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SIX PAGES THIS ISSUE
VOL. LXV MO. 91
Offices in Graham Memorial
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1958
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The "n:w look' Winter Germans
will make its debut Friday, with
dark suits, music and valentines.
Billy Knauff, with a well-known
hand; the Gladiolas. a Negro in-strumcrtal-vocalist
group; and Leo
do Lon, entertainer of internatio
al recording and television fame,
will entertain at the dance on Fri
day from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Mark Cherry. German Club presi
dent, strewd that all men attend
ing Ihc two day eent would b? re
quired tn near dark suits. No one
quired to near dark suns. , one v; : , ";
will h- admitte I in light suits. . . j ' ' :':.". J
The Saturday concert firm 3v , f
p.m. in Memorial Hall will feature - . .
Jtay Anthony and his famous TV ' 4S -:V,,
orchestra ami Leu de Lyon. fS SiV ; . '
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orcnesira ami mn ne i. un. - rV- : : x- t vv.
The danc? will have a va'en.im I i
theme and will have night club ar y ' P V
rangements. Tables will be set a . t o 7 ;
round the dance floor and centered
with a candle.
Cherry added that -For th? first
time in history as far as I know
the German' dance will be semi
formal and we wilt have lour en
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IwffliiGirg S IF!? Soon
Kit Whitehurst, chairman of
Women's Honor Council, yester
day issued a statement supporting
all but on? provision of Honor
('.unci! revision.-, bill currently be
fore Student Legislature.
This exception is the provision
for joint Honor Council. She main
tained that .separate councils will
bfst serve th? purpose of a streng
Viom- Monor svom.
ORCHESTRA LEADER RAY ANTHONY
Featured At Germans Concert Saturday
Kappa Rush Program
Ends At Party Tonight
Kappa Kappa Gamma's ru.sh pro-' night at the home of a Chapel
gram for the spring semester will Hill girl, Sophie Alartin, who is
be completed tonight with a party ! the undergraduate counselor for
at the home of Mrs. Joscpn l). ine sorority
Social get-togethers will be held
with the Duke chapter of Kappa
Kappa Gamma in Durham. Other
Page, a Kappa alumna of Chapel
The second in a series of three
parties was held last night in
WUh partour. social activities will be .eia at
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,l.,,r Hr r!niV. fori lO VJNU Coed, V, m Ko oui nnmc OI iiuuum.
Hunuimi H iii
support of retaining separate coun-1
cils, she said: "Separate councils!
:n i ( Vi'iml lo.vn more
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Move To Separate
Court Voted Out
By PRINGLE PIPKIN
The Student Legislature accepted a single Honor Council
for all students last night.
The body defeated by a vote of 27-13 an amendment to
have separte councils for men and women. At the close of the
meeting the Student Legislature had discussed and acted on
the first two articles of the bill to revise the Honor Councils
Debate began after Gary Greer introduced for the Chair
man of the Men's Honor Council an amendment to retain
two judicial systems separated on the basis of sex.
lender his proposal the Women's Honor Council would
continue to try social violations but the composition of the
jury and the council of five would remain as spec ified in the
Hugh Paiterson, a member of the
II I , Men's Honor Council, asked
The eighth annual World Af
fairs Conference, opened last night
with a speech by Sen. Hubert H.
Humphrey (D-Minn), gained mom
Natives of six foreign nations
who are currently studying or
working at UNC will participate
in a panel session of the confere
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Heads Elections Board
'Atomic Age Tactics
Is Conference Topic
By DAVE JONES
Senator Hubert H. Humphrey opened the eighth annual
Conference on World Affairs last evening in Hill Hall before
a capacity audience and the cameras of WUNC-TV. His topic
was Mutual Understanding in the Nuclear Age.
"America's foreign policy needs the inspiration of Works
of Peace not merely words of peace." Declared Senator Hum
phrey, as his main point.
"Before we can expect to reach lasting agreements with
the Soviet Union on such fundamental issues as arms control
and political settlements, mutual confidence must be built
up through the acceleration of private and public contacts
on all levels, for building better international relations in
volves more than action by government alone."
