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VOL. LXV NO 126
Offices in Graham Memorial
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1958
Complete UP) Wire Service
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ica's rock and roll idol held up his
tiuht hand today nnd took the oath
that made him Pvt. Presley, Elvis
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boated in northwest Arkansas
T,,nc he and other draftees and
vnhintrers sworn in at the same
time will sweat through eight
weeks of hasic infantry training.
The 14 draftees and 7 volunteers
I' ft for Chaffee, riding in a char
tered o:is. I reslev was appointed
"private in char.ee."
WASHINGTON. March 24 (AP
The American Municipal Assn. ur
ged the government today to numn
another 82?) million dollars into ex
isting local construction programs
In take up some of the current em
Airports, sewa?c treatment
plant?. Hospitals, highways and ur
ban renewals are some of the "rea
dv to go" projects on which federal
aid could he increased. Mayor
Ceoree Christonher of San Franci
sco. AM. President, proposed.
He outlined the idea in a letter
to President F.isenhowcr mad?
public by the Association today.
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For Tor 'Heel Editor
By DAVE JONES
Editorship candidate Curtis Gans
was endorsed by the Student Party
test night. This action came after
the party had heard from all five
candidates and after a brief dis
eusion on the question -of whether
or not to endorse
Cans comment to the Daily Tar
Heel, immediately after having been
itojessor lancing to clas.s': "Llass
disniisiHulaml please dom't bray
o.v you icailk out."
Coed's quip after student poli
tical leader had knocked over a
Prps-i irhk)t spilled all wet her,
"Oh, me, another bnnaling poll-
Taff Heads Group
The North Carolina Personnel
C.uid.mce Association, meeting last
vve-k in Charlotte, selected as its
19'JV.V) president an assistant profes
sor of education at UNC, Dr. Luther
Dr. Taff. who had previously ser
ved as vice-president of a subsi
diary group of the NCPGA, is pre
sently teaching in the field of guid
ance at the School of Education,
lie was formerly on the faculty of
Weviern Carolina College in Cullo-hee.
'SUPPER FOR THE DEAD' Shewn is a scene from the Univer
sity of Louisville production of Paul Green's "Supper for the Dead,"
to be presented as part of The Southeastern Theatre Conference pre
sentation, "Out of the Sjuth," in Memorial Hall, March 28-29, at 8:30
p.m. Eight one-act plays by Green are to be given by college and
community groups from Virginia to Florida. Tickets are available
from The Carolina Playmakers, 214 Abernethy Hall and Ledbetter
Pickard. All seats are reserved at $1.50.
Candidates' Session Is
This Evening At 7:30
The Campus Christian Council will
hold a question and answer forum
tonight in Gerrard Hall from 7:30
to 9:30 p. m. The questions will be
directed to the candidates for Stu
dent Government president.
Al Goldsmith, Don Furtado and
Bob Carter will be on hand to ans
wer the questions submitted by the
council and questions from the gen.
The council will submit ten ques
tions for consideration and then the
meeting with be thrown open to the
According to the council this forum
is being held to raise questions
that have not been raised in the
Phi To Visit
YWCA Cabinet Offers
Vacancies For Women
All girls who are interested in be
ing on the YWCA cabinet for next
year have been urged to sign up
on the list on the bulletin board of
tho Y or to notify one of the mem
bers of the new Y executive.
The following positions arc open
on the cabinet: publicity, publica
tions Hoard. Y-Nite. Holmes Day
Nursery. Memorial Hospital. Dix
Hill. Gravely Sanitoriura, Town Fin
flnre Drive. Girl Scouts, Affairs.
World Affairs, Human Relations,
Campus Christian Council, Vespers
and Worship. Intercollegiate Rela
tions. Conferences, nnd office.
The Phi Society, one of Caro
lina's debating organizations, will
make its annual visit to Womens
The debate topic is be "Com-!
pul.sory Testing of School Child-)
ren at Age 12 to Determine Whe- j
ther or Not They Should Continue
in Academic Work or be Placed in
a Trade School."
