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VOLUME LXVII, NO
Complete UP) Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1959
Offices in Graham Memorial
SIX PAGES THIS ISSUE
Ike Cautions NAlO Against
Illusions Replacing Reality
Two Students, Marine
Indicted For Forgery
w siii;ton. Apui 2 .r Prcs-
r,! l.i.M r.luuir today cautioned
t!. Atl.iri'u- I'.Ht countries against
u')v!t;i'in illusions for reality" in
-..K I. lor new agreements with
ll-iv-i.i in icluc wotl'l tension.
s, ..k 4 ,m old .soldier, Eiscn-
i appealed or free people to
iip!.iv u..r.ie. sacrifice and per
ei.i:,ii while their governments
,Melu. c'.pluic for just solutions
' i i 1 1 : " , ,!.Vrst deadlocks.
V. mil. t 1. 1- pi cp.ii r, dm mg the
.ns .die. id to lue in a world in
vhudi tension ,ik1 bickering between
.:ie i,.i!na and the Soviets will he
:.i;iy epei jenees." he s.ud
I .isei;)io a cr .sp'ke at ceremonies
oiuincmor.iting the tenth animci-:-..ry
of the Noith Atlantic Tieaty
0: ".uu.i! !in
Suiiie l.tiM) ih le-de.s and n
i shed gut t from the l.Vmeinher
v untne.s -.lUieiel in the gold and
i 'earn colored Inlcrdepartmcn'al
Ai. itiioi niai on historic Constitution
enue l hear Eisenhower deliver
a kenite auhess at the opening
Voir oer tlie I'.cilin crisis.
'ip!me with a drizzling rain and
! s', , i;t a Milt-filed air to the .start
( ! t1)'' tine Jay meeting called to
re!e-,v dr'enses against Soviet at
Im li e .P.'einoon. eh -,i!cN ii.rlil I
n.: I J f'.itu;:! Hum tei.s turned to
.t i i" ed door discission ol what new
I ' opov.iK should be made to Russia
n i ise the Heilm crisis while
i loiijoiiii German unity, disarm.!-
ii erit and European security.
'I he main item of business was a
report hy the U s , British. French
mihJ Nevt German governments tin
a U(Mjjy conference which ended
here ycderday without agreement
nil what concessions to offer the
S"V 1 1 !
Two Carolina .students and a Ma
rine private have been charged with
fo.gcry of a signature on checks.
Joseph Friixlher. a .senior from
dreat Neck. N. Y.. and Frederick
(I. Henneckar, a sophomore from
Fort Allehaney, Pa., were arrested
Wednesday by the Chapel Hill po
lice in connection with a forgery
involving the cashing of $150 worth
of checks at the Bank of Chapel Hill.
Marine Private John A. Fox of
Camp Lejeune and New York City
was arrested last Thursday for the
same case. The delay in arrest of
the students was caused by their
absence for spring holidays.
At a preliminary hearing Wednes
day before Judge William S. Stew-
Germans Dance Stars
Kenton, Four Frosh
art, the three were bound over to
A make im nuiz for orientation ! the Orange C ounty Superior Court
(un.selor candidates will be held
Tuesday at 7:.'W p in. in 2t8 Venable.
Orietita'ion Chairman David Park
er said Friday that student.s who
had not turned in their applications
for counselors may do so before the
Students iMiai'Te to tafce the make
rp quiz haw been asked to contact
I'.Tker at the orientation office at
Friedberg and Rcnneckar were
re'easod on $300 bonds and the
Marine was placed in the county
jail pending payment of a $300
Private Fox was brought to HilLs
boro and placed in the county jail
U.st Thursday after he confessed to
cashing the checks, according to Po
lice Chief William P. Blake.
Blake reported that Henneckar ad
mitted Wednesday that he wrote two
checks which bore the name of a
I'NC football player, Ed Furjanic.
Friedberg allegedly supplied the
transportation to the main bank and
o the branch bank to have the
( necks cashed.
The Germans Club will present
Stan Kenton and the Four Fresh
men at its annual Spring Germans
April 10 and 11. Kenton will be fea
tured at the dance Friday from 9-11
He win pcrrorm with the Four
Freshmen at the concert Saturday
afternoon from 3 till 5:30.
Kenton is thought by many to be
the greatest name in jazz and dance
music. He is noted for his continu
ous efforts to reach new dimensions
in jazz stylings and expression.
