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Fair and continued cold today
with temperature in the 30s.
Partly cloudy and slightly warm
A relation of greater ' mutual
responsibility upon student and
instructor is formed by new ex
cuse regulation. See page 2.
VOL. LXV NO.
Offices in Graham Memorial
Complete UP) Wire Service
FOUR PAGES THIS ISSUE
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N. Y. SCHOOLS
nfav yoi:k. Feb a ,r - The
p-ohlem of vh.it to do with M or
more trouhh'-m.iking pupils ousted
from public schools confronted city
oltu l.ds tod. iv.
No one had come up will) a solu
tion th.it would keep them from re
in. ninn idle at liome or roaming
the street, but st;ite and city of
fiei'.U were hoping for an answer
The m.isv, Mi'-pensior.s yesterday
stniel a chorus of protests from
i .irent ami 'her organizations, ae-I
co l p. mud bv a di'Miand for a leg
islative in cM i.'.t ion of the city
srhuol ysto n.
The pnpils were suspended yester
day in a Hoard ot Kducalioii crack
down on juvenile delinquency. Tne
fell tot d was incomplete. a seme
fil.ools had not reoorted their fig
ures There was no breakdown ol
the figures by race or sex
( AIM'. CANAVERAL. Fla . Feb. 8
t.T Did interference by a radio sig
nal cause destruction of the two
million dol ar Atlas Intercontinental
r.allistie Missile ICHM in flight''
That was a remote possibility ex
plored today by the Air Force and
the manufacturer of the 70-foot-tall
missile which exploded into
what observers said v as "nothing"
less- than four minutes alter launch
Instruments aboard the giant mis.
.ilc sent back data recorded on
thousands of feet of tape and tns
mU'ht pro' ide clues as to the cause
ol the explosion. ,
4 Ito J 2A
LEAPING LEE SHAFFER AIMS AT BASKET
!' Scjr.u'i Schmidt Tries To Breakup Play
(Norm Kantor Photo)
By BILL KING
Hiil' rucliour I'Jiif Hrvils shower! a lnrop rrnionat tt'lc-
vision audience and 5. 500 fans in Woollen Gym that their
recent upsurge in me Miaiuic v-u.im v-uiiicitiicc vvt uu hum.
by handing Frank Mediae's Carolina Tar Heels a 91-75
A victory was even more deserved because the uevus uiu u
the hard way. playing the last seven and a half minutes with
out their two big men Jim Newcome and Paul Schmidt who
i,v.t..,l i.Mtln'n :i inimiic nf each other, leavin'2 the chores
.VH IV 11 111 1 u iiiiiii - - - - ' -
to their fine backcourt men lUtcky Allen, liobby Joe Harris
and Bob Vernon pins three larger subs.
Nor did the Devils falter in those waning minutes. In fact,
they continued to run over the Tar '
Heels as Bob Lakata, Hayes Clem- 1 jigr STUDENTS
lb R r Son i-t scion
antarctic reported today
tumid fos,ilied plants
i.ppc.-.n d o be i.nim.d
il.lv million years old
said tie scientists from
the vppl ship Ob l.inded by plane
,,n Horn lUutl on the eastern coast
i.t nuct c a
I, Is in the
bones pi s
Kappa Expects 150
At First Rush Party
(Her 1 coeds are expected to and third parties will be delivered
attend the first party of Kappa Kap- to each girl's room by Stray Greeks,
pa Gamma sorority's rush program Tiie bids will be sent out shortly
Munday nicht in the faculty lounge after the third party,
of the Morchead Building. The second party will be hchl in
Smith parlour Wednesday night, and
the third party has been scheduled
for Sunday night, Feb. 16.
At a luncheon meeting yesterday
of -Kappa Kappa Cimnia aJumnae
in this area, detads were decided
Imitations to the first party were ur conducting the three parties,
v. i ,it t., ills who participated Uumnao and Kappa members from
Kappa is the seventh and newest
sorority to begin colonization of a
chapter at Carolina. The actual in
stallation of the chapter will be
e. n Ue tn
ents and Jerry Robertson alternated I
with the little men to keep the Duke
mrchine running along with maxi
mum efficency. It was the seventh
straight win for Duke.
