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VOL. LXV NO. 107
Offices in Graliam Memorial
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1958
Complete UP) Wire Service
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'TO THE VICTOR GOES THE SPOILS' For several weeks now Tri Delts have been carefully sav
ing empty Philip Morris and Marlboro cigarette packs for a contest sponsored by Philip f.orris, Inc.
For their efforts they are now enjoying this new Hi Fi record player which they won. Gathered around
listening to records are I to r, Emily Wagner, Pate Barnes who was their contest chairman and
Lucy Forsyth. . (Buddy Spoon Photo)
Phi To Debate
Tin I'iii's debate lonnjit on aboli
tion of fraternities and sororities is
p'nu'fl if hrmint? out ndvanttiges
nnil (lis, ids iintiii's of the system,
f i evident .less StnWluvj said yes
Stiildii; s.nd hi .i statement that
if li-ad antaues of the system iire
found to outvMi-ht the advantages.1
Inic.dly they should be abolished,
lie said in the wave of adverse
publicity about the dreek letter
societies lately the debate will at
ford proponents an opportnuity to
public a! !y defend their system.
The I'hi will meet at 8 p. m. on
the fourth floor of New I'.ast (luests
v ill be welcomed at the debate.
Striblini; Commented. The bill
will afford ;m excellent opportunity
to openly debate the question."
SP Completes Ticket
For Legislature Race
make any short pertinent com-
Tlie Student Tarty completed its; Next Monday's meeting will be
slate of candidates for the Student i the nominating session foi the ma
Legislature and discussed its stand j jor campus offices of Student Body
on current campus issues last I President. Vice President. Secret
niht. Student Rody President ary ' and Treasurer. Head eheer
Sonnv F.vans addri'SM'd the group! leader and National Student's As-
on the partv's responsibilitv. sociation Coordinator candidates ' ments.
In nhhc.sin.. th.- newlv'nomin : will be endo,sed and Senior Class Under the proposed system, the
-it d c n ts 'v aid at officer candidates will be chosen. 1 Honor Council will try both men
' ' ' : "I . :. .Ll student fartv Chairman fat and women, but a Women's Honor
Hit t t H II i I - It TJ. ll1l.lV Ul
tuind o:i curr.-nt campus issues
' mi the ba.-is of what they know to
The uucstion of endorsemc
a candidate for editor of The Daily
Tar Ileid was brought up. Since
no one has formally announced his
candidacy, the party decided to
wait until the candidates can make
their intentions known.
The Student party also chose a
new treasurer to handle its fin
ances during the campaign, he is
Krw in Fuller.
The candidates nominated last
illicit weie: Dorm men's IV; Ronald
Is Topic For Forum
By ED ROWLAND
Sonny Evans and George Ragsdale will speak on the proposed
amendment to the student constitution combining the men's and
women's honor councils at an open forum Wednesday night in Carroll
Evans is expected to urge the passage of the amendment and
Ragsdale is to oppose it. The meeting, sponsored by the Forum Com
mittee of GMAB, will open at 8 p.m.
Sonny Hallford, attorney general, and Kit Whitehurst, chairman
of the Women's Honor Council, will be on the stage to answer fC
soecific auestioni from thp flrwir Rpnv Thnmic kq v,. r r-,,-. firMtf
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ine nonor councils are presently set up to handle cases according
to sex, trying only violations of the Honor Code, which puts a stu
dent on his honor not (to lie, cheat
or stel. The student body will
vote on the amendment in a speci
al election Tuesday, March 11.
The bill itself has evoked bitter
controversy, both in the Student
Legislature and among student
body officials. Judiciary members
have .issued statements opposing
i the change, while executive of-
ficials have favored it.
Thomas, chairman of GMAB,
I said yesterday. "We realize this
j time is in direct conflict with
i fraternity and sorority meetings
' on Wednesday night; however,
this is the only feasible time be
tween now and election day to hold
Thomas went on to encourage
groups who have conflicts that
night to bear the significance of
the changes in mind and make
every effort to attend. He said,
"Every interested student should
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Real Issue Avoided
Sonny Hallford charged yesterday that George Ragsdale "con
centrated his remarks on casting dispersions on an individual's in
tegrity." Hallford referred to Ragsdale's statement last week which
accused Hallford of not being consistently in favor of the Honor
Hallford, Student attorney general, said he felt Ragsdale, chair
man of the Men's Honor Council, did not focus his remarks on the
real issue involved. He added that his reservations about the bill
did not pertain to the fundamental principle of a combined council,
but to mechanics of it.
