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VOLUME LXVII, NO. 115
Complete (fl Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1959
Offices in Graham Memorial
FOUR PAGES THIS ISSUE
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Initiates UNC Chapter
Caiolina will luc a new tufcvional fraternity after
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Simula Delta Chi. piofcsMond journalistic fiatcrnity, will
lc installed tliis afii rimon at j o'clock in t lie Di Senate Hall.
Sim.v Delta Chi is a professional group which is devoted
tu taisinj; the standards of competence of its members, to
ini.4iie outstanding achievement by journalists and to pro
mote recognition of the fact that !
Carolina's Tail chapter of Fi Kap
pn Alpha fraternity Is host this
weekend to .10 delegates from 15
PiKA chapters in North Carolina,
The occasion is the District III
convention, which is held alternate
Delegates to tlic convention ar
rr cd Friday ami will hold business
scions and discussion groups
throughout the day.
A banquet tonight at the Caro
lina Inn will end convention activi
ties. Speaker at the banquet will be
Fred Weaver. UNC dean of stu-e-cnt
Special guests here for the scs-
"nrnalini is a true profession.
"Men at the University planning
enter the field of journalism have
flf-cded for a Ion time an organiza
tion where they can get together
;.i,d ta'k shop.' Charlie Sloan, pres
cient of the group, said Friday.
SVun had served as president of
The Men's Press Club, the local
sreup which petitioned for a Sigma
Pelt.i Chi Charter.
Other officer, of the tic fratcr
r. ty are T. Parker Maddrcy. vice
prrMucm: uon ?na. irea.surer; , S(U(h Caroina arKl Virginia
Md George Hord. secretary. ' .
Other members of the group to
:-e in.ti.dod in connection with the
canting of the charter include Char
's s Flmner. John llubbarr. Hoy Lti
i.vs. Neil Murphy, Al Resch. Taul
Hale. Walt Si brunt ck. Thurman
Worthing on. Jerry Shields and
Victor V.. niucdorn. Sigma Delta!
l til executive director, will conduct
the installation and initiation cere
monies. A full day's activities has been
planned for the young fraternity.
The schedule opens with a luncheon
al the Carolina Inn. and closes with sions are PiKA's natio"al Vice Pres
a party at the Delta Upsilon Social . Mt David ,C. Powers and national
fraternity house. ; Secretary Lj A. McCall Jr.
Hit By Davis Young
The need for improved circula
tion of The Daily Tar Heel was
cited by newspaper editor candidate
Pavis Young in a statement Friday.
Young said. "As editor, I will
make very effort to correct falla
lies in the current circulation sys
tem of The Dally Tar Heel."
Deficiencies of the current circul
;.;i.m brought to his attention. Young
commented, were In Victory Village
where the papers in that area arc
distributed in a "floppy" manner,
unprotected from rain and wind.
"I intend to have a waterproof
lx installed at the entrance to
ictory Village, so that those on
their way to the campus in the
morning can easily be accommo
ijted at a single centralized spot,"
Young thinks his plans for im
poving the circulation method in
Victory Village would shorten the
circulation route and insure students
there of having a paper every day.
Also regarding circulation. Young
said he would "make every effort
to have papers taken to all places
where three or more students live
within the corporate limits of Chap
lie commented that he would also
Ucp close watch over the distribu
tion of papers to dormitories, fra-
ti rnities and sororities. "Every stu
dent musi pay for The Daily Tar
Heel, and has every right to expect
a product for his fees." he said.
Young would follow up the water
proof box for papers in Victory Vil
lage with similar boxes at conveni
ent points arevind town "so that a
number of papers may daily be with
in the reach of those not directly
connected with the University."
On Monday afternoon and night,
al' facilities will be available for
Grail Mural practice. Teams may
reserve courts and tables by calling
the Intramural Office.
Programs with the pairings and
schedules have now been released.
As has been stated the purpose of
the Grail Mural Sports Jamboree is
to bring a closer relationship be
Uecn the dormitory and fraternity
organizations on campus.
The points in the elimination play
for the championship in handball,
badminton, table tennis, and half
court basketball are. 15 for first
place, 12 for second, and 8 for third.
In archery and foul shooting the
division is 12, 11 and 10 respective
ly. In swimming it Is again 15, 12
All participants are to report to
the bleachers on the main floor of
Woollen Gym, and from there they
will be in the hands of the leaders
of each sport.