In 1943 the Kenton name began to
reach national prominence with the
release of the famous "Artistry in
Rhythm." Some of his more famous
instrumental arc "The Peanut Ven
dor," "Eager Beaver," "Collabora
tion," Interlude" and "Artistry in
The Four Freshmen were given
their first boost to stardom by Stan
Kenton in 1950.
Since then they have had such
hit recordings as "Day by Day,"
Graduation Day," "Charmainc" and
"Whistle Me Some Blues."
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University Party, Student
Party Candidates Air Views
Young Will Continue
To The Last Minute
Student sunbathing in the lower
quad with sunglasses and all in
spite of the cool spring breeze.
lie p. or iniin allies were re
I oiled pl t. with the United States.
lrai.ee ar. Wesi liermany oppos
lag Bnt.an'.s suggestion they con
trntrate on o!ving the Berlin situa
t en e(.n at the cast of delating
'ii rinaii unity moves.
Fisetdio Ai r avoided mentioning the
lulm crisis directly In his brief
a !dres.s But he pledged to "make
urnrete ,hh realistic proposals"
.dH.ut Hie overall German problem
m n m-ne to improve relation with
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'oin.; .-"viei.try oi oiaic innv
ti.in llertrr followed Eisenhower's
ad in cautiously favoring negotia
tions. He likewi.se made no direct
r ference to Berlin but talked about
tlie nerd for "A genuine resolution
I the issues which threaten peace."
Two of tlie foreign leaders of the
'I' lciM' alliance, Secretary General
Paul Henri Spaak of Belgium and
I oreign Minister Joseph M. I.uns of
the Nc'herlands, brought out into the
o. en their concern over Berlin ten-
A special dance .sequence will be
featured on WUC TVs e r edit
rcurse. "Musk- Apjreciation." Moti
lay at 7 p m.
Dorothy Bcrea Silver. Anne Betts
Coxhead and Foster Fitz-Simons will
present four baroque dances from
"The Sui'e in G minor for Harp
Mchnrd" by Jean Baptlste Ix)eillet,
choreographed t)y Mrs. Silver.
Formerly a member of Martha
Graham's dance company, as well
as those of Mercc Cunningham and
Pearl Lang. Mrs. Silver last ap
peared in Chapel Hill as Laurie in
the dream ballet sequence of the
Carolina Playmakers production of
Presented To Solons
A $123,000 budget was recommend- the Symposium and Carolina Forum
ed to the Student Legislature Thurs- too closely and therefore was an un
day night by the Budget Committee necessary' request.
oi wnicn tnarnc iiray siu
Mrs. Coxhead. who teaches chil
dren's creative dance in Chapel Hill,
formerly was dance instructor at
tlie University of Illinois, Louisiana
State University and Shorter College.
Foster Fit Simons, associate pro-
dent body treasurer, is chairman.
The budget, presented by Gray,
was set up with an anticipated en
rollment of 5.f)2r undergraduates and
l.!2r graduate and professional
school students in mind.
The total Unappropriated Balance
was $4,477.33. This does not include
wire service appropriations lor tnc
Daily Tar Heel or an allotment for
the senior class gift.
Tlie University Club was cut en
tirely from the budget due to the
irefficient use of funds during the
fessor of dramatic art ut UNC. was 1 Tar
a member of Ted Shawn's dance
cunpany for several years. He has
been associated with the Univer
sity since 19t2, and for the past
ci;;ht years has been choreographer
and associate director of "Unto
These Hills." the annual historical
production at Cherokee.
"Music Appreciation." televised
on Channel 4 every Monday and
Wednesday evening from 7 to 7:45
p.m., is coordinated by William S.
Newman, professor of music at the
An increase of $1,000 was allotted
the Inter-Dormitory Council. Gray
said the committee felt that the
IDC had been quite effective the
past year and deserved the added
From a request of $1,300, the
Graduate Club was given $130. The
Club wanted the added amount to
sponsor a series of speakers of in
terest to graduate students. How
ever, the Budget Committee felt
tnat this paralleled the activities of
The Carolina Quarterly was ap
propriated $2400 to publish two is
sues per year. According to Gray,
the Committee felt that the maga
zine is merely to promote UNC's
reputation off campus and that two
issues per year should be sufficient.
The entire budget will be debated
by the solons at the next session of
Speaker Ralph Oummings urged
legislators to bring up any suggested
changes through the Finance Com
mittee, so as to minimize the dis
cussion next week.
Ann Harvey's (UP) bill to ablish
the system of having oral interviews
to select jurors for the trying of
honor Council cases was tabled.
