EDITORIAL PBOXX 4JJ1
CHAPEL HILL, N. C., THURSDAY; MAY 21, 1936
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ON NEW SYSTEM
jire Trustees Nominated to Di
rect Business Under Prospec
tive Trust Agreement
BALLOTING AT CLOTHIER'S
Francis Anderson, Harper
ISarnes, M. F. Breckenridge,
Frank Hanft, and Haywood
Weeks have been nominated as
the five trustees for the Stu
dent Co-operative Association.
These five men, and also the
new trust, agreement, will be
voted upon by the members of
the Co-op tomorrow. Ballot box
es will .be placed in the Co-op
Clothiers, ; .
Harper Barnes, present direct
or of Graham Memorial, is one
of the originators of the Co-op.
He was president of the student
body for 1933-34 and ra member
of the Golden Fleece, V : i '
Francis Anderson, an original
member of the Student Audit
Board, is permanent president of
his class of 1933. ... .
Haywood Weeks, another of
the originators of the Co-op, was
secretary of the Student Coun
cil, and president of the student
body in 1932-33. He was, also a
member of the Student Audit
TO SPEAK TODAY
K. Kuratowski of Warsaw Uni
versity to Lecture in Phillips
i As Hamlet in last year's
Forest theater production,
Dr. Koch's acting won high
praise. This year the found
er of the Playmakers is not
taking a part in "Lysistra
ta," but is directing the en
tire production himself.-
KOGH IS DIRECTOR
OF OUTDOOR PLAY
"Lysistrata" Is Sixteenth Pro-
auction to Be uiven in
K. Kuratowski, prof essor ;of
mathematics and dean of general
sciences of the University of
Warsaw, Poland, will address the
joint mathematics seminars of
the University of North Carolina
and of Duke University this aft
ernoon at 3 o'clock in 359 Phil
lips hall. .. .- '.r'. .'.
Professor Kuratowski will Iec
ture on "Some Problems inf To-
1 "WIT i -mm
poiogy. ie will deliver a-second
lecture at Duke University
tomorrow afternoon at 4 p. m.
on "The Theory of Analytical
Sets and the General Problem of
Measure." . ' J "
Professor Kuratowski : will be
the guest of honor at a dinner to
be given tomorrow night at 6:45
at the Hope Valley Country
Club. ; The price of the dinner
will be $1.25. All those who can
attend are requested to send
their i acceptance through the
University mail to J. H. Roberts
or to call Duke University exten
sion 343, or to notify Professor
k. S. U. WILL HEAR
ON LEAGUE, YOUTH
Archibald Evans, of Internation
al Labor Organization, to
1 Lecture Tonight
UBLIC ASKED TO ATTEND
"Lysistrata," which will be
given m the Forest theater to
morrow and S5aturdav -niffhts.
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recKenriage, proiessor will marl, the 16th outdoor nro,
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in uic iaw iiuui, teaciies cuuraes duction to be presented here
m law corporation nuance. n1pr tWriiiWtinn nf TW T?v
Frank Hanft, also of the law erjcn w Koch
4 x. . , TT . , As a beginning 18 years ago,
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VA wtlu"co and founded the Playmakers, Dr
Koch , presented "The Taming of
the Shrew." Since then he has
supervised and acted in a num
ber of plays given practically
every spring in the Forest thea
Dr. Koch, although he does
not play a part in "Lysistrata,
Assistant to Secretary of Labor hs in charge of the entire pro-
Addresses Alpha Kappa Delta duction. Last year he played
J. M. Lear, and H.J). Walfe
are nominees for the permanent
Board of Referees.
HEARS STEELM AN!
It has been necessary to
change the time of the examr
ination in Hygiene 3 to 3 o'
clock Saturday afternoon,
May 30. The examinations
will be held in the rooms in
dicated in the Daily Tar
Heel of May i9. . '
Students Will Vote Today
On Glass Honor Councils
Archibald A. Evans, member
of the staff of the International
Labor Organization of Geneva,
will speak at a meeting of the
American Student Union tonight
at 8 o'clock in the banquet rooms
of? Graham Memorial.
His topic will ibe "British
Youth and the League." Mr.
Eyans is how -traveling in the
United States on leave studying
industrial - conditions on a
Rockefeller fellowship, and will
be in Chapel Hill for a few days.
-He holds" an M. A. from Cam
bridge University and has been
on the staff of the International
Labor Office for six, years. He
hasf been in touch with various
youth organizations in Europe.
;' Mr. Evans is a Britisher by
nationality and was born in
Switzerland. He hats traveled
in Europe extensively, and this
is! his first trip to the United
States. During his three months'
stay here, he has spent most of
his time in Washington and has
been traveling in the South
studying the cotton mills.