,)nbahly on Friday.
Kappa Kappa Gamma,
national sorority on campus, 1-
. . . K.,c,,i1 ,r mrrc one:
JUM s iun.u, u.-v nnK (.,,nnerlrd with col
if. limuiiv fmm the person accuscti. "'"
1. Mimuns imm , hi, Fl)sion (jamma chapter
Corrtctivt i here. The period of colonization
our Honor .system is corrective j j,, cnntinue through this semes-u-i
well as punitive, and to give ; t(,r unul installation in the
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corrective semen. .-, mv 1 tall.
1 Mrs. Alexander said that the
the new s()rorUy win be able to send only
a limited number of bids because
of the limited physical facilities.
the Legislature to consider the pro
blem with regards to reality. Ho
cited the problem of getting the of
fender to reveal all the testimony
before a mixed administration.
. He asserted that members of
one's own sex would be better able
to judge an offender. As each case
is considered singlely, he said that
"maybe unity in sentences is not
a problem after all."
Claiming the students live in a.
"special" society, Ragsdale did not
favor duplicating the civil law
courts. He said that it is difficult to
render a just sentence unless all
of the intimate details are known.
1. "Entirely Punitive"
If a man was reluctant to speak
he said that it was posible to rend-
, ler Resentence that was, only ''just
by ChancrfTor EmfrJJ cr ; He said that all wa3 nt
"Each of these people-to-people
contacts contributes to the total i
impression which the United States
makes abroad. Let us accept the
challenge of competitive co-existence
but let us be sure to com
pete." the Senator urged. i
Dr. James Godfrey, dear, of the
Senator Humphrey went on to faculty, yesterday issued a warning
set forth "the essential elements of to students to find out what their
a revitalized foreign policy for the
United States based on Works of
Peace." He called for:
The securing (f a houe for
the sorority is currently being at
On Job Field
known then the system might ne
1 "entirely punitive.
Gary Greer (SP), who said he did
not favor the amendment he in
troduced, claimed that a single
court provided" the greatest dc-
He said that the
mut m'C'-saniy Know u i "
about the individuals who come be
forp this body. I feel that certain
....... ,.. individual cases would the sorority is currenuy The final discussion group on
Ulis ill im - ,....i..i,.i. v., VnnLr .-vriIHIT . ,, u . J..-l
a joint temp. 11 uj o .m.-.. j summer worK win ue i-unuuucu
national director of chapters, who. afternoon .in the Council room
has been in L'napei inn uus "()f thc, Y Building.
for the rush program. ' .
Mrs. Alexander said yesterday j The discussion will emphasize
that Kappa will definitely be able 1 summer work in the fields of m
trt mnvo into a house by fall, and ternational student work, in ex-
.she hopes that the sorority will
have a house ready by April.
The immediate problem of a
place to hold weekly sorority meet-
tua Robert B. House, the panel will
discuss the conference's central
theme. '"Mutual Understanding in
the Nuclear Age" this morning.
A full day for discussion sessions
ha been scheduled for today. Five
which center around the "Mutual, offender was a boy or girl but the
Understanding" theme. question was not whether an of-
j ther they cheated.
Leaders of the discussions will j Charlie Huntington, chairman of
be: Dr. John Gulick, UNC anthro-1 the IIonor System Commission, said
pologist, "Middle East-Uneasy Tr- j that question concerned the ability
uce; Dr. Wiley D. Forbus, Duke of the councn to handle Honor vio-; ternity and Alpha Phi Amega ser
Medical School pathologist, lne 1 lations rather than social rule vio-
Robert Furtado, a junior from
Garner, has been named chairman
of the Elections Board by Student
Boby President Sonny Evans.
'iBob Furtado brings to the
Elections Board chairmanship two
years :of; experience, and X am cer
tain, that he will do a 'competent
and outstanding job, kvans com
"His integrity is unquestionable,
and he is a person of excellent ab- ( -ets on specific terms
ility and sincere leadership," Evan5
Furtado will be filling a posi
tion which was vacated by the
resignation of Arty Sobel, a senior
from Neponsit, N. .