The WC visit is one of a series
of steps aimed at increasing the
past or oyer looked.
The council's questions are as fol
lows: 1. "What qualifications should
candidates for the Honor Council
and jurors have? Are they being
met now : u not, how w in you see
that they are? ' " "j
2. f'What will you do to see that
Negro students obtain further op- i
portunitics in Chapel Hill? Consider
ing living quarters, eating places,
scholarships, movies etc.
3. What ,is your attitude toward
big-time athletics at the Univer
sity? a i Do you condone a special
group of students, ie.. athletes with
special function, segregated from
I the other students? What is your
I stand? b What do you think about
paying coaches' salaries out of line
with University professors?
j 4. "What will you do to enforce
or remove the no-di inking rule?
! 5. What problems do you see in
i fraternity Student Government re-
lationships? What if anything can be
j 6. How effective do you think the
I lienor Code is as, stated? What
I w ould you do to strengthen it ?
t. wnat useless otiices are mere
in Student Government and what will
at the trust that the Student Party
has placed in me. I feel that this a
mandate for honest, courageous
journalism on the U.N.C. campus."
The party's Vice Presidential
Candidate, John Brooks spoke
briefly, outlining the reasons behind
the question of his eligibility. He
then recommended that the party
set up machinery which would en-
"I am very gratified ; able a new candidate to be chosen
immediately in the event that the
! Student Council should declare him
) ineligible to run.
j On this recommendation, the party
voted to empower the Advisory Board
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ui cnoose a suusuiuif tanuiuait. tu
intetrested persons have been ad
vised to contact the board before it
convenes, should it convene tomor
row evening for this purpose.
Rudy Edwards was elected party
vice chairman by acclamation. This
party office was vacated at last
Monday's meeting by the resigna
tion of Leon Holt.
! Chairman Pat Adams presented
the p'arty's platform to the Group
and after a brief discussion and a
few minor changes it was approved
THE STUDENT PARTY PLEDGES
TO WORK FOR:
1. The establishment of a Women's
Visiting Agreement for men's
2. The estalishment of all-night
Eleven Aubrey Lee Brooks Scho
lars were selected Saturday in the
annual scholarship awards estab
lished by the late Aubrey L.
Brooks of Greensboro.
Brooks gave the Consolidated
University of North Carolina secu- j
rities worth about one million dol- j
lars. Income is used to help needy j
and worthy young men and women j
from 12 counties comprising the
"Old Imperial Fifth Congressional
District" to- attend any of the three !
units of the University.
The ones selected Saturday were:
To Woman's College at Greens
boro: Judieth Carol Bason of Gra
ham, Mary Doris Mitchell of Dur
ham, Elizabeth Susan Hayes of
Chapel Hill. Brenda Day of Woods
ville, Rebecca Joan Overby of
To State College: Charles, Alfred t
Burton of Oxford Orphanage, Ox
ford: Dennis Wade Bowman of
Westfield in Stokes County. Larry
David Nixon of Elkin.
To the University: James Curtis
Abell of Yanceyville, Erastus Ben
nett Parks III of Reynolds High
in Winston-Salem, and Allison
Eugene Wood of Jamestown in
The Brooks grants are valued at
$500 a year.
Thornton Brooks and Dr. Taylor
Brooks of Greensboro were present
and participated in the awards of
j President William C. Friday
i presided at a meeting at the Caro
j lina Inn, honoring the scholarship
! winners and runners-up from Ala
! mance, Durham, Orange, Person.,
j Rockingham. Caswell, Forsyth,
' Guildford, Granville, Stokes and
i Surry Counties.
