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CHAPEL HILL, N. C. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1950.
Phone, F3361 F3371
(0)1 mr? 4) Sifi
At Meet Here
For Best Results
Davis Tells Meet
Publications Budget Battle
Took Most Legislature Time
Only Two Changes
Made In Measure
at this year. 1
Speaking on the publications
The solons had fought on theisms were Chuck Hauser, re-
! by the Budget Committor.
2. The Debate Council was tech
nically appropriated .$3,343.44, but
every p?nny of it was taken from
the cash surplus already held by
The Finance Committee which
submitted the minority report to
the Legislature consisted only of
Photographers who use their subject of publications since 9 j tiring chairman of the Publica- j Chairman Ben James and John
It was early yesterday morning
before the Student Legislature
finally got through with the 1950
51 version of the Carolina budget,
and the only smiles in evidence
were on the faces of some of the
legislators who were anxious to
get to bed
imagination and get away from o'clock, and it was 12:57 in the
the stereotyped shots in their morning before the final ayes
routine pictures will get much were recorded to make the 1950
bcttcr results with publications, 51 fiscal year appropriations law.
Bill Davis, chi f photographer A voice vote completed the
tions Board, retiring Editor Tom
Kerr of Tarnation, Daily Tar Heel
Editor and Legislator Graham
Jones, and Dick Gordon, acting
secretary-treasurer and former
Except for the Tarnation in
fer the Louisville Courier-Jour- work of two special sessions, a i business manager of the Yackcty
Hal. told "students" at the open- total of almost 10 legislative hours
ing session yesterday of the first work.
Southern Short Course in Press Morc than four of tho;.c 10
Photography. hours were spent on publications.
Approximately 125 photo- And thc only outcome of the word
graphcrs from all over the baUlc was a $575 'increase in the
southeast arc taking the three- budget for Tarnation Magazine.
day course here which is being to bring thc pocket mag up to j sliced from $575 to $450, return
sponsorcd by thc Carolina Press thc same money levol it opCratediing it to the level recommended
i'noTogranpncrs Association wun
Sanders, newly-elected president
of the student body.
In The Daily Tar Heel and
Yackety Yack budgets, the two
men disregarded Budget Com
mittee recommendations, but
their new figures were approved
by the Legislature after the
crease, the only other items lengthy battle which took most
changed from the minority re-1 of the evening Wednesday,
port recommendations of thc Fi-! Almost every item" in the DTH
budget was slashed, all the way
from the printing cost of the
daily publication to the salary of
(See BUDGET, page 2) -
nance Committee were:
1. Thc Carolina Forum was
thc cooperation of thc Univer
sity Extension Division, the Na
tional Tress Photographers As
sociation and the North Caro
lina Press Association.
Some of thc nation's top photo
graphy executives arc on thc
"faculty" to conduct sessions on
all phases of press photography.
In addition to Mr. Davis, other
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speakers ycbieraay inciuueu 00 RALEIGH. Aoril 20 UV) Rav-
Garland, former photo editor, mond D Hajr today abandoned
Saturday Evening Post, . . now a fi ht mst hig convictkm of
manager or Oraflcx photo jour- kining a colege fricnd and cn
nullum r pn:irtmrnt who desrnh-1 . . . . .
r . ' . 1 tercet central Prison to begin a
term of 25 to 30 years.
cd thc care and maintenance of
equipment; Bill Sharpe, public
Hair, 24-year-old Wake Forest
College prc-medical student, was
unci 1 wwer v-uinpiiuy, tuinicr ui
rector of the State News Bu
reau, who discussed publicity
pictures; Don Mohlcr, General
Eleefic Lamp Department, who
hp'ke cn photography by artific
ial light, and J. Winton Lemon,'
manager, professional sales divis
ion, Eastman Kodak Company,
who discussed processing and
RALEIGH. April 20 Process
ing of both synthetic and natural
fibers will be featured during
the "open house" program in the
School of Textiles at N. C Stat-'
College tomorrow, student spoil
sors said today.