An open forum discussion
will beheld following Mr. Evans'
talk. The public is invited to
attend the meeting, t - v
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Councilmen Take Office
In Fall If Plan
WILL VOTE IN fTT
Voting on class honor councils
and the election of six officers
for each of the three upper class
councils will begin at 9 a. m. to
day in the Y. M. C. A.
All students are urged by
Student Body President John
Parker to express their views on
the new sub-structure plan. If
the plan is approved, officers
chosen for the class councils will
go into office next fall. ;
Parker Praises Sub-Council Plan
The following is the statement
of John Parker, president of the
student body, on the Student
Council's proposed system of
class honor councils. Ed. Note.
Dr. J. Roy Steelman, a Univer
sity graduate, who is now assist
ant to Frances Perkins, secretary
of labor,: told of the organization
of the labor department arid the
functions of its various bureaus
in an address here last night at
the annual initiation and ban
quet of the Carolina, State,
and Woman's College chapters
of Alpha Kappa Delta, national
honorary sociology fraternity.
The session, was held at the
Carolina !lnn, and about 100 re
presentatives of the three chap
ters, including faculty and
alumni members, were present.
the title role of 'Hamlet." In
the past he has played Petriichia
in "Taming of the Shrew';' and
Mercutio in "Romeo and Juliet,"
in " the Forest theater , produc
tions. . --' V i . . : '
Other Forest theater produc
tions include "Twelfth Night,"
"Much Ado About , Nothing,"
"As You Like It," "Comedy of
Errors," "Prunella," "The Riv
als," "Poor Little Rich Girl,"
Romancers," "A ; Thousand
r a nni rn,
Rip Van Winkle," and "A Mid
summer Night's Dream.
Phi Assembly Names
McGlinh New Speaker
Robert N. Woodworth, of Chapel
Hill, president of the local chap- Drew Martin Unanimously Elect
ter, presided as general chair- :. ed Speaker Pro-Tern
oil1 Tliy Piinprf. Vanpft as I i ?
toastaaster. V ThePh.sembly .field.
cuuo election of officers for the com-
Tw,- Sfpplmnn's ad- year Tuesday in a hot polit-
dress: several amusing skits ical- session, the last meeting of
0fli w'nr fiuv the; year.
t.hL -'a--o, swn nf Frank McGlmn won oyer Pete
otfnt nnH I Peterson for the speakership m
Miss Olive M. Stone of the Insti- a decisive vote, former
-lute for Research- in Social Beadin Clerk .Drew Martin was
The Student Council of the
past year did an excellent piece
of work in tearing away the un
derbrush which was choking the
growth , of student government
at the ,i University. : Sinceu the
field has been well cleared, and
since the student body s has had
the opportunity to think care
fully "over the problem, the
time has now come for us to lay
a solid foundation. Upon the
structure of this foundation de
pends the future of student gov
ernment at the University. ,
The sub-council structure as
recommended by the Student
Council, I believe, will meet the
present need in student govern
ment. Such a plan will tend to
create a class consciousness,
something which has been large
ly lacking at the University for
the past few years. It will give
more students more active parti
cipation in student government.
It' will provide an excellent
training ground for those stu
dents who are to take an actives
part in student government dur
ing their stay at the University.
It will provide means for keep-
Mildred Byron, leading
lady for the Federal Thea
ter's production of "Post
Road," which will be given
in the Playmakers theater
Ballot boxes for the voting
on the proposed sub-structure
system of class councils will
be located only in the Y. M.
C. A. lobby.
TO APPEAR HERE
FTP Troupe Will Present Wil
bur Steele's "Post Road" in
Science. - I
Following the banquet session
-the initiation rites were held in
the sociology department in the
Alumni building. The following
-students were initiated from the
Carolina: Mrs. Margaret. Ha
igood, Misses Gretchen Gores,
"Mary Pride Cruikshank, Harriet
Gates, Margaret Jordan, Jean
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unanimously elected speaker pro
After the election of the treas
urer, in which Leighton;I)udley
defeated Bland Worley, Mace
Gwyer and Lionel Grady ceded
the position of sergeanat-arms
to Bob Dalton.
In the election of reading
clerk, Bill Rainey defeated Al
vin Wingfield and Ted Britt.
Pntli Crowell was elected
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ing the honor system and stu
dent government ever before the
eyes of the respective -classes.
It will also serve as a means of
acquainting new members of the
faculty with student government
and the role which they must
play for its effective operation.
Lack ' of an understanding of
the workings of the honor sys
tern, on the part of some mem
bers of the faculty has seriously
hindered ; the efficiency of the
honor system. Above all, this
plan spreads responsibility.
