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VOLUME LXVI NO. 19
Complete UP) Wire Service
CHAPEL, HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1958
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THEY GATHERED 'ROUND DAVIE POPLAR IN 1793
to cheer the founding of The University of North Carolina
Celebrating 165th Birthday
cial Ceremonies This Morning
By RUSTY HAMMOND
Carolina's Tar Heels return to
Kenan Stadium this afternoon at 2
with an upset victory under their
belt to take on a tough bunch of
Gamecocks from south of the bor
der in what shapes up as the lead
ing game of today in this area.
The South Carolina Gamecocks,
led by touchdown twins Alex Haw
kins and King Dixon, are out for
revenge from last year's 28-6 past
ing at the hands of the Heels.
The Tar Heels are looking for
their second win of the year aEter
losing the first two. They cooled
off Southern Cal 8-7 last Friday
night in Los Angeles.
The probable starting lineups:
A wide-open offensive game is passing and running, both from ; ground if they can go that way.
expected from the Tar Heel view- varied formations. South Carolina. The Gamecocks don't like to pass
point, as they will probably mix up though, will probably stick to the unless they are forced to.
Opening Made For Student
On Merchants Association
Persons interested in becoming i dent body informed of plans and
IW A I'KINCI.K I'll'KIN
Tin I'mv crsity nf North Caro-'
will iiUbrate the ltWSth an
niversary of its founding with
ceremonies to be held south of
South Building this morning.
All 11 o'cloHk classes have been
cancelled, regardless of the weath
er, in order to permit students
CAMPUS PICNIC BEFORE THERE WAS A CAMPUS
. . . sfartinj; a tradition that survives today
Student Leaders Outline Needs
To Trustee Visiting Committee
and faculty to attend the com
The University Band under the
direction of Herbert Fred will
start the observance at 10:50. The
laying of the cornerstone of Old
East on Oct. :12, 1793, will be re-
enacted in pantomine by mem
bers of the Carolina Playmakers.
Robert E. Ketler will serve as
narrator of th? pantomine. Those
acting include William M. White
as General Davie and Carl M.
llinrichs and David Richardson.
Russell Link will direct the pro
duction. Chancellor William B. Aycock
will lead the assembly. Joel Car
ter M ill direct the University Glee
Club in the renlitjon of "God
Ever Glorious" by Lvvoff and "In
teger Vitae." . , ;
After the ' exercises at South
Building the Naval and - the Air
l orce'ROTCs will lead the pro
cession to Da vie Poplar. There
"Hark the ?oiund"viH be sung
and the pageant concluded.
Chancellor Aycock will be
joined on the platform by Uni
ersity President William B. Fri
day; Thomas W. Alexander, presi
dent of the General Alumni Assn.;
Student Body President Don Fur
tado, and the Rev. James P. Carse
oi the YM-YWCA staff, who will
deliver the invocation and bene
This occasion will mark the
first anniversary of Chancellor
Aycock's installation. The exer
cises are belag held one day
early this year because Oct. 12
falls on Sunday.
Furtado ha; urged students to
attend this exercise.
LE J. Schroeder J. J"rye
LT P. Blazer D. Rogers
LG F. Swearingen C. Gaines
C R. Koes L. Rogers
RG F. Mueller J. Bodkin
RT D. Redding Ed Pitts
RE Al Goldstein B. Walker
QB J. Cummings B. Bunch
LH W. Smith K. Dixon
RH E. DeCantis A. Hawkins
FB Ed Lipski J. Saunders
the student representative on the
Board of Directors of the Chapel
Hill Merchants Association should
contact Miss Julia Staples, execu
tive secretary of student govern
ment, to arrange an appointment
with the student body president.
The representative will be an
associate and non-voting member
of the board. According to the bill
passed by Student Legislature
Thursday night, the representative
actions of the Merchants Associa
tion. Recommendations concerning the
Chapel Hill Merchants Association
are to be given to this associate
"The position does not require
the knowledge of merchandising
or accounting, but merely a desire
to carefully convey the sentiments
of the students of the University
and at the same time to dissemi-
Jfe added it was also "an excel
lent opportunity" for a student to
get an insight into the operation
of the businesses in the area.
