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VOLUME LX, CHAPEL HILL, N. C., SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 1952
NUMBER 140
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The dedicatory program for the ceremonies marking the
opening on April 18. of the new addition to the University
Library was announced here yesterday by librarian Charles
E. Rush. , J '. " V
Principal speaker at the opening convocation in Memorial
hall Friday morning, April 18, will be Howard Mumford
Jones, former professor of English in the University here
and now professor of English at
dHarvard University, whose sub
ject will be "The Library in High
er Education Its Importance and
Support."
Beginning at 11 o'clock, with
Chancellor Robert B. House pre
siding, Dr. George B. Cutten of
Chapel Hill, former president of
Colgate University, will give the
Invocation, following an organ
prelude by William O. Headlee
of Asheville, University music stu
dent.
President Gordon Gray will dis
cuss the significance of the day's
program and Governor : W. Kerr
Scott will discuss "libraries as re
sources."
Greetings from other institu
tions will be extended by Robert
B. Downs, director of libraries "of
the University of Illinois, presi
dent-elect of the American Li
brary Association, and, former li
brarian here, and Henry Bowers,
Mt. Home, president of the UNC
student body, will respond.
Librarian Rush- will announce
dedicatory gifts, after which Pro
fessor Jones will give the princi
pal address. .
Dr. Cutten will pronounce the
benediction.
At 2:30 p.m., a symposium on
"Impact of Instruction and Re
search upon the Library Resources
and Services Required to Meet
It," will be conducted in -the li
brary assembly room -with Dr.
Louis R. Wilson, professor of li
brary science and administration,
and former University librarian
for 31 years, presiding. Partici
"Scandinavia and the World
Today" is the topic for the week
ly YMCA supper forum of world
understanding to be held at 5:30
p. m. tomorrow in the upstairs
dining room of Lenoir hall.
Special food for the "inter
national meal" is a Danish dish
called "Frikadeller." According
to Y Secretary John Riebel -it's
"a form of meat balls fried in
deep fat."
The "Frikadeller" will be es
pecially labeled in the cafeteria
line. Upon .passing through the
regular cafeteria line, persons
attending the supper forum may
carry their trays to - the second
floor.
Panel members for the after-
dinner discussion will be Ann
Robers, Jim Roberts, Agnar
Mykle, and Barry Farber. .
There will also be group sing
ing of Scandinavian songs and
a exhibit of maps, pictures, cloth
ing and Mr. Mykle's puppets
which he brought with him from
Oslow.
The supper forum Is sponsored
by the YMCA World Relatedness
Commission.
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Fraternity men who don't vote
next Wednesday will pay.
As the result of a movement
instigated by Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon 'President Barney Boardman
some 13 campus fraternities and
sororities have now approved res
olutions calling for fines ranging
from one to five dollars for mem
bers who fail to vote this week.
Approximately 13 chapters have
already . authorized the enforced
balloting.
Others to which the idea was
submitted rejected it.
The Delta Psi's, terming it
ITS Iraiis
lution calling for all members to
vote, but declined .to include a
penalty for those who did not.
Opinion on the move was more
or less divided here yesterday.
Some, for the most part fratern
ity men, described it as one way
of getting out the vote. Others
were more critical and charged
that it was block-voting, undemo
cratic, and a movement organized
for the benefit of" a few at the ex
pense of the whole campus.
Said one Chi Psi, to whose fra
ternity the idea has not yet been
proposed, "I wish they 'would
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Ken Barton, Student Party
nominee for president, yesterday
"ideally wrong, and m o r a 1 1 y described th emovement among
wrong," refused to sanction the some fraternities to pnalize mem-!
measure. - bers failing to vote"as "proof that
Alpha Tau Omega's and Theta a small group of ambitious fra-
Chi's also refused to approve the ternity men are misusing the fra
enforced voting. . . . ternities as a block vote "to fur-
Beta Theta Pi approved a reso- ther their own whims."
A fraternity man himself, Bar
ton said he was convinced such
action was "not representative of
fraternity thought ... but only
the thought of a small group of
politically self-interested and over-ambitious
fraternity men."
He said that "action of this type
is proof positive that the Univer-
A freshman lost some of his Slty -Party maintains a selfish in-
Legislator
Galls Tactics
Poor Politics
"The UP has consistently been
apathetic to dorm men," Barton
asserted, "and without . cnotinued
action by the Student Party over
the past years nothing would have
been accomplished to improve
conditions on this campus."
Charging that the UP "repre
sents but a segment of fraternity
(See BARTON, page 3) 4
Morion
idealistic illusions this week.
Joe Raff, fledging SP legislator,
in an address to the student leg'
islature Thursday night lashed
out at enforced fraternity voting.
He called it the "cheapest of
cheap politics."
"I am a freshman here and I
came here with some idealistic
illusions of what might be called
grandeur, but all those freshman
pants will be Dr. Logan Wilson,4 illusions are on the point of be-
academic vice-president of the ing shattered," Raff said.
terest as regard student govern
ment and has no. interest in the
dormitory life of the campus."
Ham Horton, UP presidential
nominee, could not be located
yesterday afternoon when The
Daily Tar, Heel attempted to
obtain his opinion on the re
cent action of several fraterni
. ties providing for penalities up
on members who fail to vote
(See HORTON, page 3)
4,000 to come
Varied Activities Set
For
Fet'zer To Speak
-Tuesday Niglif -
UNC Athletic Director Boz Fet
zer will speak to the Monogram
Club when ' they' initiate' their
new members at 7 p.m next
Tuesday in the Iclub room".
