C5iasl BUI. B. C
CHAPEL HILL. N. C. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1950
WEATHER: Clear and cool.
Cage Ray To Begn
n Memorial At 7
Six Carolina Game Student Card Pictures
To Be Shown; Tom Scott Will Be Honored
Carolina's famed color card stunts six sets of them in all
arc coming to life again. And this time even those who so
patiently took part in the stunts all during football season
will be able to see the colorful show.
At 7 o'clock tonight, Memorial
Hall will be turned into a motion
picture theater and movies of the
stunts made at the State, Duke,
Wake Forest, Virginia, Tennes
see, and Georgia games will be
The occasion for the Chapel
Hill premier showing of the
stunts is the "Beat Dook" pep
rally Which the University Club
is staging from 7 to 8 o'clock to
night. The rally will open with
the showing of the card stunts,
and students will be able to see
such enthusiastically - received
stunts as the Justice to Werner
pass, the Duke-Carolina friend
ship stunt and the picture of the
Stars and Bars that changes into
the Stars and Stripes.
Following the movies of the
card stunts, Norm Sper and his
cheerleaders will take the stage
and lead students in some favor
ite cheers and songs.
The University Band said last
night they would have 100 mu
sicians on hand to furnish music.
Another feature of the" program
will be a stunt by a group of co
eds. The details are still secret
but Frank Allston, chairman of
the rally, has promised this part
of the show will be something
out of the ordinary.
More humor will be injected
into the rally when cheerleader
Joe Chamblis presents his famous
"Those who have seen Joe per
form, know how funny he is,
Allston said. "Those who have
not seen him are irr for a good
Tonight's program will actual
ly be a double header, for the
University Club has named it of
ficial "Tom Scott Night" in honor
of tnc coach of the basketball
team. During the program Scott
will be recognized for the fine
work he has done.
"The last time the University
Club tried to have a pep . rally
only 28 people appeared," All
ston said. "Tonight is our chance
to redeem ourselves, so wc hope
that every student will turn out
and let the players know that
we'll be behind them all the way
when they take on Duke tomor
Gets In Again
MEMPHIS, Tenn. Feb. 15 lT)
Isaac Richardson, tall and bent,
has tried out life in the the U. S.
Penitentiary and, frankly, he
The Gl -year-old man, who
looks even older, likes it So well
that he deliberately added two
more years to the 26 he has spent
inside prison in the last 30.
He got the newest term yester
day for mail theft. A witness in
U. S. District Court said he calm
ly bashed a postofficc lock box
with a rock, took out two letters
and asked to be arrested.
Ode To Odor
WAYCROSS. Ga., Feb. 15
(!') City Manager S. L. Ruff
responded in kind lo a citizen
who mixed garbage and rhyme
in a comic valentine. Said the
"Roses are red. . .violets are
blue. . .the garbage pickwp. .
is two weeks overdue."
Said the City Manager today
"Your rhyme smells. . .your
garbage does. too. . .1 have sent
for your. . .hog feed P. D. Q.
Pan Hell Olio
Set To Present
Skits For Fund
The Rendezvous Room will take
on the atmosphere on a Holly
wood night club tonight when
the five sororities on campus pre
sent their second annual Olio at
Sponsored by Pan Hellenic
Council, the Olio is being given
for .the purpose of raising money 1
to help a group of girls living , in!
one of the cottages at the Metho
dist Orphanage in Raleigh. There
will be no charge for admission,
but members of the Stray Greeks
will take, up a silver "Offering
which will be used in the Pan
Each sorority will present one
act, and most of them will be
amusing, Pan Hell President Lu
cille Rights said.
The Alpha Gams are giving a
musical act entitled "Ragtime
Gal which is supposed to be a
take off on the singing commer
cial. Doodle Williams will be
the announcer, Moe Huntley will
be the accompaniest and members
of the chorus will be Rachael
Sutton, Peggy Neal, Beth Ed
wards, Kitty S1 John, Helen
Boone and Jean DeWitt.
"The Harpies Sing" will be the
title of the Chi Omega skit, and
it will poke a little good natured
fun at sororities. Taking part in
it will be Ellen Turlington
Toodie Sykcs, Ncllc Clark, Lou
Carmichacl, Louise Robbins, Peg
gy Williams, Mecia Eurc, Bootsie
Lyons, Polly Rudolph and Mary
Clara Jane Burroughs and her
ukelele will be the featured star
of the Tri Delt skit which will
be entitled "The Uke's the Thing
June Crocket will be the announc
er and Tink. Gobble will accomp
any Clara Jane on the piano.
"Lower Slobovia" is the title
of the Pi Phi skit which will star
Joyce Richcrt, Iris McEwan and
The AD Pi's will give a skit
entitled "Hillbilly Talent Show.
