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CHAPEL HILL, N. C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1936
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Former Socialist John Spargo
Analyzes Personal Reactions
To Deeds Of Roosevelt Regime
Republican Tells How
He Bolted Leftists
Back In 1917
A meager audience heard a
.soft-spoken but sincere argu
ment for the Republican party
last night in Memorial hall at
the address of John Spargo.
Quite long and detailed, Spar
c's message was an analysis of
his own psychological and eco
nomic reactions to the present
"No decent American would
leny ample and generous relief
to all in need, but no decent
American can face the 'scandal
ous waste, political manipula
tion, cynical undermining of
both administrators and recipi
ents of. relief, without sickening
shairfe," asserted the G. O. P.
No Other Reason
"Were there no other reason
than the desire to register my
condemnation of this degrada
tion of Christian compassion,
should vote for Governor Lan-
don in preference to Mr. Roose
velt," he continued.
The 60-year-old speaker men
tioned briefly the reasons for his
change from Socialist to Repub
lican ranks in 1917.
His speech last night showed a
liberal interpretation of Repub
lican policies. ". . The policy of
the Roosevelt administration, in
its major features, represents a
serious drift to reactionary and
TO SPEAK FRIDAY
Address To Be Second
In Series By New
Will Be Presented
Here This Week End
Playmakers Slake Many Innova
tions for Season's JFirst Pro
duction, The Drunkard"
Attempting one of the most
-To sustain interest in the technically complex shows in
lit t sm t
Democratic side of the fall po- tneir wyf tne uaroiina -iay-
litical stew, the Carolina Politi- maKers are Presenting "ine
cal union will follow Represent- DrunKara' or Ane allen
ative Bob Douirhton's address Pvea, tomorrow, rriaay, ana
this mornimr with h .rl baturaay evenmgs at tne flay-
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ance of Senator Josiah W. Bai
ley in Memorial hall Friday
A native of Raleigh, Bailey
has been a United States senator
from this state since 1931. He
has a son, Pou, who is a sopho
more at the TTniversitv.
Bailey s speech will be the
second by a series of New Deal
Directed by Harry Davis, the
cast of 30 has been in rehearsal
three weeks, and tomorrow night
will see the culmination of their
efforts to bring to Chapel Hill
the flavor and atmosphere of the
With this in mind, the stage
of the theater has been some-
New Dealer 'Bob' Doughton
To Uphold Administration
In Memorial Hall Today
Dr. Archibald Henderson of
the department of mathematics
who will address the Faculty
Philosophy of Science club to
TO GIVE CAMPUS
Polls Open In TP Today;
One Of Six Schools
To Make Test
advocates. Congressman Frank wha1: eniarrPd to hold the cast.
J Hancock of Oxford is scheduled while as much of the setting as
xo appear soon. - : nnsa;hlp
is ssiisnPTidpd in thp flips.
TM oin'ri nr V10 loo r a in V10 rrn
lYlctmemdllCS lieaa 1 rinrtimi at-a Rnhprt NarhtmanTi.
VY1U laiK lomorrOW ; cast as Cribbs. the villain: Rob-
To Philosophy Group ert du Four as Edward Middle-
ton, the hero ; Marion Hartshorn
Henderson will Point Out Mod-1 as Mary. Edward's wife: and
ern Scientific Developments I Samuel Hirsch as Bill Dowton,
Edward's foster brother, tried
Dr. Archibald Henderson of and true.
the mathematics department
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I Veteran N. C Politician
To Answer Spargo
Begins At 10:32
Representative Robert L.
Doughton speaks for President
Roosevelt and the New Deal in
Memorial hall at -chapel period
The veteran North Carolina
politician is expected to reply to
attacks on the present adminis
tration such as were heard last
night at the address of Republi
can John Spargo.
Now 73 years old, Doughton
has been in national politics
many years. He was a member
In cooperation with the Daily
Princetonian and the Associated
Press, which has requested six
colleges to combine in takiner a
oppressive ... political and social straw vote concerning the com
ideals," he said. ing presidential election, the
Cautioning his listeners to Carolina Political union is spon
choose Landon for safety's sake, soring a straw vote beginning
he concluded, ". . . No more re- today in the Y. M. C. A.
actionary doctrine has ever been Ballots may be obtained and
preached in this nation from the votes placed in the lobby of the
FOR OPEN FORUM
will, address the Faculty Philos
ophy of Science club tomorrow
night at S o'clock in the lounge
room of the Graduate club. Dr.