The student steering commit
ter" for the program said that the
event, first of its kind to be held,
will include items of interest for
both fasliion-wite women and
Manufacturing techniques, ran
king from those associated with
making novelty yarns to full
fashioned hosiery, will be dem
onstrated. Student guides will al
so show the visitors the new
$700,000 adit ions to the School
of Textiles Building and thous
ands of dollars worth of new
machinery now in use at the
Motion pictures depicting
modern factory principles and
Coed Leader Training
Scheduled Next Week
Almost every coed organization on campus will partici
pate in the Coed Leadership Training Program which will
be held next week.
The five top officers in the organizations will take part in
discussion groups about their own particular office, and all
will join together for two talks on parliamentary procedure1
and planning meetings.
- 1 The program will open Tues
day night with a talk entitled
taken to the prison at 4 o'clock
alter commitment papers were
signed by Wake Superior Court
Clerk P. II. Wilson.
He was convicted in thc Wake
court on Easter Sunday of firing
a .38 calibre pistol shot that slam
mod through Roy W. Coble's
brain and killed him. Coble, 20,
of Oakboro, had dropped out of
the college a few weeks before
Hair's attorneys, ' J. Wilbur
Dunn of Raleigh and State Sen
ator J. C. Pittman of Sanford, is
sued this statement on the decis
ion that his appeal to the State
Supreme Court was being drop
ped. "We have consulted at length
with thc parents and with Ray
mond himself and have decided
it would be best for the parents
and Raymond for him to begin
serving his sentence, for thc main
reason that if we appeal the case,
t can't be heard until the last
week of November, and if we got
a new trial it would be next
January before the case could b?
tried, and for the further reason,
after reviewing the record very
thoroughly, we doubt if there
were any errors committed in the
trial of thc case."
Juniors who plan to attend
Junior Class Picnic at Hogan's
Lake Saturday, April 29, should
pick up their bids at the Y
court as soon as possible, Ned
Dowd, Junior Class president,
According to Dowd, there will
be plenty of barbecue, cole '
slaw, hushpuppies, potato
chips, pretzels and cold drinks
for all the juniors and their
The . program for the picnic,
which will begin at 10 o'clock,
will include baseball games
horse shoes, t.ug-of-war, music
and dancing and sketch games.
Transportation, said Dowd.
will be furnished from the . Y
courts to Hogan's Lake and
"This is -the first time any
thing like this has been tried,"
President Dowd said, "and "the
success of it depends on the
participation of every member.
"Planner of Plodder" by Miss
Following her talk thc five
commissions for officers .will
meet in dirrerent rooms in Gra
ham Memorial. The group lead-
ers, who are members of the
senior class, will be assisted by
Wednesday night's session will
open with a group meeting in
Graham Memorial. At this time
Dr. David G. Monroe will dis
cuss "Parliamentary Procedure
After Dr. Monroe's talk the
individual : commissions will
meet. These will be for members
of the six organizations that are
participating in the program,
Thursday night the coeds will
join with the newly-elected stu
dent government officers for a
Frank Porter Graham Student
Government Inaugural Banquet
in the main ballroom of the
Carolina Inn. At this time the
officers will be introduced.
Coed organizations' taking part
in the program are Coed Senate,
Student Legislature, Women's
Honor Council, Panhellenic
Council, Chi Delta Phi. Fresh-
For New Year
Will Be Largest
. Dick Allsbrook has been, ap
pointed chairman of the Stu
dent Entertainment Committee,
and will handle the largest ap
propriation the group has ever
! A rising senior from Roanoke
Rapids, Allsbrook has been serv
ing as chairman of the entertain
men body since Charlies Gibson
left last month. President John
Sanders made the new appoint
ment in an announcement yester
day. ' Previously, Allsbrook has held
the post of vice charman of the
SEC and been a member of the
. Under the budget approved
Wednesday night, the SEC gets
a, $2,000 raise over last year's
Plans call for a major and
minor attraction to presented
each quarter, with pianist Oscar
Levant and Metropolitan opera
star Rise Stevens already under
The latest SEC presentation and
last one for the spring tenor was
Jan Peercc in Memorial Hall last
Fart of thc student services
through block fees, thc SEC per
formances are admission-free to
students. Extra seats are. sold to
faculty and townspeople when
Other artists who have ap
peared under the SEC program
since September are Burl Ives,
the Don Cossacks Chorus, Dr.
Polgar the hynotist, Iva Kitchell,
and Hazel Scott.