The new chairman is a member
of Phi Gamma Delta social fra-
instructors are requiring in regards
to class attendance.
Since the new ruling on class at
tendance has been placed, primarily
on a student-instructor . basis, stu
dents are responsible for attendance
1. Marshalling and expanding our
resources of science and -engineeringnot
only pooling of NATO ef
forts, but also the 'vast untapped I regulations from all instructors, he
source of collective strength heresaiti
in the two American continents." ! ,. 1 '
novaluntine ihe defense bud-imttpr of class atendance - leaves
get, and assessing ' te singlemind.
ed concept of massive retaliation."
3.' While keeping bur guard up,
also keeping open the bridges of
possible agreement with the Sov-
never be revealed befor?
"I see no advantage in a ioint
council except in the administra
ti ,11. which in iM'lf i not so im
portant as the asurance f fa'y
Miss Whitehurst supported the
jury provisions of the bill becau.se
she believed a jury would present inf,. has bi-cn solved. These meet-
the possibility of bringing students
ings will bo held every Wednesday
periments in international living
and in encampment for citizenship.
rios.-r to the Honor system.
Miss Whitehurst has worked for
s vera! months with a group of
students to.sard revisions for im
prosing the presnt Honor Councils.
The sessions began Tuesday and
are being sponsored by the Cam
pus Christian Council in conjunc
tion with the Y.
United States and the Far East;"
McNeill Smith, Greensboro at-
torney. "Delicate srriHiuMiip
Struggle to Win the Uncommitted
Nations;" and Dr. Paul Marrotte,
Davidson College historian, "Cur
rent Streams in American Foreign
the responsibility for attendance, In
each class in the hands 0 the in
structor of that class," Dr. Godfrey
Since jt is likely that the instruc
tors will vary in the requirements
they make of the student, he con
tinued. "Students will be well ad
vised to find out from their instruc-
Quick Results Fetal
4. Adopting a "long-range perspec
tive" on the world. "It will be
fatal," Senator Humphrey warned, j tors what requirements they intend
if we insist on quick results'" in j ef to make for class attendance,
foreign policies. j Academic Obligations
5. Breaking out of the holding; "Beyond this precaution, students
operation atmosphere of our present should keep in mind the fact that
policy. i the present policy rests upon their
6. Respecting the neutrality of maturity and responsibility in meet-
vice fraternity. In the past he has j new born nations. "They are not ing their academic oongauons.
lations. j served with the Elections uoaiu, pro soviet. wcy f" ; vjii v. -
He claimed that the bill did not , th0 Audit Board and the Glee j selves." ; ruling, mere wm oe ..u cu
necessarily point to a civil court j , lub. , j 7. Making greater use of our eco-j given for any reason. However, cer-
svstem The offender must have ! . nomic strength. "At the moment j tain provisions have been made to
enmnlete confidence in these hear- An Arts and sciences majui Soyiet is increasing while tms ; take care of circumstances
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Engnsn, ruriauo u " country is lagging. 1 v.ouia oramaruy meui us.
The work of Robert Howard.!
sculptor in the UNC Department:
of Art, is includ?d in the lo3rd
annual exhibition of the Pcnnsylv-1
ania Academy of the Fine Arts in ;
Contemporary American oil ,
painting and sculpture is shown in;
the exhibition, designed to show a ;
nrt thrnui!- I
CrOSS SeCUOn OI cmnm. m "
hout the nation.
Th? exhibit will , remain in IMn
Udelphia until Feb. 23, when it
moves to Detroit where it will be
on display at the Detroit Institute
of Arts through April 13.
Another Howard sculpture, en
titled ' Landscape II." was recent
ly purchased by the North Carolina
Museum of Art and is now on ex
hibition at the Museum in Raleigh.
