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VOL. LXV NO. 141
Lewis Wins Top Awards
At Annual IDC Banquet
Lewis dorm walked off with most
of the IDC awards presented Wed- j
nesday niuht at the annual IDC !
banquet at Brady's. Besides the j
.'.ward for best dorm on campus. !
Lewis won an award for the most j
improved dorm. Paul Woodafd. j
president of Lewis .was chosen!
best dorm president, and Buddy !
Coikrell, alMi of Lewis, was pick- j
c.i best IDC i eireseutalit Lewis I
managed its near sweep by netting
h'vere't Dorm recehed a trophv
far second place in the best dorm !
contest, Winston was declared the i
t! ml p!.K winner alter the exeeu- '
t.e (ommittee broke a tie between '
Wuiston and Grimes.
Pa: LMnard of a itlin was select
ted as best member-at-larue. Out
s,aiHlni'4 committee chairmen were
The SOOth Detachment of the
C. S. Air Force has presented the
N'orthsiJe Elementary School with
a check tor forty two dollars and
ei;;hty five cents .
The check was for the pjrp so
t'T buing lunches for the under
priileued children who attenl
school and can not buy their own
Cadet Colonel Tom Farrcll. Cadet
Commander, and Cadet Captain
Jim Hay. the cadet comptroller
presented the check to Principal
Peace of N'orthside School.
The principal said that this con
tribution along with similar ones
from other sources would certain
ly make a lot of children happy.
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Open Tonight At 7:30
The Carolina Playmakers will'
present three new one-act plays
tonight and tomorrow night at 7: JO
in the Playmakers Theatre. The
plays are products of the play
v. riling class of Thomas Patter
son, of the Department of Drama
All work on the production is
I andled by students, the directors
being selected from graduate stu
(h ni in the department. The play
are ' The Dangers of Great Litera
ture." by Gabrielle Hoepke, direct
ed by Page Williams; "Mossell and
n For Fall
Advisors are needed for foreign
student orientation. The program
v. ill be September 13-I V Some fill
advisor i w ill be needed.
The purpose of this program is
ti help foreign students to adjust
ta their new enviroment. to learn
tie mechanics of the University, to
I'et some acquaintance with the A
rncrican way of life and to form a
personal relationship with the stu
di nt community.
There will bv two phases iu the
benign student orientation pro
gram, meetings and soei.d alfairs,
and minimal orientation including
( on e ..pondeiu e be! ween the arriv
ing foreign student and a designat
ed foreign student advisor on cam
pus. Tiie meeting of the foreign
students wi:h adisors will be an
t.ll.er part of the informal orient. i
Interested students have been
asked to apply at the campus
orientation ollice in Graham Me
morial or to contact Sipra Hose,
foreign student orientation chair
man. GM SLATE
The following activities have
been scheduled today at Graham
Memorial: University Club, 4-5
p.m., Grail Room; Political Sci
ence Seminar, 9-10 a.m., Wood
house Conference Room; Wom
en's Residence Council, 1:30-2
p.m., Woodhouse Conference
Room; Orientation Council Inter
views, 2-6 p.m., Woodhouse Con
Offices in Graham Memorial
Dims Bayliff of Mangum and F'rank
Berry of Winston. Winston Dorm
received a trophy as best dorm in
Among other events taking place
after the baked ham dinner, which
was served to . both old and new
IDC members and guests, was the
installation of the newly elected
dorm presidents nad IDC repres
entatives by Bob Carter.
Tom Walters, outgoing president
of the IDC. spoke for a short time
in review of the past year's pro
blems and achievements. Adminis
tration guests Miss Luann Thorn
ton and Kay Jefleries and numerous
student guests wvre ilso on hand
for the banquet.
A new pn!;r;;;n ti'U-d --Thing-.
T; a' Fall i.-om tie Sky" is being
given in Morehe.ul Planetarium on
tin campus of the Cniversity of
oith Carolina every night at 8:1U.