Peerce Gives $750 To SEC
After Program Last Night
Metropolitan Opera Star Gives Money
To "Advance Cause Of Campus Culture"
By Charlie Brewer
Delighting a full house at Me
morial Hall last night with his
brilliant singing, Jan Peerce also
delighted the Student Entertain
ment Committee by presenting
them with a $750 check for "the
cause of culture."
This sum, given to the com
mittee as a contracted deduction
from his fee, was presented by
the noted Metropolitan Opera
tenor "so that the SEC can con
tinue 'bringing artists of high
calibre to the campus, thereby
Throughout the concert, Peerce
interspersed encore numbers and
requests from the audience. No
table among, the encores wa.i
"The Bluebird of Happiness"
which is one of the oldest re
cordings of . the artist, and a pe
rennial favorite with his audience.
Arture Toscanini has termed
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n,wuniiuiiK juuus ywim: iu. peerce as his "favorite tenor.'
mem, ana developing Dotn au- In twelve important assignments
aience ana. arusb. 1 within a decade, the famed con-
Peerce was asisted by Warner ductor has featured him as a so-
Bass at the piano.
At Vet's. Club
Anne Martin and Forrest Cov
ington, popular student entertain
ers, will present a program in
the Vet's Club tomorrow night
from 9:30 to 10 o'clock.
Anne, who has appeared in
numerous Playmaker productions
as well as in Vet's Club floor
shows, will sing.
Covington, composer and bal
lad-singer, will play his guitar
and sing several ballads.
Dick Sweeney, who is in charge
of the program,' said that door
man Council, Town Girl's As- prizes will be given to the holder
sociation. of the lucky number.
North Carolina Symphony Orchestra Concert
To Be Presented In Memorial Hall On May 7
By Ed Teague
The North Carolina Symphony
orchestra, under the direction of
showing the colorful aspects of Benjamin Swalin, will give ann-
the textile industry will be shown ual concert in Chapel Hill May
during the day. and souvernirs 1, music Program Director Nor-
textile goods produced in thr man . Cordon said yesterday
School of Textiles will be given
to thc guests.
Explanations of thc processes
involved in fabric development
and the many other processes to
le demonstrated will be mafic by
the student guides in non-technical
A concert will be given for the
Orange County school children; at
8 o'clock the adult concert will be
given in Memorial Hall.
The State Symphony of GO
musicians is currently making
its 'fifth annual tour of North
Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia,
and this is its fifth visit to Chapel
The fifth season of the Tar
Heel Orchestra promises to be its
biggest, Cordon declared. The
tour will include more concerts
than have been given in the past
and will included a eoast-to-coas
broadcast on April 29th.
The Chapel Hill concert is made
possible by the Symphony mem
bcrship drive which was helc
(See SYMPHONY, page 4)
All freshman who did not re
ciye a copy of 'Freshman
Topics' with their Daily Tar
Heel this morning, may pick
them up in the YMCA lobby
The paper, edited by Gene
Oberdorfer, is a four-page round
up of freshman news, being spon
sored by the Freshman Class
THE NORTH CAROLINA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, under the direction of Benjamin Swalin will present its annual concert
here May 1. The musical group, famous throughout the nation for its ability and the work it has done in fostering music interest inj
the stale, will play in Memorial HalL The 60-piece orchestra is now on a three-state tour. It is in its fifth season.
The bcl canto expert plans to
make his first stage appearance
abroad at the end of the current
season. In response to countless
requests, he plans to visit the
continent, which has been impos
sible heretofore due to his very
strenuous concert, stage, radio,
recording and movie obligations.
Peerce and his wife will re
main in Chapel Hill until tomor
row for a short visit with their
son Larry, now majoring in dra
matic art here at University of
During thc tenor's first visit
to the cultural center of the
South," Peerce is being entertain
ed by his old friend and com
panion in opera, iNormon Coraon.
Cordon is now with the Depart
ment of Music of the IJniversity.