Third UXC Loss
It was conference victory num
ber seven for the Devils against
two losses. For Carolina it was de
feat number three against six wins
in ACC play. The victory moved
Duke momentarily into a tie with
X. C. State for the league lead, de
pending on the State-South Caro
lina game last night. Duke is now
12-5 for the season; Carolina is 13
4. It was the second straight home
loss for the Tar' Heels after 24
ktraicht victories. State beat Caro-
Horse Is Dead,
A horse (or mule) is dead and
three Carolina students were in
jured as a result of two automo
bile accidents early Saturday morn
ing. Howard McAllister, sophomore
from Maiden, who. was injured in
the car-horse (or mule) accident,
sad the animal just came out in
front of the car and couldn't avoid
biraigni vn iui i getting
Una In the la at Wool lea . Gym con UfeAl lister said tk hort is dead
. ... m a. A ' U. , M
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ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATE TOMMY KEARNS SHOOTS
Goes For Two Points Over Vernon s Out-Stretched Arms
(Norm Kantor Photo)
New Cut Rule Probably Strikes Out
"7 Dor Cir Mtendance Requlat
in tiie tall. l'"". ruh in.-.'am and
to new students here this semester
Two Other rallies
Monday niuht's iarty
;"U to o'clock i . two other
have been planned for
lnvita'iniis to the second
Puke and the four members here
will be present at all the parties.
Mrs. Frank Alexander,
director of chapters, will
some of the details involved
eoloiiiing a chapter here, at
lost nartv tomorrow night.
Summer Work Opportunities
Is Topic For Y Study Group
Opportunities lor summer work
w,!l be dcucd for the -nrUt ol
interested stmiciiTS m
days this week in me vi.a..-
oom of Y r.uilding.
These discussion groups will be
conducted as a service project by
pecial V committee under mv
ma.iship of Mary Morgan.
periment in international living and
encampment for citizenship will be
discussed Thursday between 2 and
.-.:;() p m. in the Council room.
The three day sessions on summer
work have been planned to acquaint
(Sec Y GKOUl
The Tar Heels suffered 'live
fouls" losses late in the contest as
P.obby Cunningham. Pete Brennan
and Harvey Salz all went out but
i u,c damage had been done by that
national time and Duke was the undisputed
discuss : victor of this speedy Big 1- our clasti.
in Duke made it quite cvirteni inai
theli, meant business when Bob Ver
jnon hit a jump shot after 13 sec-
.. ...r. i.. ,.r tUn co-ri!-irI halt 10 Dili
Some of the prooiems vmiko ' uuu ui -
! considered at the present j ahead, 37-36. A lead that had chanj;-
m7. include purchase of a house cd hands no less than ten times m
lor the sorority and the immediate j
pM.hlem of a place for social events j THE BOA.
for nled-es alter this week.
Any coed who did not receive an
i, citation to the first party and
wishes' to attend may do so by
merely going to the party and giv
ing her name at the door.
Appropriate dress for the occasion
has been designated as dressy wool
en dresses and heels.
p m .
v oi Vi
Tuesday between 2 and 3:30
the discussion will emphasize
..inns heie and abroad. Be-
ii' i ,i
same IIOUI S v root .
.hasis will be on work ot
in industry, institutional
out i work in mental hos-
,,.,! and correctional institutions .
iind work in the urban life and set
tlement work ol churches.
Iniernational student work.
The lolh.vuntf activities are
Mhedule.l fr (.raha.n Memorial
IVrsbvtcrian. : UiU
,.ims.AoIlc; I'rcsbvtcrian Church.
!:l.' a. in.. UendcvouH Kooin;
I rieiuls. II a.m., Williams-WoUo;
( loss Tournament. t:3o-ll p.m..
U.d.ind TarUrr 1 and V.
The follow iitK activities arr
scheduled lr iraham Memorial
C.MAIt Office Committee. 31
...it if..,.in- (;MAH hxecu-
Board. 4 p.m.. rail K,M,m:
Committer. 4-3 p.m.. Ko-
I'arkrr 1: Ways and Means
Commltler. I p.m.. B'na
I', rker 2: Hitfh School Honor Sys
tem Committer. 3-6 p.m.. Koland
l'.'.rker 2; Symposium I'uhlieity
Committee. I:3 p.m.. Uoodhousr
Confrretier Boom; Student Party.
7-'t:3( p.m.. Koland Barkrr I nd
2; Dance Committer, "-8 P "..
(irail Boom: Bridtfr I lub .7-11
Itrndevous Bom: TraMic
7::ti-IO p.m.. toumii
Order of the (irail. !-
I H , . ;; r ;u.i f 1
G F P 1
7 3-7 5 17
8 5-9 5 21
5 22 2 12
3 8-11 3 14
3 68 4 12
0 0-11 0
2 4-4 5 8
0 4-4 2 4
29 33-47 29 91
C F P T
5 8 13 5 18
4 4-8 3 12
1 00 3 2
6 7-8 5 19
0 0 0 0-0
4 13 5 9
n n-ft 3 0
0 0-0 0 0
0 0-0 0 0
24 27-43 30 75
oitv.rmf.Vi this fact has not been
confirmed by the proper authoii
ties. Yesterday afternoon, the own
er of the horse had not been locat
ed. McAllister was treated at the In
firmary for an eye injury and re
tv.p Hriver of the car. Marshall
Dutton, sophomore from Hickory,
was still in the Infirmary yesterday,
receiving treatment for an eye in-
Two other occupants ot tne car.
