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CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1958
Complete iff) Wire Service
FOUR PAGES THIS ISSUE
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LYING DOWN ON THE JOB? No, that's Ben Clymer rehearsing his part as the unidentified
cjupst in "The Cocktail Party" to be presented tonight and tomorrow night at 8 p.m. in Gerrard Hall.
(Pete Young Photo)
The Cocktail Party' Opens Tonight
In Gerrard Hall For Two-Day Run
Mm- (o.kuil !nty" by T. S.
II. n' our n lie irol inllucntial
ni He Jo'h century, will ho
pieri.tcil tivu-J't and tomorrow
U!'.;M in (Icnani Hall at l p.m.
Seven .i i v lii Miiluie tlie proseuta
tiin itu l'i(li;u Peter Sinclair, won
i :iik in-h in to:'. I'.etty Rhodes,
ir.itii.it i arts in.ijor; I.'us.ell lank.
(M. en. it ic a''ts m.ijur: Hetty Sm
( I,. e . dr. ri i cntic tor the Chapel
H.ll U.ikl. S.mi Haker. U'rad stu
(le:it : I'orothy W. liters, graduate
(li.ini.irii ,ut ,-t ident, and I5eu C'ly
nier. uradii.ite !i!rar' Science ma
jor. Ail the a-t lias had previous
d'aii.iti evpenence, and many
hue appeued in Playmakcr and
1'et'e l'r.i'M.it,'iit productions ou
Him i ;i'mm, '
.I.iik-nn n Y-'i iiiiuiiiini rnicnt add-
c.t that I ic bciued tliat T. S K.ot '
v a - jn il'ap- t'c imi-t inlluential
ot ' 'm- a ( . n! in y .
I . 1 1 Im ACMT that I'.llot. pi ob-
tn His l).n kl ollllll.
T!:i i not to ay that
w , v nil ( nunant of vulgarity,
t ;., i .i r'ai. ti,lakon. Kliot was
a .hn ( kin.: ivlmement.
.1 . K - 'ii went on to say, "This
tail Party" and not feel a certain
sympathy and understanding fur at
least one of the protagonists."
In explaining Kliot's moaning in
the play Jackson said. "He is for
all his faith a pessimist. The most
problems is to be
Seamon Gottlieb, producer of the
play, announced that the public is
invited and that there is no admis
The play is sponsored by Graham
we can hope for are fragments to
shore against our ruins.' Tlje clue Memorial Activities Hoard's
to salvation and the solution of our ; Dramatique Committee.
Senator Spencer Bell
, The possibility of sweeping Hall.
' changes in the North Carolina judi-1 The senator from Charlotte is an
ciary system will be discussed by attorney and is chairman of the I sentation to show its importance in
S ate Senator Spencer Bell at a N C. Bar Association Committee on
I meoUnx here Monday nifiht. j ImproviiiK and Kxpcditin;; the Ad-
Ttio program, a Joint mooting of , ministration of Justice in North
the Law School Association and the Carolina.
Chapel Hill chapter of the League Hewiil discuss the work of that
of Women Voters, will begin at 8 t-omA:ttee in his talk.
.i a . m
p m in uie court room oi .Maiming
The pressing need for a new stu
dent union at UNC was pointed out
to the Board of Higher Education
Friday as administrative officials
met with the board in its biennial
visit to the campus.
Chancellor William B. Aycock said
the board looked with "manifest in
terest" upon the proposed student
union building for which the Uni
versity will seek funds in the next
biennitim. The structure is expect
! ed to cost over $1 million.
Meeting with the bor-rd for about
I two hours of discussion Friday, the
j administration also cited needs of
i the library and aired other prob-
found in absolute lems and projects confronting the
, University. Aycock said.
Noteworthy among these were the
"importance of the balanced pro
gram of the University in the sense
of strong undergraduate school,
graduate school and professional
Petite schools," Aycock said, along with
salaries and research at the Univer
sity. "They showed a great interest in
the graduate work and wanted to
know a great deal about it," the
Concerning the proposed student
union, Aycock said Dean of Student
Affairs Fred Weaver "made a pre-
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Tar Heels Hold
10-3 ACC Record
By BILL KING
Pete Rrennan su'un;jj a wicked hatchet and his Carolina
teammates celebrated George 'Washington's birthday by
chopping down tiie Maryland Terps, ()()-") before f)..')00
screaming fans in Woollen Gym last night.
The senior forward from Hrooklyn hit l for 20 shots
from the free throw line and wound up the night with a
total of 20 points to lead the way making Maryland's trek
along Tobacco Road a most unprofitable one. The Terps
lost to Duke Friday night.