3 The placement of sound absorb
ing wall phone booths in dormitories
without booths. (Booths' such as
those in the YMCA and in Graham
4. Liberalizeation of the Class At
tendance Policy to permit at least
three free cuts under the new at
5. The elimination of the "Self
Liquidating",1requirements in dormi
tory construction, which raise room
rent with each new building in order
to pay for its. construction.
6. A Central File of constitutions.
financial reports and membership
lists of all student activities.
7. Periodical paid leaves of ab-
scene for faculty members in an ef
fort to halt our loss of capable ins
8. The addition of IDC, IFC, and
WRC Chairmen to the Presidents
9. The successful operation of the
recently altered Honor Courts.
10. The immediate acquisition of
a new Student Union, through con
sulation with the State Legislature
and Budget Planning Commission.
11. Continued efforts to ettect a
workable solution to the Parking
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3 THE SEASON CHANGES In spring a young roan's fancy sup
posedly turns to thoughts of love, but this pretty miss seems more
concerned with the first cherry blooms than with which Carolina
gentlemen may be lurking near.-
Furtado Takes Swing
At Room Rent Hikes
I you do about these? Examples class
! 8. "What are your views on the
importance of Phi's position in the ! Present procedure for selection of
All ropy for The Dally Tar Heel
'"ust be in the office bv 4 p. m. on
the day before publication. Man
uzlnt Editor Mary Alys Voorhee
announced yesterday. This, she
pointed out. does not Included late
meetingA which staff reporters will
In addition, she pointed out that
"11 political slatments have to be
In the news office by 3:30 p. m.
the day before publication.
A large group of Carolina stu
dents is planning to accompany
the debate group and President
Jess Stribling .said any other mem
bers who wish to go should contact
him at the Sig Ep House.
editor of The Daily Tar Heel?
9. "What can be done to improve
student sportsmanship at athletic
10. What w ould you - do to or
through the IDC to make dormitory
life more conducive to study?"
Goldsmith Picks Kerr
To Manage Campaign
The following activities are
M-heduled for today at Graham
Memorial: Orientation Council.
4:30-C p, in.. Grail Room; Univer
sity Party. 7-10 p. m.t Roland Par
ser l.ounce I and II; University
!". 7-H:rni p. m., (;raU Room;
Womm'A Residence Council, 6:4S
! p. m., Woodhouse Conference
Room; System Committee, 7-10 p.
".. Council Room; APO. 7-9 p.m..
John Kerr, a senior from Warren
ton, has been named as campaign
manager for Al Goldsmith, UP can
didate for president of the Stu
Kerr is a history major, and has
been treasurer of the student body
and president of the Junior Class.
He is at present delegata of the
Grail and a member of the Stu
Commenting on Kerr's appoint-
Election Board Ruling
Postponed Until Today
ment, Goldsmith said:
"I feel most honored to have a
person of John Kerr's caliider head
ing my campaign staff. While at
Carolina, John has proven him-'
self to be an outstandingeader in
all. walks of University life.
'He is a sincere person who
truly has the interest of the cam
pus at heart. With a campaign man
ager like John and with the out
standing staff I have I feel most
encouraged about the upcoming
The campaign staff for Al Gold
smith, which Kerr will head in
cludes: Wayne Bishop, Kit White
hurst, Dot Pressly, Herman God
win, George Ragsdale, Benny
Thomas, Jerry Oppenheimer, Mary
Jane Fisher, and Russell Hollers.
Lloyd E. Berry, UNC graduate
student from Houston, Texas, has
won a 1958 Marshall Scholarship.
British Ambassador Sir Harold Cac
cia announced the award from
Washington Monday. The award
eutitlcs Berrv to two year's stu
dy at a United Kingdom univers
ity. Berry will do post-graduate
work in English for a higher de
gree at Magdalene College, Cam
bridge, and will take up his
studies this fall.
The Marshall Scholarships were
established in JP3 as a British
gesture of appreciation for Mar-
Today Is Last
Day For Juror
Today is the last day for inter
views for prospective men and
women Honor System jurors. Ap
plications can be found in the Stu
dent Government office from 4:15
5:30 and 7:15-9 p.m.