Paul White from Hickory ano j
Willie Jones from Morganton. were ;
The accident occurred around 4
a.m. Saturday on Highway 70, five
miles outside Burlington.
In a one-car accident around 3
a.m. Saturday. Stuart Butler, fresh
man from Charlotte, sustained a
NoMnrort iaw and lacerations. He
was in Memorial hospital yester
day in what his doctor described
as a "good" condition.
The Butler accident occurred on
nt.tii.Mv Rfi three miles from
By ANN' KRYE
The new class attendance ruling
abolishing the cut system here prob
ably supersedes the 75 per cent at
tendance regulation as stated in
the University catalogue.
Dr. Jaines Godfrey, dean of the
faculty, said yesterday that although
there may be differences of opinion
concerning the 75 per cent rule, it
seems that this ruling no longer ap
plies to attendance regulations.
In another area of interest af
fected by lite new ruling. the
'dean's list" will carry no signi
ficance in so far as attendance
svstem, 'but fhe ruling did not in
clude any mention of the 75 per
A general belief on campus was j pi.ivjieges are concerned.
that the University had been re
quired to incorporate the 75 per
cent attendance rule in its class
attendance regulations so as to
meet accreditation standards of a
university and Ceilege association.
Members of the special commit
tee that submitted the report on
' elass attendance to the Faculty
The Facultv Council in a meeting tlass aut nuance
uu rdiuii. v, i Council, said that so tar as thev
Friday afternoon passed a new at- ; "
LUU1U IIUVJ. in-- f t-"-- -----
dance had nothing to do with the -accreditation
of the University. j
Concerning the former policy of
double cuts taken in classes before
after holidays. Dean Godfrey
there is no such tlfing as a
double cut under the newly-adopted
system, since cuts have been abol
ished. This new ruling voted by the
Faculty Council places attendance
Drimanlv on a , student-instructor
tendance ruling abolishing the cut
j . . i an ii ii i i
To Perform In Petite Musicule
Duo-Harpists Join Soprano
For Petite Musicale Tonight
)(iM!in ; ;
leigh.. assisted by Kmily Kellarn
and Suann Davids, local duo-har-;
pists. are planning a group of j
Spanish numbers for tonight's Pc
i The program, lust in the series
! for the second semester, will be
! gin at 8 o'clock in Gerrard Hall.
Miss Casey is to present seven
, popular Spanish songs by Manuel
DcFalla. The duo harpists will per
form P.ach's Sixth French Suite,
i...v..rin, .loveuse." and Gran
from Ha-, addition to providing accompani
ment for the soloist
The three performers previously
performed together Jan. 26 in a
musicale at the Raleigh Museum of
I Tonight's recital, as the others!
in the series, is sponsored by
jc.MAB and is open to the public
i without charge.
The next program of P'etites Mu-
the first half was thus pulmelled as
the Durham visitors never relin
quished the advantage again.
For the next few minutes Duke
oC lmt as Carolina was coia,
and considering a late Duke rally
in the first half, the Devils actual
ly outscored the Tar Heels 204 in
just a matter of a few minutes.
Newcome was the big man in the
second half assault as he tallied 12
ini Kpfnre fouling out with 7:06
left. Schmidt had previously fouled
out at the 8:11 mark alter sco..0
nninic in the second period.
Duke managed to maintain a ..
of at least five points the rest of
the way. though the Tar Heel nev
er stopped fighting. Everytune uai
olina would rally to close the gap
miio h Rlue Devils wouw.'""
right back on one of their frequent
After Newcome and' Schmidt left,
the Tar Heels moved the count to
64-59 on a field goal and free throw
by Pete Brennan but Duke quickly
pulled away again, building a n-oi
Enrollment for the spring
Mignwdv ou, ii.ivv. , , r
Chapel Hill, when the car went o i mester at the University of isortn , ba
the side of the road ana overturn- uaronna is o,- muu.., "
ed It is believed that Butler ap- ing to a report released yesterday
parently went to sleep before the by the University Records Office,
accident occurred. The enrollment for the fall se
mester was 7,uj.
In addition to this figure there
are 110 graduate students in Pub
lic Health. 45' in Library Science
and 51 in Social Work.