It was a great home finale for
a 5 'A a
p r t .
a 1 1 1 1
,111. t a!'ia!( nilil)rry has
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a .'Klo.Mpai'-al writer, both
nd pl.iyw 11 'lit. tor it is a
' 1 la ;1? m Us to seek in our
crodn t-r the majority - the
1 1 I . . s '
Concern (her Struggle
.lai k -i.ii 'a ei t 0:1 to explain that
Pla.t . h.r all his intcllectualism is
,,)- ((a;',rrrd with the struggle
ot jr 1 1 1 m 1 n personality to reach
v. ,, km! ot s;,ininal fulfillment.
V . any.i.r to see "The Cock
Little Rcc' School Board
Suspends White Boy, Gir!
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'1 he l.iMle i;-'ck School Hoard
ai tided .1 whi'.c boy and irl for
t : 1 Wee!. - e
With the ap
( af'ls sa lug
;rr!a in connection
ear. ir.ee of printed
one dawn and eight
'Christian Science. The Divine
Solution to Every Human Problem"
U the title of a free lecture to be
given Thursday at 8 p.m. in The
Play makers Theatre.
The lecturer. Jules Corn of New
York City, is a member of the ;
Christian Science Board of Lecture
ship. For over fifty years this Board
has annually supplied lecturers for
all parts of the United States, and
in addition, regularly sends lec
turers into most countries of the
This lecture is being given under
the auspices of Christian Science
Society .Chapel Hill, a branch of
The Mother Church. The First
Church of Christ. Scientist, in Bos
The Society regularly holds church
services in Boom 2. Carroll Hall
The Sunday service is at 11 a.m..
Senator Bell has been active also
in the legislative movement to re
apportion representative voting dis
tricts in North Carolina.
A reception is to follow Bell's
speech, and both functions will be
open to the public.
Herbert Toms Jr. of Shelby is in
charge of arrangements for the Law
School Association's part of the pro-
an educational system, not just
something of luxury, but of vltat
importance to the University."
He said the administration point
ed out to the board its intentions
"to push for a new student union"
in the next biennium, 1959-61, as a
key project to be implemented dur
ing that period.
KEPLEY GOES UP FOR TWO
Scores Over McNeil's Outstretched Arms
(Norm Kantor Photo)
Campus Chest Fund
To Aid Nessfeness
Elections for the king and queen
of Carolina's Mardi Gras Weekend
will be held in Y Court this Thurs-
I Mardi Gras Vice Chairman Jim
Menzel said that the election will be j
held under the same conditions as
a general campus election, except
that there will be only one polling
place. Each student will have one
vote and their identification cards
I will be stamped.
Candidtaes will represent all
dorms, fraternities and sororities.
four Carolina seniors who closed
out their Woollen Gym career.
Brennan, Tommy Kearns Bobby
Cunningham and Rov Searcy all
; finished their cage career in Chapel
It was no pushover for the
Tar Heels, they had to battle the
tall, hustling club from College
Park right down to the prover
bial wire. It was Brennan's nine
straight points over a four and a
half minute period that gave Caro
lina a lead with which to work,
but the Terps fought back.
The Tar Heels held a 27-25 lead
at halftime and came back in the
second half to run that lead to
33-28. But the fighting Terps came
back to tie it at 35-35 and go ahead
38-36 with exactly 14:00 remaining.
Brennan Gets Hot
Menzel asked that groups that have That was when the hand
not yet turned in the names of their 1 some AllAmerican candidate hit
The Campus Chest theme of this cation. It was also discovered that candidates do so as soon as possible. 1 his streak . Brennan hit two iield
yenr "Help Them -to Help Them-1 many of the Northern colleges wel-( xe names should be turned in to i goals and four charity tosses lie-
selves" will certainly apply to "Ness- j corned the application of qualified
feness," one of the three agencies
which the raised money will go
"Nessfeness." abbreviation for the
National Scholarship Service and
Fund for Negro Students, is geared
to bring together qualified student
The visit here was one of three
to the Consolidated University by ! and educational opportunities
the Board of Higher Education on
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Visits were made at State College in
Raleigh and Woman's College in
Greensboro before the meeting here.
OI even greater significance next
Negros. Since these discoveries,
"Nessfeness" has helped to enroll
2.800 Negro students in over 280 dif
ferent colleges with over $800,000
worth of scholarships aid -from all
The 20 per cent of the Campus
Chest goal that will go to this or
ganization will be used not only to
either Menzel or Gerry Boudreau at I fore Maryland could get another
the Delta Upsilon House, telephone basket and the Tar Heels Jed 43-9-1301.
38 with 11:26 to go.
Nominations for the title of King
and Queen from each dorm and
greek group should be a couple who ,
are going to the dance together,
Candidates will represent all
Monday night about having their
Carolina held a sizable lead un
til John N'acincik hit two free
throws to tie it again. 51-51 with
a little over five minutes to play.