Henderson will speak on "Art Author of Several Books Tells
and Science, a Modern Ran- of Educators' Problems
Discussed By Beale
At Bull's Head Tea
Pointing out certain modern
developments in -mathematics.
and physics, and recent informa
tion advanced by Einstein and
other prominent scientists, Dr.
Dr. H. K. Beale, discussing
his new book, "Are American
Teachers Free?" was the fea
tured speaker at the Bull's Head
Y. M. C. A. from 10:30 until
The purpose of the straw vote,
I according to C.P.U. President
Frank McGlinn, is to see who is
the choice among the student
ivr,ni; RnMi. Others body faculty, and townspeople
r.;AaT ot,,1 can
rp TVToLr To lire '""'
X V luaiw how North Carolina voters com-
'By securing Frank McGlinn pare in their choice with those
,to speak for the 'Smith WalK- m otner sxares.
Onf Democrats.' the student "We also are interested m see-
onen forum is practically as-ling whether supporters for can
sured a success," prognosticated didates defeated in the primary
Harry Ganderson yesterday, have changed to the opposing
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member of tne rm comuiuicc party or not.
nai'oiiTiff tViA A.S.XJ. in nlanningl
to tSTpdlttaU controversy. POTfflf AT, flROIIP
xne xoruiu .wm ttttt t -nn-nr i nrmr
Tuesday night in Graham Me- Y1LL V UMl I Ali i I
morial and all arguers are urgea
to attend. The speakers are not Farmer-Lah orites Meet
yet fully decided upon but jtu- Tomorrow Niffht
art Rabb has agreea to upnom
the New Deal platiorm. aii c-l-i aii . stuaents interested m
fort is being made to secure an forming a farmer-labor party on
officer of the Young Republican this campus are invited to at
tend a meeting to be held at 7 :45
p. m. tomorrow in the north
lounge of Graham Memorial.
Professor W. A. Olsen, Eng-
there is a Leme vr7 IT the "Political Trends in the 1936
tistic character of scientific de
Dr. L. O. Kattsoff of the Phi-
tea yesterday afternoon in the
tt j -n -n x i XT. Bull s Head bookshop.
Henderson will illustrate the ar- . . -.
Dr. Beale, author of "The Cri
tical Years,", and "Reconstruc
tion," discussed the problem con-
osophy department organized and how the are oyer.
tne acu,ry rnnosopn 01 bC1- these blem3
ence club a year ago with a view mentioned Dr. Beale emphasiz.
to combating overspeciahzation i:.! j ,.,!
m the various fields of educa-l .ha nwnm nf
tion. Dr. Kattsoff is president of I t.-t.x . j
!, , , tv- cT a L . prohibition, sex, private and
10:32 a. m.
FOUR NEW PLAYS
TO HAVE CASTING
the club and Dr. S. A. Emery is
secretary. All members of the
faculty are invited to attend the teacnei:s
meetings ana xaxe part;.m xne
public schools and the matter
of tenure and employment for
"it is m the matter qt em
ployment, that .we find the most
restriction imposed on teach-
ers," asserted ur. ieaie.
The book under discussion is
one in a series making up the
club to combat Rabb.
A student Socialist and Com
munist will be selected soon
the Phi and the
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A.S.U. will oe giaa . ! " Olsen's address the meeting will
speaK, accoruiuK w devoted to an open forum for
dell, chairman 01 tne iwu vuu..
X iUiU'UvUK " .
a discussion of liberal, labor, and
radical groups and the stand
they are taking in the coming
political parties and de-
mlfiM-inn. 'Another tonip. xeill Va
bating, will be invited to attend Lhe possibility of a realignment
the meeting and add a tew argu- Qf parties in 1940.
ments to the general necKiuig This meeting is in the nature
after the debate.
of a continuation of the group
which met after the address
made here by Bishop Jones.
The meeting is being arranged
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The Buccaneer, campus comic
The record concert today in
Hill Music hall at 1:25 will be:
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Balakirev, Sir Hamilton Harry Social Studies of the American
and the London Philharmonic Historical association. In the
orchestra; "Polovetzian Dance," preface to his book, Dr. Beale
Borodin, Philadelphia Symphony acknowledges the help of Miss
orchestra; "On the Steppes of (Georgia Faison and Dr. J. C.
Central Asia," Borodin, London Russell, of the University fac-
Symphony orchestra. lulty.
Representative Bob Dough
ton. nrominent New Dealer.
who speaks for the Democratic 01 ali congresses irom the sixty-
oartv in Memorial hall todav at secona, wmcn convenea m
" l A At I 11 1 .
io xne sevenxy-iourcn. wmcn
ends in 1937.
