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VOLUME LXVII. NO. 127
Complete P) Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1959
Offices in Graham Memorial
FOUR PAGES THIS ISSUE
On r-i O f
Is Two Years Away
By SITRUC SNAG
1 i .tin nil its !ue lutn abolished at the- I'nivmity of
So i. imc the word from Dean of Student Affairs Fred
WY.iui. wlio .innoiUHcd tli.it there would be a two e.tr
waiting peiiod so ili.it fraternity men could adjust to new a good paper
i. mitory MirroiitKi.ni's.
DTH Strikes Back
Today's Daily Tar Heel features two front pages as a special
service to all who continually ask for page one play. We regret that
this can not be a regular service of The Daily Tar Heel since page
one is demanded more than any other part of this rag with the possi
ble exception of 'Peanuts'.
Anything on this page (yeah, the one you're reading now) is fals4
(except the ads) ...
Right now, if you're looking for sports, see page three; if you'rQ
looking for news (?) see the legitimate page one; if you're looking
for something to relax you, go back to bed; and if you're looking for
you're reading the wrong rag anyway.
W raver alc!c,I that he thanked
.trie s' i ! f.t !u! rs for their as
vM.i'u e hi In inking thi decision.
. iul vii I out I'jily Tar Heel edi-
l( t I'urtiN (i.niN fur his line work in
iiifi,!iu tlx dtvtrmtirin of I'NC
.i!k, when reached for comment
.ml. '"I sel out to et 'elll. and we
;, 'mi "
lioiisin Director .lames Wails
worth replied to a ipaestion about
v h.it the t'niversity was going to
! with tlie new surplus of dormi
tory residents created by the Univer
sity t!ut. by saying that there were
alieady plans underway to building
j sixteen story dormitory equipped
jith h.tr so that these fraternity
!ien would not feel too berelt.
He added. "In the meantime, we
v ill just nave to take some money
from the hue amount appropriated
lor faculty salaries to build tempor
ary structures for these new re-
He explained that the two year
waiting period was a blessing in
taat it would give the University
tune to provide room in its budget
tor this new influx. He warned,
however, that a room rent increase,
Pie eleventh in as many years,
tniht he the result.
hv I.um, IFC president, corn
merits that he wu happy to hear
tl.e University decision.
"Not it tiot u .'i,ht (KUtor Guns.
I WvHikt liie to pomt out that this
v.ss tht IFC's idea all the time.
Ve just iilt that many uroblems
had to 1 worker out before thU
move to ild he Micceshful," Mxum
Me added. '"This move will ehnin-
ate the worst fraternity problem
i'i'jfius. It will also eliminate the
i.rrv! woist fra'ernity problem
r idiing In one move the Univer
f ?y has settled the pressing prob
lems of the fraternities. "
Student Hrxly President Don Fur
tada commenteil, "I wa for it all
along I jat didn't think it was
teasiUe. I'm glad the University
took such a courageous action."
Years First Panfy Raid
Made Here By UNC Coeds
AK NEWS ItKLEASE ,
The first "panty raid" here this
year was made Tuesday night, but
for the first time in the long his
tcry of the University the raiders
Officers reported that several doz
en coeds tmastlv Tri Deh.s) strolled
in) Cameron Avenue to the Delta
Kappa Knsilon fraternity house at
midnight Tuesday. The quiet eve
ning of the first day after spring
holidays was interrupted with loud
houts from the girls of, "We want
As a result of the incident, sev
eral coeds were arrested, and all
other girls at the DKE house will
suffer penalties for being out after
coed closing hours.
Several DKEs were also arrested
aiid charged with inciting a riot
end with cooperative participation
in the panty raid.
The raid was organized by Tri
Delt Katie Stewart, officers said.
Miss Stewart is being held in Chap
el Hill jail without privilege of bond.
Also jailed was Mary Margaret
Brown, who officers said was "yel
1 n louder than all the others put
Officers commented that the raid
never woukl nave occurred if sev
eral DKEs had not lured the Tri
Delts with promises of a "success-
fid" panty r?id.
