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VOLUME UXVI NO. 53
Complete tn Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1958
Offices in Graham Memorial
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TROPHY WINNER Alpha Delta Pi, travelling on a theme of Tar Heel conquest a la Caesar, rolled
up a victory of their own by taking top honors in the sorority division. Photo by Peter Ness
Lively Beat Duke' Parade
Opens Weekend Of Rivalry
The winning floats in four di
visions of yesterday's Beat Dook
Float Parade were:
Fraternity, (Sigma Nu); soror
ity, (Alpha Delta Pi); men's
dorm, (Mangum); and men's and
women's dorm combination.
iljr JOAN BROCK
'Hark The Sound!" of blue and
white streamers, floats, color
t.uartfv drtn teams, cheerleaders,
majorettes, the UNC Band, the Vic-ti-rf
Bell, and "Beat Dook!"
Chapel Hill came to life yesterday
cat of Coach Murray by Tatum, the
float was inscribed with . "Et tu,
Tatum!" and "We came, we saw,
wc conquered-" A bevy of lovely
Roman lassies flanked the fatal in
cident. Next in line were the Alpha Tau
Omega scoreboard entitled "Kenan's
Alley" in which the Tarheels
"bowled over" the Duke Blue Devils
ind Carr-Grimes' entry of four
devils carrying Miss Victory on
"Devils stay in Hell. Tar Heels
el the Bell," exclaimed six Alpha
Cam angels who were guarding and
ringing a huge blue and white vic-
rUcrno)n os a series of colorful and , tory bell; and the Chi Phis dis-
tluborate floats wound their way
in and out among the main streets
rf the community in the annual
B( at Dook parade.
The Alpha Delta Pi float was
among the first blue and white crea
tions to appear. Depicting the mur-
qualified the Blue Devils from the
Orange Bowl by "flushing" Duke
from one bowl to another stating
"Duke Switches Bowls!" Delta U's
"Bugged the Blue Devil from a
tiny foreign car painted like a big
The Chi Omega "Puppet Show
announced an entertaining event to
occur in Kenan Stadium this after
noon at which time Tatum's pup
pets will play Murray's marionettes
and the Tau Epsilon Phis presented
an enormous white sleigh driven
by the Tar Heels who were 'sleigh
"Paradise Lost and Paradise
Regained" ' was the theme of the
Tri Delt float which portrayed the
Tar Heels in heaven and the Devils
in hell. Then came the lovely Kappa
Delta Vikings "in a silver dragon
headed boat bearing the motto, "The
win be with us." "Snow 'em down.
ce 'em under," was the title of the
Kappa Kappa Gamma snow scene
with an iced devil and skaters
dressed in blue and white skating
Hard Work And Research
Resulted In TB Vaccine
By CHUCK FLINNER ,new vaccine is a report of progress
Steaiily since 1932 a Gravely to the local, state and national TB
Sanatorium research team has
worked out methods for producing
suspensions of various strains of
The chief of the research proj
ect. Dr. Stuart Willis, said yester
day this study has led to the de
foundations. The research is sup
ported by a branch of the national
TB association as well as local and
state contributiens and the Ruth
Coltrane Cannon Fund
"There is still a great need for
researca, said Dr. Willis. AJ
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velnnment of a new tuberculosis mougn me aeam rate irom iuDer
.,.:.. culosis has been falling rapidly, the
tv vnrrinp ha Wn need sickness rate has decreased slow
successfully on 6,000 to 7,000 ani- Mv
ft , .1 . A 4 I
mals, ana "at tne present urne, i,- The research team at the Grav
COO people nave Deen mciuaea in ely Sanatorium include: Dr. H. M
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human stuaies evaiuaung m, cun- Vandiviere. director of research
firming the findings in animals a3 laboratory; Irent Melvin, research
to its safety. scientist. Dr. II. E. Kennedy, re
At best in Amcr
May Decide j
By RUSTY HAMMOND
Carolina's Tar Heels today meet
arch-rival Duke in Kenan Stadium
at 2:00 in a game that could easily
decide a bowl bid for the boys from
The largest crowd since 1946 is
expected for the big battle today t
and students have been urged to
come early and leave their cars at
Duke will be seeking today to
avenge a 21-13 upset loss at the
hands of the Tar Heels lak year.