It will run through May 12.
Fxplaininr the nature of the de
monstration. Manager A. F. Jen
zano said comets, meteors and
cosmic radition create widespread
interest and attention periodically
' To know in advance the contribut
ing and inherent characteristics ol
these phenomena enables one to ac
cept their frequent appearance with
intelligent understanding and posi
ts e identiiicntion." Jenano said.
The school version, which wiP
b- presented Wednesdays through
I'rid iy at 11 a. m. and 1 p. m. is
recommended for children in
grades 4 through 12.
a i r-k I
the Laurel Buh." by George II.
Hill, directed by Lew Goldstein;
and " The Freudian Years." by Ken
C'liallendar, directed by Lucy Ann
The production of original plays
i- an annual feature of the Play
makers season. The list of student
Mithors represented since the or
ganization was first founded in 1913
includes such figures as Thomas
Wolfe, Paul Green. Hetty Smith.
I low aid Itichardson. Frances Gray
Patton. Ik-mice Kelly Harris. Jose
phina Niggli and Kate Porter
The public is invited to attend
thcM performances lree of charge.
Ai.dience leaciion to the scripts
will te sought billowing each per
formance, with the authors in at
tendance. Orientation Counselors
The Orientation Committee
strongly urges anyone who is un
able to be present at his assign
ed interview time to please noti-
ry eirner nerman Godwin or
Ken Hall at the PiKA House or
call the Orientation office, 9460.
For GAAAB Jobs
Benny Thomas, president of
CMAB. announced yesterday that
positions on the board for next
year will soon be filled.
imcresicu persons may get an- ;
plication blanks at the Information
Desk in 'Graham Memorial. The I
blanks must be turned in ther.o- j
Thn.se positions to he filled are
president, secretary, and" vice-pres-!
j ident. Interviews will bt held Mon
; day and Tuesday for these execu
j tive positions.
; Other openings are committee
; chairman for the thirteen commit
i tees which comprise GMAB and
amund 29f) committee members.
GMAB is the programming arm
of the Student Union. It is run
j entirely by students and operate.?
; on an annual budget of approxi-
j "Many interested, energetic stu
I dents are needed to make next
i year's program a success," stated
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For Memorial Hall In
The interior of Memorial Hall
Hill will take on a new look this
summer with the tearing out of ;
the old wooden bench.es and the ;
installation of upholstered seats.
This was the announcement
Thursday by Chancellor William ;
1!. Aycock and Harness Manager
.1. Arthur Branch.
The old heart of pine benches
which have served generations of ,
Carolina students since 1883 will
be sold to the highest bidder. Ac-
cording to Branch. "The wood from
j the benches will be valuable to
i building contractors, especially for j
I those desiring heart of pin, well
! aged for more than 73 years, for
; wall panelling and the like." j
The new spring-action seats, with 1
I upholstery in the backs and in the
. bottoms, possess sound asorption j
qualities which will improve the ,
acoustics of .Memorial Hall. With i
the old wooden seats in use, the
i reverberation of sound in Memorial ;
Hall made hearing ditlicult at ,
times, with "deaf spots" in the ;
auditorium. Tiie fabric in the new ;
Student Body President Furtado
uiged today that all persons inter
ested in student government ap
1 point merit sign up for interview s
' in the Student Government Office
in Graham Memorial. Office hours
j are: Monday 3:30-6:00; Tucs. 2:00
6:00; Wed. 3:30-6:00; Thur. 2:00-
6.00; Fri. 2:00-6:00. Furtado's resi
I donee phone is 80033.
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GOLDEN FLEECE The thirteen men tapped into Carolina's
highest honorary Monday night pose for a formal picture. Front
row, left to right, they are Clifton Hunter Tillman, Roxboro; Wayne
Staton Bishop, Greenville; Charles Hall Ashfcrd, Jr., New Bern;
John Clarke Whitaker, Jr., Winston-Salem and Jesse Weimar Jones,
honorary member from Franklin.