The reason for establishing the
new system is to make the Honor
System more effective by getting
more people in direct contact with
the Honor Council, and by letting
the students share more responsi
bility with th system.
In the new system the Attorney
General Committee investigates the
case and presents it in court. In
the actual trial, the jury decides
the innocence or guilt. Sentence
will be decided by the Honor Coun
cil: The jury is composed of: two
permanent jurors from a group of
four and seven chosen from the
applicants for the rotating jury.
The new system is used separa
tely for both men and women.
Ping Pong Club
.The Chapel Hill ..Table Tennis;
Club recently received notice of
recognition by the United States
Table Tennis Association, accord
ing to Bob Galloway, president of
The club was formed shortly be
fore Christmas by a group of Uni
versty and high school students,
who felt that there was a need for
such a club in 'his area.
From 15 members at its birth, j
the club has grown so that it now
includes some 20 members and ap
proximately 150 active participants.
Chad Ross, Bob Brockman, and
Galloway are currently copping
the honors in the weekly ping-pong
tournaments, held every Sunday
night at 7 p.m. in the game room
of Graham Memorial.
Galloway said that he was cur
rently negotiating for use of Wool
len Gymnasium on Sunday nights
in order to have enough room to
meet the demand o" ping-pong en
Galloway invited all students
who have any interest in table
tennis to come and play any Sun
sity's facilities will be accompanied
by a rise in dormitory room rent.
"It is not the job of students at
a state university to provide funds
for the construction of dormitories.
This is the duty of the state of
a statement to The Daily Tar ; AWfu r.Pnnna Qnj fhM. ,llct
"I know that the self-liquidating
construction plan is as distasteful to
the administration as it is to the stu
dents, but this fact, in' itself, has
not eliminated the use of the self
"The president of the Student
Body must next year take a leading
part in an active student-administration
campaign to end the unwar
ranted and unacceptable policy of
paying for the construction of new
dormitories by increasing dormitory
Don Furtado, Student Party candi
date for student body president,
gave his opinions Monday increasing
room rent to pay for men's dormitories.
Heel Furtado said:
"During the past year, the Uni
versity has almost completed con
struction on three new men's dormi
tories. I am pleased to have these j
badly-needed facilities added to the j
University, but I am very concern- !
ed by the manner in which these j
new dormitories will be paid for on
a self-liquidating basis. j
"In other words, the students
themselves will pay for the dormi
tories through their room rents over
a period of years.
The Elections Board has post
poned the announcement of its de
cision concerning the alleged in
eligibility of John Brooks, Stu
dent Party candidate for vice presi
dent of the student body. ! Anyone interested in serving on
Bob Furtado, Board chairman, j the YWCA Cabinet has been asked
indicated that the announcement ; to sign up this week in the Y build
should be forthcoming today. I ing.
Carter Expresses View
On Vending Machines
Rents Will Rise
snan aici. in.
versities for t!
dents ( selected
The grant f
port to and fr
dom, and a
provide two year's
udy at British uni
blve American stu
lifnually on a basis
ors tuition, trans
L the United King
Candidates Who Missed
Meet To Contact Furtado
Those candidates who did not at
tend the compulsory meeting Mon
day night have been asked to con
tact Bob' Furtado by 6 p. m. to
day. If they cannot get in touch with
Furtado .they must have a written
statement In the Student Govern
ment office by 6 p. m. today.
It either case, they most pay
a one dollar fine.
Bob Carter, independent candi
date for president of the student
body, has initiated the idea of a
training program for student gov
ernment leaders. Carter also
spoke for a continuance of the
sharing of vending machine prof
its with the dorms.