Taking part in it will be Anita
Gates, Emily Bostwick, Lu Dan
iels, Jackie Sharpe, Helen Joyce
Bell and Charlotte Wilson.
SUNDERLAND, Mass., Feb. 15
4;p)Calling all Sadowskis!
Want a cop? Call Chief of Po
lice William R. Sadowski
Need a fireman? Call Assistant
Fire Chief William R. Sadowski
Want a new sidewalk or
hole fixed in the road? Call Su
perintendent of Streets and Roads
William R. Sadowski
Need a summons served? Call
Constable William R. Sadowski
The 44 - year - old Sadowski'
multiple jobs, which also include
Superintendent of the Town
Dump, Superintendent of Flood
Control and Fence Viewer, net
him about .$4,000 a year.
Invited To Attend;
UP To Lead Talks
Carolina's YDC Political Ac
tion School goes into its second
iession tonight with an open for
um of student and University
Party leaders scheduled to lead a
discussion on "How to Turn out
the Campus Vote, and How to
Win Campus Elections."
YDC acting President Graham
Jones said yesterday that the top
candidates of the UP and the SP
ave been invited to attend to
night's gathering and make brief
tatements on their campaigns.
John Sanders and Don van
Nopen, presidential candidates,
and Herb Mitchell, Bill Prince,
ind Dick Murphy vice-presi-iential
nominees will be recog
lized. Jones said that the local YDC
ias taken as one of its projects
i large turnout in the spring elec
tions. In connection with this, he
itated that Paul Roth, UP chair
man; Dave Sharpe, UP legislator;
pat Bowi6i Women's Orientation
mairman; Gran Childress, form
er chairman of the SP; Student
3ody President Bill Mackie, and
past President , Jess Dedmond
have been "invited to participate
in a discussion on getting out
he campus vote.
By Vet's Club
The University Veterans Asso
ciation will hold a party for all
members tonight at 8:30 with two
door prizes to draw a large crowd.
President Charlie Foley said
yesterday that, the UVA would
also give a prize for the winner
of a dancing contest scheduled
for the evening's entertainment.
Daisy Bell Anderson making
with the vocals, Frank Groseclose
on the 88 keys and Forrest Cov
ington giving with his usual as
sortment of American ballads will
round out the program.
All veterans and members of
the University ROTC units arc
eligible for membership in the
Goes Back 3,000 Years
Naming Of Constellations Explained
In Morehead's Show, 'Winter Stars
"In ages long past, according to as an effort to commemorate some (The citizens of central North Caro-
the oldest complete description of
the sky that we know of, men
named the groups of stars. These
names have come down to us
from at least a time 3,000 years
ago," and they will be told and
explained in "The Winter Stars"
in the current showing in the
Morehead Planetarium at the Uni
versity, according to Dr. -Roy K.
Marshall, the director.
"Many people think that astron
omers must be possessed of very
viVid imaginations, to see these
pictures in the sky," Dr. Marshall
says, "while as a matter of fact
the professional astronomer is
likely not to think at all of the
rich heritage of tradition and his
tory, that lies behind the con
stellations. The astronomer thinks
of a constellation as a named
area of the sky, and not at all
The Student Legislature ' will
get one-half of its double-barreled
solution to the' fee raise ques
tion tonight when a bill calling
for a student body referendum
hits the floor.
Another bill, asking a raise in
undergraduate fees of $.50 and a
graduate increase of $1.15 pet
quarter, is still hung in the
Finance Committee of the Legis
lature. It will come out next
The referendum bill has a strike
against it when it comes to the
floor.' It will be reported out of
Ways and Means Committee un
favorably, which means the com
mittee voted against it.
Introduced by Student Party
For Collier s
"Eleven campus beauties
now are entered in the Col
lier's Cover Girl Contest," said
Clyde Smithson, committee
chairman yesterday. "Several
more applications are eoming H
before the Friday deadline,
according to information from
campus organizations," contin
Displays containing the pic
tures of the entrants will be
set up in the lobby of the
YMCA building indicated
Smithson. Voting will begin on
"So 4 far they have been
pleasing and personable," said
Smithson. "However there is
still plenty of room in the con
test for many more of Caro
lina's Coeds who qualify for
"Phi Beta in Beauty."
Organizations who intend to
sponsor an entry into the con
test are urged to get in their
applications . at the earliest
date. The contest committee
will allow time after the sub
mission of applications for ob
taining and submitting photo
graphs All applications should be
brought to Room 202 of the
YMCA building which will be
open each day from 1:30 until
legendary hero or heroine . or
"This is one field of astronomy,"
says Dr. Marshall, "in which any
one, from the young school boy
or girl to the lawyer or house
wife, can become more proficient
than-the professional astronomer.