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA,
DCRM WINNERS Representatives from winning dorms pose with
their trophies. From left to right they arej Frank Berry, Winston;
Bob Haas, Everett: Paul Woodard, Lewis; poug Bayliff, Mangum;
Pat Leonard, and Buddy Cockrell, Lewis. j
seats will end that difficulty, he
Irwin Seating Company of Grand
Hapids. Mich., was low bidder for
the new seats which will be in use
by next September. Between 1,700
The new officers of the Panhellenic
Council took over their posts in
the Council's meeting Wednesday
Diana Johjison. an Alpha Delta
Pi, took offfice as president. Other
officers are Suzanne Ross, vice
president. Delta Delta Delta; Mar
tha Williams, corresponding sec
it tary. Pi Beta Phi: Ann Smith,
recording secretary. Alpha Gamma
Delta; Toy Johnson. treasurer.
Kappa Delta; and Mary Ann Keith,
project chairman, Chi Omega.
In the business of the evening it
was voted to close sororily houses
riming exam week, as is custom
ary. The rush problems of sorority
girls transferring ftnto the UNC
campus verex discussed, and some
plan will be presented next week
by Katy Stewart on this problem.
The Council decided to send two
or three representatives to a Pan
hellenic fashion show and meeting
in Raleigh. Girls from Duke, Caro
lina, and other colleges in the area
Activity booths for the Orienta
tion Week Carnival next year and
the organization of rush were also
FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1958
and 1.800 seats will be installed at j
a cost of $18.90 per seat. The pres-
ent arrangement seats about l,7oO
Seats will be numbered, witn
aisle room, theater style, and
there will be refurnishing of the
auditorium with floor covering and
painting, and improvements in the
stage. An improved public address
system has already been installed.
.Besides .technical assistance from
seating experts, the University also
received the service of Kenan Pro
fessor Glen Haydon, chairman of
the Music Department, who advised
on the acoustical aspects of the
installation, and Professor Sam
Selden, chairman of the Dramatic
Art Department, who also consult
ed with UNC officials on the
To Work With
The Women's Residence Council
has elected five girls to serve with
the six members of the Honor
They will act in trials of cases
concerning violations of Campus
Code, major social rules and ap
peals from House Councils.
The girls are: Libby McCord,
Cynthia Thompson, Jane Moore.
Jean Southerland and Bright Ab
ernathy! The nine member council is pro
vided for in the bill concerning the
addition of a jury.
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In the middle row are Harvey Peck, Durham; Jean Pierre Bois
savit, Bordeaux, France; John Charles Brocks, Greenville and Her
man Allen Godwin, Jr., Dunn.
' And in the back row are Robin Ledbetter Hinson, Rockingham;
Jan Philip Schinhan, Chapel Hifl honorary member; Roland William
Payne, Jr., Norfolk, Va. and John Christopher Whitty, New Bern.
Complete iff) Wire
Legislators Vote Against
Special Freshman Coed Rules
By DAVE JONES
A resolution putting the Student
Legislature on record as being op
posed to any rules which apply
only, to freshman wo'men and not
to all Carolina Coeds was passed
last night by a vote of 28 to 9.
This resolution, introduced by
Gary Greer, voices the legislature's
opinion on the new .freshman coed
regulations, but is not binding on
the Women's Residence Council.
Don Furtado, Ralph Cummings,
Faddy Sue Wall, and Charlie Gray
were sworn in as student body
president, vice president, secretary,
and treasurer respectively. The
ceremony was performed by Jim
Post New Members
Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honor
ary scholastic fraternity, has an
nounced the following 1958 initi
ates: Julian Tucker Baker Jr.; Frank
lin Lee Biggerstaff, Stanley War
ren Black III, Wilber Ray Boykin,
James David Brock, Larry Wesley
Brown, Robert Worth Brown, Rob
ert Laurence Cannon Jr.
