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VOLUME LXVI NO. 37
Complete UP) Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1958
Offices in Graham Memorial
FOUR PAGES THIS ISSUE
Standards Committee ialks
Held By Two Coed Dorms
j By MARY ALICE ROULETTE
The first of a series of discus
sions about the proposed Wom
en's Social Standards Committee
were held in two women's dorms
The discussions were a result of
the meeting of the dorm presidents
with Nancy Adams, originator of
the plan. Monday.
. Nursr and Mclver Dorms dis
rued the committee in regular
The nurses devoted the entire
hour meeting to the discussion.
I)ewey Dance, president, said, "The
(.tneral feeling seemed to be that
if It were worked out and thought i f(,
fbout and well planned, the girls
were in favor of backing it."
I OUR COUNSELORS
' Jackie Kelly, another resident of
NEXT WEEK: Croups scheduled
IhU week far late fee, including
Dance Committee and retakes that
wifl or have been notified.
CM 1 e jm.
ties, dark coats,
the dormitory, said that most of
the girls seemed to be for it and
no one spoke against it. She also
reported that it was suggested that
there should be a counselor from
each class freshman, sophomore,
junior and senios who would sit
cn the campus wide committee.
Although the discussion in Mclver
didn't last an hour, there were
opinions expressed both pro and
Some of the arguments for it
were that it would help to prevent
some girls from appearing before
honor Council by .giving the girl ad
vice about her conduct before she
tommitted an Honor Council of-
nce; that it would help to define
the Campus Code: that it would
give the girls someone to whom
they could talk concerning their
vn conduct: and that the responsi
bility for speaking to a girl about
her conduct would be given to mem
Nts of the committee instead of
simply allowing a "pass the buck"
method to exist.
Arguments against the Standards
Committee included: that it would
cause the students to lose their
MOSCOW iffi Boris Pasternak
right to define a lady; that, since was told Saturday he is free to col
many girls have attended schools lect his $41,420 Nobel Literature
which stress ladylike behavior, most . prize in the capitalist world and to
realize what a lady is; that, al- stay there if he wants to.
though the committee is not to be This was the sharp Kremlin re
a judicial body, it could easily be- action after a personal appeal by
come one simply by laying down Pasternak to Premier N i k 1 1 a
certain rules, the violation of which Khrushchev to be allowed to stay
the Honor Council might accept as in Russia. Pasternak told Khrush
being a violation of the Campus chev he may have made mistakes
Code; and that it is an insult to
the girls who feel that they are
mature enough to behave in the
proper way without being told.
The general opinion seemed to be
that since the functions of the com
mittee are still rather vapue, it is
difficult to form an opinion about
The women's dorm presidents will
meet with Miss Adams again to
morrow. There probably will be
more dormitory discussions in the
in writing the novel "Doctor Zhiv
ago" and added:
"To go beyond the frontier of my
motherland is to me equal to
Pasternak, whose book criticizes
the Russian Communist revolution,
already has turned down the Nobel
Award 2nd indicated he would not
attend the award ceremonies in
Stockholm On Dec. 12.
Despite this, criticism of him and
his novel has boiled into harsh de-
Carolina Whips Tennessee
21-7 For First Win Over
T T n mm
iuiiTeers iin twine i
Tar Heels Takef
Klochak Gets 8 Points;
Smith Tallies Last TD
By RUSTY HAMMOND
Special To The Daily Tar Heel
KNOXVILLE. Tenn. Nov.
i Carolina s torrid 1 ar
Heels moved another steD
closer to a possible howl bid
mands for his expulsion from Rus- here today, as they rolled over
Stevenson Claims Ike
Doing Nixon s Errands
a tougli iennessee team 21-7
in very convincing style.
The Tar Heels were obviously
superior throughout the contest,
and were hampered only once by
I the Volunteer single-wing.
The win marked Carolina's Cth
Results Of Election
To Be Posted In GM
Here's something special for dyed
In-the wool Republicans and Demo
crats and anyone else Interested in
Reports on the election returns
Tuesday night will be posted on a
bulletin board in Graham Memorial.
Howard Henry, director of Gra
ham Memorial, said yesterday that I
G M would remain open longer
'than usual for those persons inter
ested in keeping up with election
The returns will be posted on a
bulletin board on first floor, Gra
ham Memorial, from information
on The Daily Tar Heel's wire
Curtis Cans, editor of The Daily
Tar Heel, said yesterday the paper
is offering a five-dollar prize for
the person who guesses the nearest
correct party representation in the
gubernatorial, representative and
Senatorial races. Duplicate prizes
will be awarded in case of a tie.
Only one entry will be allowed
per person, and this entry must be
sent to the newspaper office by
MINNEAPOLIS UP) Adlai ,
Stevenson Saturday night contended
President Eisenhower is running
political errands for Vice President
Nixon in the current campaign.