Charged wi'.h inciting the riot was
DKE John Whitaker. The Tri Delts
said Whitaker called the sorority
hou.se just h?fore 11 p.m. Tuesday
end told the girls that local police
men would be in another part of
Chapel Hill at midnight, the time
lit said the coeds should make a
Just before midnight, another
DKE, Bob Borden, was supposed
to call the police and report a panty
rJd at the ADI'i house. But Borden
was so excited and so bu.sy press
ing a pair of men's unmentionables
that he forgot to call.
The DKEs stayed inside the house
until the coeds arrived, and then
the boys flocked onto the balcony,
carrying the called for apparel.
From the shorts that were con
fiscated by officers, the names of
Howard Holderness, Jimmy Patrick
and Bob Walker were found. Offi
cers said they thought another pair
belonged to "Bucky" Shuford, but
only the "Shuf" was legible.
The most unusual pair of shorts,
officers said, was a white pair
trimmed in lace, red sequins and
small seed pearls. A large red heart
was sewed on the back. From the
in sequins and pearls, officers were
able to discover the owner, Tom
Rand's shorts were found in the
possession of Miss Brown.
When local policemen were col
lecting the DKEs shorts, they, took
htlf a dozen pairs of an extremely
large size. Because of the size, of
ficers said they knew the owner
couldn't be anyone else but Walker
Blanton. Blanton, however, eluded
arrest and was still at large early
Three coeds, Mari Barnes, Leslie
Crutchfield and Bea Newman, were
reprimanded by officers for fight
ing over a pair of shorts belonging
word, "Tom," written on the shorts (to Tim Burnett.
Hurricane Zel ma Aims
For Chapel Hill Area
CRAZY? Quite obviously, but
this young man is a new candi
date for editor of this scandal
sheet (sponsored by us April
Fools). The staff found his pic
ture and decided that since he
would be going into the job like
most editors leave, he undoubt-
ably would be the best editor
this rag ever had.
Pasternak Is Here
Boris Pasternak, Nobel fiction
award winner, will be at the Inti
mate Bookshop at noon today to
autograph copies of his controver
sial novel, Dr. Zhivago.
Pasternak, sponsored by the Car
olina Forum, slipped out of Russia
at an undisclosed date for his ap
pearance on campus.
Due to time limitations imposed
by Pasternak's itinerary, prospec
tive purchasers of the autographed
books are asked to be prompt.
Former IFC President Tucker
Yates announced yesterday that he
hed found a "Socialist" in the Unit
ed States National Student Associa
tion. Yates fingered Michael Harring
ton, noted Socialist Youth Leader as
the person who was present at the
N. S. A. Congress at Delaware,
Ohio last summer.
Yates added, "Harrington's mem
bership proves that N. S. A. is sub
versive. I'm sorry, I couldn't get
a Communist, but a Socialist will
do. Everybody knows they're pink."
Harrington, looking white as ever,
commented to The Daily Tar Heel's
New York Bureau that he was net
affiliated with N. S. A. "Too tame,"
was Harrington's comment about the
N. S. A.
The Socialist Youth Leader went
on to say, that he considered N.S.A.
a reactionary organization, and that
his presence there last summer was
to add a little life to the Congress.
"I was disappointed not to see one
of my fellow travelers." Harrington
Robert Kiley, president of N. S. A.
and former Student Body president
at Notre Dame, was taken aback by
Kiley, in commenting to Daily
Tar Heel Philadelphia Bureau re
porter Fred Katzin, said "I am
amazed. I did not know we had one
of those in our organization. It must
have taker, a great deal of work on
the part of Yates to dig him out."
"I'd like to appoint. Yates as an
ofHcer in charge of our spring
housecleaning. I'm sure he would
do a thorough job," Kiley .added.
Yates was unavailable for com
ment as to whether lie accepted
ALFRED E. NEUMAN
WHAT? ME WORRY?