Robert Michael Childs, Robert
Charles Costello. Robb Frayne Deg
non, Tom David Efird, Frank Calli
han Elkins, Thomas Moore Evins
Jr., John Birkhead Fox, Robert Par
Robert Vernon Fulk Jr., David
Quitman Garrison, David Lee'Grigg,
Robert Lee Grubb Jr., William Le
wis Harrington, Donald Eugene
Harris, Darrell Blain Hawkins.
John Howard Payne Helms, John
Robert Hester, Michael Orman Hill,
Charles Farris Himes, Edgar Jer
ome Hocutt HI, Howard Holderness
Gerhard Friedrich Liebscher,
Frank Webb McCracken III, Pete
Anthony Marks, Bruce Floyd Mor
ton, Bruce Butler Raynor, James
Bristol Rouse, Lewis Odis Rush Jr.,
William Floyd Savers Jr., Clifford
Carlton Simpson, Jerry Allen
Robert Chercn Stokes. Rudolph
The editor wishes to express
his thanks for all those who help
ed out with the first Daily Tar
Anyone interested in working on
the Yack but who failed to attend
the organization meeting yester
day has been asked to fill out an
information blank which can be
gotten at the Information Desk of
"It is very important that these
blanks are filled out so that gen
eral staff can be selected," stated
Cameron Cooke, editor of the Yack.
Long, chairman of the Student
Council. Ralph Cummings assumed
the chair as Speaker of the Legis
lature and recognized the new pres
ident. Furtado delivered the tradition
al inaugural address. In U he dedi
cated himself to the solution of
several pressing campus problems
and the maintenance of "our tra
dition in truth, student freedom,
The specific areas touched upon
by the new president were, the
Honor System, a new Student Un
ion, dormitory social rules, self
liquidating dorm construction, fra
ternities and sororities, student
parking, parking fees, class cuts,
Herman Walldorf, James Palmer
Ward, George Arthur Weaver,
Charles Monroe Whedbee, and Wal
ton Woodhouse IU.
Last year's officers were: presi
dent, Richard Hill Robinson; vice
president, Jackie Lee Lawing; sec
retary, Pringle Pipkin; treasurer,
Hugh. Lester Patterson and histor
ian. Jack Hollen Spain. E. L. Mac
kie is faculty advisor.
GU Day And Carnival
Is Tomorrow At State
The spring CU Day and Carnival
Night of the Consolidated Univer
sity will be held tomorrow at the
College Union building on the cam
pus of N. C. State College.
- The. day will consist of carnival
games, an informal dance and the
crowning of the CU Day Queen.
The major purpose of this com
bined project is to promote a
friendly competitive spirit among j
campus organizations at the three
schools and give the schools a
chance to participate in one large
Booths will be constructed by
organizations of, the three campuses
and will be assembled on the sec
ond floor of the student union.
They will be open from 1-11 p.m.
Kelly Maness, president of Con
solidated University Student Coun
cil urged all students of the three
schools to attend the event.
The newly elected YWCA Cabinet
members were announced Wednes
day. The list of officers includes
the ft blowing chairmen: Susan
Purser, Campus Christian Council
Representative; Susanne Mosteller.
conferences ; Peggy Whitehurst,
Dix Hill; Mary Geddie. Gravely
Sanitorium and Jenny Graham,
Jane Davis. Holmes Day Nursery:
Joy Howell and Martha Turner,
Hospital; Maymie Portef, Human
Relations; Kay MeGavran, Office
Force; Sue Campbell. Publications:
Boots Baker and Clara Mack. Pub
licity; Ruth Hoffman, Town Drive;
Dewey Dance and Jean Sutherland,
Vespers and Worship; Lucy Posg
ate. International Relations; Ess
Bruner, Y Mte; Betsy May. U. N.
