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VOL. LXV NO. 134
Offices in Graham Memorial
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1958
Complete OP) Wire Service
FOUR PAGES THIS ISSUE
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hi Gi-n -rm feso en
m . m c a i -1 v - .r- f a
s vy s
Sets DeadlineTo Apply
cants in room 2t8 Vcnable. Godwin
emphasized that knowledge of the
study manuals will be invaluable for
The deadline for orientation coun
selor applications is Monday, April
H. according to Orientation chair
man Herman Godwin. the test. Individual interviews with
A large number of applications ' .ill applicants will be held April 16
l.nve alieady been submitted but i 23. Students will be notified by cam
' we still need qualified men to j pus mail as to the time of their
carrv out the program." Godwin interview.
Godwin said the he and his com- j
ir.itice will select approximately lot)
men to participate in the fall pro-
t.rani. September 11-18. "1 am happy
that so many have already turned i
in their application, but I would
li!e to ur?c anyone else interested to
submit their applications before 6
o'dock deadline on Monday." "God
Application bl.u.K-, and .study man
tiaU are available at the YMC'A.
Lenoir Hall, Graham Memorial and
The committee will cany out its
selections in a two part program.
On April 1" at 7:00 p. m. there will
ho a general test gixen all appb-
Get April 16 Deadline
The deadline to submit applica'
tiont for the editorship of the Car
olina Quarterly is Wednesday
Address letters to: Miss Jessie
Rehder, chairman of the advisory
board, Bingham Hall.
For any question concerning ap
plications, please contact Miss Reh
der at her office in Bingham Hall.
Godwin reiterated' itic importance
(if nood counselors to tarry out the f
program. "Last jvar we had a good
to improve it this year. I again urge
everyone interested to Ret an appli
cation blank, fill i out and turn it
ii at the same place."
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v . y j-
v if it-M:
In aerorrtanep with Student Gov
ernment by-laws there will be n
meeting of the Student Legislature
this week .The provision which
governs this requires that there ne
no meeting of the Legislature with
in (tne week of a University re
cess. The 251 h assembly of the UNC
Student Legislature will meet for
the first time Thursday. April 17.
It will he presided over by incum
bent Speaker Don Furtado.
Thirrsdny. April 24. is the date
set for the installation of new stu
dent body officers. Ralph Cum
mings will take over as speaker id
PanhHI Council. 5-6 p. m.. Grail
lloom; Kappa Gamma, 7-9 p. .
Itobnd Parker II; Carolina Forum.
4-3 p.m.. Woodhouse Conference
ltiMHTt: C.MAIl Recreation Com
mittee, 4-." p.m., Grail Room ;
liridge Lessons, 7:0- p.m.. Ren
A:; ic n (!t butanles and post de
luKaiires !i;nr Ixei: invited to partic- ;
p;.te in i vtand tour of Vienna,
.inissils, L.indon and Paris under
the auspices o.r tt-e In. .'inaiional De-
nitante Hall Commitiee.
Many private parties have been '.
I laimcd by 1'uropoan post debut
antes who l ave been presented in :
New otk by the International De
luitanU Hall Commitiee. i
Tlie Hon. Miranda Maxwell Fyfe,
'I, lighter of Viscount and Viscoun
:ess Kilmuir. lord chancellor of
la. gland who was presented in 1956
..ml Susan Douglas, presented in
'ii."7. ate arranging gala parties.
Miss Douglas is the daughter of
I. okI and Lady Cecil Douglas.
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I i p. K 1 l-j
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SUDDENLY IT'S SPRING
so Bob Furtado and Anita Beck took to the great outdoor?; ...
Largest Extra -Cur ricular
Employs More Than 200
Bv DAVIS YOUNG
"We are the largest student extra
curricular organization on campus,'
srys Benny Thomas, president of
Graham Memorial Activities Board,
in reference to the organization
which he heads. "We have over 200
students working on our many com
mittees. Students can be proud of
the fact that we function entirely
on our own and are truely a stu
I dent union and not a college union.
; are "currently working on a bud- !
get of $10,900 which bas been sei
tile direction of Lloyd Shaw plans ; student body.
