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VOL. LXV NO. 137
Offices in Graham Memorial
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1958
Complete OP) Wire Service
FOUR PACES THIS ISSUE
py WYNDIIAM HEWITT
Changs" to make the life of The runoff campaign has been
the Carolina student better" were rjted as easier than regular cam
outlined yesterday, by Don Fur- j raiiIn by the UP candidate and SP
tad ). Student Party candidate for rarty leader. It was agreed that
president of the student body in
the special run off election Tues
day. "In the past few weeks. I have
given my ticws and plans on a
number of our campus problems
the need for a men's d.rmitory
visiting agreement, for a new stu
dent union, for fraternity self-
most of the real issues of the cam
paign were hashed out in the regu
Both sides said they were pretty
sure in the original election that a
tun-off would be necessary, although
tley-were hoping for a majority.
Pta Adams. SP party leader, said
the campaign had "certainly not
Mvcmmpnt. for faculty tav raises
and paid leaves of absence, for j as hard' for his P;ir,-V since the'
familiarizing the .students with the j V lre J1"" P:s,,i,,S ,mo candidate in
new Honor System, and for the
abolition of self-liquidating dormi
"These problems are evident to
each of us. but their solution will
require much time and effort by
the Prcsdent of the student body
and many others before we can
see tangible results.
"Presently, men at Carolina
have few acceptable places to stu
dy at night. The Library in addi
tion to often becoming a social
thoroughfare, closes at 10:30. just
about the time that many students
these groups understand each
other and even work with each
other from time to time.
"3. Encourage dorm presi
dents and advisors to encourage
(See FURTADO, page 3)
the run-oft. Adams said he thought,
"The heat of the campaign got hold
of the L'P of late and their desire j
to win has made them over eager."
AI Goldsmith, candidate for presi
dent of tlie student body on the UP
ticket, said he thinks this has been
a "clean and hard fought cam
paign. " He said the run off was
good and it gave the students a
cnance to narrow down their choice.
Adams said he was Impressed
with the leadership of Firrtado. He
said he that he thought most of the
people working on Furtado's cam
paign were of the same feeling.
Goldsmith said. "Things look good
in the run -off and 1 am especially
happy that many of Bob Carter's
supporters have come over to my
side." 4 ,
Prints Books Fast
Al Goldsmith, University Party
candidate for president of the
student body, called for more
cooperation among campus groups
in a statement yesterday, which
"Closer cooperation among var
ious groups on campus and a sys
tem by which the president of the
student body can bring a more
representative group of people
close to him for advice are two
great needs on campus today.
"1 do not think we can ignore
the fact that there is great dis
unity on our campus and like
wise that exists a situation where
too few persons are in a position
to advise the president.
"This , situation disturbs me
greatly. I have noticed, especial
ly during these weeks of cam
paigning the split between dor
mitory men and fraternity men
as weil as other factions on our
campus. I believe that instead of
allowing excessive factionalism to
remain we should strive to have
better understanding tfid more
unity here at Carolina.
"A start to improving this situ
ation can be made in student
government. During my campaign
I have enumerated several things
I would attempt to do if elected.
"1. Revise the president's
i cabinet to include heads of spe
cific campus organizations in
addition to. members ,at large. -"2.
Work closer with the IFC
and IDC in an effort to help
(See GOLDSMITH, page 3)
Tarenti Day Set
The internationally-known U. S. Air Force Drill Team will appear
as a highlight of the eighth annual Parents' Day celebration at, Car
olina Sunday, May 4, according to, an announcement Wednesday by
Larry Hayer, chairman of the event.
Other activities planned for the affair, which is sponsored by
Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity, are to include special demon
strations and exhibits in various departments of the University. Also,
visiting parents will be guided to points of interest on the campus.
At a faculty reception durng the afternoon the guests will be
entertained by the UNC "Glee Club. Following this Chancellor Em
eritus Robert B. House will address the visitors.
The day will conclude with a concert by the University band.
All dormitories will be open from noon until 2 p.m. in order
that parents may visit students' rooms. ,
Hayer, in announcing the proposed program, urged all students
to encourage their parents to visit UNC for Parent's Day.
Navy Air Cadet Choir
Singing Twice Today
ew r res in m a n
By STAN FISHER
An expected increase in the
number of freshman women en
rolled at UNC has led to the) draft
ing of new rules to govern all
freshman women. The new regu
lations will become effective in the
fall of 1958.
Fifty additional women are ex
pected at the University next fall.
They will be enrolled in pharmacy,
medical technology, dental hygiene,
and physical therapy. The physical
therapy program has recently be
come available to women students.