The report also showed that of
I the total enrollment 5.275 students
Carolina coach Frank McGuire ' (7g 4 per cent) arc from North Car-
called the tremendous Duke spun , olina
at the end of the nrsi nan
the first few minutes of the sec-
sis. The report says in part; "If
. . . K ..rtn.-nMil
a student misses uin-c iwi.vu..
class meetings, or misses more
classes than the instructor deems
advisable, the instructor will report
the facts to the student's academic
dean' for appropriate action."
In the last two decades of tne
University's history when various
systems of class attendance have
been tried, no system was ever
placed so strictly on an instructor
student basis .and no system ever
allowed for more than 25 per cent
cutting of classes.
The flexibility of this new ruling
allows instructors to deal differ
ently with "A" students and "'C"
students in attendance require
ments. Since the Infirmary will sup
ply lists of sick students to all
deans, the deans may take such
j information into consideration in
dealing with students.
, One Dissenting Vote
S When the special faculty commit
tee submitted the class attendance
report for action to the Faculty
: Council Friday, there was little dis
cussion before the report was pass-
P A 1
ond, "one of the mysteries oi me
game." Carolina was outscored iv
4 in just a matter of minutes dur
ing that period.
McGuire thinks Duke is a much
hotter ball club now because "they
have that veteran starting lineup
and it makes them real solid."
The Tar Heel chieftian thought
Duke did some spectular shooting.
He also remarked that "tney we.e
hard to press because they have
three very fine dribblers marris.
Allen and Vernon).
IV tl I v - I r ' . ,.
violinist, and Raphael Puyana. ! kad in the minute and a nau.
harpsichordist. It is planned for ! McGuire played the final 1.1 wUl
'..Hn,K,bv March o. in Gerraiu
i ado s
lis Spanish Dante No. Five, in k Hall at 8 p.m.
i (See TAR HEELS, page 3)
Duke mentor Hal Bradley laud
ed his club for "their scrap and
hustle. It was a nice feeling to
win; it makes the game worth
whilP aain. We made many mis-
takes in the first half and had to
change the offense."
"Today's game was just opposite
from the Classic." Bradley contin
ued, "this time we had the lead
unA thev had to come back. We
caught up with a man to man de
fense but shifted to the zone when
Kepley (Dick) came back in."
TVin number of coeds now en !
rolled is 1.261; while the number j
of males enrolled is 5.461. The
ratio of male to female students is
slightly larger than five to one.
Foreign students enrolled num
ber 84 from 40 foreign countries
and U. S. possessions. Canada has
the largest representation with
seven students. There are six stu
dents from India and Egypt and
five from Thailand.
Enrollments in the 'schools and
colleges here are:
General College, 2.172;
College of Arts and Sciences, 1,
School of Business Administra
School of Education. 365;
School of Journalism, 53;
Graduate School, 963;
Law School. 215;
School of Library Science, 45;
Social Work. 52;
School of Dentistry, 221;
School of Medicine, 260;
School of Nursing, 181:
School of Pharmacy, 236; and
School of Public Health, 148.
SP To Discuss
Student leaders will discuss the j
proposed revisions in the Honor ;
! Councils at the Student Party meet-
S ing Monday, 7:30 p.m., in Graham '
Memorial at Roland Parker Loung
; es land 2.
I Sonny Hallford., attorney gener
! al of the student body, George
j Ragsdale, chairman of the Men's
; Honor Council, and Paddy Wall a
member of the Women's Honor
Council, will be at the meeting.
! ' I would like to present a point '
of view and to explain the new ;
proposal to the best of my ability j
and to allow questions which are i
pertinent to the understanding of
the bill," commented Sonny Hail-;
ed without any amendment. In the
voice vote taken, there was but
, one dissenting vote,
i Around 75 members of the Coun
itil were present for Friday's meet
ling. The Council is composed of 3
jex-officio members. 60 elected mcm
jbers and around 30 other members
; from standing committees.
March 1 has been announced as
the closing date for the second
i short story contest sponsored by
j the literary quarterly. The Paris
I There is one Student Legislature
. seat vacant in Dorm Men's II which
! will be filled at this meeting. The
party will also elect a new ser-geant-at-arms.
Around 200 notices have been
1 sent to students asking them t
attend SP Chairman Pat Adams
The prize-winning story will ap
pear in the summer 1953 issue of
the magazine. All manuscripts sub
mitted will be considered for pub
lication at the magazine's regular
Manuscripts from this area may
be submitted to Max Steele, crea-
r a I
tive writing teacher, wno tor tne
past five years nas acieu as m
visory editor for the magazine.
The competition was created in
1955 through the aid of the late
Aga Khan III, whose son, Sadrud
din Aga Khan, ' is the magazine's
The contest winner will be
awarded S500. . !
Further information may be got
ten from 30a Bingham. t