' and compiles the Graham Memori- Next year the Current Affairs
! al Calendar of campus events for Committee will replace the Forum
the fall and spring semesters as Committee. This group has been
well as preparing a monthly and j under the leadership of Lewis May
weekly calendar for the use of the
Charlie Sloan, junior journalism
major from Arlington. Va., was ap
Dailv Tar Hrcl
etarlenne year, by editor
(See GMAB. Page 3)
Don Furtado and Al Goldsmith,
candidates for president of the
student body released their first
run-off campaign statements to
The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday.
The runoff election for the pres
idential post, scheduled for April
15, was necessitated when neither
candidate received a majority of
the votes cast in the three candi
Furtado, the Student Party can
"Here at Carolina, the position
! of president of the student body is
j a job, not merely an honor. For
several reasons, it cannot be sud-
denly assumed and capably per
t formed without a comprehensive
! understanding of the varied tasks
land many student government op- show the UP retained its slim' (26-
24i majority in the Legislature. The
party swept 16 of 29 seats in the
A situation similar to one last
semester, in which an SP vice
president presided over a UP-dom-
inated Legislature, will be repeal
ed this term. Jack Cummings, act:
ing as speaker, will bang the gravel
Thursday night in the first meeting.
A tie. vote for Student Legislative!
candidates in "-Diprrn, Men's lV.dis-i
trict was resolved yesterday when j
John. Raper conceded the seat to i
Warren Jackson. Both men are SP
Raper and Jackson had placed ;
fourth in the voting for four seats, ;
each with 223 votes. Two other j
SP candidates. Ronald Rowe' and j
Otto Funderburk, were elected in !
last Tuesday's balloting.
One UP candidate, David Grigg.
pulled a surprising upset in the
L'pper Squad-Joyner district by win
ning a seat .Al Goldsmith, UP
presidential aspirant, said the Al
bemarle ferhsman did a fine job
of campaigning and added that
Grigg would make a good legisla
tor. . -
Final returns in the voting an
nounced by the Elections Board
i erations which the president must
i carry out.
"The many student and campus
problems which are presently so
obvious, (such as the need for a
men's dormitory visiting agree
ment, liberalization of the present
cut system, etc.) demand the Presi
dents immediate attention and ac
tion. At least the ground work for
next year's programs must be laid
now, if we hope to accomplish any
thing worthwhile in the near future.
.c r By BILL KIXC AID
The riin-off election for president
of the student body will be held
Tuesday. April , 15. '
The second .Vote resulted when
neither candidate in last week's
presidential race received a majori
ty of all votes cast. In Tuesday's
contest will be student party candi
date Don Furtado and Al Gold
smith, the University Party candi
date. Tuesday's election will be carried
out like all regularly scheduled
elections. Polling places will be in
the same places they were in last
Article XI of the election laws
states that a run-off shall be held
when no student government candi
date has received a majority of the
votes cast for that office. The two
candidates with the highest votes
shall be eligible for the run-off.
- Article V states that any run-otfs
required shall be held on the Tues
day following the election. Since the
week after election was vacation
time election officials have sched
uled the run-off next Tuesday.
Thursday marks the start of the program on the topic of ' Student
Spring Regional Assembly of the Responsibility.
All students at UNC who would
i r .. ,.f iim Cil OOO piven
i asuie mi vi s vim ui -
i . ... . - r - o
by the Student Legislature u . -a Region of the
; i nimnriil itcnlf U'p ImvP corn-I - . . . r-.....i.i -:...
editor of The ! lwl . j United Mates iNauonai sum em s- ne to
for the 1938-19.J ! i'111 sociation wncn win cuumiu-;
Curtis use u io i-iuipi..- i . j through Saturday al nanuoipu-
jects." I Macon Woman's College in Lynch-
i "The mar.v protects reterrea io i
"I am very pteasea io nave undi-i by Thomas include sucn wmeiy ; cedents from both
lie as my managing editor. I feel diversified activities as the Mardl
: he is the person who can make the Qras, free flicks and .receptions fol- j
i news operation of the paper func- j ioWjns fall football games. These J
: tion as it ought to," Gans said. j an(j others fall under the dominion ;
Gans appointed Paul Rule to be of tj,e 13 standing committees and
news editor lor the coming year. j t,e 6 executive officers. j
Other appointments included Bill; Qne of the biggest projects that1
GMAB undertakes is sponsored by
the Polls Committee, the organiza
tion which tests campus opinion on
current topics. It is currently head
ed by Janet Cobbs and sends out
periodic questionaries to the student
attend the conference
should see either Ed Levy cr Son
ny Eans today in the Student
! burg, va. j The purpose of the program is
Students from both Carolirias to set plans for carrying out th,
and Virginia will participate in a i recommCndations made by the
j President's Committee on Educa-
Frmnrial Staff Meetina ; tion Beyond the High School.