"I think that this contact be
tween student government and the
merchants may alleviate problems
which might have arisen in the
past due to a lack of communica
tion and understanding," he con
tinued. Furtado expressed thanks to
Whid Powell and all the members
will keep the president and stu nate any information for the asso-iof the Merchants Association for
To View Slides
On Middle East
ciation which might pertain to the
students," Student Body President
Don Furtado said.
University officials, student gov-Reenter for campus activity,
rrnmcnt representatives, and fac-j Norman Smith and John Brooks
ulty members presented proposals 1 presented a report on the self-liq
V the Visiting Committee of the uidating program oi aormuory con
I'.ord of Trustees in the Chancel
lor's office yesterday.
The Committer will continue its
hearings today, before attending
the fitball Rime between UN'C
and South Carolina
Furtado outlined the need for a
program mvuiij iv"i-i "
sence with pay in order to add
incentive to teaching at UNC.
Smith pointed out that the pres
ent dormitory rent had risen al
most three times its dollars and
cents cost in 1947. He showed that
other schools In the United States
Don Furtado, president of the had eliminated at j least part oi
ad of the stu-'their self-liquidating program, in
student body and he
dent government delegation, em
phasized the need for a new stu
He pointed to the history of this
union to show it had been inade
quate at the time of its building.
and added that he felt that the
proposed, location of the new stu
dent union. Emerson Field, would
channel more students into this
area, in order to make, it truly a
Started By Sororities
order that education would not be
as great a financial burden on the
Charlie Gray, treasurer of the
student body, pointed out the need
for increased faculty salaries in
order that the University would be
competitive with other schools in
the country to say nothing of sav
ing many potential teachers who
might otherwise go into business.
Student Government Posts
Filled By Appointments
The Student Legislature Thurs
day nisht announced appointments
to the attorney general's staff, the
Men's Honor Council and the Cam
pus Cleanliness Committee.
Jack Spain and Dave Biren were
appointed as assistants to the at
Joe Warner, Ken Friedman and
Itury Edwards were appointed to
the Campus Cleanliness Commit
G. M. SLATE
Activitits In Graham MtmorUl
Political Scitnct Class, 10-11
a.m., Woodhouso Conftrtnco
Appointments to the Men's Hon
or Council were: Jeff Hair, Wayne
Bishop and Jim Rose.
All of these appointments were
made by Student Body President
Don Furtado and have not yet been
approved by the Legislature. Ap
proval will probably come at its
Six vacant seats due to resigna
tions, graduation or transfers were
announced Thursday night. How
ever,- appointments have already
been made to fill these vacancies
and will be read at the Legisla
ture's next meeting.
Vacancies were: two seats in
jTown Womon'3 ' District, one in
; Dorm Women's District, two in
Town Men's District I and one va
' rancv in Town Men's District ITT,
At 203 South
Students interested in obtaining
application forms and information
concerning Rhodes Scholarships
may apply at the office of Deaa
George M. Harper, 203 South Build
ing. A preliminary application vshould
be presented to Dean Harper no
tr than October 16, according to
an announcement. Students selected
to represent UNC before the state
committee will be assisted in com
pelling their applications.
The Rhodes trustees recently in
creased the annual stipenl to L.
50, or approximately $2100. This is
usually sufficient for cdticational
and personal expenses, the an
All sororities began informal rush
Thursday, Oct. 9, although pledge
quotas are complete at the present.
However, sororities may rush in
terested girls throughout the year
to fill any vacancies which occur.
Girls interested in informal rush
are required to contact the office
of the dean ol women at 206 South
Building. During informal rush,
coeds are entertained informally
with dinners and parties at the
If the sorority preference of the
rushee matches any bid she may
receive, she may then pledge.
The highly - touted Gamecocks
make their-entry into Kenan today
with a very creditable 2-1 record,
including an upset win over Duke
in the season opener. In the olher
games, Army turned the surprise
of their- lonesome end offense into
a 45-8 rout and last week the Game
cocks whipped Georgia 24-14.
Carolina, having lost two ol its
first three contests, is still rated
as the favorite team by mosi: of
the oddsmakers. The Tar Heel lino
looked tremendous against South
ern Cal, and the Tar Heel kicking
game got rolling for the first lime
South Carolina also has shown
promises of a great line in its first
three games. Many rate the first
two Gamecock lines as good or
better than any comparable lines
in the conference.