Howard is also Included in an
exhibition of contemporary sculp
ture organized by the Art Center,
Kalamazoo Institute of Arts in
Michigan, which is currently travel
ing to various colleges and gal
leries in Wisconsin and Michigan.
The following activities are
scheduled for Graham Memorial
today: Independent Women's
Council. 5-6 p. m.. Grail Room;
IP Caucus. 6-7 p. m.. Grail
ItiMini; Rules Committee, S-5 p.
ni., Roland Parker 1; SP Caucus.
7.7:P0 p. m Roland Parker 1;
GMAIt. 4-.' p. m.. Roland Parker
Chess Club. 7-11 p. m.. Koiana
The six natives of foreign nat
ions who will compose the panel
are Jean Pierre Boissavit, law gra
duate of Bordeaux, France; law
fik Tassan. an Egyptian working for
a master's degree in regional plan
ning; Miss Midori Sasaki, Hiros
hima, Japan, graduate student in
English education; Miss Sylvia
Hinnom, refugee from Estonia who
is bibliographer for the Medical
School's Pathology Department;
and Miss Sipra Bose, native of Cal
cutta. India, who Ls a Carolina
undergraduate an,d Dr. William L.
Participating in the sessions are
students and members of the Y
staff who have taken part in the
tvo" programs which are being
The purpose of the sessions are
to provide information for interest-
,.,1 t.ulmtc nn thf tvni's of WOrk.
nnntnrts nnri nnnlientions for en-i Barton. British senior medical of-
erin the work. 1 ficer from Zanzibar, now in the
in? the case, he said.
tlnitv of iustice I Regular.
He said he did not believe there
v,f manv matters which
would not be fought out before a.
mixed council. Defending a single
council, he stated that it would
provide a unity of justice and the
would be more ust.
Nancy Adams, a member of the
Women's Honor council, Udimtl, ;passed a bill approving "ngnt-io-that
those cases which were close- i k- laws Tuesday night. 9-7.
ly connected to the personal lives
of the offender were the majority
Expand U. N. Assistance j Students who must be absent tor
8. Stepping up our Point Four j legitimate extra-curricular activi
Program of technical assistance and j ties will have their names on lists
helping to expand UN technical as- j jn the director of student activties
sistance programs. "In NATO, he j office,
said, "we should be thinking in Extra-Curriculas
terms of Coordinating technical as- Sam Magill, director of student
sistance and economic aid programs j activities, said yesterday his office
The Philanthropic Literary Society for tne underdevelopped areas."
9. More active, constructive and
Parker 2: High School Honor
Commission, 7-8 p. m.. Woodhouse
Conference Room; Finance Com
mittee, 4-5 p. in., Woodhouse Con
ference Room; Tri-Iota. 9-11 p.
m.. Woodhouse Conference Room;
Cavalcade of Talent. 4-3 p.
Ends With Tie Vote
Should the University have the I nities and sororities to discrimin-
Campus Group Observes
World Day Of Prayer
The annual World Day of Prayer
will be observed on the Carolina
campus Sunday, Feb. 16. under the
sponsorship of the Campus Chris
Thc local group plans to unite
with the World Student Christian
Federation in an international or
ganization in celebration of the day
which is set aside each year in
honor of tho.se working to spread
Christianity among young people.
A special service at the Chapel
Hill Presbyterian Church is plann
ed for 7:45 p.m. on the day of the
right to direct sororities and fra
ternities against discrimination?
This question was debated by the
Dialectic Senate Tuesday night in fraternity is a private club, which
Gerry Boudreau, president of the
Senate, introduced the argument
for the positive side. He said, a
The bill for debate stated: The
University should not enact or en
force any legislation which would
infringe upon the rights of frater-
The Order of the Grail announces
that senior graduation invitations
will be on sale in Y Court today
and Friday from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Members of the Grail will assist
I seniors in selecting Invitations and
should have the right to discnmin
ate. Usually the discrimination is
not because of race or religion."
The negative side argued mat
fraternities are an integral part of
University" and therefore
should be subject to restrictions
The vole resulted in a tie, four
Next Tuesday the topic will be,
"Walter Reuther's Profit-inaring
Plan." The following Tuesday Dr.