All freshman women, other than
those in the school of nursing will
be housed in the new wing of Spen
The new rules grew out of h
concern for all freshman women
by the Women's Residence Council.
They were drafted after approval
by the Women's Residence Coun
cil, the School of Nursing, and the
Dean of Women. In the past fresh
man women have lived on the Uni
versity campus, but not in great
enough numbers to warrant special
The U. S. Naval Aviation Cadet
Choir from the Naval Station in
Pensacola. Florida, will give two
concerts in Hill Hall on today in
connection with the Fine Arts Fest
ival being held here through : Sun
day. The concerts to be given at
4 p. m. and 8 p.m. are sponsored
on campus- by the NROTC unit
and Graham Memorial Activities
Sixty student Naval Avaitors
presently in flight school at the
Naval Air Basic Training Com
mand make up the group, which
has gained a national reputation
as one of the finest acapella chor
uses in the country. They have
This Evening At 8
By SEAMON GOTTLIEB
"Antigone" by Jean Anouilh will
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Show, the Ed Sullivan Show and the !
Fred Waring Show.
Other events of the Fine Arts
Festival taking place today will be
the Sidewalk Art Show from 10 a.m.
to 5 p. m. and the Petites Dramati
ques production of Jean Anouilh's
"Aantigone" in Gerrard Hall at 8
Pianist and. Wit
Three books in the past six
months that is the record of Dr.
Alan Keith-Lucas of the School
of Social Work.
His latest book. "Readings for
House Parents of Children's In
stitution." ha.s sold 1.400 copies
since publication date two weeks
It is the fir.t book of its kind
published in the United States
and reflect Dr. Keith-Lucas's
MOSCOW, April 11 (AT) The
.Soviet Union offered tonight to
join the West in swift preparations i
for a summit conference but de
manded that the top level meeting
be held even if preliminary talks
The Soviet attitude was set forth
in notes to the United States, Brit
ain and France. Foreign Minister
Andrei Gromyko delivered thctn
today and the contents were made
The Russian communications an
swered a joint Western declara
tion of March 31 which outlined
trms for arranging and preparing
(American and British officials
immexliately termed the Soviet re
ply a turndown of the Western proposals.)
work in workshops and courses
for matrons, superintendents,
counselors, housemothers and oth
ers who help raise children in
orphanages and other child care
His 'previous books are "Deci
sions About People in Need," pub
lished by the UNC Press in Sept.
1937, and "Some Casework Con
cepts for Public Welfare Work
ers." published in Nov. 1957.
His latest work, published by
the Workman Book House, in
Chicago, and is a paperback vol
ume, selling for eighty cents.
Professor Keith-Lucas is di
rector of the Group Child Care
Project of Southeastern Confer
ence of Workers in Children's
Homes and the School of Social
Work of UNC.
The project is unique in that
it teaches houseparents in chil-,
dren s institutions on their own :
campuses and is financed in most ;
part by the institutions themselves j
23 institutions in Virginia, the '
Carolinas, Georgia, Alabama and
Florida. Eight of the institutions',
are in North Carolina. j
Dr. Keith-Lucas is a native of
Cambridge, England, and is a
graduate of Cambridge University,
of Western Reserve in Chicago
and of Duke University.
The Alpha Phi Omega service
fraternity elected the following
officers at its meeting April 8:
president. Harold Johnson; first
vice president. Bob Cowan; sec
ond vice president. Angus Duff
and Bob Mathews; recording sec
retary, James M. Scott; correspond
ing secretary. Randall Etheridge;
alumni secretary, Allan Atwell;
historian, Jerry Morgan; sergeant-in-arms,
Larry Hayer and treas
urer, Robert Pearce.
Coeds Get Late Grant
For Valkyrie Sing
Lucy Posgate, acting secretary
of the Women's Residence Coun
cil, has issued the following
"It is a joint decision of Wom
en's Residence Council and the
office of the dean of women to
extend closing hour on Mon
day, April 14, till midnight for
those attending Valkyrie Sing.
Girls wishing to attend Valkyrie
Sing must sign out in their
dorms for late permission and
; sign in again as soon as it is
made televsision appearances on I bo presented tonight and tomorrow
such programs as the Perry Como j
This year the Orientation Com
mittee is making a concerted ef
fort to secure the most qualified
and interested men to serve as
Orientation Counselors for the
fall program. With this in mind,
the committee has devised the
following method of selection.
Tuesday at 7 p.m. in Room 268
Venable Hall a comprehensive test
ibased on the 1957 training man
ual will be given to all applicants.
