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1 tt.?.C Library Ccrlals Dept. Box 070 Chapai Hill, 2IC WEATHER Partly rloiidy and rnolrr today. tt'ioiuliiK loldt-r lonifl.t und Monday. , SELF DEFEAT Student Legislature-of f base on SSL Bill, editor says on page two. VOL. LXV NO. 64 Offices in Graham Memorial CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1957 Complete ( Wire Service FOUR PAGES THIS t&uE ! v 1 air aiirs n. wot BHD ni Inlip J01DD, 7f Fir So n LVC Leads Kearns 32 At Half, 39-4; Paces Attack i 1 i t r J BACK ON CAMPUS AFTER 40 YEARS Dr. Hoshi Momiyama, Liberal-Democratic party leader of Japan is a visitor in Chapel Hill, the first time after his graduation in 1917. Chancellor William B. Aycock is at left. Dr. C B. Robson, head of the Po i 2 a I Science Department is at right. Japanese Diet Member Visits UNC After 40-Year Absen Carolina's national basketball champions built up an overwhelming 39-14 halftime lead and roasted to an easy 79-55 victory over the Clemson Tigers in Woollen Cym yesterday afternoon in the Tar Heel's season opener. The vic tory was the 33rd straight for Coach Krank McC. aire's tall and talented ( agers who handled Press Mavarich's charges with much the same ease with which they thrice mas tered the Tigers on the way to the NCAA title last season. A jam, packed crowd of about f,r,oo screaming students and a tremendous regional television audience watched the highly-regarded McCuire machine build up that tremen dous first half margin and then lose a little fire as the Tigers came back to outscore Caro lina in the second half. Little Tommy Reams, the Far Heel's 5' 1 1 senior guard from lergenfield, X. J. and an All-America pick in several pre-season polls, demonstrated the IliroOii Motriiyoma. Japanese (acuity that he went into an eclipse Diet mcmher who is vUitin in politically when Tojo and the mili- Chapel Hill fur the first time in -10 tMists came to power in Japan. ' I )ears and lecturing to student and am ylad to tell you. however, that faculty political science croups, told . in those dark ami stormv davs I a class here that "40 years may seem quite a long time to you. Hut I feel an If I have just come back to Chapel Hill to cet ready for a new semester after a few month's vacation.' reer cae up my firm conviction," l:e said, "of freedom and demo cracy which student life at Chapel Hill cave me. ".My long political career has been i a eonfintioos Mru'Vle for trio ,ir- Momiyxmn irvrived hi mMr' I liicvr moit of this muse, and it is ,., .1.1.- t,oi too niucii to say that I owe my He is leader of the l.ilx-ral lomo- 1 political philosophy lar-jely to my c-rntir Party in .tapan. Alma Mater." icwed new economic and political progress in Japan since World War II. Speaking of tlie changes In the campus here," Momiyama said, "You micjit vvell consider me a Rip Nan Winkle returned from Japan. Doth the town and campus are very much larger and busier than before. It is wonderful to be here, reviving many pleasant associations of those happy oltl days, and showered with your warmth and hospitality." Momiyama will be in Washington. I). C. next week to continue a mis sion fur the Japanese government glittering prowess which gained him that recognition as he pour ed through 32 points and played an outstanding floor game. It was never any contest but the vociferous Tar Heel cheering sec tion made it seem like a repeat of the Kansas affair last March as they welcomed their beloved Tar Heels in the best Dixieland man per. The crowd cheered the Tar Heels individually, and as a group, it gave injured Joe Quigg and Coach Frank McGuire a rousing Judith To Be Produced Despite Moore Decision By CURTIS CANS status as an ex-student. I recognize Jean Giradoux' "Judith" will be that this is within their jurisdic presented tonight at 8 p.m. in tion, and in view of this I have no Graham Memorial's Main Lounge, without Harry Mcore, former graduate art student from Eliza- bethtown, in the cast. Moore last night decided not to ovation, it welcomed the Tigers appeal the decision of Dean of M muyama told the stident and The Japanese political leader re- i on a matter affecting Okinawa. 