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DO; low 53.
WASHINGTON CIO steel
workers, responding to a re
quest by their leader, called off
their strike yesterday while the
legal battle over government
seizure of the mills shifted to the'
Supreme Court. Union President
Philip Murray ordered his 650,
000 men to go back to work "as
soon as possible."
DENVER The continuing
strike of 22 AF of L, independ
ent and CIO Oil workers unions
yesterday threatened further
shortages of gasoline for the na
tion's motorists, truckers and air
transport. Government officials
said a prolonged strike would
bring on a major shortage of
gasoline if the 45-day supply on
hand is cut in half.
SALT LAKE CITY About 2,
000 persons packed their belong
ings and fled a critical 50-block
area of Salt Lake City as the
worst flood in the history of Utah
swept over thousands of acreas
MUNSAN Communist negoti
ators yesterday refused to agree
to a United Nations command
package proposal for settling the
Korean armistice deadlock. Chief
problems blocking an armistice
are how to exchange prisoners of
war, Russian participation in
truce supervision and rehabilita
tion of military airfields during a
SEOUL Two American de
stroyers were damaged slightly
by Communist shore batteries in
a gun duel that raged all Wed
nesday afternoon in Wonsan Har
bor, the Navy announced yester
WASHINGTON Gen. Dwight
D. Eisenhower is ahead of Sen.
Robert A. Taft in the race of
Republican national convention
delegates according to a United
Press tabulation. Latest figures
show Eisenhower leading Taft
286 to 273 in delegate votes.
WINSTON-SALEM The strike
at Western Electric, plants here,
Burlington and Greensboro con
tinued yesterday after negoti
ators seeking a settlement failed
to reach an agreement at a ses
sion Thursday night.
CAMP DESERT ROCK, Nev.
More than 2,000 Marines took the
roughest buffeting ever dished
out to troops by an atomic bomb
but the majority today seemed
sold on the weapon -as a friend
in the field. The blast occurred
Thursday. i M I -
Due to the death of Brother
Marx Deal the Alpha Kappa
Psi pledge initiation end ; fac
ulty; lea scheduled for Sunday
afternoon will ba peris sntxlU
AH, THIS SMOOTH LEQ-WE offer io the guys who didn't make
it to the beach this weekend. From Nags Head on down io Myrtle
you'll find 'em out by the thousands, though perhaps not quite as
stunning. Know the name of this coed?
Will Elect" Officers
Con so I id afedM Council
The . Consolidated University
Student Council meets tomor
row afternoon here to choose
new officers. .
The meeting, the final one of
the school year, will be held in
the Morehead Building. It will
be the first at which the CUSC
will convene under its new
constitution, ratified by .the
Legislature here early last
Both the outgoing and in
coming delegations will meet.
However, Carolina actually has
no "official" new delegation
due to a legislative quirk. The
For Math Cheating
Two students were suspended
from the University this week
for cheating on a French 22 quiz,
the Men's Honor Council said
In other action the council dis
missed the case of two students
alleged td have cheated, . on a
take-home math quiz. -.TheUcase
vrzs thrown out for lack of evi-
CHAPEL HILL, N. Q SATURDAY.
Legislature Thursday, put off
approving some 40 appoint
ments by President Ham Hor
ton. Among them are the sel-
ectees for the CUSC.
The action postponing ap
proval of Horton's appoint
ments is customary. The Legis
lature has one-of its commit
tees investigate appointees and
then generally goes on the rec
commendation of N the commit
tee. Deal Dies
Marx Hugh Deal, senior
from Rockingham, died yester
day afternoon at Duke hospital.
He was admitted there six
weeks ago for treatment of a
Mr. Deal was a -marketing
major and a member of Alpha
Kappa Psi commerce fraternity
here. He was an officer of
AKPsi, a member of Play
makers G and on the debate
squad. . : '.;'"' : 1 j ,
He is survived by hisj parents,
Miv and Ilrs. IL L. Deal and a
brother. Hobby Lee Desl, who
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MAY 3, 1S52
by Joe Cherry
Chi Omegas joined forces withChi Phi's Thursday night
to "play house" and walk away with first place honors in the
annual University Club Carnival on Navy Field.