The business manager for the
Carolina Handbook will be chosen
by the Selections Board of the
Publications Board Thursday at
Any interested persons may ap
pear at this time for an inter
view in the Grail Room of Gra
Further information may be
obtained by contacting Harold
O'Tucl, chairman of the Publica
( ri )
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THE FOUR FRESHMEN
Davis Young, sole remaining can-1
tlidate for editor of The Daily Tar
Heel, yesterday announced that
even though he is without opposition
in Tuesday's election he will con-
; tinue campaigning "right up to the
Young said, "I want to acquaint
as many students as possible with
my plans for the paper. Even
though these plans have already
been discussed at length. I know
that there are many students who
can only be reached through per
"I fully intend to keep the promise
that I have consistently made
throughout this campaign to stay
out of partisan politics. I repeat
that as editor, I will not be a parti
cipant in the activities of either po
"However, I will comment vigor
ously on issues confronting both of
the political parties and the Student
"I would like to take this oppor
tunity to thank the many people who
have worked so faithfully for me
ciuring this campaign. I owe thanks
to a large number of people in both
the University and Student parties,
as well as a great many indepen
dents. "I would particularly like to single
out my two campaign managers
Art Shields and Hunton Tiffany,
whose aid and advice throughout the
past few weeks has been a constant
source of strength. -
"There are of course a large num
ber of others who have contributed
to my campaign in some way. I
would like to extend my gratitude
to Jan Cobbs, Jo Carpenter, Jey
Deffell, Al Goldsmith, Bill Norton,
Roger Foushee and the many others
Announced By Duff
New co-chairmen of Graham Me- Lhik and Rudy Walldorf.
morial Activities Board committees The Star Series Committee was
were announced Friday afternoon by organized from the former Student
GMAB President Angus Duff.
who have expressed confidence in
"I sincerely hope that I will be
able to produce a paper that is of
service to the students and which
reflects credit on the University. It
is my hope that The Daily Tar Heel
during the next year may help in
solving many of the vital problems
and issues which are so important
Itemized expense accounts of can
didates in the April 7 elections are
due in to the Elections Board be
fore 6 p.m. April 6.
Hank Patterson, chairman of the
Board, said Friday that failure to
submit an account of expenditure
would impose a $5 fine on the can
didate on the condition that the ac
count be turned in within 24 hours.
If the candidate fails to pay the
fine within 24 hours, he would be
disqualified. Patterson said disquali
fication would also result if a can
didate failed to submit the expense
account in question.
Expense accounts may be ob
tained in the student government of
fice or from the chairmen of the
University and Student parties. The
completed expense accounts may be
turned in also at the student gov
The new co-chairmen for 1939-60
were approved by the Graham Me
morial Board of Directors Friday.
Six committees have co-chairmen
this year so as to combine the ex
perience of two qualified persons.
Listed with their committees the
co-chairmen are as follows:
Calendar Committee, Bob Grub
and Louis Gump; Social Committee,
Hoi Miller and a coed to be an
nounced later; Films Committee,
George Grayson and Stan Black;
House Committe, Cynthia Grant and
Stewart Friddy; Publicity Commit
tee, Randal Ethcridge and Ed Riner,
and Star Series Committee, Russell
Other new chairmen of GMAB
committees are Jerry Stokes, Cur
rent Affairs Committee; Sally Pul
ler., Drama Committee; R. V. Fulk,
Music Committee, and Warren Jack
son, Tournaments Committee.
"I am looking forward to work
ing with these new co-chairmen in
order to have a successful year,"
Duff said. He added that majority
of the chairmen are fraternity and
sorority members "giving a wide
span of experience which wiU be
necessary for next year's work."
There will be a compulsory meet
ing Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock in
the GMAB office for both old and
new chairmen, Duff emphasized.
The Faculty Committee on Fra
ternities decided Friday to continue
its study on deferred rushing
throughout the next academic year.
George Esscr, chairman of the
committee, said the Faculty Coun
cil at a meeting Friday, took no de
finite action on fraternity matters.
Speaking of new fraternity courts.
Esser indicated that they "did not
consider" it at the meeting. "The
Faculty Council does not have jur
isdiction on this matter and only
listens to recommendatins on loca
tions," he said.
Original Student Opera
FACULTY CLUB OFFICERS Dr. Wirntr
Weill, lift, lurflion, wn tttcttd prtildint of the
Ficulty Club htrt. Othu, Uft to right, rp Prof.