'What Every Next On Hy D.WF. rF.TF.KSON Marion Kit.Simons, star of the Playmakcrs production of ' What Fvery Woman Knows." is a former teacher of drama, actress, illustra tor and faculty wife. She will per form in her latest role Wednesday through Sunday in the Playmakcrs Theater. In ' What Fvery Woman Knows," Mrs. Fitz-Simnns plays the role of the (Ymtcsse tie la Hriere, a frolic some widow who discovers the true reason or the political success of tli leading man. Married to Foster Fitz-Simons, director of the Playmakcrs staff, the versatile t'C tress has played many roles with the croup durinc her residence in Chapel Hill as a faculty wife. They include Lady Macbeth. Medea. The mother in "I'lood Weddmc." and the Dowaccr Dmprcss in " Anastasia." In addition to her work as an M-tress. Mrs. Fit Simons is the mother of four very enercetie hoys. Prior to her marria.'e l,e was instructor of drama at Hood Collcce. Frederick. Md . and at Women's College, Greensboro. She lias done summer stock work at the Yacht Club Theatre. Nantucket. Mass.; the Asheil!e Summer Theatre; "The Lost Colony". Mantco, "The Hih- IN THE INFIRMARY Students in the infirmary includ ed: Misses Salvia Shannon and l.ev rrly Ann ( ulbn lh and Paul Ni fon. William Allen, Harold (fcl brrth. James Cajlord, John Chan lm, Arthur Fountain, Quinc-y Ays cur, James Yotints, Theodore You hanna, Carl Pickard and I tank Itynum. 12 Days Until Xmas Holi Woman Knows Is Playmakers Schedule cordially and there was even a tiny murmur for the referees. McGUIRE JUGGLES McGuire juggled his lineup freely throughout this ACC affair as 11 Tar Heels took part, in send ing Clemson down to its third straight defeat. Sophomores Dick Keplev and Lee Shaffer started for the Tar Heels, Kepley at cen ter and Schaffer at forward. From the time Kepley dropped in the first basket with 23 seconds pone in the first half, it took the hapless Tigers almost a full sev en minutes to register their first field goal. And the obviously ner- latid Call", lUiie's Creek; and "Unto These Hills." Cherokee. She directed "Heaven Hound." an all-nemo show for the Federal Thea tre in lialeiuh in V.YM). and "East Lynne" for the Burnesville Summer Theatre in l!)l!t. With her husband she wrote "We. Memorial edition of the Carolina Playbook, and illustrated Josefina Niccli's "Mexican Yillaec." This production of "What Every Women Knows" provides another personal performance for the talented and capable artist. Tickets for the production are now on sale the Women", served as an associate j at 214 Aberncthy Hall and Ledbet editor w ith Samuel Selden under j ter-Pickard. All seats are reserved Archibald Henderson for the Koch l at $1.50.. - , . ... j ; ' ; ' ' 1 -. - ' - . 1 -.. v ;:. -. fJi s Xf ' . j-? A ' ' fx ' 'i4f:.wl. . . 1 t ' : " ! . . 11' . .. ." . ...... i - h - . . f- -: . ' . - . I " I I i V. m i iL , . THE BOX Clemson Yockel Krajack Carver Gibbons Shample Warren Cameron Brinkley Total f Carolina Hrennan Stanley a Searcy Lotz Poole' Keplel Shaffer Kearirs Cunningham Crotty f Salz Total 1 F P 5 1-4 0 3 2-3 4 4 0-12 6 0-0 4 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 2 5 1-1 3 1 3-3 5 24 7-12 20 G F P 6 2-7 0 0 0-0 2 2 0-1 1 2 1-2 i 0 0-0 0 1 4-4 1 2 2-2 2 12 8-12 1 3 0-1 3 1 0-0 0 2 0-0 1 31 17-29 12 T 11 8 8 12 0 0 11 5.1 T 14 0 4 a 0 6 6 32 6 2 4 79 vous Palmetto representative coulif ianage but five field goals duriri'f the entire first half as the Tar Heel's threw up a stout zon defense, which kept the Tigers out .side and allowed the McGuiremen to cf nlrol the boards with excep tionl Tase. Thef Tigers hit 12.8 of their shots Jn that half while the Tar Heels connected for 53.5. fAROLINA OLTSCORED V"t 4 L. l a i m At mmuugn ouiscorea in inr unai nan, tne Tar Heels were even more effective from the floor to hold Payne although Payne pleaded innocent. Brennan, star forward on the UNC national champion basketball team (See CAROLINA Aige 4) English Prof. Heads SAMLA Prof. J. O. Bailey of Carohni Student Affairs Fted Weaver that he was ineligible to participate in the play. Weaver made the decision Wed nesday after Moore had volun tarily withdrawn from the Univer sity. Chancellor William B. Aycock in an interview held Saturday after noon gave the basis for the ruling and said that we assumed full responsibility for Weaver's action. Aycock said