It should be the : duty of
every member of the student
body to vote today. It is -upon
the will of the students that stu
dent government remains, and
this will should be expressed
when any issue which might ef
fect their government comes to
their attention. The council has
nominated the men who seem
ed best qualified. Politics has
been totally ignored, and we
hope that it shall continue to be
in such an election. It is, there
fore, the duty of every student
on the campus to see that he
votes for the man who in-, his
mind is best qualified. It is upon
the personnel elected that the
success of the plan largely depends.
Fifteen candidates have been
nominated by the Student Coun
cil for each sub-council. Officers
chosen from this group will hear
the charges against honor sys
tern offenders in their particular"
class and then will determine
either innocence or guilt. If
found guilty, the offender will
appear before the central Stu
dent Council for sentence.
Class councils will also be re-
KTwniM. -fnr f Vi a nrDaonf omn
"Post Road," the comedy dra- and exDlanation of the Unlver.
ma written by Wilbur Daniel
Steele,a native of North Caro- bers of the class it represents.
Una, in collaboration with Nor- A faculty member will, sit , with
ma .MitcheU,. will.be presented each of the councils as adviser. .:;
. . -vr i r. . T fiui .nammers nonor coae
by unit No. 1: of the Federal J ... . A ; . - , , . . -
I pnTfiTniTiPP first sncrcroaTorf na
Theater Touring company at the Llass council system in a t
iia,rRC1B tucatci uxi xutauy to the student Council in April,
evening, according to Dr. Fred- It has been approved by the
erics ivocn, -regional aaviser oi counc;i
the r TP.
The touring unit has its head
quarters at Raleigh and for the
past few weeks it has been re
hearsing there under the direc
tion of Charles Schofield, New
York director and at present sen
ior supervisor of ;the New York
project.1 : - ' v . . .
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'The" unit is composed of 20
BOOK SHOP ADDS
Morrow's "Let the King Be
ware Among JNew Books
Received "at Bull's Head :
CORN WELL PLANS
STUDY OF POOLS
Bacteria Counts Will Be Made
Of Swimming Water
Professor Oliver K. Cornwell,
in an effort to safeguard the
health of students who are us
ing the swimming pools in and
near Chapel Hill, has ibegun a se
ries of bacteria counts on the
water in these pools.
Dr. Reece Berryhill, and Dr.
O. F. Richardson, are assisting.
Di Senate Approves ,
Action Of Faculty
Senators Favor Action on Con
Approval of the faculty's ac
tion in submitting the engineer
ing school question to the trus
tees for reconsideration was ex
pressed at a meeting of the Di
Senate Tuesday night
President T. P. Yeatman
cast the deciding vote to break
George III sitting up with the
Prince of Wales, who has - the .
professional actors, playwrights, measles', and Edmund Burke .
and technicians, and Mr. Scho- passing his plate for more beef,
field believes that the production I are only a few of the feature in
of "Post Road" will equal. if not cidents related in "Let the Kine
surpass, the Broadway version Beware," newest novel by Hon
of the play. ore Morrow which has just been
The company is taking the! received by the Bull's Head Book
production on tour through the Shop.
(Continued en page two) 1 A picture of things to come
HART MADE HEAD
OF DANCE . GROUP the main idea set forth in Susan
- ... -.i-.IErtz's "Woman Alive," also
former tommiuee oecreiarjr
Peck Hart, former secretary
of the University dance commit
tee, was elected chairman,
replacing Tom Hawthorne, at a
meeting of the -group Monday
night. Pete. Tyree was elected
to take Hart's former position as
New" members who were pick
ed to serve on the committee for
next year are : Bill McCachren,
Boylan Carr, Randy Rowland,
George MacFarland, Ramsay
Potts, Randy Berg, Marvin Al
len, Joe Derrickson, Pastel Nick
oles, and George Flynt.
These members will take the
places of the following who made
up the committee for the past
year: Jim McCachren,- Ben
Willis, Billy Yandell, Van Webb,
Tom Hicks, Henry Valk, Frank
Willingham, Crist Blackwell,
Floyd Fletcher, and Charles Ed
Ertz's "Woman Alive,"
available in the book shop."'" '
Gorin Book "
The Bull's Head has also re
ceived "Patriotism Prepaid," -.by
Lewis J. Gorin, Jr., national
commander of the Veterans of
Future Wars. . -
Other new books in the shop
are "To the Mountain,'' by Brad
ford Smith, the love story of an
obscure Japanese boy and girl;
"Beyond Sing the Woods,' by
Burton Roscoe, which covers fif
ty years in the life of Norwegian
woodsfolk; "Handbook to Litera
ture," by William F. Thrall, pro
fessor of English here at the
University" and Addison .Hib
bard, formerly in the English
department here and now locat
ed at Northwestern University;
and "The Married Woman," a
practical guide to happy : mar
riage, by Dr. Robert A. Ross and
Gladys H. Groves, wife of Dr.
Ernest R. Groves, sociology pro