Then through the period April
4-April 23 there will be scheduled
interviews conducted in the Wood
house Room of Graham Memorial.
Last year's manuals are now
available at the Information desk
of Graham Memorial and in the
Reserved Reading Room of the
library. All interested men have
been strongly urged to become
familiar with this material before
' Deadline on turning in applica
tion blanks has been set for Mon
day. These blanks can be secured
at the Y, Graham Memorial, Len
oir Hall and the library.
"If there are any questions about
counselor selection, or any other
phase of orientation, please feel
free to discuss it with me at the
Orientation Office on the second
floor of Graham Memorial, phone
These special rules are based on
those of the School of Nursing and
those of Women's College. They
will govern all freshman women
beginning next year.
Main provisions in the rules for
first semester women are as fol
lows: Hours Monday through Thursday
will be 11 p.m.; Friday through
Sunday 12 p.m.
House regulations will include
closed study Monday through
Thursday from 8-10:30 p.m. (One
excuse per week may be granted to
attend a campus function lasting
after 8 p.m. and study time' must
be made up within 48 hours.)
Out of town permission may be
granted for three nights (not-to
exceed 6 overnights during the fall
semester in addition to University
holidays and between semesters.)
Second Semester Rules
Rules for second semester wom
en will be slightly altered.
Women without C averages must
have closed study.
Lights must be out at 11:30 Mon
day through Thursday. Six cuts
will be permitted on this rule per
semester. (This rule does not ap-
Alec Templeton, concert pianist,
composer and improviser and wit,
. will ppear.Jhursday iji Memorial
Hall the Student Entertainment
Committee announced yesterday.
The program, which will begin
; at 8 p.m., will be free to students
j upon presentation of ID cards. A
i charge of one dollar wil be made
j for student wives and two dollars
! for others.
Templeton has appeared as
soloist with nearly every major
American symphony orchestra
and has given concerts through
out the United States, Canada, the
BrtLsh Isles and Australia. He is
known to millions through his
radio and television programs, in
cluding "Alec Templeton Time,"
in which he combines fine per
formance of standard works for
piano, and his own highly original
impersonations and improvisations
HAVANA. Cuba. April 11 (AP)
Tlw long rebel campaign against
President Fulgenico Batista fell
back into its old rut of hit-run at
tacks today after futile uprisings
in Havana and Santiago.
Fidel Castro's guerrillas attacked
transportation in Oriente Province,
long their stronghold. Rebels with
bombs and guns wrecked a train in
Pinar del Rio, in westernmost
Havana was quiet except for
scattered shooting in the early
morning hours. The army said most
public utilities disrupted by bomb
ings in Wednesday' uprising in
this capital had been restored.
Rain Or Shine
The first annual Sidewalk Art
Show, being held here in con
junction with the Fine Arts Festi
val, will continue its exhibits to
day and Sunday in the vacant lot
next to the Methodist church on
Franklin Street, if the weather
permits. The Recreation Commit
tee of GMAB and the University
Art League are cosponsoring the
show, wheh will be held in the
Rendezvous Room of Graham Me
morial Friday in case of cloudy
The work of both students and
townspeople is being exhibited,
and it was reported that several
of Ihe items on sale were sold
Friday in what was described as
j a successful day.
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night at 8 in Gerrard Hall. This
will be the third production of the
Petites Dramatiques this year.
Amanda Meiggs, who plays Anti
gone, played St. Joan in "The
Lark," the Green-Clad in "Peer
Gynt," and the part of Lavinia in
"Caligula," the first Petite Drama
tique production. William Dixon,
who is King Creon, is new on cam- ply to the exam period.)
pus and has appeared here in
Taylor Williams, the Chorus, has
played the Inquisitor in "The
Lark," Death in "Even the Gods,"
and Cherea in "Caligula." Carolyn
Marsh, who plays Ismene, starred
in Judith earlier this year and has
also appeared in "The Lark."
Kenneth Callender is Sargeant
Jonas. He is a popular M.C.
around campus and has played
Captain Fisby in "Teahouse of the
August Moon," Beaudicourt m
"The Lark' . and Joey Puccini in
"Thieves' - Holiday.". Recently he
made "a 'dramatic triumph as Eddie
Carbone, the tragic hero of "A
View From The Bridge,.!' , f., t ' en in this, ijrea t hope the men
Harold .Williamson has. played will;, be s understanding of these
roles in "Stranger In the Land," ! rules," she added.