that the primary basis for the ruling was that Moore, as an ex-student, had no right to participate in student ac tivities, which are financed by the students. Weaver commented that student activities are for student parti cipation. Aycock added that the fact that Moore is a Negro had to be con sidered in making his decision. He said that at the present time University policy was that no Ne gro non-student could participate in student activities. However, he pointed out that Negro students on campus enjoy equal rights, privileges, and re sponsibilities with the rest of the University communty. Either factor that Moore is an ex-student or that Moore is a non student Negro would be enough to disqualify Moore's participation in the play, according to Aycock. He added that both factors were taken into consideration before he made his decision. intention of pursing the matter of ficially any further. "However, because I do desire so strongly to parucipaie m "Judith," I hope to talk as an in dividual to the other people in volved, as individuals. "I wish by so doing to insure that all the pertinent facts have been brought to light with con sideration to all parties involved.' Davis Small, senior Playmaker will take Moore s lead role as Holofernes in tonight's production, Carolyn Marsh, graduate English student, will co-star in the part of Judith. i 5 i .J v4 r - i r (ii 'f - xyJ . Nv 7 v LET GO MY HEAD! Clemson forward George Krajack seems to be trying to Stop Carolina's Tommy "Kearns the primative way, but to no avail. Kearns connects for two of his 32 points in yesterday's ACC action. (Norm Kantor Photo) Counsel Unit Needs Advisors The Campus Orientation Com mittee is looking for applications from students to serve as coun selors for the second semester orientation program. Any interested student should contact Jerry Oppenhemier. chair man of the Orientation Committee, or Mary Jane Fisher. Students who previously served as counselors may also participate in the second semester orienta tion. Oppenheimer said he hoped coun selors who had served before would be able to help out again. "Since this is a very short pro gram, it is exteremely important that we have qualified counselors to help the new students make a quick and complete adjustment to Carolina," he said. Orientation for the second se mester will be held Wednesday and Thursday, Jajiuary 29 and 30. Second semester classes will start January v31. Seven-Man Committee To Study Cut Proposal By CIIAKLIE SLOAN' I ?r the students' mental health, j He said the. proposal would save ! the infirmary much "bargaining I far infirmary excuses" by stu dents. Names of the members of a Faculty Council committee .estab lished to investigate the new class excuse proposal will be released . after a special Faculty Advisory ! Another member of the council Committee meeting Wednesday, i pointed out that the way tho Dec. 8. . I proposal is set up, some instructors ! may not grant any excuses at all Chancellor Ayccck said yester j and others may be too lenient, day he will appoint the ssyen-man j Regsdale pointed out that the fifth part of the proposal leaves the lidays STARRING ROLE Marion Fitz-Simons, wife of Playmaker di rector Foster Fitz-Simons, will perform in her latest role Wednes day through Sunday in "What Every Woman Knows" in the Play makers Theatre. Aycock (said) there was no writ ten policy covering persons outside the University proper in regard to their participation in student act ivities. Moore, when asked for comment -on his decision not to file an of ficial appeal with Consolidated Uni versity President William Friday, stated: The administration has reached its decision on the basis of my Indonesia JAKARTA, Dec. 6 (AP) In lonesia today began driving out he Dutch rearguard which held on after colonial days and ran he nation's rich oil, rubber and business empires. With a show of grim determina ion in its pressure campaign to ake over the jungles of West New govern- was elected vice president of the Guinea tne Indonesian South Atlantic Modern Languagt Association (SAMLA) at the or ganization's 27th annual meeting in Chattanooga, Tenn. Some 17 representatives of the UNC Departments af English, Romance Languages and Germanic (See ENGLISH