Stevenson, the Democratic Pres
idential nominee in 1952 and 1956,
commented, in a speech prepared
for a Dartv rallv that "von ran'l i
tell the new Eisenhower from the I Some cornntators, sizing him
up m recent months, have referred
to him as the "new Nixon."
dent to run his political errands
r.nS do the dirty work. But this
year we have the spectacle of the
Vice President's sending the Presi
dent on errands."
Nixon is widely regarded as the
man most likely to win the Republi
can presidential nomination in 1960.
sia as a traitor.
GENEVA UP) U. S., British
and Soviet delegation leaders ex
plored in a private meeting Satur
day the chances of reaching agree
ment on the policing of a nuclear straight tnis n against 2 .loss.
They appeared neither optimistic
nor pessimistic. During their 45-
minute discussion they carefully
avoided forcing each other into
old Nixon" and he added:
"It is nice, in a way, to have
the old Nixon back the stateman's
toga always did hang a bit loose
ly from his padded shoulders. And
I suspect Mr. Nixon also is not
unmindful of Old Guard delegates
in the 19G0 convention.
uui me irageay or tnis cam
paign is that the President has tak
en up where the Vice President left
hoff with the help of a new speech
"For the past six years the
President has sent the Vice Presi-
Stevenson accused the Administra
tion of a lack of leadership and pre
dicted victory for the Democrats in
es. it was the first time Carolina
had beaten Tennessee in 9 long
Game Different From Last Year's
This game was an entirely dif-
taking up rigid positions, informants ferent story rom last year's rout
Said. of tVQ hanrtc nf Vio Vnlnntoorc ac
The three powers formally opened the Keels struck hard and fast for
their conference in Geneva's Palais two touchdowns in the oDeninsz
Des Nations yesterday. Over the quarter then hung on tenaciously
next few days or weeks they must against repeated Vol attempts.
determine whether some avenue ex- Both teams countered once in the
ists for reconciling their conflicting second half, but Carolina just had
views on ending atomic and hy- too much for the hapless Vols.
drogen bomb explosions.
WASHINGTON UP) President !
Eisenhower Saturday set aside
He said the United States is los- Thursday, Nov. 27, as Thanksgiving
mg ground in the field of fnrpipn nav tt nrppH nil itiTonc tn aiv
o j M4 - v v.
affairs, and he added:
"The world is more dangerous,
not less, than it was six years ago
when the Republicans took office.
The free world is less united, less
confident, less sure of what it is
trying to do."
thanks for the blessings which have
signalized our lot as a nation.'
The President's annual proclama-
The first time the Tar Heels got
their hands on the football, they
marched 74 yards in 10-plays for
a touchdown. Wade Smith and Don
Klochak alternated with big gains
until Carolina got a first down at
the enemy 18.' Then Klochak took
a handoff , rammed off right tackle, j
ran right over three Vol defenders.
and galloped 18 yards for the score
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UNC ACCOUNTING SCHOLAR Dan Rommie Johnson (right), a
senior accounting major in the UNC School of Business Administra
tion, has won the Haskins & Sells Scholarship Award in Accounting
for 1958-59. O. N. Hutchinson, Charlotte representative of the Cer
tified Public Accountants firm, is shown presenting the scholarship
check to Johnson in Chaoel Hill ceremonias. Johnson is from Win.
FRIDAY IS NOMINATION DEADLINE
asK tor guidance in striving tor a
better world for all men.
Vice President Of NSA
To Talk With Leaders
EVEN DECIDES MARRIAGES SCIENTIFICALLY
tion also called on the people to Blazer converted to '.give, the
Heels a 7-0 lead with only 5:52
gone in the game.
Tennessee was unable to move
after the kick, and was forced tc
punt. Carolina then went 60 yards
in 8 plays for another score. The
big nlay of the series was a 35 yard
The University Partv will select aerial from Cummings to Al Gold
Fred Werner, student government candidates for the dormitory Leg- stein. Klochak moved the ball 10
vice president of the U. S. National islature seats and for junior class vards to the Tennessee 3 then Moe
Student Assn., will confer with ;yV, Dpf!an1i? earriprl thp mail into the
--invvo ai a nice ling luiiiui i uy iiigiik
pus leaders here Monday. jn Gerrard Hall at 7-15 en zone. The kick failed, but the
Werner, 22, is a J958 graduate of Thev will ronvpnp attain on Tups. Tar Heels led 13-0 with 5:40 still
Trinity College, where he majored day night at the same time and left in the first quarter. .-,
m Ingush and philosophy. He place to nominate candidates for Tennessee got a break in the
served as editor-in-chief of the the town legislature pat! and sonh- closing minutes of the third quar-
Trinity. Tripod. acc nfwc ter which resulted in its only score.