Walter Spearman, vice president; Prof. Frederick
Cleaveland, secretary; Prof. Arnold Perry, treasur-tr.
The Music and Drama Commit
tees of GMAB are sponsoring an
original-student written opera in the
latter part of April.
The opera, "Whatever Passes
Along the Paths of the Sea," by
Thomas Rice, graduate student in
the Music Deparmtent, and Russell
l.mk, a graduate student in the
Drama Department, will be pre
sented April 18-19 in the Playmak
ers Theatre at 8 p.m. It will be
preceded by a short chamber can-
tata, "Fully Clothed in Armor, With
Her Sliield and Spear, Athena Em
erged From Zeus's Forehead," also
by Rice and Link.
The opera is based upon the Me
dusa-Perseus legend with varia
Ethel Casey, soprano from Ra-'
leigh, will sing the role of Cassiope
ia, Rebecca Carness, Chapel Hill,
will sing Andromeda; James Gibbs,
tenor from Asheville, will sing Ce-
phcus; Marilyn Zachau, mezzo-soprano
from Raleigh, will sing Medu
sa and Hunter Tillman, baritone
from Roxboro, will sing Persaus.
Martii Preston, Raleigh, will per
form the Casual Woman and the
King's Mistress, and Darwin Solo
mon, Kernersville, will dance the
Also in the cast will be Chanault
Spence, Carolyn Meyers, Margaret
Starnes and James Tedder.
The opera is scored for an in
strumental ensemble and wUl be
comiuc.te4 'by tlie composer. In tlie
John Minter predicted a five can- r
didate University Party sweep in
the spring elections at the Public
Rally held last night in Gerrard
University Party candidate for
president Charlie Gray declared
that although lie was opposed to de
ferred rush, he would accept it, if
the faculty of the University estab
Student Party candidate for pres
ident Norman Smith pledged him
self to a program of action in meet
ing some of the critical needs of
Smith cited some of those needs
a.- adaptation to a growing campus
of student government so that it
dees not lose ties with the people of
the campus. He pledged assistance
to the University in providing - for
ilself adequate funds for mainten
ance of continued high standards.
Gray cited problems in both dormi
tory and fraternity areas, and
pointed out that he was opposed to
mixed honor councils, but was in
favor of combined IDC-IFC co-operation
in helping plan campuswide
Gray in response to questioning"
said that he was a citizen of the
United States and hence would re
spect and uphold the 1954 Supreme
C:urt decision on segregation.
John Brooks explained that the
Student Party candidates are a
team dedicated to continuation of
solid, progressive student govern
Both David Giigg (UP) and Jim
Crownover SP) pledged their help
m maintaining good attendance rec-
ords in the Student Legislature and
for establishing legislation to re
quire legislators to meet with their
Grigg advocated a government of
"study" in which committees were
formed to analyze the many student
Crownover speke in favor of judi
cial revision including the mixing of
academic honor council cases and
opening trials to the public if the
defendant so desires.
Experience was cited by Erwin
Fuller as a crucial factor in deter
mining who would serve as treasurer
the next year. The Student Party
candidate cited his three year ex
perience in student government.
Bob Bingham, University Party
treasurer candidate, described his
professional financial experience,
and cited interest as the important
(See CANDIDATES. Page 3)
Forum Will Present
"Endgame" by Samuel Beckett
will be presented in cooperation
with the Freshman Forum on April
30 and May 1 according to co-producers
Freeman Bayley and Leoni
Tryouts will be held tonight at
7:30 in the YWCA.
ensemble will be Martha Halliday,
flute; Bill Evans, flute; Eddie Bass,
trumpet; Fred Riescr, trumpet; Jim
Lambeth, trombone; Bill Kellam,
tuba; Joanne Gouldon, percussion;
Nancy Walker, piano-celeste; Daniel
Gore, guitar; Ted Quest, violin; Don
Russell Link is directing the opera,
and sets and costumes are designed
by Robert LaVine, New York. John
Sneden has adapted and executed
the designs for the productions.
Marilyn Zachau, as Hera, and
Wayne Garber, as Zeus, will sing the
contata. Ted Quest will accompany
on the violin and Don Fouse, violon
cello. The production will be presented
free of charge.
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Douglas McDermott, a graduate
student in dramatic arts will direct
the play. He is a graduate of Pomo
na College in Clarcmont, Calif., and
has directed several plays previous
ly. This is the firtt time a Beckett
play has been produced in the South.
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