He was born at Laurel
Springs, N. C, and still main
tains his home there, being com
monly known as "Farmer Bob."
In national politics he is at pres
ent prominent as chairman of
the House Ways and Means
Students' Productions committee.
To Be Presented - s morning's program will
Ortnlipr 3fi begin at 10 :32 o clock. Students
coming irom secona period
Offering opportunities for 25 classes may get seats in Memo-
actors and actresses, the Caro- rial hall in time to hear the com-
lina Playmakers this afternoon plete address.
at 4 :3U will hold tryouts for this representative Doughton is
quarter's first bill of experimen- the first speaker for the Demo-
tal. productions, to be given at cratic party , brought to Chapel
the Playmakers theater on Fri- Hill by Carolina Political union
day, October 30. . this fall. Friday night another,
Frank Durham, assistant to Senator Bailey, will be heard.
Dr. Koch, annnnncfis that, four
of the seven plays submitted H K H V H IV I Z M PAKTV
havA hp.en s?p.lPCTPn for nrnnnr-
tion. They include "Waitin'." a
piay Dy wniiam reery oi ia-
ZLJriC " Three Speakers Present
TTcrW Has" bv Kate Mav . lttaa umtjr 1UWS
o J r r I -
Kutneriord oi iaramsDurg, in- The Freshman Friendship
diana; and "And Things Hap- council played host to over 200
pen," by Don Watters of Ka- guests when it held its first so
vena, Ohio. cial of the year Monday nieht in
It was also announced by Mr. Graham Memorial.
Durham that everyone is invited Dean Bradshaw, Fred Weav-
to try out for these experimen- er. and Ramsay Potts were the
tals; no' previous experience is speakers of the evening; Mary
necessary. The directors and Lee Scales and Nell Booker gave
authors will be present to select readings; Marjorie Usher play-
Class Meetings Tomorrow Night
First Signs Of Their existence
New Sophomores, New Juniors,
New Seniors Show Signs of
Sophomores in Graham Me
morial lounge, juniors in 103
Bingham, and seniors in Memo
rial hall will hear their respec
tive class presidents and install
their new honor councils tomor
row night at 7 o'clock.
Meeting simultaneously, the
classes will all be assemblying
as group unities for the first
time this fall, and also for the
first time in their own existence
as 1936 sonhomore. iunior. and
senior classes. -
Following fraternal remarks
by their presidents, classmates
will, hear their own Student
council representative explain
the new honor , council set-up, in
troduce the honor councils, and
lead the class itself in a short
open discussion of the sub-trib
unals, its duties,, regulations,
and possibilities for effective
Other probable business to
be considered by the classes may
concern the annual dance.
Tryouts For Annual
All freshmen interested
in going, out for the busi
ness staff of the Yackety
Yack meet, at the office to
day at 2 o'clock.-
Homecoming: Day Plans
Made Last Night
ed selections on the piano; and
the sophomore quartet, consist
ing" of Frank Turner, Claude
Armfield. Brooks Patten, and
Ellis Bullins, presented several
( original song arrangements.
The problem of class unity
was discussed by the three
Betty Redfern, representing speakers. Dean Braohaw, as
Spencer hall, Ruth Howard, rep- an alumnus of the University,
resenting the town girls, Hoke said that the reason for the suc
Shore, from Lambda Chi Alpha, cess of some classes and the f ail-
and Paul D'Ascensio were the ure of others lies in the fact
four new members chosen by that the successful ones work as
the University club at their one unit. "Don't let any one
meeting last night held in Gra- part of. the class go against an
ham Memorial. other part," he said. "Let the
President Nick Read presided, whole stick together in one class
and plans for homecoming day of unselfish men."
were discussed. As has been the Ramsay Potts, approaching
custom of the past several years, the problem as a fraternity man,
exhibit prizes will be given. said, "In reality, we are all stu-
Judges for the town display dents at the University. . There
are Dean Bradshaw, Dr. Wood- is no discrimination between
house, Dr. Coffin, Mr. Frazer fraternity men and non-frater-and
Dr. Zimmermann. Professor nity men. Above all else let each
Olsen. Dean House, Professor of us be loyal to the University.'
Koch, President Graham and
Professor Carroll will judge the
Plans were also made for two
radio programs to be held Wed
nesday, October 28, over WPTF
and Thursday, October 29, over
Fred Weaver, a non-fraternity
man, stated, "Because some of
the class are fraternity men and
others are not does not mean
that a division should be made
in your class. One can be just
as active in all activities as the