The Gamecocks' big problem last
year, a good offensive quarterback,
seems solved for good under the
direction of Bobby Bunch. John
Sounders, along with Hawkins and
Dixon, completes perhaps the most
powerful backfield in the league.
Carolina has made some changes
this week, mostly in the backfield.
Scholastic sophomore Rabe Walton,
who has moved around in the back
field all season, has been promoted
to second unit quarterback and will
probably see action today. Nelson
Lowe has been moved to fullback
John Schroeder has been moved
up to a starting position at left
end as Don Kemper will nol; see
action todav due to a bruise suf
fered against the Trojans.
A slide illustrated discussion on
Lebanon and the Middle East will
be given at the Cosmopolitan Club
Sunday by Mickey Gibson, a grad
uate student here who lived in Le
banon for the past eight years.
Gibson will be the guest speaker
at the second meeting of the Cos-
Open House Evening
Planned By Sororities
Sets Small Fire
On Third Floor
mopolitan Club at 4 o'clock Sun-1 morial Lounge
Open house at all UNC sororities
will be held Monday night from
7:30 to 9 o'clock.
The Panhellenic Council at a'
meeting Wednesday night set the
oto frr iVia in null nnon hnucp
T, T, u perty damage was reported.
Kappa Kappa Gamma, w hose
house is being ref'inished, will hold ! The blaze was believed to have
it nnpn t,nii in thf Hraham Me-; been set by a patient, who then left
A minor fire in the Psychiatric
wing of Memorial Hospital here
occurred Friday at 0:30 a.m.
No personal injury and little pro-
The Panhellenic Council also an
nounced that there will be a recep
tion for Kappa Kappa Gamma so
rority on Nov. 6 prior' to the m
the room. Tlie bed and mattress in
tbe third floor room were damaged
by flames and other furniture slight-
1 1 ly damaged by smoke.
i The fire was rapidly extinguished
ing plans for participation irt the Utallation of the sorority. The place 1 by the hcspiv.al maintenance depart
Chapel Hill and campus observance ' of the reception will be announced t ment with the use of hand fire
of United Nations Week,- -: slater. - - extinguishers.
day afternoon in" the Rendezvous
Room of Graham Memorial.
An important item of, business
on the agenda for the club is mak
if j ; ' .(..
GM 1-6 p.m. .
ties, dark coats, 4
white shirts , y
black sweaters hCf
NEXT WEEK: freshmen
Eight Social Rooms
Open To Girls Today
Social rooms in eight men's dorm
will be open at staggered times
to 6 p.m. today for coeds.
But instead of a dance in Cobb
basement after the social rooms
are closed to coeds, free juke box
music will be available in the Ren
dezvous Room of Graham Memorial
after the game today.
Social rooms will be open from
12 noon to 1:45 this afternoon and
again after the game until 6 o'clock
The dorms included are: Avery
Teague, Parker, Cobb, Conner, Joy
ner, Winston and JVIangum.
Graham Memorial Activities
Board is sponsoring free music in
the Rendezvous Room after the
game for all persons.
The dance in Cobb basement was
called off because a combo could
I not- be secured. (Combos were in
great demand this weekend espe
cially because, of Duk'i homecoming.)
Smoking Garbage Can
Brings Fire Department
Hot ashes in a garbage can
caused a lot of smoke at the Trade
winds Restaurant on the Chapel
Hill bypass at about 8 last night.
When employes of the restau
rant could not find the source of
the smoke, the Chapel Hill fire
department was called.
Firemen located the smoulder
ing garbage and dumped it in a
cleared area next to thebuilc ing.
AFROTC CADET OFFICERS FOR 1958-1959 Above . are the new cadet officers for the AFROTC
unit at UNC. On the front row, left to right, are Lt. Robert J. Knox, Lt. Daniel D. Drummond, Lt. Bog
dan M. Zlotnicki, Lt. Roger K. McGuire.. Lt. David C. Scurlock, Capt. John A. Rhcades, Lt. Henry H.
Rhyne, Capt. Philip T. Williams. Second row, Lt. Col. William S. Godwin. Maj. William F. Parker, Capt.
James A. Caldwell, Capt. Carey W. Daniel, Capt. Kenneth R. Walker, Capt. David A. Ellis, Capt. Donald
Kemper, Capt. Luther J. Davis, Lt. Neil C. Mullen. Not shown is Lt. Jack E. Thompson.