For Old, New Staffers
Kincaid as assistant news editor,
Davis Young as feature editor,
Dave Wible as sports editor. Rusty
Hammond as assistant sports editor.
Anthony Wolff as arts editor and
Barry Winston. Whit Whitfield and
Ed Rowland as editorial staff as
sistants. John Whitakvr and Fred Katzin
will stay on as business manager
and advertising manager respective,
in Graham Memorial.
Editor Curtis Gans also asked for
in iHv nekinf? such auestions as "do 1 applicants for the job of editorial
vo favor a cnanuv in me ruuui 1 rmi.....j
Many noted speakers will par-
! ticipate in the assembly including:
All current columnists and all j Dr. A. H. Edens, president of
those who are interested in doing Duke University; Harry Lunn, past
columns for The Daily Tar Heel j president of USNSA; Dr. William
are asked to attend a meeting to- j F. Quillian Jr., president of Ran-
m. in the editor's office ; dolph-MacOn; and Harold Bell,
president of the Virginia National
The three areas of discussion
day at 4 p.
(See' FURTADO, Page 3) t
Goldsmith, the University Party
standard-bearer, said in his state
ment: "I was most deeply honored and
pleased with the results of Tues
day's election. Although I cannot
deny that I would have liked to
have been elected at that time, T
I sincerely hope that they will
stick by my side in the coming
'As I have told many students
during these past weeks, I am run
ning for president not because I
feel this position is an honor
which is owed me, or because I am
seeking glory, but rather I am
seeking this office because I feel
there is a job to be done which j
has not been done in the past
For May 24
RALEIGH The North Carolina
honor council, to institute delayed !
rush and to abolish discriminatory
I clauses in fraternity charters. I do !
not feel that proper attention has
tory social facililies, to solving the
parking problem, to clarifying the f Merit System Council has announc
cut system and to solving other ' ed that written examinations for
issues. professional positions with the
4T think what the campus needs ! State Board of Health and the lo
is a change. For two years wo cal health units will be held on
have had a Student Party con-! May 24.
trolled student government and it i Written examinations will be
was happy to have led the ticket, j has left a lot to be desired. I think ien for the following series of
I wish to thank the many students : most hjgniy Gf lne present slu- i positions: nursing, bacteriologist.
on campus who supported me ana d t ud nresident. but at times ! chemist, health education, labora-
I have wondered whether or not i tory, public health engineering,
he is his own boss. I fear there j sanitary engineers, puppeteer, film
has been excessive control of stu-; serviceman, sanitarian, veterinari
dent government in the past by ' an, entomologist, psychatric social
non-undergraduates, and I believe ; worker, psychologist, sample col
it most essential that student gov- lector and draftsman,
ernment be undergraduate con-
"I think the only solution to
many problems on campus and vo
imDrove student government is i
change in administration, and I
IN THE INFIRMARY
. . -w ... f A - - .i 4 ...
"1 am one 01 many muuciu .,u . , . ... f , . th gan
I 1. i 1 A. 1
Iwill include the acquiring of new is not pteasea wnn now svucixil i ization in student government. I
ship of The Daily Tar Heel" and
What brand of cigarettes do you
The Calendar Committee under
. . . a r r i!.. .
According to Gans. the position teachers, improving tne enecuve-
calls for a person with a knowledge ness of curriculum and instruction
of typing and will demand about and student contributions to coun-
two hours work a day. seling.
government has been run. I feel j believe mvself quitc abiy prepared
that many pressing issues have j qj ms posilion x have not been
been neglected or made secondary
in the rush to establish a single I (See GOLDSMITH, Page 3)
Students in the infirmary yester
Misses Allayne Garton, Thelma
r.augham. Elizabeth McKinnon
and Judith Mayfield and Jimmy
Ruse, Hugh Clark, Charles Avery.
Jerry Oakley, William Lewis,
Daniel Moore and Robert Watson.