The executive committee pians of the afternoon. The Vols jumped
I ft 3
I S r js f f 1
osirions win oe ri ea
Campuswide Fall Election
University's Univac 705 Machine
Is Proven Jack Of All Trades
to have a platform ready to present
PTuesday night, according to Jack
Lawing, party chairman.
See CAROLINA, Page 4
By CHUCK FLINNER
; Bookies will be able to eliminate
"chance' In making odds.
Golfers can figure handicaps easi
ly. Marriage matches can be derived
Univac 1105 does It all. It is doubt
ful that the bookie orthe golfer or
boys and girls seeking matrimony
will be able to afford the $2.4 mil
lion monster calculator but UNC is
scheduled to receive one of the over
grown slide rules.
In 1932 an early Univac model
GM Water Off
The wtacr will be turned off in
Graham Memorial at least half a
day Monday, according to Howard
Henry, GM director.
' The barber shop will be closed
All day as a result, Henry said.
The reason for this brief incon
venience is because of repairs that
must be made to a water pipe un
der the darkroom In the basement
cf Graham Memorial. The pipe burst
predicted the outcome of the presi
dential election before there were
-hough returns to hazard a guess
by any other known forecasting
In 1954 the Univac forecast a De
mocratic victory in the House of
Representatives. Later in the 1956
presidential election the system
forecast the margin of President
Elections are not the only ' pre
dictable events. The Univac helps
predict weather. Long range weath
er forecasting with a Univac is an
Leaving the prophetic powers of
1105 and returning to the impor
tant uses, we find that the Philadel
phia Country Club uses the system
to 'figure the golf handicaps for
more than 400 members. It requires
cnly ten minutes of Univac time.
Univac has also proved its worth
in the lost and found department
For some time the eighth moon of
Jupiter was lost. Data was fed to
the computer and after 14 years of
wandering around Jupiter the moon
was found again. In the event one
loses his head Univac has proven
useful in finding it. Skull measure
ments have been identified by Uni
vac within seconds
Giorgio Ciompi, violionist, and
New Student Directories
To Go On Sale Tuesday
Student-Faculty directories will
go on sale Tuesday for 50 cents per
copy ai me information uesK in
Graham Memorial, the reception Arthur Loesser. pianist, will give a
Job hunting, too. has been tackled desk 111 the Nurses' Dorm and the sonata recital in Hill Hall. Tues-
by Univac. ta Chicago applicants 10Dy of tne CA buflding. daVj at 8 p.m
were interviewed to determine job ine new 200 PaSe directory con- The program will include Bra
i i i
aptitude. The data was processed iain over 10000 "stings of the Um- hms' Sonata in A Major, Op 100;
and Univac printed the code num- versily administration, faculty, Beethoven's Sonata No. 2, Op. 30;
clerical staffs and students. and Frank, Sonata in A Major.
Also available on Tuesday will Arthur Loesser, pianist, teacher
be free supplements containing all and writer, is head of the piano
changes of addresses received from department of the Cleveland In-
the Office of Central Records by stitute of Music. He has toured ex
Oct. 28. tensively as a concert pianist in
A special dormitory sale will be the United States, Germany, Au$
conducted by the directory staff to- tralia and the Far East.
intelligent" adult has a voeabularv morrow glit between 7 and 10 p.m. He has appeared in Chapel Hill
nf so.ono tn 3o nnn word WnrHa According to Don Herring, busi- several times in the last 12' years
we "given coded numbers which. neSS manaSer' ttlis is largest and is recognized as one of; the
are fed to the Univac. The words in "nwacuity directory in tne nis- loremohi .imciPcia
Vncrlich n K tDA f ft, ,cfnm h0 f UNC. ( mUSlC
r3ncio w w v, Copies purchased by the Univer- Giorgio Ciompi, a native of Flor
retranslated into another lana f offices may be picked ence, Italy, has lived in the United
up at me ymua office only.
bers of the company names, . ad
dresses and personnel managers
which were interested in the appli
cant's particular skill.
Another use of the 1105 is in lan
guages. The computer has a voca
bulary of 41,000 words. The average
A. total' of 53 persons will be
elected to various campus offices
in the fall general elections Nov. 18.
In announcing the various posts
up for election, the Elections Board
set Friday, Nov. 7, as the deadline
for parly nominations and indivi
Any student may run for an of
fice provided he submits a petition
with 25 student voters' signatures
and his own and submits a state
ment from his dean saying he is
a student in good standing.