What is more," he says, "it is the
one branch of astronomy which
one can practice without any
equipment, on any clear night.
A pair of eyes and a clear sky
are all that are necessary.
"Many great figures of the past
have complained that they never
had the opportunity to learn the
sky," Dr. Marshall points out.
"One of the omst prominent was!
Thomas Carlyle, who said, 'Why
did not someone teach me when
young the starry skies, wrhich
I don't half know to this day?'
floor leader Graham Jones, the
referendum bill would make any
raise of student fees contingent
on the approval of a majority of
the students voting in a special
Skepticism over what the extra
money from the raise asked would
go for, held up the Finance Com
mittee report on the Leonard-Cornish-James
fee raise bill, Com
mittee Chairman Ben James said
yesterday. He said certain com
mittee members had asked for
detailed figures on the effect of
The holdup seemed to be a moot
one, however, .since James, in
introducing the bill, and student
body Treasurer Andy Cornish, in
Board Will Choose
Council Men Today
The bipartisan Selection Board will meet this afternoon
to select nominees for appointment to two temporary seats
on the Men's Honor Council.
Plans To End
Carolina's Campus Chest solici
tation 'ends today, and Board
member Ralph Hebb asked all
students who have not contrib
uted to come by the Y between
8:30 and 1 o'clock today.
He reminded solicitors this is
their last day to make reports.
Hebb said reports should be in
the Chest's office no later than
The booth in the Y, to be main
tained by' members of Alpha Phi
Omega, national service fratern
ity, is to especially give town
students a chance to contribute.
ily 190 out of an estimated 800
have given, but their $2.12 aver
age per donor is one of the high
est- compared to other organiza
tions," Hebb said.
Fraternity contributions have
reached a high, Hebb said, as far
as total contributions and percent
of contributions are concerned,
but dormitories have almost
equaled the fraternities in indi
vidual monetary donations.
lina can have no excuse, now,
with the Morehead Planetarium
available to show them just how
to learn what is in the sky."
The demonstration will be giv
en at 8:30 every evening, and at
Saturday and Sunday, matinees
at 3 through February 27.
' The classical figures will be
outlined in the sky in delicate
lines of light from special pro
jectors, and the stories of ancient
legend will be told, to enhance
and give meaning to the names.
One of the most popular of all
presentations in the Planetarium,
this constellation show is expect
ed to be particularly valuable to
the many school groups which
come for the special shows arrang
ed for them, exclusively on Wed
nesday mornings and Thursday
supporting it before the Legisla
ture last week emphasized the
fact that the raise was necessary
to continue operations at present
budget levels, and said there
would be no raise in budget, ap
propriations. Both James and Cornish point
ed out that the enrollment figure
used to estimate fee incorhe has
dropped from 7,200 last year to
6,500 this year, and that the raise
asked would bring in approxi
mately the same revenue as the
present fees under the old enroll
Present fees are $5 per quarter
for undergraduates and $3.85 for
Student body President Bui
I Mackie and former Council
Chairman Roy Holsten, whose
seat, but not office, will be filled
by one of the appointments, an
nounced yesterday the composi
tion of the Board. '
The board is composed of four
representatives from each campus
political party, one man appoint
ed by the Council, and Holsten,
the chairman, appointed by
University Party representa
tives are Bunny Davis, Anies
Daye, Edgar Love, and Dick
Rozen. Student Party representa
tives are Pat'Bowie, Charlie Fox,
Banks Talley, and Fred Thomp
son. Bob Evans is an SP alter
nate. Bob Payne will represent
Open are one senior seat and
one at-large seat. Any senior is
eligible for the senior post, any
sophomore, junior or senior for
the at-large appointment.
The resignations of senior
member Ben Jones and Holsten
make necessary the appoint
ments. President Mackie will ap
point the two replacements from
the Selection Board recommenr
iations. The Cotmcil will elect its
The Board meets at 3 o'clock
this afternoon in the Grail Room
of Graham Memorial.
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Back At Job
Capt, J. E. Cooper, comman
dant of the Naval ROTC here,
has returned from a special as
signment in Washington, D. C,
after spending almost three weeks
in the nation's capitol.
Capt. Cooper served as a mem
ber -of an ' interview board for
ROTC regular student applicants,
contract students who wished to
become regular students and stu
dents already' in school who
wished to join the program. The
students the Captain interviewed
will enter the program in the
fall of 1950, he said.
The Captain came to the Uni
versity as NROTC commandant
in the middle of August, 1949.
after serving as commander of
destroyer group two of the At
He is a 1926 graduate of the
Naval Academy at Annapolis and,
in addition to Chapel Hill, makes
I his home in Columbus Ga.