Hallford said some of the reservations he has about the amend
ment could be corrected in the special session of the Legislature,
Special Legislative Session
Considers Council Revisions
A change in jurisdiction of the main in the original court. The rea- ifically state what would happen to
proposed joint honor council will ! son given for this desired clarifica- ! cases as described above.
be proposed at a special session of i tion. Furtado said, is that personal
Student Legislature called for to- ! situations are most likely to arise
night at 7 o'clock in Roland Parker in cases of this nature.
I and II by Don Furtado, speaker
Furtado said yesterday he had
called this special session after
hearing a request from proponents
of the joint honor council bill, which
passed Legislature last Tuesday.
The proponents of the bill, he
said, want to clarify the jurisdic
tion of the Judiciary such that any
case involvina an honor council of-
be Ihfre to n.wr imiImmw or .... -r- ' - . .
lense, wioiii is urou&ni iu u&ut in
In order to change these amend
ments to include the proposed clar
ifications, Legislature must approve
reconsideration of the bill w'hich
contains the amendments.
One person who voted for the. bill
may move for reconsideration. This
motion must be seconded and
a campus code offense, should re-
In a statement contained else
where in The Daily Tar Heel. Sonny
Hallford. representing proponents
of the bill, said they were advocat
ing the change because "we are
concerned with the feelings, attitu
dies and sentiments of the women
on this campus."
The bill, passed last week, con
tains amendments which will be
presented, to the student -body for i members - to .be on time what be X "jy reservations do not pertain
Hallford's statement in full:
"In regards to the statements
made by the Chairman of the
Men's Honor Council, George Rag;t
sdale, I have only the following
comment to make. I am stunned by"T
the statements George Ragsdale has -made
concerning this entire mat-,
ter. I feel that the Chairman did
not focus his remarks on the real
issue involved, but rather he con
centrated his remarks on casting
dispersions on an individual's in
tegrity. ' '
"I feel that the real issue in
volved is whether we should hav
one Council to try honor violations
for both 'men and women. I ant of
the opinion that men and women
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"d"lu uy d """"if."" - can determine whether a-man or
sideration to be brought about. woman is guilty or not guiity oi
Furtado said that regular attend- an honor violation and lhat it
ance regulations will apply to to-1 does not require separate courts
night s special session. He urged all 1 Q 0 this.
a vote on March 11. The wording U,aid would not be an expectionally
of the amendments does not spec- long meeting of Legislature
.imas uru.'s all partv members to Council will be retained to try
participate in nominations next violations of the Campus Code by
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nl (f f.el candidates available at Caro-; Code violations by men will still
111 (,f .... u .irfv. ibe tried by the Student Council.
' 1 1 Thc amendment will not effect
personal invitations to attend the ,
Hireling have been extended to Her-j
1 , i t O'Kccfc. editor of the Raleigh i
Tunes. ,md Jonathan Daniels, editor ;
of the Kaleigh News and Observer,
in addition to Tar Heels staflers.
Public Lecture Set
By Ice Age Expert
Richard F. Flint. Yale Universi-
ty scientist, will deliver a major!
address in the .National Science j
Foundation Teacher's Institute at j
the University Thursday at 8 p.m. J
in 207 Venable Hall. The public ;
i One of the main visiting lectur- i
Howe. Otto Funderbuck. Leon Holt, i ers in tno 266,000 science teach-
this portion of the court structure.
Is Coed Head
Juniors and seniors will hate
imotliir day to place their order
for class riiulH.
A representative will lake orders
tor rinirs in the V Court Wednes
day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.. the
Order of the (irail announced yesterday.
Jack Uaper Dorm Men's V; Ken
Harris. Rill Porter. !
Dorm Women's; Connie Herns- ,
teia, R tty K. Johnson. Betty Zeh. !
Town Women's: Nancy Davis. j
Town Men's HI; Jim I'ittman. ,
Bill Lamm Harold Dunnaodn Town ;
Men's IV: Gerald Bass. j
There legislature seats not fill- j
ed currently or those nominations
.which are refused or invalidated
', will be taken up as the first order
of business next week.
. In addition to those nominations,
a discussion of the Student Party
platform will be held, and certain
important campus issues will be
I acted upon as to endorsement or
Katie Stewart, junior coed from
Norfolk, Va:, has been named
chairman of women's orientation,
Herman Godwin, Orientation chair-
cr's special program in which the
Institute of Natural Sciences at
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. j ,s 1 ' .,' T , man. announced yesterday.
wUY mciik on "Earth, lime and ... , ...
the I'niformitarin Principle."'
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UP Convention Picks
19 Student Legislators
With 15 delegating totalling 132 i determine which one of three
students the University Party int- J candidates would have to run lor
tiated its"hominating convention" a six months seat rather than a
when it selected 19 student Legis- year seat in Town Women's Dis-
I lators durins a one and half hour tnct.
nieeiui lasi uigiu.