Last year was the first time Caro
lina had beaten Duke in 7 long
Rivalry between the two schools
this year has been the hottest any
one can remember for many years.
Raids have been made on both
campuses, and both teams want
this one bad.
After winning six straight games,
Carolina last week bowed to pow
erful Notre Dame at South Bend.
34-24. Duke comes into the game
with a 4-5 record. The Devils have
lost three games by the margin ofj
a field goal, in addition to being
clobbered by top ranked LSU.
The probable starting line-ups:
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Won By Dookies
DUKE BATTLEFIELD, THE MORNING AFTER
. ... police protection for a pile of wood
Is Heck Lecture Subject
LE Don Kemper
Wade Byrd .
QB Jack Cummings Bob Brodhead
LHB Wade Smith Wray Carlton
RHB Emil DeCantis Danny Lee
FB Don Klochak Butch Allie
Duke coach Bill Murray has al
ready been hung in effigy by out
raged students and a . loss todav
"And the farmer hauled another ld d th D u t , - . t
load away," as the Phi Gamma Del- their worse since ig23
ta wagon rolled down the street A Caro,ina viPtnrv wni1H rivP
filled with straw and Blue Devils. tha Tqi. tIoo1c Q tina - ,
The Sigma Phi Epsilon Indians
"served up" a roasted Blue Devil
on a piauer; me L,amDaa ni s
"Tar Heel Express'' had a boxcar
the season, their best in 12 years
It would also place the Heels in
great contention for a bowl bid
Duke's powerful running attack
for each Carolina victory; and the will be going up against the rUgged
Phi Delts were after a Duke head Carolina forward waU. The Heels
wun tneir noai enuuea vve kui lead the conference in both total
the team, now get a head!" defense and total offense.
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ine &igma xnus aepiciea me juuB- Carolino the most balanced team
ment scene with the Tar Heels sen- fh. Arr wi1, the
a T-v i 1 X iL. T; I
lencing me xiue ieviis, anu me ri SDed of Emil DeCantis and Wade
Kappa Phis sponsored a huge mov- Smithj the power running of Don
ing ram swaggering from side to Klochak and the pin-point passing
siae down me street. of .Tark rummines.
"Hang down your head, Blue Carolina is given the edge in the
Devils! "-complete with a hanging line by most of tne experts. The
man, was featured by Mclver ana Tar IIeds have one of the toughes
uujfuci, urcu "': " - nines m tne entire country, ana
graceful white swan surrounded by
several loyal coeds to help "make
it Duke's Swan Song!"
The Theta Chi's featured UNC
Duke bowling game and the Sigma
See GAME, Page 4
Major L. P. McLendon of Greens
boro, prominent North Carolina at
torney and member of the State
Board of Higher Education, will be
the speaker for the third event in
the 1958-59 Heck Lecture Series at
the UNC Law School.
He' speaks Tuesday, at 8 p.m. in
the Manning Hall Court Room.
"The Relationship Between a Law
yer and his Client" is the subject
Major McLendon will discuss.
The Heck Lecture, sponsored by
the Law Students ssociation, is sup
ported by a fund set up by George
Heck of Glen Head, N. Y., the old
est living alumnus of the Univer
sity's Law School.
Major McLenlon will be intro
duced by Robert W. King Jr. of
Wilson, chairman of the L. S. A.
Speakers Committee. Joseph Cham-
Liiss of Rocky Mount, president of
the L. S. A., will preside.
Major McLendon graduated from
the UNC Law School in 1912, and
has received an honorary LL. D. de
gree from the University. He is a
former member of the UNC Board
Daily Tar Keel staff members
will meet Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the
After a unei meeting, Yackety
Yack pictures will be made.
