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0 / 75
warmer with 80
high today. Yes
terday's JbigU 70;
JACKSON, Mich. Southern
Michigan prison convicts agreed
yesterday to end a flaming five
day old riot after the state bowed
humbly to prison reform demands
of the mutineers. The surrender
guaranteed the final safety of
nine guards still held as hostages
by the rioters.
- WASHINGTON An attorney
for U. S. Steel Corp. asked the
Federal courts again yesterday
to deny President Truman the
right to seize the nation's steel
mills. Theodore Kiendl accused
the government of trying to foist
wage increases on management.
KANSAS CITY, M o. River
experts and engineers expected
the yellow flood waters of the
Missouri to strike with full force
on Kansas City yesterday but in
sisted the city's 600,000 jittery
inhabitants were safe.
Truman told a news conference
yesterday he once forced Pre
mier Stalin to move out of Iran
by sending him an ultimatum.
Truman spoke of this incident in
discussing his powers generally
and specifically his seizure of the
SEOUL, KoreaAllied fighter
bombers roaming the North Ko
rean west coast sank seven junks
and splintered six others in the
Yellow Sea yesterday in an at
tempt to interrupt movement of
enemy supplies by sea. U. S.
Sabre jet pilots sought enemy
planes near the Manchurian
border but no contact was made.
Applications for Rhodes scho
larships are still being accepted,
Dean C. P. Spruill, chairman here,
Awarding of scholarships will
be made in December, and scholars-elect
will enter in October,
Candidates must be male citi
zens bewteen the ages of 19 and
25 and must have completed their
aophomore year by the time of
application. They must be un
married and must receive the of
ficial endorsement of the Univer
sity. i Beach Weather
r Beach hounds were promised
fair and mild weather ihis
weekend for Carolina's 322
D. V. Stone, xneierologisi at
ihe U. S. Weather Bureau at
Raleigh-Durham Airport, fore
cast cloudy skies but moderate
lemperatures along the coast
Air masses moving in from
Tennessee and down from iha
north vill make it cloudless
!. and . cooler ! tomorrow, . Slene .
said.. Sunday 7ill fco iha seme. -
OKe I es
Some 189 Carolina males puz
zled for three hours yesterday
over 150 questions- which jnay
keep them out of the draft.
It was the sixth national selec
tive service test given to aid in
determining student deferments.
Only 189 of the 216 students sche
duled to take the test showed
up yesterday, Dr. W. D. Perry,
director of the University Test
ing Service said. Those partici
pating here were among the more
than 56,000 fellow males through
out the country.
Dr. Perry said 1,292 students at
UNC have taken the test since
it V first given in May, 1951.
Six hundred and thirty took it
at that time, the testing director
Meanwhile, the secretary of
Orange County Board No. 69 yes
terday said 23 UNC students will
be among 33 Orange County men
called up next Wednesday for
pre-induction physicals. The
group will be examined in Ral
eigh Mrs. Gloria Cox, board secre
tary, said most of the UNC -students
were not registered with
the Orange local but had their
registrations handled through it.
She said 10 more Orange County
males will be called next month.
Seven were inducted Monday.
Draft Tests To Get
Special to The Daily Tab Heel
PRINCETON, N. J.; April 24
The thousands of deferment tests
taken today throughout the na
tion will be graded on machines
which can correct up to. 300 pa
pers pers hour.
All papers are scored twice by
different operators on different
machines. . If the two scores do
not agree, the papers are scored
again. The testing and grading
is done by Educational Testing
By Apathy Commission
The YMCA Student Apathy
Commission yesterday released
two proposals designed to create
student interest in campus af
fairs. Headed by Gene Oberdorfer,
the commission was one , of
three which convened at Camp
New Hope recently for a state
of the campus meeting. The
other groups have not yet made
Oberdorf er's committee made
proposals concerning orientation
and the creation of a . student
activity board. For orientation
' it was suggested that:
1. The 4 orientation chairman
and his committee select by
interview one orientation coun
, selor chairman from each dorm.
2. The c hairman of esichdorm 1
HILL. N. C
New Plan Would Thwart Racketeering;
Students Would Make Direct Payments
Special to The Daily Tar Heel
WASHINGTON, April 24 It
was disclosed' today that the
House Veterans Committee is
nearly ready to approve a new
$300,000,000-a-year GI Bill of
Rights for Korean veterans.
, Although the new bill has been
revised sharply to prevent racke
teering, it will provide free school
benefits comparable to those
granted World War II veterans
at a total cost of about $13,000,
000,000. It the bill is passed, no pay
ments will be made by the Vete
rans Administration directly to
the schools. The veteran will re
ceive his tuition and subsistance
allowance by check and will deal;
with the institution of his choice,
To Have Ten
Ten cheerleaders have v been
chosen to aid' pep" leader Bo
Thorpe in leading Carolina yells
They were listed yesterday by
Thorpe as Pat Boesser, Winston
Salem; Sue Carter, Chapel Hill;
Thala Pappas, Charlotte; Barbara
Sanford, Spray; Teensy Matt
hews, Norfolk, Va.; Donnie
Thomas,. Raleigh; Tommy Rogers,
Florence, S. C; Johnny Poin
dexter, Burlington; Clyde Camp,
Roanoke Rapids, and Harry Ay
cock. Thorpe said the cheerleaders
will attend all out-of-town games
in conjunction with the dorm
adviser t and president appoint
number of counselors for that
3. A town chairman be se
lected by the Orientation Com
mittee to choose town counse
lors. i;v :" !