Cadet Lt. Col. William Godwin
Named Commander Of AFROTC
Cadet Lt. Col. William S. God
win is the commander of the
AFROTC this year. Cadet Godwin
is a senior, majoring in markering.
Lt. Col. Godwin's staff for the
academic year will include Cadet
Major William F. Parker, States-
Local Arnold Air Squadron
Made Area Headquarters
The local Jesse J. Moorhead
Squadron of the Arnold Air So
ciety, Inc., was recently selected
as Area C-2 Headquarters. -
The Arnold Air Society is a four
year national honorary society for
outstanding AFROTC cadets.
The Moobead Squadron was; sel
ected to be Area C-2 Headqusrters
by the six squadrons in this area.
The Units under the jurisdiction of
this headquarters, in addition to
the University here, are the Uni
versity of Virginia, Virginia Poly
technic Institute, State CoJege.
Duke University and North Caro
lina Agricultural and Technological
The headquarters here, which will
cne area conclave per year and
for all administrative coordination
between the units under its juris
diction and the national headquar
Carey W. Daniel was elected to
the position of Area C-2 Command
er and will hold the rank of Calet
Colonel in the Arnold Air Society,
Daniel has appointed the follow
ing men to the position and grade
indicated: Cadet Lt. Colonel Wil
liam F. Parker, executive officer,
from Statsville; Cadet Majors Dav
id A. Ellis, adjutant-recorder, from
Gamboa, Canal Zone; Philip T. Wil
liams, comptroller, from Charlotte;
Luther J. Davis Jr., information
ville, deputy group commander;
Cadet Captain James A. Caldwell,
Lincolnton, group operations'' offi
cer; Cadet Captain Carey W. Dan
iel, Durham, group personnel offi
cer: Cadet Captain Kenneth R.
Walker, Spartinburg. S. C, group
administrative services officer;
Cadet Captain Luther J. Davis,
South Mills, group material officer
and ' comptroller: Cadet Captain
Philip T. Williams, Charlotte, group
information - and 'fpecial services
officer; ; Cadet Captain James A.
Singleton III, Red . Springs, group
inspector: Cadet 1st Lt. Neil C.
Mullen, Lincolnton, assistant oper
Line officers, in-charge of cadet
leadership laboratory training were
also announced lor thrs year.
Squadron I officers will be Cadet
Captain David A. Ellis, Gamboa,
Canal Zone, commander; Cadet 1st
Lt. Roger K. McGuirek, Boone, ex
ecutive officer; Cadet 1st Lt. Hen
ry H. Rhyne, Mt. Holly, alministra
tive services officer.
Officers for Squadron II are Ca
det Captain Donald Kemper, com
mander; Cadet 1st Lt. Robert J.
KnoX. Salisbury, executive officer::
Cadet 2nd Lt. Daniel D. Drummond,
operate through May 1960, will be
responsible for conducting at least liaison officer, from Chapel Hill.
services officer, from South Mills;
and Joel E. Vickers, project and Wnvoton-Salem, administrative aerv
Band Squadron commander is Ca
det Captain John A. Lasley, Winston-Salem.
Cadet Captain John A.
Rhoades, Guilford College is the'
drill squadron commander.
The flight commanders for the
year are Cadet 1st Lt. Jack E.
Thompson, Coral Gables, Fla.,
Tlight "A"; Cadet 1st Lt. Larry A.
Stephenson, Willow Springs, Flight
'B"; Cadet 1st Lt. David C. Scur
lock, Greensboro, Flight "C"; Ca
det 1st Lt. Bogdan' M. Zlotnicki,
Colon, Right "D".
Students in the Infirmary yes
Vennia Jo Carpenter, Carol Dor
say Wemlt, Dorothy Ann Linvillr,
Carolyn Vaught, Bryan Grimes.
Walker Munroe Brown, John Ed
win Reeves, Nelson Livingston
Burton, Ray Davis Fennell, Char
les Thomas Davis, Carl Cecil Hen-
dricksnn, John Eric Parrish, Wil
liam Alexander Stephenson. Ger
ald Thomas Kilpatrick, Richard
Lewis Collins, Lawrence Harlia
Snyder. Frances LouLse Walker,
Gordon .Murray Thelin. James Ray
Wilborn and Franklin Pope In-man.