" ; '
THURSDAY THROUGH SUNDAY
Arts Festival Offers Full Schedule
: i .4
By MARY MOORE MASON
UNO's first Fine Arts Festival
will begin this Thursday and la.st
through Sunday night.
Tho festival will include a
Beaux Arts Ball fashioned on the
Artist's and Model's Ball in Green
wich Village; a sidewalk art ex
hibit; a performance by the Naval
Air Cadet Choir and of "An
tigone," the adaptation by Jean
Anouilh of Socrates' tragedy; a
panel on "Fine Arts and Science
in Modern toucauun, a
by William Lcland, pianist ami a
, I foreign film.
j All of the events of the loni?
1 weekend are being sponsored by
various committees of GMAB ex
J cept the Sidewalk Art Exhibit and
; the Beaux Arts Ball which are be
, i ing co-sponsored by the Recreation
Committee of GMAB and the Uni
versity Art League. Mary Moore
Mason is the coordinator of the
Festival for GMAB and Chuck Hos
kins is the adviser for the Art
- I"! 1 44T1 Ua nnrmt lrtf fr TTN orM i rt
Housten visiting professor of ra- that evening, a missian mm tea m vaau. .
dio-TV-motion pictures at UNC Days That Shook the World," di- next to the Methodist Church,
and well-known TV and magazine rected by Sergei Eisenstein, con- Friday evening the highlight cf
wTitcr- Dr Gregory Ivey, head of sidered by many the greatest film the Festival will take place. This
the art department at WC and Dr. director. The film which is a pic- is the Beaux Arts Ball. UXC's first
Warner Wells, translator of "Hiro- toral portrayal of the first days of costume bail which will have as
its theme A trip to uuier space.
SIDEWALK ART EXHIBIT
Marj M. Mason. GMAB Chairman, and Mary Davis,
Art League member, get a precieu)
FINE ARTS FESTIVAL SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Thur. 8 p.m. Panel en "Fine Arts and Science in Modern Educa
tion" in GM Main Lounge.
Thur. 7:30 p.m. Foreign Film (Russian) "Ten Days That Shook the
World ' Carroll Hall.
Fri. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sidewalk Art Show Franklin Street.
Fri. 9-12 p.m. Beaux Arts Ball Carolina Inn Music by "The Em
Sat. 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. Performances of the Naval Air Cadet Choir
Sat. 8 p.m. Petites Dramatique presents Antigone in Gerrard Hall.
Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sidewalk Art Show Franklin Street.
Sun. 8 p.m. Petite Musicales William Lelsnd, pianist, miin lounge
Sun. 8 p.m. 2nd performance of Antigone in Gerrard Hall.
Sun. 2-5 p.m. Sidewalk Art Exhibit Franklin Street.
The tickets for the ball, which will
take place at Carolina Inn from 9
to 12 p.m., will be on sale in Gra
ham Memorial for $1.50 a couple.
"The Embers" will play for the
Saturday evening the famous
Naval Air Cadet Choir from Flor
ida, who have appeared on many
TV shows, among them the "Ed
Sullivan Show," will perform
twice, at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m., in Hill
There will also be the first per
formance of "Antigone" given by
the Fetites Dramatiques, in Ger
rard Hall at 8 p.m. on Saturday.
The art exhibit will continue on
Saturday also, from 10 a.m. until
The Festival ends Sunday with
the performance at 8 p.m. in the
a ' u: t: a mw of the th Russian revolution in which main lounge of G.M. of William
The Festival win oegin wun me annua uiaiy auu - . . A u
nanel on "Fine Arts and Science UNC medical school faculty. The art rises above propaganda will be Leland, pianist, under the sponsor-
n Education" this Thursday night panel will be moderated by Curtis shown at 7:30 p.m. in Carroll Hall, ship of the Petite Musicales com-
at 8 o'clock in the Main Lounge of Gars, editor of The Daily Tar Starting Friday morning at 10 mittee and 1 the second perform-
Graham Memorial and will feature Heel. - o'clock and lasting until 5 p.m. ance of Antigone at 8 p.m. in Ger-
thrce authorities as speakers: Noel There will also be a foreiSn film there will be a sidewalk art show rard Hall. .
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STARTING EARLY FOR THE BEAUX ART BALL
Penny Norman. Anne Rig gins and Rmid
Bailey arc on their icay