North Carolina Newspapers

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Decision Conies
After Council
Denies Appeal
Indefinite suspension of a stu
dent with the recommendations
that he never be allowed to re
turn to the University was an
nounced yesterday by the Men's
Council. .
Suspension came after the stu
dent had appealed an earlier con
viction to the Student Council
and also requested a fac
ulty hearing, which was denied.
He originally was convicted by
the Men's Council of "an Honor
Code violation in that he "(1)
Looked on other student's papers
during an exam, (2 did the work
on another exam outside 'oi class
ailu lunieu it in spying tnat
he had turned an extra . . . exam '
booklet by mistake, and (3) lied i
to an instructor concerning sev
eral unexcused absences from
class. At the time of this con
viction he was already on proba
tion for a previous Honor Code
He then appealed to the Stu
dent Council on the grounds that
the evidence presented to the
Men's Council in the two chcatirfg
charges was insufficient.
The council ruled that suffici
ent evidence had been presented
to support the charge that he
looked on other students' papers.
The instructor had observed the
student doing this several times.
Insufficient evidence to sup
port a conviction in the "outside
exam" instance was ruled. The
third count of lying was not con
tested by the accused. !
The case was remanded to the
Men's Council fdr a redetermina
tion of appropriate sentence. The
;; council found the same sentence
to be appropriate since the ac
cused was on probation for the
previous offense. ;' ;
The Faculty Committee refused
to act in the case after hearing
statements from the accused and
representatives of the Men's and
Student Councils. "'U;-
Sen. Douglas' Ttlk
A recording of Senator Poul
Douglas' speech here on "Ethnics
in Government" will be played
" Thursday at 8 p.m. in the second
j floor radio classroom of Swain
! Hall.
Students are invited to attend
i the p laying, sponsored by the
Carolina Political Union in con
j nection with the Communication
! Center. : '
For Ch
FOR. . V? i " S t "
We make in our own worksnop, Draperies, Slipcovers,
Bedspreads and other things of this type for the home.
Drapery Material for Your Own Patterns Cut Fres
Across from the Bus Station ' ' Phone 6986
207 Students
o B's F
Thirty-seven students made ail
A's" on their work for the win
ter quarter in the College of Arts
and Sciences. They were:
Joseph A. Arnold, Atlanta, Ga.;
John R. Baggett, Lillington; My
ron C. Banks, Raleigh; Mills
Brown,' Chapel Hill; Heath H.
Carriker, ' Ellerbe; Beverly J.
Chalk, Greensboro; Edwin R:
Cheek, Chapel Hill; Arthur J.
Eagan, Portsmouth, Va.; Margaret
L. Erviri. Moreantonr .Tfv?erViinf
W. Gaither, Charlotte; Shirley A.
Gee, Johnson City Term.; Mar
garet E. Green, Thomas ville;
George M. Griffin, Chapel Hill;
Katharine D. Guthrie, Graham;
Waver ly E. Hester, Try on; Leneve
F. Hodges, South Hill, Va.; James
A. House, Hobgood; Barbara E.
Krafft, River Forest, 111.; William
H. Lonney, San Diego, Calif.;
John A. Lowder, Lincolnton;
Helen D. Morrow, Chapel Hill;
I Carmen L. Uahm, Deland, Fla.;
. Mildred Oswalt, Moberly, Mo.-
xvianan iaricms, Chapel Hill; Wil-
liam H. Piner, High Point; Wil-
liam H: Ruf fin, Durham; Dale S
Ryon, Ashe ville; William K.
Scarborough, Annapolis, Md.;
Talbot R. Selby, Chapel Hill;
Lewis. Sikes, Tabor City; Jane A.
Sneed, Ft. Pierce, Fla.; Patricia L.
Snook, Chapel Hill; Jackson G.
Sparks, Warrenton, Ga.; Mary E.
Stribling, Claiksdale, Miss.; Wis
ner M. Washam, Cornelius; Bet
ty C. White, Chapel Hill; Jabex
H. Williams, Asheyille.
207 students made all "A's" and
"B's" for the winter quarter. They
are Derth L. Alexander, Chapel
Hill; Albert L. Allred, Mt. Airy;
Kenneth G. Anderson Durham;
Jean C. Andrews Cumberland,
Md.; Douglas W. Ayres, White
Sulpher Springs, W. Va.; James
A. Ballard, Fayetteville; Mary Al
Ballew, Denton; Gilmer Barker,
Raleigh; Alexander H. Barnes,
Murfreesboro; .Claude A. Barn
hill, Stokes; Anna M. Beeson,
Greensboro; George G. Bennette,
Greensboro; Eddie E. Best, Chapel
Hill; Beverly A. Blair, Winston
Salem; William D. Boling, Pam
lico, S. C.; Gabriel Boney, Wal
lace; WillianvBostic, Forest City;
George W. Brain, Tomkins Cove,
N. Y; Coleman Brantley, Spring
Hope; George M. Britt, Tarboro;
Ada Anne Brown, Chapel Hill;
Robert B. Brown, Wilmington;
Helen C. Brundage, , Tryon; John
M. Bullard, Charlotte; Claude
S. Burton, Reidsville; Patrick N.
Byrd, Laurel Hill;
Lessie M. Casey, Chapel Hill;
John Cazin, Wellsburg, W. Va.;
Barbara A. Ch antler, Wilmington,
Del.; Carolyn E. Cheek, Smith
field; Billy J, Cherry, Williams
ton; Thomas F.' Clardy, Deland
Fla.; Patricia C. Claflin, Mount
Dora, Fla; Badger G. Clark, Hen-
Make All
or infer
derson; Lee A Clark, Everetts;
Harvey P." Cobb, Four Oaks;
James Collins, Berwyn, Pa.; Dav
id C. Cook, Chadbourn; Oscar E:
Cordle, Norfolk, Va.; James A.