Cunningham dropped in a couple
ever, it is a service and not -a so
cial action program. ; seek out gifted individuals but also ! pictures taken.
It accomplishes this purpose by ! to offer supplementary help to those j The winners will be crowned at
attempting to peek out gifted in-, who have already been awarded j the dance Fridav night
The organization was established
scholarships by colleges but in in
sufficient amounts. The agency is
gram. Chairman of the League of w eek w ill be a meeting of the Board j in 1947 for the purpose of broaden-; almost totally dependent on grants
Women Voters' participation is Mrs.
B. II Wettach.
of Trustees in Greensboro, slated
for a session Monday.
Several Positions Are Open
On Carolina Handbook Staff
Don Herring, chairman of the 1
YMCA Publications Board, announc- I
od Friday that plans are being
made now toward the publication
ol the 19."8-193!) Carolina Handbook
Note Of Thanks
orientation guide for new students.
An extensive evaluation program
is being carried out by the Board
with the help of administration of
ficials. The report of the Board
sbonlH hr enmnletpd hv March 3
. , , .. . . j 'had an opportunity for college edu
Herring asked that all students i '
ing and increasing opportunities for from
qualified Negro students who are
accepted by universities whose ad
mission policy is not exclusive.
Out of the organization has grown
the Community Talent Search, which
assists local communities in dis
covering their hidden talents, hu
man resources or their undiscovered
gifted youth from all economically
and culturally deprived groups, re
gardless of race, creed, or sex
"Nessfeness" began after research
revealed how few negroes really
Tickets for the Mardi Gras are
available at GM's Information Of
fice. Kemp's Stephens - Sheperd.
foundations and allocations ; Campus Cleaners and from Gerry
Irom college Campus Chest drives. J Boudreau. Jim Menzel, Jim Vance.
Benny Thomas, Ray Briggs, Don
to ," at integrated Central High
Obviously the refeience was to
the expulsion of one of the nine
Ncgi' students enrolled at the
! interested in working on the Hand-
Fire Chief J. S. Boone has issued book fill out applications available
a note of thanks to the Carolina ! in the YMCA office,
students who aided the Chapel Hill Positions of editor, business man-
Air Force Team Coming
Here To Counsel Seniors
Capt. Wister B. Traynham Jr..
commander of Air Force recruiting
tions during Thursday night's Chap-j are open. All applications should t i activities in eastern North Carolina.
will head a special team of Air
Force personnel visiting the UNC
ramnns Tuesdnv and Wednesday.
authorized I and valuable church records from ' business manager beginning March
and Sunday School convenes at
9 .11) a.m. Evening meetings, at ' Fire Department in salvage opera-! ager, section editors, and office staff
which testimonies of healing are giv
en, arp held on the first Wednes- e! Hill Presbyterian Church blaze, j in by March 3.
day of the month, at 8 p.m. j Large groups of students helped j Interviews will be conducted with
' The Society does not conduct ajfiiemen remove furniture, fixtures ! those interested in being editor or
reading room, but all
The following activities have
been scheduled for today at
Presbyterians, 9:45 am., Williams-Wolfe
Lounge; Friends, 11
a.m., Williams-Wolfe Lounge;
Petite Dramatique "The Cock
tail Party," 8 p.m., Main Lounge.
The following activities have
been scheduled for Monday at
GM AD, 4 6 p.m , Grail Room;
Symposium, 4;CC 6 p.m, Wood
house Conference Room; Dance
Committee, 7 8 p.m., Grail
Room, Student Party, 7-9:30
p rr,., Roland Parker Lounge 1;
Pridy Club, 7-11 p.m, Rende
ivous Room; Student Traffic
Committee, 7:30- 9:30 p.m,
Woo-lhouse Conference Room;
Order of the Grail, 9-11 p.m.,
Grail Room; Petite Dramatique
"The Cocktail Party," 8 p m.
Main I Gunge.
books on Christian Science are a . ail- the flaming structure. One unidenti- 5.
able at the University library. fied student was slightly injured j The Handbook is published annual
The lecture and church services when struck on the shoulder by a ly by the YMCA in cooperation with
are open to the public.
piece of falling debris.
the Student Government.
Members of the team will be
available to counsel seniors on the
advantages and opportunities offer
ed by the Aviation Cadet Pilot and
Rev. Gordon T. Charlton Jr.. for
mer missionary in Alaska, will de
liver the Lenten Preaching mission
"Intercontinental Faith Missiles"
sponsored by the Episcopal Student
The series of sermons begins with
"Blueprints for ICFM" at 11 a.m.
today, and will be followed by
"Launching the Episcopal Missile"
tonight at 7:30.
Tomorrow night at 7:30 the topic
will be "Blasting the Barriers."
The final event of the week will
be on Tuesday night at 7:30, with
"Orbits for the Individual."