He was born at Wadesboro in
1S!H), attended both State College in
Raleigh and the University in Chap
el Hill, was once mayor of Chapel
Hill, and has been prominent in the
North Carolina Bar Association. In
World War I, he served as a major
in the field artillery and saw action
in the Battles of St. Mihiel and
Spectators of today's game have
been reminded of the North Caro
lina statute against drinking in
By ED ROWLAND
An attempt by some 600 Caro
line students to storm en masse the
bonfire site on the Duke campus
Thursday night failed as least 1,000
freshmen from Duke repelled all
. The men from Chapel Hill en
countered stern opposition, from As
sistant to the Dean of Student Af
fairs Ray Jeffries, the Durham po
ice and Duke men. No arrests were
Jeffries told several impromptu
gatherings of students in the Lower
Quad and Big Fraternity Court that
the license numbers of any cars
from Carolina seen on the Duke
campus would be taken and the of
fenders reported . to the Student
Council for action.
Jeffries sail the names of persons
apprehended On the Duke campus
were turned in to the UNC Student
Council as part of an arbitrary bi
lateral agreement between Duke
and Carolina officials. He said dean
of men at Duke, Robert Cox, was
informed of any Duke students here
as part of the agreements.
DUKE CAR STOPPED
Chapel Hill police Thursday night
stopped a car with four Duke stu
dents in it on campus. Each had
paint on his hands but no paint was
found in the car. Their names were
reported to Dean Cox.
Jeffries said that as of 3 p.m.
yesterday no names had been
turned in to him nor had any li
cense numbers been reported. Dur
ham police had no idea how many
license numbers were taken.
Nevertheless, many cars did make
the trip only to have their attempts
to light the fire foiled by alert Duke
watchers. Some students got within
10 feet of the tremendous pile of
wood on the field near the stadium,
and at least one tried to throw a
Molotov Cocktail" on the wood. He
home from work at midnight, police
Dave Jones, University Club pres
ident, said yesterday the attempt
to secure a helicopter to hang an
effigy of a Blue Devil from the
Duke Chapel fell through because
of extreme cost and the difficulty
encountered in getting CAA ap
proval. He added that 5,000 leaflets
saying "Beat Dook" were to be
dropped from an airplane yesterday.
Meanwhile Duke students plas
tered the campus Thursday with
posters showing a photo of a Duke
football player with the caption,
"Do you recognize (player's name)?
You should. He's going to help us
1 A 3
. . . the Blue Devils get rough
Duke Chronicle Photo
The Order of the Grail, men's
honorary, yesterday joined the
many individuals and groups in
failed and the defenders captured urging proper conduct at today's
game between Carolina and Duke.
The Grail saidr
It is the overwhelming feeling
'"It is unlawful for any person him and shaved his head.
or persons to be or become intoxi- OTHER ATTEiMPTS
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caiea oi mane any pumic aispiay Several others from UNC mingled
of any intoxicating beverage at any witn the defenders and tried to bide of the members of the Order of
athletic contest or other public their time until a more fav0rable the Grail that the conduct demon
place in North Carolina. mnment Thic tnn wac iinsunpeesfiil strated bv the Carolina students at
"Violation of this statute is a 0ne D0V from Carolina had a bottle the Saturday ball game will have
mis demeanor punishable by a fine of gasoline hidden under his coat a strong bearing on the general
not exceeding $50 or imprisonment when he was accosted by Duke men. reputation of the University of
for not more than 30 days."
The Athletic Council has called
this law to the attention of the stu
dent body in connection with the
good sportsmanship campaign for
the Duke-Carolina contest.
Dr. Willis saia. ai dcsi in mmi- scarcn bacteriologist: Dr. W. H.
ka the TA vaccine is needed only Gentry, and Margarey Vandiviere, Chi's were "grinding Duke" in an
for those who have close contact statistician and technologist. 'enormous meat grinder.
with TB. Those include: l) aoc
tnr nurses, attendants, orderlies
and hospital personnel, in general;
2) employes in TB hospitals; 3) em
ployes and patients in mental dis
ease hospitals because of the large
numbc of cases in those hospitals,
WUNCs First Sportscast
Will Be UNC-Dulce Game
WUNC-FM wil present its first , day's game will be the station's
and 4) occasional persons or groups hjVe football sportscast today.
in situations where contact must
Dr. Willis added. "In countries
where there is a high rate of tu
berculosis the new vaccine would
be a boom."