In todays statement, Carter
"At the present time each men
and women's dormitory on campus
is receiving $50 from the vending
machine profits fro dorm TV re
pairs during the year. This money
was given only for the current
"These funds were asked for
because the doimitories were
spending a great deal of their so
cial funds in order to pay for
such repairs. I feel that this extra
money has helped the dormitories
financially this year and this prac
tice should be continued next
"Any of the repair money that
is not used during the year should
be carried over and in time a sur
plus would be accumulated with
which a new TV set could be
purchased. As president of the
student body I would work toward
getting this repair money for
"The use of this self-liquidating
plan will cause an increase in all
dormitory room rents next year. If i
the self-liquidating policy is eoCallS FUTtaClO
tinned, each addition to the Univer-
Student Patry Chairman Pat Ad-
ams endorsed Student Party presi
; dential candidate Don Furtado in
i a statement to The Daily Tar Heel
Adams said, "Don has impressed
all of us who have worked with
him this year with his quiet, de
termined leadership. He is without
a doubt the most experienced and
Commenting on Furtado's varied
activities in student government,
Chairman Adams said. "As vice
president of the Student Party and
speake rof the Legislatuer Don has
University Party candidates for
senior class offices announced their
campaign platform in a statement
from senior class presidential can
didate Jeff Hare. Monday.
The platform includes: setting
up the senior class budget as soon
possible and organizing the
all dormitories, men and women.
"Another area of importance in
student government is leadership
training. Many of the people who
are elected or appointed to posi
tions are not adequately familiar
with their positions to fulfill them
"Although a system of leader
ship training could not be planned
and carried out before the elec-1
tion, such a program could be
held after the spring election and
also one could be planned for
"I feel that such training would
be beneficial to all concerned and
would add greater continuity to
all organizations. Student Govern
ment would not necessarily plan or
sponsor any or all of these lead
ership programs, but it would be
the job of the president of the
student body to see that as many
organizations as possible had them.
As president I would try to1 see
that this would be done."
various senior class projects and ; shown thal he can nandle complex
necessary committees early. "I he nrnhlpms
UP candidate pledge to do the up
most to serve the class efficiently
and with credit to the offices to
which they aspire," Hare said.
Oother candidates on the UP
slate for senior class offices in
clude: Hamp Lefler, vice-president:
Betty Root, secretary; John Whita- j Part' has furnished able and ded
ker, treasurer and Sarah Arnold,
"He has 'worked on the Honor
Council changes, the Student Union
plans, as a member of the GM
Board of Directors, as well as
with manv other problems facing
the Carolina Campus."
Adams added. "The Student
Valkyrie Sing Deadline
The deadline for entries in the
Valkyrie Sing is today. Any or
ganization wishing to enter should
notify Peggy Funk at the Chi
Hare, who has served as clerk of
the Men's Honor Council and chair
man of the Summer School Council,
has served as chairman of the Fin
ance Committee of the Student
The Finance Committee, under
Hare's leadership, has made the
change to let the senior class pro
pose its own budget. In the past,
the budget had been formed before
the new officers took their posi
tions. Hare, who has also been an ori
entation counselor and a member
of the Bi-Partisan Selections Board,
has stated that he has "talked with
George Ragsdale, this year's presi
dent and wuold like to work close
ly with him in the various senior
projects -for the remainde rof the
icated leadership for the last two
years beginning with Bob Young,
and I am sure that Don Furtado
will offer the same dynamic leadership."
IN THE INFIRMARY
Students in the infirmary yester
Misses Carol Jean Suther, Nancy
Grubb. Jane Pulley, Rosalind
Earle, and JohnsieThomas and
Charles Phillips, Dean Culbreth,
Robert Peebles, John Ward, Mic
hael, Kopnski, Townsend Holt,
Joseph Ferrell, Edmund Lively.
John William Ott. Joel Fleishman.
Everett Ellenwood, David McFad
yen. Nelson Leverage, David Par
rish. Spenser Gray, Fred Baber,
Donald Patrick, Raymond Collins.
Abe Walston and Harold StenseL