4. Each orientation counselor
have assigned him a maximum
of 20 students and maintain
close contact with them thrugh
out the quarter.
5. All counselors be trained
. spring quarter.
6. During first week of fall
orientation each student fill out
an interest card and turn the
cards over to the dorm chair
man and Orientation -Commit-
. tee. .
1 ' 1 4 7'. : Fall orientation include a
CHAPEL HILL, - H.
APRIL 25. 1952
provided it has been approved.
Even though the period of edu
cational benefits to which a vete
ran will be entitled is expected
to. be pro-rated according to
length of service, it is almost cer
tain to be limited to four aca
A spokesman for the committee
on veterans affairs said the ( bill
is not intended as a reward or
bonus for service but simply as
compensation for time and oppor
tunity lost while the veteran in
terrupted his school or training.
l si Droiiiftos Set .
By CDA Today
The play festival of the Caro
lina Dramatic Association 'will
continue its activity today with
the staging of 10 one-act plays
a tthe Playmakers Theater. .
The program will include a
special production of an original
script by the visiting drama de
partment of Spartanburg High
School, S. C.
Students are invited to see the
plays and exhibits. Sessions of
activity begin at 9:30 a.m., 2 p.m.,
and 7:30 p.m.
Ken Barton Named
Old Well President
Ken Barton, Elizabeth, N. J.
was elected president of the
Order of ihe Old Well yesterday
afternoon Also selected were
Vice-President Andy Bell.
Greensboro, and Secretary
Treasurer Steve Perrow, Bed
A complete story with ihe
names of initiates may be found
on page three.
panel discussion by faculty and
students on purposes of college
education r and the individual
Serving on the Apathy Com
mission which drafted the pro
posals was Ken Barton, former
Orientation Committee chair
man . ,
The proposed student activity
board would ; "maintain active
and purposeful organizations on
campus," Oberdorfer said, as"
well as "insure strong internal
structure and leadership; pro
mote, a more personal program
in accepting new : members;
combine duplicative : organiza
tions where necessary, and ex
change activity and promotion
al ideas " '
Four outfits get
$25 from Campus
Chest. See page 3.
EIGHT PAGES TODAY
1 1! a i . ,
Ugly Ma n Awa rd
To Be Presented
About 9 O'Clock
By Stan Smith
The University Club will
throw, open its midway to the
campus tonight at 7 o'clock
for its eighth annual carnival
on Navy Field. .
Held this year in connection
with the-Blue-White football
Voting in the Theta Chi Ug
liest Man on Campus contest
goes into the final day today,
and votes will be received until""
Leading so far in ihe race to
decide ihe most gruesome Caro
lina Gentleman is entry num
ber eight which now has 513
game tomorrow, tonight's carni
val" will feature booths and at
tractions from 21 different or
The evening will be highlight
ed by the presentation of a loving
cup awarded . to the winning
booth which will be judged! for
its originality and appearance.
The judges for the event are Dr.
J. P. iHarland, Coach. Jim Gill,
and Carnival Chairman John See
ly. Also to be awarded tonight is
a cup to the winner of the Ugly
Man contest, sponsored annually
by Theta Chi fraternity. This
award will probably come around
9 o'clock, Seely said. The carni
val is scheduled to end at 11 p.m.
The club yesterday asked en
tries .for booths to start putting
them up by 2 o'clock this after
noon, with 6 o'clock tonight being
the deadline for completion. Each
organization will be expected to
clean up afterwards, Seely added.
Entries this year will include
many novel ideas, according to
the chairman. Sigma Nu will
present "Pied Pi Phis," in con
junction witK the Pi Beta Phis.
Pies will be thrown at the girls.
The ADPis will have a "Ring
Leg," or tossingrings on the gal'
Other entries include, the Mon
ogram ".- Club balloon shaving
booth, the DKE "Rat Roulette,"
and the Delta Psi "Chuck-a-Luck."
The entry fees from. the
stands will go toward putting on
the carnival next year Seely
said. . - 4
Visiting VI P's
. - . ....'
The i Visiting ; Committee ; of
ihe University ' Board of Trus
tees will be on campus today.
It will meet in Morehead Plan
etarium at 10 aon.
Students interested in talking
io ihe Trustee group ihis af
ternoon may sin for Eppoini
ments wiili Iho ;D2sn cf ; Stu
dents cffZca tcmsiirjie.'.-i. ihis ;
fo lis F