He pointed out that the vaccine
has not yet been produced in quan
tities fjr general use. It has not
hern used in local prevention, he
said. Medical students and nurses
ret the BCG vaccine, an earlier
tvpe known as Bacillis Calmette-
Cuerin. developed from the bovine
"We need a least four more
years of work on Rl." Dr. Willis
tairt Tht a nnminrTnrnt nf thA
The Duke-Carolina game pro
gram will begin at 1:45. The station
s at 91.5 on the FM dial.
According to Ken Alvord, WU-
NC-FM's production manager, to-
first live sports broadcast.
Staffing the program are Jack
Mayo, director; Dave Wegerk, 1
play - by - play announcer; John
Moore, background and color an
nouncer; and Jim Davis, engineer.
Newy-fecfecf Soph President
Says Young Has Right To Appeal
G. M. SLATE
Activities for Graham Memo
rial today Inclydt:
Political 5cinct, 10-u a.m.,
Woodhousa Conftrtnca Room.
Charlie Graham, newly elected
sophomore class president, said
yesterday that Davis Young, de
feated candidate, had the "privi
lege" of appealing the election to
the Student Council.
Young is asking the Council to
consider a re-vote of the election
he lost by only two votes. The
Student Council will consider
Young's case Tuesday night and
could, theoretically, submit a re
quest to the Elections Board for a
In his statement yesterday, Gra
ham said: "It is Davis privilege as
a candidate to take the election to
the Student Council. The vote has
been recounted one time already.
I trust the Student Council; if the
Council wants to call a re vote,
there is nothing I can do."
Graham was running on the Uni
versity Party ticket, and Young, on
the Student Party ticket.
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He could not convince them he was North Carolina.
from Duke, so they started to hit we therefore strongly urge
him Carolina students to remember
He dropped the bottle unnoticed, three things:
end tried to run. Brought down by inai ine LamPus oae re-
a flying tackle near a Durham po- quires us to conduct ourselves as
liceman. he was beaten anl his ladies and gentlemen.
clothes torn. A plea to the police- 2 That Public disPlav of alc-
man did not save him. Later he hollc beverage is against the stace
walked away from the milling law
throng unmolested as someone else
riintrnnteri th hnnfirA rifenrtprs
some 4U,uuu sceciaiors irom an
Darts of the state and nation will
The Duke Chronicle, student pa- fl t credit or cast disrepute on
per, reported yesterday that the let- thA npralv renntation en-
O w -rf r- - t
3) That the general behavior of
i the students in full view of the
UNC CARDBOARD HONORS WUNC-FM
and WUNC-FM is broadcasting the UNC-Duke game
ters "UNC" had been painted in
various places on the West Durham
campus, mainly on signs. The editor
Steve Hammer said some of the let
Iters reached four feet in height. He
said two columns at the . entrance
to the Chapel were painted, but no
other confirmation of this was avail-
He said that rocks , thrown during
the peak of the - assault attempt on
the bonfire broke several wind
shields and incurred minor injuries
on Carolina students. No confirma
tion cf this was available.
Several of the Carolina students
caught with gas or kerosene had
their heads shaved, he reported.
The Duke defenders were fore
warned by Chapel Hill police, Ham
mer said, so that the raid came as
Police reported no personal injury
was known to them, and that no
damage to property occurred ex
cept $75 damage to a passing car
during the height of the melee. The
car belonged to a man returning
joyed by the University.
Why Did It Happen?
Nearly every Friday morning.
The Daily Tar Heel carries the
play-by-play of the previous
night's student legislature meet
ing. And on Saturday mornings, we
carry more details, filling out
. the account with the "hows"
and "whys" of the legislative
. branch of student government.
Get in the habit of reading
the. Saturday story, printed on
page three of today's issue.
Students in the Infirmary yes
Joanne Hill Scroggs, Julie Ann
Wendler, Jerome Melvyn Sha
piro., Michael John Turnbull,
Jarmts LeRoy McMillan Jr., Hec
tor Himmel Henry, Herman Ed
ward Ticket and Julian Willis
Bradley Jr. ;