All sermons will be given at the
Chapel of the Cross, and refresh
ments will be served after the talks
at the parish house.
Interested students and townspeo
ple have been invited to attend.
Howard, and other members of. the
Mardi Gras committee.
The tickets cost three dollars and
I include the concert and dance Fri
! day. special activities in Graham
Memorial Saturday afternoon and
a Bermuda dance in Cobb Basement
IN THE INFIRMARY
Students in the infirmary yes
Misses Ilevia Junca, Lynett Ben
vegar and Jane Stainback, Mrs.
Harry Kirschner and James Phil
lips, William Neighbors, Thomas
Teague, Richard Midkiff, Perrin
Henderson, William Covin, Cecil
Rand, Harold Mohom, Richard
Bird, Thomas Blume, John Coch
ran. Bryan Grimes, Robert From
er. Michael Smith, Coy Garner,
William Evans. Larry Norman,
William Turner, Samuel McKenzie
and Willis Whitehead.
Carolina FG FT P T
Brennan. 7 20-15 4 29
Shaffer, 2 0-0 0 4
Cunningham. 19-6 2 3
Kepley, 4 3-2 3 10
; Kearns. 13-2 0 4
Salz. 4 5-2 3 10
Crotty. 0 0-0 0 0
Stanley, 0 2-13 1
Totals 19 42-28 15 64
Maryland FG FT P T
Murphy, 0 0-0 0 0
Danko. 11-12 3
Young. 2 3-2 3 6
i Davis, 4 1-15 9
i Nacir.cik. 4 4-4 5 12
Bechtle, 2 2-0 3 4
j Weingarten. 10-0 2 2
Halleck. 0 0-0 0 0
I McNeil. 6 6-3 . 4 15
' Bunge, 4 0-0 5 8
Totals 24 17-11 29 59
Sonny Hallford, William Geer
They Guide Symposium Destinies
Symposium Student Chairman
William Geer and Sonny Hallford
are guiding the destinies of the Car
olina Symposium on Public Affairs
as faculty and student chairman re
spectively. Geer is a familiar figure on cam
pus, being employed in the Social
Science Department. He did his
academic research here in Chapel
Hill and at Emory. The Citadel and
Columbia and has taught at Fur
man, George Washington and the
United States Military Academy.
He has published "The Govern
ments of the Major Foreign Pow
ers" and in collaboration wtih Her
man Beukema wrote "Contempor
ary Foreign Government." He was
awarded a Tanner Memorial Prize
for "excellence in inspirational
teaching of undergraduates" in the
year 1956. ,
Hallford too has proved himself
worthy of the position he now en
joys. His membership is numbered
in the Order of the Old Well, Order
of the Grail. Order of the Golden
Fleece and the IDC Honorary.
He is currently serving as At
torney General of the Student Body,
on the Board of Directors of Gra
ham Memorial and is a past presi
dent of the Interdormitory Council,
chairman of the Student Party, and
floor leader and parliamentarian of
of Survival from their
viewpoints with respect
fie, political, educational and ethi
"In the past, the Symposium has
directed its attention largely to
the Student Legislature. He is a j prdblems of the Southern United
senior from Rocky Mount and an j States. This year, the South will
applicant for the Law School. ! not be neglected, but its problems
Geer in a prepared statement for ; will be discussed in universal rath
The Daily Tar Heel said, the pro- : er than in strictly regional terms."
gram for the 1958 Symposium is
timely and important. Various con
tributors to the program will at
tempt to measure the Dimensions
Hallford stressed student interest
as the key to a good Symposium.
(See SYMPOSIUM Page 3)
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Symposium Faculty Chairman
cf free throws to send Carolina
ahead again but Nacincik's jumper
tied it at 53 all at the 4:51 point.
Sophomore Lee Shaffer, who
proved valuable in the clutches,
then hit a follow shot but Mary
land's Julian Weingarten countered
with a jump at 4:21. Brennan did
it again with 4:04 left to make It
57-55 and Shaffer's tap moments
later ran the point spread to four.
Harvey Salz, who played another
great game, then drove in for a
basket to make it 61-55. Salz stole
the throw in, passed to Cunning
ham who was fouled. Bobby hit
two free throws, then turned right
around and stole another throw in,
passed to Brennan and Nacincik
fouled out as he tried to stop
Brennan dropped in two from
the line and 'Carolina had an in
superable lead of 65-55. From there
out the two clubs battled on al
most even terms, Maryland finally
closing the gap to seven points.
Half-Game Behind Dukt
It was Carolina's 10th conference
win against three losses. The Tar
Heels now trail Duke (10-2) by a
half game with only the game in
Durham left to play. The Tar Heels
are 17-5 for the season. The loss
made the Terps 8-5 in the ACC and
i (See BASKETBALL, page 4)