The relays for the Jamboree are
Maze Dribble, Circle and Run;
Throw, Catch. Run and Carry; Block
Exchange, and the chamnionshio
relay is the Baton-Dash Exchange.
The two top teams in the first three
relays qualify for the championship
Students interested in serving on
the International Students Board
have been asked to fill out applica
tions in the student government of
fice in Graham Memorial for inter
views March 17 and 18.
inc noara win ue composed ot a
chairman, 10 members and will be
concerned with programs selecting
Goettingcn scholars, publicizing ex
change scholarships, coordinating
vacations and trips, international
discussions and orienting foreign
students on campus.
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Angus Duff To Head
DUFF, BLAKENSHIP, SALINGER
Coed Handbook Needs Staff
Coeds interested in a position on the Women's Handbook staff
have been asked to leave their names with Mrs. Martha DcBerry in
the dean of women's office by Monday at 5 p.m.
Applicants are to state briefly past experiences with publications
as well as the phase of the handbook publication they might be in
Any additional information may be secured from Dec Daniels,
Handbook editor, at 8-9142 or The Daily Tar Heel office.
Dave Jones Stresses
"News about, every phazc of stu
dent activity" was stressed by edi
torial candidate Dave Jones in a
statement, prepared for release Fri
day. "I feel that the stringer system
should be fully establislied through
out the campus. Every dormitory,
fraternity and sorority on this cam
pus should have an unofficial mem-
Student Government Attempts
To Clarify Employee Status
The Cosmopolitan Club will hear
John llonigmann speak on "Pakis
tan" at 3.4." p.m. Sunday In the
Honixmann, who received lib Ph.
D. from Yale University, has lived
in Pakistan on two different occa
tions. He has published "Culture
nod Personality" Just recently, and
In April his work "The World of
Man" will be released.
An International Open House to be
held April 13 at the Hillel House
will also be discussed at the meet
irg Sunday. Twenty countries will
have displays of clothing and ob
jects of art peculiar to that country
G. M. SIATE
AclMUfj In Grehtm Memorial
rtXA DUtrlct Conerence, 9-12,
Grail Room, Roland Parker I and
II tend the Woodhousc Conference
j ly TOM INMAN
Student' government will make an
other attempt to regain unquestioned
jurisdiction over two persons it em
ploys in Graham Memorial, and
elaify the status of five others.
Two yciirs ago the attorney gen
iraj rulell from Raleigh that the
wo" were! state employees, and so
lalh under the State Personnel Act
eveh though they are paid from
student arivitics fees.
Salaries .or these two and one
othjr arc' voted by the Student Leg
islature. ;But if the attorney gen-
ral's ruling stands, wage scales
and mandatory raises would be dic-
t;.ttd toi the Legislature by tho
State Pcsonncl Act, Student Body
President; Don Furtado said.
There ii &lso some question about
who wickls authority over these
lhrT, and four others employed in
the; Student Activities Fund office.
Th latter four are paid from fcos
barged jtuient organizations using
Monday, Student Body president
Doh Furtado and Dean of Students
Fred Weaver conferred with Attor
ney General Malcolm Seawcli at Ra
leigh in an effort to have th two-
year-old mling reversed.
Seawcli agreed to re-open the
Sound And Fury
Tyouts for tnis year's Sound and
Fury production will be held Wed
The production, "Oh Hellas," will
havc a chorus and several bit parts.
Sctipts may be checked out from
the GM Information Office
Tryouts for the production writ
ten by Lew Harder and Car
Bridgers will be held from 3 to 6
p.m. and from 7:30 p.m. on Wedges
day night. Experience is cot neces
case. So Furtado is preparing stu
dent government's side. He will
pass his argument on to Chancellor
William B. Aycock through Dean
The Chancellor will present the
case in the near future, Furtado
Reason for the attorney general's
R57 ruling grew out of the mech
anics of collecting student fees which
ay the salaries of the GM em
Under state law only the Univer
sity can collect monies from the
student body here. So in 1933 the
student body requested the Univer
sity to collect fees and turn them
over to student government for stu
dent activities. This the University
Two years ago the attorney gen
eral's office toolc the view that since
he University collected and dis
pensed with these monies salaries
paid from them were state funds,
and employees getting these salaries
fell under the State Personnel Act.