Frank Klingberg of the History
Dept. will speak on, "The Effects
of Southern Conservatism on South
of those cases which came be
fore the Woman's Honor Council.
She sid she did not believe that
students of different sexes were
qualified to judge each other be
cause they were not familiar with
the conditions under which the
other six lived.
John Brooks (SF) claimed that
people would admit facts to mitig
gate their sentences. He suggested
that the Legislature consider the
majority of cases and accept tne
fundamental principle of having a
Sonny Hallford, student body at
torney general, asked that the legi
slature see how a joint system
would operate. Dot Pressly secret
ary of student body said that tne
judgement depended on the indivi
dual rathe thtfn whether the person
was male or femefce.
She favored a single council.
A vote of both members
guests ended in a 11-11 tie.
Pen Don Jacobs, selected the.trol armaments
evening's outstanding speaker, de
clared. "The right to worK is a
vital part of the constitutional right
tn live I Dlead for the future of 1
our country that unborn Americans
shall have the inalienable right to
I Joel Fleishman, ex-president of
the Di. said he had forsaken his
own society's meeting for the sec
ond time in. six years to speak out
against this bill.
will no longer make recommenda
tions for excuses, but he has re-
- t onH I fhot oil ctnripiit pvtra-eur-
imaginaiive use ui " 1 uucmcu mai
fiber bundance. ricular organizations submit lists
10. Continuous exploitation of "all J 0t students who are forced to miss
nnssibilities for agreements to con- classes because of out-of-town or
Rush Manual Editor
Soon To Be Selected
Carolina students with names
ending in N through Z may ex
change their passbooks for seats
at the Maryland game beginning
today. This priority will coninue
lhr6ugh Friday . Beginning Satur
day Uie tickets will be given on a
first come, first served basis. .
Chairman of the Ways and Means
Committee Warren Coolidge intro
duced the bill and related how
"monster-like" big business was
brought under public control. He
continued. "Now the monster of
trade-unionism must be destroyed.
Rep. Tom Long refuted Coolidge's
charge of corruption in unions in
saying, "Communism and corrup
tion is not typical they are the
The Phi's guest critic, ur. wu
liam L. Ivey of the department of
economics, praised the debaters for
hitting both the logical and emo
tional arguments that are used in
j discussions of this topic.
Union girls have been reminded
that the deadline for applying for
... . ii j 1
rush manual editor is veanes.ujy.
Before this time, any mteresiea
criri must submit a "dummy" con
taining her suggested theme for the
manual and any suggestions for
improvements. This "dummy" must
be turned in to Mrs. Martha De-
berry, whose office is on second
floor. South Building.
Interviews with girls will be held
after the Feb. 19 deadline for applications.
! local responsibilities.
1 This information will be on hand
(for the benefit of all deans. Under
j the new class atendance ruling.
the instructor turns the name of a
student in to his dean when the
instructor thinks the student has cut
; excessively or has missed three
j classes in a row.
j In the latter case, the dean will
j be able to take into consideration
the reason for the absences.
Paddv Wall, member of the Wo
men's Honor Council, was incor
rectly quoted in Tuesday's Daily
Tar Heel as saying that she knew
of "a single case" where boys and
girls had been implicated with
different sentences being handed
What Miss Wall said that she did , Smotheriy, ku.scu ...-
jnot know of one case. . j uuuu . 4
IN THE INFIRMARY
Students in the infirmary yes
Misses Jane Patten. Marjorie
Purr, Katherine Hannan, and
Hilda Holt, and James Furr.
Bernice Batts, Charles Black.
Alan Harris. Houston Everett.
Boyce Cole, Williams Ellis, An
thony Rand. William Evans. Mc
Daniel Proctor, Michael Barker,
Leonard Carpenter, Diffee Stand
ard Howard Smith, Eugwie White
head Frank Craighill. James
Thomas .Glenn Meltzer. James
Marlowe. Edward Leigh, Mryon