Educations; Jane Walker, Faculty
The Cabinet meets on Thursday
afternoons at 4:30 in the Y Cabine
Room. The Cabinet has the power
to make legislative decisions in
relation to policies and programs
of the association.
Moore Named President1
In Sigma Nu Election
James E. Moore, a rising senior j
from Greenville, was elected presi
dent of Sigma Nu for next year
Wednesday night. !
Other officers chosen were Ash '
Exum, vice president; Ed Jennings, 1
treasurer; Bob Edwards, recorder; j
Fick Arthur, houset manager; Hart- j
well Bass, chaplain; and Dick
Hayes, reporter and historian.
FOUR PAGES THIS ISSUE
professorial salaries and leaves and
freshmen women's rules. L
Reorganization of ' the body
brought about the appointment of
John Brooks to succeed himself as
parliamentarian, and the election
of Charles Fittman as speaker pro
tempore; Doug Kelium, clerk; Da-
vid Grigg, Sergeant at arms; Cra
ven Brewer, Chairman of the Ways
and 'Means Committee, Bob Tur
ner, Chairman of the Finance Com
mittee; and Neil Bowden, chairman
of the Rules Committee.
Bills introduced included a res
olution to approve the constitution
of the UNC Amateur Radio Club.
It was given special orders and
discussed. The discussion revealed
that it needed committee work and
upon resolution of John Brooks it
was sent to the Rules Committee;
A resolution regarding the Fresh
man Coed rules was introduced
by Gary Greer. It passed by spe
cial orders 28 to 9.
A resolution to build a paved
walk from the corner of Raleigh
St. and Raleigh Rd. to Lenoir Hall
! was introduced by Dennis Rinzler,
to be considered next week; and
a bill by John Brooks to have two
appointees by the speaker serve as
delegates' to the State Student Leg
islature selections board. It too will
be considered next week.
The legislature will meet at 7:00
next Thursday night.
Contestants for the CU' Day
queen will be introduced at the
dance and crowned at 10 p.m. On
ly organizations having booths are
eligible to sponsor a contestant for
Paul Gene Strassler, tenor will
bo featured in a Petite Musicale re
cital Sunday at 8 p.m. in Hill Hall.
The program which is open to the
public at no charge is sponsored by
Strassler, a graduate music stu
dent at UNC from A'ppolo. Pa., will
be accompanied by Walter Golde,
Chapel Hill voice teacher and com
poser with whom Strassler is cur
The program will include four
songs by Gabriel Faure and a
group of German songs by Hugo
Wolfe, Brahms, Richard Strauss
and Edward Grieg. A piece by
Wagner, a group of English songs
by Vaughan-Williams, Peter War
lock and E. J. Moeran and works
by Yrjo Kilpiner w ill also be includ
ed. Strassler, who is a graduate of
Juilliard School of Music, .is known
for his solo work with the Univer
sity Chorous. He has been featured
as tenor soloist in the Chorus per
formances under the direction of
Wilton Mason of Schuts "Christ-
i mas Story," in Honegger's "King
i David" and as Hoffman in the
! " Tales of Hoffman."
As director of the Community
Church Choir, Strassler has led
performances of Fatire's Requiem
Mass. Charpentier's Midnight Mas.-;
and the recent presentation of
Luigi Cherubini's Requiem Mass.
IN THE INFIRMARY
Students in the infirmary yes
Misses Catherine Stewart, Thel
ma Yaughan, Cecilia Husbands.
Joyce Bryant, Francis Saunders.
Suzanne Ross, Beverly Scott,
Llewellin White, Eugenia Rawls.
Dianne Coats, Sandra Regenie,
Jeri Lasitter, Ann Inman and
Susan Saunders and Aubrey Ellis,
Robert Ott, James Sinclair, Char
les Doughtridge, John Mc Connell,
Ronald Copeland, Edward Jen
nings, Joseph White, Laurence
Wilson, Roger Chastain, William
Johnson, William Lewis, Douglas
McCall and Clifton Paderkk.