Included in the Nov. 18 elections
will be: five officers for the fresh
man, sophomore and junior classes,
three seats in each of the Men's
and Women's Honor councils and
the Student Council, 25 one-year
seats in Legislature and nine 'six
According to the various Legis
lature districts, the following one
year and six-month seats are va
Dorm Men's I, two one-year
seats; Dorm Men's II, two one-year
seats; Dorm Men's III, three one
year seats and one six-month seat;
Dorm Men's IV, one one-year seat;
Dorm Men's V, one one-year seat;
Dorm Men's VI, two one-year seats
and two six-month seats;
Dorm Women's I, two one-year
seats and one six-month seat; Dorm
Women's II, two one-year seats;
Town Men's 1, two one-year seats;
Town Men's II, one one-year seat;
Town Men's III, two one-year seats ;
Town Men's IV, four one-year seats
and five six-month seats; and
Town Women's, one one-year seat.
Fourteen Legislature members
will retain their seats until s"pring.
These are: ,
John Ehinn (SP), Dorm Men's I;
Paul Woodard (SP), Dorm Men's
II, Harold O'Tuel (SP), Dorm Men's
III, Otto Funderburk (SP) and Dav
id Grigg (UP), Dorm Men's IV;
Norman Smith (Ind.), Dorm Men's
Vj Holly Deifell (UP), Dorm Wom
Joe Warner (UP), Town Men's I;
Jimmy Williams (UP) and Payton
Hawes (UP), Town Men's II; Bill
Crutchfield (UP), Gorden Street
i UP) and Tom Kenan (UP), Town
Men's III; Bill Williams (UP),
Town Men's IV; and Mary Hart
zog (UP) and Doug Kellam (UP),
A Voyage To Virginia'
Is Football Trip Theme
The Univac used at M. I. T. is
used for translating Russian. The
device can print, through the use
of a printer attachment, 600 lines
Members of the Bi-Partisan Selec-
yci juiuuic. ii iiaiuicis iniui uiauuii i nuns Dumu wiu conuuci interviews
at the rate of 2,130 words per sec- with potential candidates for Stu-
cnd. dent Council and the Men's Honor
Feel inferior? Don't. It still took Council Monday and Tuesday.
man to design' it and it takes man The interviews, which began Fri-
tb operate it. Maa will probably be day, will be held from 2 to 5 p.m.
useful for a few more years. I in the. Men's Council Room.
States since 1947. He was a mem
ber of the NBC Symphony under
Toscanini for five years. He was
also concert master of the Collegi
um Musicum and made many tours
with the Albeneri Trio.
He is now head of the violin
department of the Cleveland In
stitute of Music, where he is first
violinist of the Institute String
Quarter. This is his first appear
ance in Chapel Hill.
For 3 Districts
To Be Mond
Nominations for legislature seats
in Town Men's III and IV and Town
Women's districts and candidates
for class offices will be the main
order of business at the Student
Party meeting tomorrow night at
7:30 in Roland Parker I and II.
Leon Holt, party chairman, has
urged ail students interested in
running for the Town Men's IV
seats to be present. This includes
those living in the Glen Lennox,
Carrbor. Victory Village and Dur
"A Voyage to Virginia" is the
motif of the football trip. High- j
lights of the weekend in Charlottes
ville will include the UNC vs UVA
football game and a Jazz concert
after the game.
Coach Jim Tatum's Tar Heels
will lead the action on the field, and
Carter Jones wilf lead UNC's cheer
ing section in the stands.
After the game, in UVA's Me
morial Gymnasium, the Foyr Fresh
men, Maynard Ferguson and Son
ny Rollins will give a concert for
modern music tans.
Tickets to these events are Li the
gym for the game, and the GMAB
information desk fortht concert.
Game tickets, for $3.50 are on
sale at Woollen Gym. and tickets
to the Concert, plus bus tickets to
Charlottesville are on sale at $2 and
$3.50, respectively, at the GMAB
During the last week of sale a
special sale point will be set up
by the University Club in Y-Court.
This extra service will be main
tained by Trip Chairman Dick Olive
and other club members.
Busses will leave Chapel Hill Sat
urday at 7:30 a.m. and leave UVA
at midnight. Busses going with the
University Club busses must meet
the same schedule and carry chap
erones in order to comply with
women's rules on the weekend.
Women students travelling in pri
vate cars must be signed out for
a specific destination and must have
written permission from their pa
rents in order to stay over Saturday
night in Charlottesville. Otherwise
they must meet w omen's hours here
Hotel reservations for the Hotel
Albemarle being offered by the Uni
versity Club have been all taken.
Saturday classes will meet Nov
ember 8 as usual.
Students in the Infirmary yes
Susan Elizabeth Merrick, Eliza
beth Bass Van Wagener, Jay Haw
king Deits, William Patillar Lytle,
Donald Worth Black, Robert Keith
Kcchenour, Mohmoud Mohamed
Eid, Franklin Pope, Inman Jr.,
Joseph Frederick Mona and Lar
ry Wooten Jarman.