Topic of his address has not
been released. Fetzer has recent
ly been rumored to be stepping
down as athletic director at the
end. of the year. v '
During the initiation, various
UNC coaches will "present awards
to the letter winners in their par
ticular sport.
Douglas Talk
Senator Paul D. Douglas (D
IU.) will speak on "Ethics in
Government" in Hill hall on
Sunday night, April 13, at 8:30
o'clock.
His appearance here is being
sponsored by the Carolina Poli
tical Union, non-partisan stu
dent organization, with the co
operation of several other stu
dent organizations. - . -
A Senator since 1943, Douglas
has a long record of service a?
a prof essor of economics, author,
economist, and industrial- re
lations expert.. . . , ( .., , ...
Consolidated University, who will j
discuss instruction Librarian
Downs, whose subject will be re
search; Carl M.- White, Columbia
University library, on resources
required; and Herman; Fussier,
University of Chicago library,
services required. Discussions will
be. led by Librarian Jack Dalton
University of Virginia; Librarian
Wilfeam H. Jesse, University of
Tennessee; Librarian Guy R. Lyle,
University of Louisiana, and Li
brarian Benjamin E, Power, Duke
University. ... '
. Following the symposium there
will he a reception at 4 p.m. in
the - Assembly Room, after which
open house will be held and an
inspection of the entire library.
Abbott Talk
Is Tomorrow
Raff credited the shattering of
his illusions to a recent move-
High
School
Day
ment among fraternities to fine lina High School Day, which drew
members who failed to vote in more than 4,000 high schoolers to
the coming elections. the campus last year, will be held
"It seems that here 'at a uni- this year on Saturday , April 19.
The ninth annual North Caro- shows will be given in the More-
head Planetarium. . ' "
yersity where monetary greed
Invitations have been issued
'- "What Employers Look for in
Cillege Graduates' will be ex
plained by H.- Pau lAbbptt, : di
rector of education and employ
ment for the Insurance, Company
of North America, at 7:30 :p.m.
tomorrow -in Gerrard; Kail.
The public is invited; to hear
his talk, which is sponsored byf
Dejta Sigma Pi, professional bu
siness fraternity, . ; j - r
A graduate of Princeton, Ab
bott's experience prior-to joining
the' North America company in
cluded teaching,'' headmaster of
Newark Academy;, flight instruc
tor; and; co-author of the primary
flight training manual ; withthe
1 faval Air Corps. - :. i " -
and .cheap -politics and lobbying Uy ChanCellor Robert B, House- to
imum, we would not hear of such I , - . . . , . .
'. it. j schools fothe state to. partici
pate in ai program' of entertain
ment and informative tours, dem
onstrations, and exhibits, begining
in - the morning and continuing
throughout the day. ; ,
A feature of the day's, events
will be. a full-length varsity foot
ball game Friday afternoon in
Kenan Stadium" which coach Carl
Snavely is. arranging especially
for high school day.
The program is being sponsored
by the University Club and the
Monogram Club with the Coopera
tion of Alpha Phi Omega, Boy
Scout service fraternity, and Phi
Eta - Sigma, honorary freshman
scholastic fraternity. Roy Arm
strong, director, of admissions, is
in charge of arrangements.
obnoxious methods of forcing
people to vote," Raff asserted.
He said that when he first
heard that fraternities were go-
i ing as units to the polls to vote,
he was pleased even though he
knew that such action would
'hurt the party of which I am a
member' .
- "Later I was informed ... that a
fine was going to be assessed
those who did not vote. This ap
pears to be the cheapest of cheap
politics," he said.
"This activity is taking place
among " the fraternities," Raff as
serted, "and the University Party
is, needless '- .to say,- highly re
presentative of fraternity men
and fraternity . sentiments. I am
a member of a. fraternity, and a
political party, but if - either my
fraternity or political party sym
pathized with such petty , poli-J
tics, I : would ; not hesitate to
scold them too", .'
The visitors are' requested to
unload at the Old Well where
student guides; will meet them,
and it is suggested that those
Ham Horton, UP candidate for WT1CQ,, , ,
may be obtained oh the campus
or in the village.
president, then said- that this ac
tion was not representative of
University - Party feeling and that
he had no knowledge, of it until J Guided tours have , been ar
some time after . the plan had ranged through the departments
been put! into action. . - ' . J of the; University, its buildings,
Raff apologized if he: hadin- dormitories, :and cam-.us. Depart
ferred that the; UP itself 'was J ments are, plann'n. exhibits of
. (See RAFF, pae -3; ; ir - -i .-al
Among featues of the program
will be ashowing in Swain hall
of the new 20-minute color movie
on the. University, "In The Name-
of Freedom", to be shown on the
half hour from 9:30 to 12 o'clock;
a swimming and diving exhibi
tion in the Bowman Gray pool in
Woollen gymnasium at 10 a. m;
a gymnastics exhibition in the .
gymnasium at 11, and the Caro-
line-Duke junior varsity base
ball game at Emerson field at 3
p.m. . ' '
. The Planetarium's Easter show,
"Easter-The Awakening," will be
shown at 10 and 11 a. m. and at
3 and 4 pjn. In the Planetarium
buildin galso there will be on
display the current exhibition of
illustrations by the late William
Meade Prince, noted Chapel Hill
artist and author.
Daily Tar Heel
There will be a special meeting
of The Daily Tar Heel staff at 2
p.m. Tuesday in Roland Parker
lounge number three of Graham
Memorial.
All persons now associated
with the paper are requested to
attend. " . . ... V
Persons unable i to be ; there
should notify the DTH office prior
n the meeting. . . .
Ktvnri
    

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