Under the SPA all jobs arc classi
fled and wage scales are specified
Baptist Student Group
Hears About 50th State
It may just be coincidence, but
the Baptist Student Union group is
having a really up-to-date program
A missionary from what will soon
be the 50th state, Hawaii, is sched
uled to speak to the BSU on her ex
periences there last summer. Miss
Ann Allred, the Hawaii missionary,
was sponsored in her trip to that
area by students of North Carolina
Baptist colleges through their "Lis
Miss Allred will talk to the local
BSU after a supper at 6 p.m. Sun
day at the University Baptist
Mandatory pay raises are also re
quired according to time on the job
and merit evaluation.
"The employees of Graham Me
morial and student government, be
cause of their particular duties, do
not always fit neatly into thcsie pre-
assigned categories," Furtado
The State Personnel Office, rep
resenting all state employees, is final
Iy pressing for enforcement of the
But unless the ruling is reversed
regulations of the State Personnel
Act will be dictating appropriations
cf the student legislature, Furtado
"This would be completely in op
position to our tradition of student
control of student funds.
Preparing extensively for the ex
pected onrush of 1500 new students
September will be the job of the
Freshman Camp Committee when it
meets upstairs in the Y building
Tuesday night at 7:30.
Designating of various subcom
mittees to do the planning prepara
tion in a minimum of time will be
the major order of business. A de
cision is also expected to be made
concerning whether or not freshman
women should be included in the
The camp, sponsgred by the Y,
is "planned to give the incoming
students an opportunity to meet and
talk with upperciass student lead
ers, faculty. University officials and
other freshmen," according to
Freshman Camp officials.
her on the starf of The Daily Tar
lleel. This would mean that news
worthy events and social news
would not be unnoticed," Jones said.
Jones also stressed the value of
the revenue and added readership
attained through a vigorous sub
scription program. He said that he
iipprovod of the current editor's rate
increase and his policy of sending
a free copy of The Daily Tar Heel
I to the parents of each new student.
Jones said, however, that the area
ct faculty subscriptions has been
neglected and that possibly a sys
tem with a reduced rate for faculty
members could be established so
that they might become regular
members of the Tar Heel's "reading
"The Daily Tar Heel's subscription
revenue is not much money con
sidered as a part of an all over $43,-
000 budget, but I am sure that it
could be put to very good use and
make it's weight felt," Jones said,
referring to the revenue received
"If feel very strongly about the
importance of 'real news on pages
one and three because I have my
serious doubts as to the desire of
the students to lead badly prepared
political and publicity handouts.
Seme of this stuff can be covered
as feature material in areas spe
cilicly set aside for that purpose,
but on the news pages I would like
to be able to learn what is going
on everywhere on campus, as well
as on the second floor of Graham
Memorial," Jones said.
By EDWARD NEAL RINER
Angus Duff has been approved by the Board of Directors
of Graham Memorial as the new president of Graham Mem
orial Activities Board.
Other new officers serving with him will lie Tony Saling
IT, vice president, and Jean Blakenship, secretary.
Outgoing president Bob Carter said, "I feel we have an
cutstanding group of officers for the
coming year. They have experience
and interest in student union work
cmd should lead GMAB to greater
The Seventh Annual International
Student Relations Seminar will be
held from June 29 to Aug. 31 in
An student may apply, but stu
dents planning to study abroad or
who are interested in international
affairs have been urged to apply.
Application blanks arc available in
the student government office.
Each person selected will receive
a scholarship covering the full ex
pense of the nine-week program.
The final two weeks will be held
at the National Students Association
Congress on the campus of Univer
sity of Illinois. Money for the
scholarships comes from a $12,500
grant from the Field Foundation.
The seminar deals with problems
of concern to the international stu
dent community. Case studies, guest
speakers and seminar discussions
are included in the program.
President of the student body Don
Furtado commented, "The ISRS of
fers an unparalleled opportunity for
American students to meet and
discuss problems of the internation
al community among themselves,
with student leaders from other
countries and with experienced men
in the field of international studies."
By RUDY PAQUETTE
It was chilly in Chapel Hill last
night and we had Frost.
The evening warmed up pleas
antly for the capacity crowd in
i Memorial Hall as the warmth of
Robert Frost worked its way
among the listeners.
Robert Frost made his 13th visit
to UNC, this time as the "strong
and powerful magician to over-
The new officers will work with
the old officers until May in a pe
roid of orientation. They will take
their posts after an installation
banquet on April 23.
Carter requested all students "give
these new officers assistance during
the coming year and through such
an effort the GMAB program will
expand and continue to benefit all
areas of the campus."
Angus Duff said, "GMAB has the
Dotential of trovidinir more useful
nnH hoWi cH.;n !, c-,,rwc i come all evils," said William C.