CS ll'.H ldeio V 'PH 4!un Mn3 iuejne4say s.ajoa 4U3tusea)
By RUSIIIN ROULETTE
Hurricane Zelma is scheduled to
hit the Carolina coast at approxi
mately 6.59 tonight, according to
Thf weathermen say that Zelma
heading toward Chapel Hill
traveling 110 miles per hour and
should hit here at 8 p.m.
Oscar K. Sigaforid, head weather
into action to prepare for the
The Intimate Bookshop is offering
free copies of "Peanuts" to the
first 20 people blown into the shop;
Kemp is having a hurricane-blif
zard sale; the Rath is staying open
all night so that people might find
refuge in the catacombs; Milton is
having a sale on raincoats (marked
I -1 t i n 4 1 . i . "
forecaster at Satola, Fla., wherelu-wn ,rom w anu rtmon10 1S
onering iiansione pizza reserva
tions are a must!).
Zelma originated, warned that if
the hurricane does not change her
course, she will strike Chapel Hill
at the precise moment that the un
seasonal blizzard, moving down
from Greenland will hit.
The blizzard is the worst the na
tion has ever known and some scien
tists believe it to be the beginning
of a new ice age.
Weatherman Sigaforid was not
certain just what sort of weather
conditions will result from the force
of the two pressure areas colliding.
The town of Chapel Hill has gone
MGM's comeiJy cyclone!
in M C-M'l
p. - 1111,11 I "Hill
X),- h rs- " i
! "' 4 3 If s
Within minutes of thi border search
lightJ find the desperate fugitives!
Two men in love with her I Will she choose
the man of power or the man of mystery!
Harry is not making any prepara-
tions. He feels that his customers
p:obably won't notice the weather
A notice from the Dean of Wo
men's office stated the correct pro
cedure for coeds to follow.
The notice said that in case of
strong winds all coeds must re
member to sign out before leaving
their residence. No coed should
fly through unlighted parts of the
Any woman student who does
not have travel permission is in
structed to present written per
mission from her parents before
leaving her residence. (No tele
phone calls or telegrams accepted.)
When returning to her residence
each coed must sign in, provided
the residence is still there.
The office could not comment
as to whether or not the combina
tion hurricane-blizzard could pro
perly be called a sporting event.
That office will release a state
ment later today giving their de
cision. If it should be termed a
sporting event, coeds will be given
)ermission to wear bermudas.
In a statement yesterday after
loon, Don Furtado, student body
oresident, said that he is planning
U bring the whole matter up be
fore the Student Legislature for
Weatherman Sigaforid praised
"hapel Kill and the University for
heir far-sighted preparations.
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By TEX LOPEZ
Students in the Infirmary today
Alfred E. Newman, Ann Frye,
Walter J. Spearman, William
Brantley Aycock, Walker Hunter
Blanton, Davy Jones, William
Clyde Friday, The Daily Tar Heel,
Edward M. Hedgepeth, Ray Jef
feries, Cecil Johnson, Walker Hun
ter Blanton (very sick), "Kitty"
Carmichael, Black Jack Mac L.,
Charles Hyman, John Brooks, An
ne Queen, J. E. Morgan, Bill Bail
ey (Sick, Sick, Sick!), the Easter
Bunny, the proofreader, The Staff,
the readers, myself and very es
pecially Curtis B. Gans for allow
ing this trash to be printed.
Yea, ft's been demonstrated time and time
again, that for real refreshment it's Coke
every time! Add up that cold crisp taste,
that lively lift and you really have a drink
worth going after. So whenever the crowd
has & multiple thirst, make the high sign
of good taste . . . pass around the
Coca-Cola I Quod Erat Demonstrandum!
BE REALLY REFRESHED . . . HAVE A COKE!
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This combining of 55 J
Dacron and 45 Worsted
is cf particular significance
to you, who, heretofore,
only evisioned its Utopian
kink of warm weathor Y:
comfort. Now, Cloud 9
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weighs less than two $g
pounas, and affords
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