PROF. Page 3) ment ordered the Netherlands gov ernment to begin immediate eva cuation of most of the 46,000 Dutch1 citizens here. One source said all would be expelled except skilled technicians. Many are Indonesian-born Eurasians who have never been elsewhere. Yule Campaign Ends Monday Monday is the last day for ad opting a family in the Empty- Stocking Campaign, according to Mrs. Mark Hanna, campaign chair man. The Chapel Hill Junior Service League is sponsoring this cam paign to provide for needy fami lies in Orange County during Christmas. Mrs. Hanna said cash donations are needed now, since many fami lies remain unadopted. Junior Service League members will be operating a booth on Franklin street Monday to collect cash donations. Latest cash donations include: Order of the Old Well, Rachael Lear, Memory A. Lester, Mrs. F. S. Cates Sr. and Mrs. P. Neal Johnson. committee before the advisorv committee meets and submit the slate to them for approval. The speciai meeting has been called to thin the group's heavy work load, said the chancellor. At Friday's Faculty Council meeting Student Body President Sonny Evans, Vice President Don Furtado and Hon::r Council Chair man George Ragsdale answered faculty members' questions on th: proposal. If the proposal is accepted as it was submitted to the faculty students will be on their honor tc notify their instructsrs when they miss a class due to illness. When asked how such a ss'eir would be enforced, Ragsdale told the group that it would be easier to sp:t attendance violations than it is to pick out people cheating on exams. He pointed out that a person's roommate would know if the person W3s mising a class due to illness or if he was -'just stay ing in bed reading a comic book.'' Dr. Hedgpcth said that usin? illness for an excuse is not good Human Rights Day GETTSYBURG, PA., Dec. 7 (AP) President Eisenhower to day designated next Tuesday as United Nations Human Rights Day. Boyd To Speak At Nurses7 Tea Dr. Bernard Boyd, chairman of the Department of Religion, wil be the featured speaker at a ter in the Nurses' Dorm at 4 p.m Tuesday. Dr. Boyd's talk on "The Role of the Counselor as an Example" will be the third in the series of In-Service Training Programs,, sponsored this year by the office of the Dean of Women. These programs are developed by dormitory hostesses working under the Dean of Women. They are directed" toward the special needs of these working closely with the women's program. Hostessa;, graduate counselors, sorority alumnae advisors and other groups concerned directly with student personnel have been invited to attend. final power to grant excuses with the offices which now have it. Students would appeal alleged abuses to these offices. Students abusing the regulation would be violating the Honor Cods and therefore subject to Honor Council action. Evans pointed out that the sys tem proposed by the student gov ernment is not too different from the present cne. Uder the pro mised system students would seek excuses directly from their in structor instead of from their dean or the infirmarv. Dr. Hardre To Deliver Lecture Dr. Jacques Hardre will deliver the winter season Faculty Lecture in the Division cf Humanities at the University of North Carolina on Wednesday at 8 p.m. n the auditorium cf Carroll Hall. Professcr Hardre's subject is Surrealism: The Twentieth Cen !ury Renaissance." A graduate of Guilford College. Professor Hardre received his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees at Caro ina and has been a member cf he faculty of the Department of Romance Languages since 1945. He was born in Dinon. France, and during World War II served in the French Army in 1939-40 and in the Free French Army from 1942 to 1945. His interest in contemporary French literature has resulted in studies cf the existentialism of Jean-Paul Sartre, literary critic. Professor. Hardre is currently en gaged on a full-length biography of Cavalier de la Salle. Since 1944 the Humanities Divi sion has presented the quarterly lectures by University faculty members teaching arts and litera ture. The lectures are held parti cularly for UXC undergraduates, but are open to all interested per , sons.

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