The convention had to vote by
delegations twice; the other nom
inations were made by acclama
tion. A political duel developed
when Charlotte Pope and Sylvia
Grumpier were nominated for the
same six months seat in the Dorm
Deadline for application of a
1958-59 Goettingen Scholarship
has been set for noon Wednes
day. Application blanks for thi
scholarship to study in Germany
are available at the Student
Government Office, the YMCA
Information Office and the of
fice of the Director of Student
Activities in South Building.
Doug Kellan and Mary Hartzog
were chosen to run on the UP
ticket for one year seals in that
district. Margaret Boaz will run
for the six month seat in the same
In Dorm Men's I Charlie Gray
was nominated for a year sear,
and one year seat was left open.
to the fundamental principle in
volved, that is, the belief that there
should be one council, but to other
mere mechanical measures in the
bill. These are measures which
the campus is not being asked to
vote upon, but are measures which
were left to the discretion of the
Legislature, and which may be al
tered bv that body when a need
"We have been concerned for a
long time with the matter of an
honor violation resulting out of a
social rule violation, and we have
advocated all along that when such
a case arises that it should remain
in the Council or original jurisdic
tion. "In this particular instance, an
Honor Violation that arises from
a social rule violation in the
Women's Honor Council would re
main in the Women's Council.
Thus a woman would be tried by
Coed Orientation Head
Miss Stewart was selected from IlUtandin2: i feei confident she
four candidates by a bi-partisan wUJ dQ gn excelient joD:"
selections committee. The original of
held ot nine applicants nau . Sororityf is majoring in poli- the delegations not to hold back
screened by the omen s Resui- sdence. she transfere.d to their best candidates to run for
ence Council. Carolina from Georgetown. Visita- Senior Class offices. He explained
The post is the first of its kino. .n Washingt0Ili D. C. that student Legislature seats
previous y women s orientation nau t,3n
. . .u k Horn elm ic artivp in thp TIT and i were much more important than
been separate irom me men a,
this year the programs wn oe tne Antuit- nyei
merged under the direction of member of the Women's Residence
Godwin. Council: Her previous experience
Godwin said, "We congratulate in orientation stems from similar
Katie upon her appointment. Her work at Georgetown: She was pre-
capabilities and sincerity make her sident of the student body there.
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tnrisiopner auues m ii... ,t,pmelv
II got endorsement for a one year " "'.7, ""r V"
. personal and sensitive subjects
mt: ut.cSi.w.u3 . . ; norsonaI and sensitive
polled, the tally showed Crumpicr j seat, and one year ana one mx Mv Wc advocate
to be the party's standard-bearer months seat was left open. j the qe?tion, but to
for this Student Legislature seat. At this time the party made no , provisions for what we feel
George nagsaaie, iiieu wdiu
the class offices
He asked the delegations to Dorm Men's V. From the Women's
nut their best candidates "in a Dorm District Holly Deifell, Joyce
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nonuuauuns iui iu um. ..x ,nmr,t
seats in Dorm Men s III. In Dorm j
Men's IV Sam B. Smith was nom-1 To Introduce Bill
inatcd for one of four one year j "This measure will be introduced
seats. ! in a special session of Legislature
Angus Duff and Bill King were Tuesday night to be incorporated
selected for one year seats in into the bill, we ao mis Decdusu
we are concerned with feelings, at-
place where they can do some
The second vote was taken to
Strickland and Carol Tieslau were
nominated for one year seats.
(See UP. page 3)
tiudes, and sentiments of the wo
men on this campus.
"I call upon the support of all
(See HALLFORD. page 3)
Valkyries I ap Seven Senior
SrM ii senior women were tapp
ed early this morning into the
order of the Valkyries. Women's
honorary organization. In the sec
ret predawn ceremony the follow
ing wire recognised as exemplify
ing tlx- Valkyrie ideals of charac
ter, scholarship, leadership and
Miss Julia Ann Crater of Raleigh,
)arl Farnngton of Short Hills,
ri J. Mary Jane Fisher of Bristol.
,i ; J.ic'iuehne Voye Haithcock of
l annapoli. Betty Carolyn llufr
nan of Catawba. Barbara Ward
M.'idisiui 11 f Washington. 1. C. and
M.ntli.i Cone Pafshley
The purpose of this
.stated in the Valkrie
7U a Valkyrie 1 will strive to ac
(N.e VALKYRIES. ptc 3)
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MARY JANE FISHER
JACQUELINE HAITHCOCK BETTY CAROLYN HUFFMAN
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