In . Race;
Defeated For Veep
By Zane Robbins
The University Party nominated Don Van Noppen and
Herb Mitchell as candidates for the presidency and vice
presidency respectively of the Student Body yesterday after
noon in the Roland Parker Lounge of Graham Memorial.
Van Noppen, a senior from Morgantown, edged out Stu
dent Body Vice President Ted Leonard . in a nip-and-tuck
battle that saw speakers representing both factions praise
the respective candidates. '
Fletcher Harris, former UP
ft - " :
jf. I 4
DON VAN NOPPEN, senior
from Morganlon, was nomi
nated by the University Parly
yesterday lo run for Ihe presi
dency of Ihe student body in
spring general elections April
Thomas Nichols, pianist and
graduate assistant in the " Music
Department, will present a re
cital this evening at 8:30 in Hill
For his program, Nichols has
chosen various forms of the sona
ta, . including "Three Sonatas"
(Soler); "Sonata" (Sessions).
Nichols has attended Baylor
University, University of Tulsa,
and Eastman School of Music.
While at. Tulsa, he was assistant
professor, of Theory and Piano,
and a member of the University
Trio, which did a series of con
He has been soloist on the fol
lowing occasions: with the Ro
chester Civic Orchestra in Sym
posium Concerts during the 1940-
41 season, playing first perform
ance of a Frank Hruby concerto;
with the Tulsa Orchestra in con
certos of Bartok, Brahms, Rach
maninoff; and on four contemp
orary music festivals.
The recital is admission-free
and the public is invited.
A meeting to solicit help in
putting out Xhe freshmen hand
book is being held this afternoon
at 4:30 in the YMCA building.
The Y council has decided this
year to have the freshmen work
on this handbook under the sup
ervision of Frank Allston, who
will act as editor of the book.
The Y feels that since the book
is for freshmen, the ones who
can best realize the needs of a
freshmen would be those who
have just started here at Carolina.
Any freshmen interested in
helping out this publication in
anyway is urged to come to this
meeting which will be for the
purpose of organizing the staff.
viicui man, openeu nominations
by placing Leonard's name be
fore the party, and Bill.Rhoades
followed, nominating Van Nop
pen. The entire group of 75 commit
teemen and guests that turned
out for the open nominating
meeting was held in suspense for
nearly an hour as the body dis-'
cussed the merits of each candi
date before finally selecting Van
Noppen by a 13-12 majority.
Following the voting, Leonard
congratulated Van Noppen, say
ing, "I'm sure the party has
picked an excellent and thor
oughly capable candidate."
The UP presidential aspirant,
who is currently serving on the
Student Council and is vico-pres-ident
of the Senior Class, cited
"failure to reach the student" as
the biggest fault in student gov
ernment, adding . that it is the
Along these lines, Van Noppen,
promised a better orientation
program and a unified court sys
tem. He eJso made clear the faot
that he favored an increase in the
In closing, the UP candidate
said, "I realize that the presi
dency of the Student Body is a
great responsibility, and if elect
ed I will be fully aware at all
times that that responsibility is
mine." Van Noppen is a member
of Ze'ta Psi fraternity, a former
fraternity officer, a former mem
ber of the University Club, and
a member of the NROTC.
Following Van Noppen's ac
ceptance speech, UP Chairman
Paul Roth-asked for vice-presidential
nominations. George Rod
man gained the floor and nom
inated Herb Mitchell, who pull
ed one of the big surprises of
the afternoon by not entering the
presidential race, and Bill Skin
ner placed Dortch Warriner's
name in nomination.
Another long discussion period
followed the closing of nomina
tions before a vote was finally
called for. The final count saw
Mitchell, a junior from Ashoville,
nominated by a 16-9 margin.
Mitchell, a member of Chi Phi
fraternity, has served in the Stu
dent Legislature for three years,
twice as Speaker Pro Tern, and
once as Chairman of the Ways
and Means Committee; is a three
year veteran on the varsity de
bate team; a former chairman of
the Carolina Forum; is a mem
ber of the Order of the Grail; and
has served as president of the
freshman class and dormitory
After his victory, Mitchell
made the following statement:
"In three years in the Student
Legislature I have seen that body
at its best and at its worst. The
(See VAN NOPPEN, page 4)
CONCORD, Feb. IS TP
The ends were all right, bul Ihe
resl a big phoney.
Thai's whal a Harrisburg
grocer lold the sheriff's office
The grocer said several men
came in his store. They gave
him whal he thought was a $10
packaged ' roll of quarters. He
gave them a $10 bill.
The grocer found only two
quarters, one at each end.
Washers made up Ihe resl.