X T7t I .1 1 A At m m
rnuay, presiaeni oi tne consoli
dated University, who introduced
at Carolina in the form of enter
tainment, information, social life
and activities than any other or
ganization on campus."
According to Duff, GMAB. com
bines all forms of student activity
into one unifying body, and a student
with any interest in any field can
,'find pleasure and satisfaction by
"At present, we Have had 27 ap
working with it.
plications for committee chairman
ships, the majority being fraternity
men. However, we need more girl
applicants, for many of the commit
tees function much more effectively
with girls as the chairmen," Duff
He stated that his office welcomes
any and all who are seeking a pos
ition on GMAB, "and with the in
terest shown thus far, we are cer
tain to have a successful year."
Duff is a sophomore from Green
ville and has served as chairman
of the Calendar Committee of GMAB
this year. He is a Morehead scholar
and a member of Sigma Alpha Ep
silon fraternity. Duff is a pre-mcd
student majoring In English.
Majoring in chemistry is Tony
Salinger, a junior from Westport,
Frost applied his first few com
ments to education saying that he
was glad to be mixed-up with edu
cation not mixed-up about it. He
would like to start a college of his
own with no overhead, just a
His college would have courses
where no one would have to meet
deadlines, as this reporter must
do. "I havc always run courses
where there was no call for
thoughts of a deadline," he said.
There is one deadline that may
give him trouble, he said May
his opening remarks
iionie of his latest poems,
Pi Lambda Phi
Has Pledge Weekend
A dinner dance was held on Fri
day night as the highlight of the
Pi Lambda Phi annual pledge week
end, March 13, 14 and 15.
The annual "best brother" and
"pledge of the year" awards were
announced at the dinner scheduled
at the Chapel Hill Country Club. A
house party is planned for this
afternoon and evening.
As a climax to the weekend, the
Pi Lambda Phi will have a brunch
at the fraternity house on Sunday.
jone written about a piece of iron
j w hich he saw in a meditation room
I at the UN Building. When he was
asked what the piece of iron re
minded him of, he said tools and
weapons. The poem was about w.
farmer who stepped on a hoe (a
tcol) that rose up and cracked him
(like a weapon).
Frost, who will celebrate his
Conn. He has been active on the i 85th birthday in 12 days, showed
Student Council, IDC and the Glee
Jean Blakenship is a junior Eng
lish major from High Point. She
transferred from Duke this semester,
where she was in the TWCA, Glee
Club and judiciary.
Nothing To Do?
For students who complain
that there's nothing to do at
the beginning of the new sem
ester, here's how to rid your
self of the "boredom." Work on
The Daily Tar Heel.
his age as he faltered in some of
his readings. But the spirit of the
poet-philosopher was felt by the
He remarked on his poem "Wood
chuck" referring it to the past Con
gressional elections, saying the
woodchuck was independent as 4
Democrat or Republican depending
on who won.
He ended his hour and 15 min
ute readings with three short
poems, 'Departmental,' Tree at My
Window' and 'A Spect.' The last,
he ended with the comment, "I
like to sec a good mind on paper.1'
Is Up For Grabs
The 1959 Tri-Delt Scholarship
Competition is now under way.
Approximately $400 in scholarships
will 'be awarded to some Carolina
coeds. The scholarship program is
an international service, irrespec
tive of sorority affiliation.
All women students are eligible
to apply for the scholarships; -application
blanks may be obtained from
the Dean of Women's office. The ap
plications must be returned to this
office by April 7.
Staff Meet Announced
A Daily Tar Heel staff meeting
will be held Monday at 4 p.m. to
select a non-paid staff member to
the Bi-Partisan Selections Board.
The paid staff representative will
also be selected. The board will in
terview candidates for The Daily
Tar Heel editorship and will decide
whether or not to endorse each candidate.
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' PLEDGE UNC fraternity pledge classes were rewarded Thursday night in Memorial Hall after
their annual Greek Week activities of a community work day carnival day and a field day. Left to right,
Bryan Latham, chairman of Greek Week, congratulates Jon Barbour, representing the ATO pledge
class; Stewart Priddy of the SAE pledge class; John Jester and Pop Shuford of the DKE pledge class,
and Scott Griffith of the Beta pledge class. The ATCs have the winning carnival booth. SAE pledges
took the most points on field day and the Betas won the scholastic award. The Best Pledge Class award
went to the PKE pledges.- . ,. .. Photo, by Bill Brinkhpus,