The Chi O's awarded winners of a horseshoe game with,
party favors and kisses (on .the cheek, naturally) after emerg
ing from a make-believe coed dormitory.
; More unfortunate souls who
Special to Thb Daily TahJIeei.
: RALEIGH, May 2 Shortcom
ings of North Carolina's institu
tions for the mentally deficient
are sharply outlined in a report
made to Gov. Kerr Scott by a
UNC agency. 1
The Bureau of Educational Re
search and Service of the Uni
versity prepared the report and
leveled criticism at Caswell Train
ing School at Kinston.
The report said the school must
be enlarged, its staff and methods
improved and its purpose rede
fined. The bureau said that in
stead of fulfilling its function as
a training center for mentally de
ficient children, the school has
become a "detention home" which
keeps inmates until they can be
admitted to adult mental institu
tions. ."It is humanely necessary and
economically sound to provide
specialized care, treatment and
supervision for the mentally de
ficient," the report said.
It urged as an immediate step
the separation of the mentally de
ficient children from those who
are mentally ill. "
Not At Talk
Special to The Daily Tar Heel
. CINCINNATI, May 2 The
League of Women Voters looked
over five candidates and a stand
in last night, but there was a
strange suspicion among its mem-
1 Xt J 1 A 1
oers xoaay inai xne next pres
ident wasn't there.
Two Republicans and three
Democrats presented in an hour's
radio' television program their
views on the major issues of
government corruption and for
eign economic aid.
They, answered some other
questions. All of the queries and
replies were prepared in advance,
so nobody was surprised by what
happened except where spontan-
ious applause broke out from the !
audience of 2,500, mostly women.
Thecandidates who sounded off
on schedule were Gov. Earl War
ren of California and former Gov.
Harold Stassen of Minnesota, Re
publicans, and Sen. Estes Ke
fauver of Tennessee, Sen. Robert
S. Kerr of Oklahoma, and W.
Averell Harriman of New York
Democrats. - . ,
The major missing candidates
were Ohio's Sen.: Robert A Taft
cni Gca. . Dwight XlLJ Eisenhower,
TOB I N.
writes an open let
ter to seniors. See
page 2. .
managed to ring with their
"horseshoes" only the sign mark
ed "Blind Date, We'd love to,
Boys" were surprised when a gap
toothed matron, looking strange
ly like a boy, came out to kiss
the profits said the, funds will
probably be contributed to 'char
ity. The display, called "Let's
Play Flush-Flush," won because
of originality and workmenship.
Phi Delta Theta Fraternity and
Delta Delta Delta Sorority came
in second in the carnival.
WW II I
Special to The Daily Tar Heel
WASHINGTON, May 2 Rep.
Edwin Arthur Hall (R-NY)
charged today he had been sub
jected by his House colleagues
"to one of the most cowardly at
tacks ... in history."
Hall was sharply criticized on
the House floor yesterday for
what members termed his unfair
attacks on Rep. W. Sterling Cole
(R-NY), his primary opponent.
TTall aofMispfl his critics nf in
terfering in an election "which
the people, and the people only,
have the right to decide."
One House member after an
other rose to denounce Hall and
praise Cole. They said Hall, in
his speeches in his district, had
accused Cole by innuendo of
"leaking" atomic secrets after at
tending Washington cocktail
"Perhaps the questions I
raised hit some guilty consciences
and they yelled to high heaven,"
Hall shot back today in a reply -printed
in the Congrgssional Re
cord.. , -
Hall and Cole are engaged in
a battle for the right to represent
a new congressional district in
the Binghamton, N. Y., area into
which . both their old districts
have been merged.
Students interested in be
coming orientation advisers
next year should go by Graham
Memorial for interviews Mon
day, Tuesday, or Wednesday of
Orientation Chairman Bob
Gorham yesterday said the fol
lowing schedule will be in ef
fect: Monday, 7 p. m.-3 p. m.i
Tuesday, 7 p. m.-9 p. m., and
Wednesday, 4 p. m.-6 p. m.
The interviews will be Held
ia ; one of the Roland Parker
Lounges in the ' student r union-'"
Gcxham said ; 1 " ' ; ' : -' . ' ' ; : '