aia
invited to attend.
; ill he no
t . and t nspe pie are all m
vited. ai cording to C,otth:d).
Stage maiiag'-r is ('uriis Cans:
(dectruian, Rand B.ilc; souii
technician. Peter O'Sullivan: pio
peity mistress, Glenna M"Ciiiirs
assistant staue manager. Raber
Huffman; and lr. use manager, Rob
MiSS'LK T1CST CilN I I'll!. C A PL
aiuncral. Fla.. Dec. 2 (AD
Trouble was reported to have de
veloped today in the second stage
brain" of the Vanguard r ckct be
ng readied for an attempt to
oropel an American baby moon
An informed U. S. Navy source
s;sid technicians are working
around the clock to clear the
bugs out of the second stage
which houses the control and
guidance systems of the 72 foot
rocket. This stage has not been
tested prev iou.slv.
Miss Carrie Smeltzcr. Assistant j
'hreetor of Udiieat ional Travel Inc.. !
ill deliver a lecture at Carroll Hall ,
toda.v ot 7 p. m.
Immediately following her short j
'ecture on foreign travel and study
diroad. two movies will be shown
and the speaker will entertain ques-
' According to Miss Smeltzcr.
many lours are offered by Educa
tional Travel at prices below regu
lar comnierical plans. This is made
possible by the low overhead and
tlu small amount of paid publicity.
The organization is operated
primarily as a service and not for
profit, and is a subsidiary of the
National Student Assn.
Miss Smeltzer is sponsored by the
local NSA Committee. Students
interested in foreign travel have
been invited to attend.
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WINS UNC AWARD Wilson Burton Partin Jr., center, student
from Scotland Neck, has won the annual Student Government Schol
arship Award, given to the self-help student maintaining the high
est average during the freshman year. Dr. C. 0. Cathey, chairman
of the faculty committee on scholarships is shown presenting a
$200 check to Partin. Looking on at right is Sonny Evans of Dur
ham, president of the student government.
(Jim Moore Photo)