Bell, Greensbro; Donald Caroll,
Chapel Hill; Charles W: Crone,
Goldsboro; Grier H. Crouch.
ox in ' it. i, t .
ouuesv-uie; barren xv. arouse,
Penns Grove, New Jersey; Joyce
Dickman, Arlington, Va.; Hariett
F. Doar, Chapel Hill; John J.
Dortch, Camaguey, Cuba; John
D. Duke, Raleigh; Thomas E. Du
val, Jacksonville, Fla.; Marghar
etta Elridge, Newport, R; I.; Rob
ert N. Ellington, Burlington: Em
ory Elmore III, Rochester, N. Y.;
Lloyd B. Ennis, Salisbury;
Thomas E. Evans, Jr., Burlington;
Vernon L. Fairey, Columbia, S.
C; Barry S. Fine, Chapel Hill;
Marian R. Floyd,' Tabor City;
Nancy E. Fort, Clarks ville, Tenn.;
Ted GFrankel, Atlanta, Ga.;
Gary G. Fulghum, Middlesex;
Barbara Fyne, Charlotte; James
W. Gardner, Raleigh; Patricia A.
George, Chapel Hill; Norman W.
Goldin, Daytona Beach, Fla.;
Chovine R. Gordon, Wilmington;
Joseph J. Gray, Wilmington;
Fletcher M. Green, Chapel Hill;
Judicial Meet
There will be a meeting at
7:30 tonighi for all members of
campus judicial groups in the
basement conference room of
the library.
Larry Boilo, chairman of the
Student Council, yesterday said
business to be taken concerns
the recent amendments to he
constitution regarding the cam
pus justice structure.
Khaki Shirts
AH , Kinds
-;"4 1 h;j Whit; Short Special
Nancy R. Green, Chapel Hill;
Carson Greenwood, Aldan, Pa.;
Sarah T. Guerry, Norfolk, Va.;
John M. Guilbert, Try on; Stephen
T. Gupton, Rocky Mount;
Charles F. Hall, ; Chapel Hill;
Andra J. Hamilton Durham; John
R. Harris. New York; Reid W.
Harris, , Brunswick, Ga.; William
R. Harris, Henderson; William O.
Headlee, Asheyille; Ted" A.
Heers, Atlanta Ga.; Robert" B.
Hobbs, Chapel Hill; Donald W.
Hogg, Astoria, Oregon; Robert P.
' tt ; A " ' " 1 , A'
i Hooke, Greensboro; Charles ; C.
T. , . . ... .
Hopkins, Chapel Hill; John -Den-
ham, Washington, D. C; Francis
Green, Charlotte; Hamilton C.
Horton, Winston-Salem; Norman
C. Hu, Honolulu; James J. Hurst,
Charlotte; Henry G. Hutaff,
Dunn; Yuzo Kseki, Itami, Japan;
David K. Jackson, High Point;
William S. James, Chatham, Vir
ginia; Sandra K. Jamieson, De
land, Fla.; Henry C. Johnson,
Roanoke, Va.; Robert L. Johnson,
Lake Walke, Fla.; Margaret S.
And AH Types of Formafs
Beautifully Cleaned
720 9th St. Durham 8-1227
We Still Buy All Kinds of Men's
Clothes and Shoes
We also have on hand up-to-date tuxedo suits thai we bought
from students. They are for sale or rent. .
all prices
Khaki Socks
of 29c
(Western Style)
of - Dongorees $2.43
Cooper oncl :Hone
Johnston, Charlcitte; Mary EL
Jones, Atlanta, Ga.; Paul R.
Jones, Flat River, Mo.; Francii
L. Joyner, Wilson; Fuller P. Kar
riker, Durham; Brenda S. Katz,
Atlanta, Ga; Carol A. Kelly,
Charleston, West Vir,; Wiley O.
Kennedy, Houston, Texas; Lee B.
Kennett, River Forrest, 111.; Nora
F. Lackey, Mt. Airy; Mrs. Louise
M. Lamont, Chapel Hill; James
C. Lester, Roanoke, Va.; Patricia
L. Lester, St. Petersburg, Fla.;
Jacqueline N. Leverett, Gaines
ville, Ga.; John E. Lievsay,
Chapel Hill; Wesley R. McCaskili,
Pine Bluff; Mrs. Mary W. Mc
Knight, Chapel Hill; Michael P.
McLeod, Chapel ' Hill; Harold W.
Maddie, Bronx, N. Y.; James P.
Mahoney, Chapel Hill; Vernon
P. Mangum, Hamlet; Milton B.
Mann, Raeford; Elizabeth R. Mar
yn, Eureka; Jane E. Marye,
Augusta, Ga.; Margaret M. Mat
thews, Norfolk, Va.; James W.
Maynard, Burliiigton; James D.
Medders, Mt. Holly; Donald M.
(See HONOR ROLL, page 8)
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