"O Del Mio Dolce Ardcr"
by , Gluck,
"Love Has Eyes"
Sound an alarm from "Judas
Maccabeus" by 1 landeL
"Apres Un Reve"
I "L'Heure Delicieuse"
by J. Staub,
Lamento Di Federico from "L
Arlesianan" ..by ..Cilea
i Lucevan Le Stelle from "Tosca"
by '. Tucclni
M'Appari from "Martha"
By Rolfe Neill by on Flotow,
The Ninth Student Legislature convened last night and Part V:
elected George Rodman speaker pro tempore for the coming "Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind"
vear as the University Partv swept all but one ol the maior by yuuter,
legislative posts and committee chairmanships. "Blue Are Her Eyes"
witn vi'r in fttuaeni i-any, py winter-warts,
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MA UUUI-'lJf-tUU'.'iarU, "Vt lij J UU IWlllVlllUKi
independent members, the new by Levitzki,
law making body met for the "Morning"
first time with Speaker Herb by - Speaks.
Mitchell. After his sDarkling program.
J. K. Richardson, doubly-en- the student audience joined other
dorsed, was unanimously re- Peerce fans who agree that the
elected clerk by a vote of ac- noted tenor presents "an amazing
clamation. Harry Horton, also production a grand night of
doubly-endorsed, and UP Bill singing and an evening of vocal
Skinner were elected parhamen- perfection."
tarian and sergeant-at-arms re
In the only clear cut Student
Party victory for a committee
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JAN PEERCE, internationally-famous tenor, was presented
in a classical concert last night in Memorial Hall by the Student
Entertainment Committee. The presentation was the last in the
SEC's program of student entertainment for this year.
Rodman, James Elected
To Top Solon Offices
To Be Chosen
By Theta Ghi
It may be one of the toughest
jobs ever undertaken among this
University group of Carolina
gentlemen, but Theta Chi Fra
ternity, reactivated here last fall.
is attempting to determine who is j chairmanship, Gene sh,w de
the ugliest man on campus.
The Ugliest Man on Campus
contest opens this morning, and
according to UMCO Committee
Chairman Don Maynard, it ir
open "to any Carolina male, on
or ofT campus, married or single,
and preferably ugly."
Facial ugliness is not necessari
ly a requirement for entrance
ly a requirement for entrance,
however, he explained. Contest
ants may make themselves up to
the limit of their imaginations,
provided a face of a bona fide
University student is beneath it
all. Maynard said.
Entries will be made by means
of photographs, taken with any
feated Bill Rhoades in a runoff
for the top post for the Rules
Ben James was the only can
didate seiect.pri ny unanimous
voire vote to head a committee.
He was elected chairman of the
The Alpha Phi Omega Service
Fraternity has announced the
Sheldon Plager won out over names of 15 new members of the
Jim Lamm in the race for Ways Roiand B. Parker pledge class.
The new pledges are Frank
Allston, Joseph Arnold, Robert
Bl anion," Thoma.s Hairrington.
Thomas Hill, Jay Joseph, Edward
Kirk. James Roberson, Erwia
Goldman. John Baldridge, and.
Gerald Max Wagger.
and Means chairmanship, with
Rhoades defeating Otis McCol
lum for the Elections Committee
Pegsv Wood was elected to
head the Coed Affairs Commit
tee.-She defeated Peggy Warren
Mitchell named Ed Love chair
man of a" special Appointment'?
style camera, from a Brownie on Committee to consider the ap
up, lie said. There is no entrance j pointments to be made by both
fee. The only rules to the con ; the speaker and student body
test, are that, no professional j president John Sanders. Others
makeup or photography be used. p"t on the committee were Hal
Entries must be in the hands Uarden, Peggy Warren, Paul
of the Committee Chairman by! Roth, and Bob Hutchison,
noon, Monday, May 1 . SeicH ion I Next week's session, Mitchell
of the two top ten ugliest will be-said, would be. devoted to dis
made by an impartial selection
board of faculty and administra
tion officials. Entries are to be
turned in to Don Maynard. UMOC
Chairman, The Daily Tar Heel
(See UGLIEST, page 4)
cussion of new rules and by-laws.
Seven legislators were absent
from last night's session. Acting
clerk Bootsie Lyons listed them
as Helen Bell, Arch Fort, Shel-
(See LEGISLATURE, page 4)
Bi-Parlisan . Selection Bcerd
will meet Teusday, at 4 o'clock
in Grail Room for purpose of
selecting a graduate student fr
that yacancy on the Men's Hon
All graduate students Late,
rested in appearing before th
Selection Board are urged to b
present promptly at 4 o'clock.
No graduate student applied
to the Board before the spring