X r - t U I Ijl I. Hill f7f rr " -- " . i VOLUME L2C Segregation Laws Repeal Scheduled For Segregation and discrimination- will be aeoatea in ;ne w jenaie tonight. I all North Carolina segregation laws wiu e arguea-m ui nau, New West, at 8 p.m. Senator Jed Thompson will in troduce the bill which would place the Senate body on record as re fusing to condone "any act of dis crimination directed at a fellow human being because of such irrelevant and superficial factors as his race, color, creed, or econo mic status' and as favoring "the repeal of all segregation laws of the state of North Carolina." Avowing that "the bases of the American way of me is a con scious recognition of a basic moral principle: all men are created paual as well as free.' the bill states that "This principle is con sistent with the teachings of re- ligion, philosophy, anthropology, and other branches of knowledge that embody the nobler things in life." "Discrimination against men,' W t-v!1l irti i ar. ia rli;sTVotifal1v opposed to this principle." It pro- poses that "discriminatory prac tlces m America are being em ployed as a major propaganda weapon by the communists to dis credit our 'American way of life'. and declares that "segregation is one of the worst forms of dis crimination." . The segregation question was recently raised two weeks ago when Law school students voted to hold their annual Spring dance for "all" Law Association mem- bers, thereby including five negro students accepted into Law school last summer . At that time Chancellor House stated that Trustee regulations would not permit any such un- segregated social function. All students are invited to at- tend and participate in the debate. olhing fro Soy Snavely Refuses Comment On Barclay Coming Here by Bill Peacock Coach Carl Snavely refused to comment yesterday on a Raleigh News and Observer story which said that Washington and Lee University head football coach George Barclay has been offered position as assistant coach here. "There is nothing to say about it," said Snavely. The story by Dick Herbert quoted Barclay as saying he visited Chapel Hill and talked to Snavely about football in general, but there was no dis cussion of a job. There's nothing to it," said Barclay. I Barclay was an All-American guard here in 1934 and; was cap tain of Snavely's first Carolina team. Barclay is quite popular at Washington and Lee : and has turned out good teams. He won the Southern Conference cham- pionship in 1950 and went to the ' Gator Bowl where the Generals lost to Wyoming. Barclay i uses the split-T for aationf at Washington and Lee, tb4 formation that SnavelyJ ; hxi Dl Debate K4 i ri- AiUSical Soondovff PV Alf rOfCG The Air Force ROTC cadets are not always studying how to become officers in the Air Force after graduation. They are planning to produce a musi cal; scheduled for presentation in Memorial hall on March 21. The theme of the musical will deal with the cadet's life" from his first day at Carolina until graduation. A twenty-piece cadet orches tra will furnish the background music. Taking part in the musi cal production will be ap proximately 50 cadets. Robert C. Ingram isdirecting the show and the choreography is under the direction of Horace Golightly. New Show Starts At PiaitetCiriUITl The winter version of "The Heavens Tonight presented twice each year by the Morehead Planetarium will open tonight at 8 o'clock and continue through February 25. The winter version of this demonstration will include heav- enly objects in North Carolina and neighboring states at this time of year. Anthony Jenzano, manager, announced that many Gf the celestial constellations are shown superimposed on the Plan- etarium sky as they appear through large telescopes. Images from great observatories such as Mt. Polomar, Lick and Mt. Wilson were sent by air express to Chapel Hdl especially ior this demonstration. . f announced he would use next year after many seasons with the single wing. Barclay has coached nere before, handling the freshman team in 1933. Snavely was also non-commital on the rumor that Otto Brown, famous quarterback of the Cleve land Browns professional team, might work with Carolina quarterbacks this year. "Otto gets around here a couple of times a year," said Snavely. "He's always given a little demonstration to our boys, but he's usually here at the wrong time of the year. He'd be particularly helpful this year." "If Otto can Visit us, we'd be darn glad to have him help us no matter what the circumstances. Snavely explained that it Js not unusual for players to visit Chapel Hill and help with the coachmg. "You know Mac speeuie v"1 League end for the uieveianu Rrowns) has come uown u -,, -. r? us J He travels for an rnmoanv and visits : us several times a; year. CHAPEL HILL, N. C. TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1952 Free:Beer lit AflustD OUclie Over $400 Given In Campus Drive Free beer will be offered every- J one tomorrow afternoon in the Rathskeller, Ted TJanziger said yesterday. But there is only one catch to the offer, each mug of the beve rage will cost the drinker a 15 cent contribution to the March of Dimes campaign. The mugs will be the regular size that usually sell for 20 cents. The hours for the 'free beer will be the usual cocktail hours, from 3 until 5 o'clock. Danziger is giving his time, energy and beer to the March cf Dimes and he hopes the students ana otners wiu give iust as generously to the Fund. xne iree Deer drinkers are limited to the 15 cent contribu- tion out may give more if they a I xeei tney can. . "Money is needed badly now, the National Fund and the local treasury are nearly depleted now," E. Carrington Smith, local chair- man for the March of Dimes drive said yesterday. The recent campus fringe drive conducted with the approval of the Campus Chest committee netted the local drive by well over $400, Smith added. The fringe drive was conducted with the fraternities, sororities and Victory Village participating. A contest as to the most contri buted per capita was won by the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. Each member contributed $1.17 to the drive. ZBT will be given a free show-1 ing of a sneak preview sometime in the future by E. Carrington Smith, drive chairman and opera- tor of the Carolina theater. The drive was sponsored by the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. Jim lesier, cnairman ox me campus fringe said," All fraternities, or sororities who naven t made a contribution and desire to do so can call me and I will come and collect it. I also want to take this l.o Polio -Fund opportunity to thank all the ones from Four Oaks; Jack Potts, sec who have helped and contributed ond year law student and former in the drive. Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Pi Lambda Phi were second and third in the contest respectively. Their contributions were over a dollar per member. The nresent March of Dimes drive ends Thursday and all con tributions should be made before that time, Lester added. usic Lover Although Mrs. Helen Terway likes music, she would be jusi as happy, io present the owner with some records that have been . ia ihe General College office sine registration time. Th records' were left in the 203 South Building room during the drop-add period. If they're yours, jp gil 'qzx ef a iwBT Plans Ma e3 espit 1 rum si Law student Hugh Wells in terday and announced plans for the formal organization of a Kef auver-f or-President Club on the campus. The proposed club might be toward the crime fighting Tennessee Senator. " .. Earlier this month, before Democrat to declare himsel f i formally for the presidential I nomination, Wells termed an an- nouncement oi plans tor tne ciud "premature and innacurate." At that time Wells, who is a former president of the Young Democrats Club here stated that while he and others on campus had been discussing Senator Ke-' f auver as a possible candidate for some time, they had ."discussed this in the light of our belief that Mr. Truman -will not seek re election for himself and since he has not spoken his mind on the subject yet, I believe it is too fnrlv t.n mal miblio nrnnnunce- ments M to organized SUpport for any other candidate on the Dem ocratic ticket." With Truman still non-commit- taL the local Kef auver announce- ment came yesterday as National Democratic Chairman Frank E. McKinnev headed to Washington to attempt to persuade the Presi- dent to announce within 30 days whether he will run for re-elec- tion this fall. The announcement from the President is thought by many party men to be essential if Tru man is to thwart an ever-growing swing toward the popular Kef au ver, who has mapped out an ex tensive campaign that might be hard to stop without a definite commitment from the President (quickly. Meanwhile Senator Humphrey (D-Minn) warned President Tru- man yesterday tnat 'a ioi oi friendly sentiment" is building up I in Minnesota for Kef auver as the Democratic presidential nominee The "friendly sentiment" ap- peared to be building up here too. Organizational meeting with election of officers for the club j will take place some time in Feb- ruary, Wells stated. One of the ffroiiD's first moves, he said, will be to extend an invitation to Sen- ator Kef auver to speak on the ttmc camDUS Other students working with Wells in the formation otthe club were listed as John Sanders, for mer president of the student body and now a first year law student, College Organizer for The N. C Young Democrats Club, from Franklin; and 'Jimmy Wallace, graduate student in history and former student government lead er, from. Jamesville. Cited as the major aims of the organization were (1) to publi cize Senator Kefauver's record as a statesman and a citizen, in order that the voters may choose their candidate on fact rather than fic- I tion; (2) to emphasize the devo- jtion of Senator Kef auver to the important political principles cf the. Democratic party, through which it has so long and so well served the people of the U. S.; and (3) to endeavor to gain the, support of the N. C. delegation to the National to 'Senator Kefau ver's candidacy.' - Interested persons were asked, lin the statement from Wells yes- HUZIBEE IZ ii.Silinic effect did an about face yes indicative of a national swm Kef auver became the first Old East Gets Social Room In keeping with the tradition of being a "live-wire" dormitory, Old East is making progress in recoverting an old bedroom into a usable and comfortable social room. Dan Strickland, president of the oldest State University school building in the country, an nounced yesterday that several committees had been appointed to make the room both livable and presentable. - Already, with the help of the University office of operations, the room has been furnished with two settees, two easy chairs, and two desk-tables, and other wooden chairs. The men, have provided curtains and magazines, and hope to add rugs, radio, and other "necessary essentials" to provide a study-recreation room for the "97 residents of the dorm. The social center, room 16,. was vacated last summer and used as a recreation room. But because of housing problems, it was used for residents until the beginning of this quarter. When officers of. the dorm learned the room was avail able, they applied to J. S. Bennett, director of operations, for use of the room as a social center. - TypNdwBoo!cs By Dr.lCaff sof f tToBePublished..:. . Dr. L. O. Kattsoff, chairman of the University Philosophy De partment, has written two new books, one of which is to be pub lished within two months. - His "Design of Human Behav- published by Educational Pub lished by Educational Publishers of St. Louis, Mo., and contains a preface by Hadley Cantril of Princeton University. Another book, "A Systematic. Treatise in Philosophy," will be published by the Ronald Press of New York next fall, "Design of Human -Behavior" is, according to Dr. t Kattsoff , an attempt to "bring together infor mation from the social sciences and basing the work on the theory of value to lay foundations for a systematic theory of human behavior." Many groups are (See KATTSOFF, Page 4) terdav. to contact any of the stu dent organizers and'to watch for further announcements concern ing the formal organizational meeting. Kefauver tossed hi3 coon-skin cap into the - Democratic presi dential ring "on January 23 with the announcement that 'he was vx the race "until the finish,

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