"Cat in Gloves," "Hymn to the Ris-i Personnel Adviser' to Women.
ing Sun," and "Judith." ; Luann Thornton, said "In the past
Others in the cast are Lucy Ann ; the freshman women not living on-
Dur.lap, John Whitty, John Steed, ( the main UNC campus have been
William Pfefferkorn, Bobbi Dixon, j governed by rules different and
and Michael Okun. j more strict than those governing
"Antigone" is a tragedy result- j freshman women on the main earn
ing from the clash of idealism with pus. In the fall of 1958 all fresh
realism. Antigone rebels against I man women enrolled in the Uni
the orders of her uncle by burying versity and living in University
the body of her traitorous brother, housing will be governed by a-uni-Although
she has a chance to go form set of rules for the first
free, her stubbornness leads her time."
into tragedy. j More rules concerning special
The play was written during the i permission and fraternity visiting
German occupation of France and; are currently being discussed. They
is a subtle attack against Nazism, i wni be available in their completed
It was originally produced under ; form in approximately three weeks,
the eyes of a German censor' whoj-i Miss Thornton said,
did not realize the full meaning of .
Dean of Women Katherine K.
Carmichael, when questioned about
the present rate of droppings out
or transferring to other courses
among women students already en
rolled at the University, said the
rate is presently negligible; hut
that no forecast can be made for
"I think the rules the students
have drawn up for freshman 'wom
en will be quite helpful to young
women in forming good studj hab
its and will be conducive in; help
ing -girls . learn o jive in an or-
ggnized ;soc(ety.'' TneW rules are
nearly standard for freshman wom-
"Antigone" is directed by Peter
B. O'Sullivan, graduate major in
The first day of the Chapel Hili
Carrboro Merchant's Association
sponsored "Spring Swing" was re
ferred to as a success by mer-
I To Feature Pianist
The next program in Les Petites
' Musicales series will feature Wil
liam Leland, pianist from Jackson
ville, Fla. The concert which 5 is
' open to the public will be given
Sunday at 8 p.m. in the lounge of
A native of Pennsylvania,. Le
land is currently serving as organ
ist and choir director of St. Johns
Cathedral in Jacksonville. He has
given recitals in New Jersey, Penn
sylvania and Florida.
Two other programs are sched-
The second annual sale featured j ue in the current series of Les
many reductions in retail prices by ;petites Musicales. On April 20.
local merchants.. . Gene Strassler. tenor, will eive a
KAPPA ALPHA ROSE GARDEN Shown above are the Chapter
Roses for Kappa Alpha Order's Smith Province and the sponsors for
the KA "Old South Ball" being, held in Charlotte tonight. In the first
row are Mrs. Edna F. Helms, Wake Forest; Miss Mary Gratz, N. C.
State; Miss Julie Franti, Duke and Miss Lila Scott, UNC. Not shown
is the Davidson chapter's Rose, Miss Ivan Wood. Second row: Misses
Joyce Lowery and Anna Lewis, sponsors for Davidson; Misses Helen
Arendell and Bettz Taylor, sponsors for Duke and Miss Julia Ann
Howie, sponsor for N. C. State. Third row: Mrs. Richard M. Harvy,
sponsor for N. C. State; Misses Henrietta Reed and Kitty Ferebee,
sponsors for Wake Forest and Misses Lisa Anderson and Mary W.
Britton, sponsors for UNC.
The two-day sale promised to be
3 leading event for both students
and merchants financially speak
ng. Some local businessmen were
expected to price certain articles i
at below wholesale prices.
"Spring Swing" was held in
March last year, but was postponed
until April this year because of
A concert and street dance was
scheduled for Friday night in
Franklin Street, with the Sam At
water combo from Durham booked
to furnish music for the events.
Order Of The Old Well
Students who feel they qualify tor
membership in the Order of the Old
Well and have not received a point
sheet have been asked to notifv
Jerry Oppenheimer at the ZBT
House (phone 031) or Dean Mackie,
312 South Building immediately. .
recital and the final concert set for
May 4 will be presented by Francis
IN THE INFIRMARY
Students in the infirmary yes
Misses Elizabeth Carr Nichol
son, Thelma Louise Vaughan,
Nancy Elizabeth Pearson and
Martha Coltrane Griffin and
Hugh Mercer Clark, Sidney
Smith Bradfield, David Faulk
ner, Stanley L. Brennan, Wayne
A. Babb, Robert Stanley Drye,
Edwin Wilker, John Fernanda
Belmont, Max Kermir Holland,
John William Colescott, William
H. Colonna, William Wooten
and Bruce F. Caldwell.