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Editorial No. S
on the case for a
new student union.
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WILMINGTON The probabil
ity that the federal government
may take still further action
against the Ku Klux Klan arose
yesterday alter the conviction of
JO Klansmen on kidnaping and
conspiracy charges. Seven of the
10 appealed the sentences, rang
ing from one ot five years. ;
ef Labor Maurice J. Tobin told
steel union convention delegates
here yesterday that the "only way
to settle the steel dispute 'is for
the industry to accept the recom
mendations for a 26 cents an hour
raise to the CIO United Steel
WASHINGTON Senator Ro
bert A. Taft spread his lead over
Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower yes
terday in the scramble for dele
gates to the Republican national
convention. The Ohioan picked
up 15 of West Virginia's 1G dele
gates to give him a 362 to 320
nation-wide delegate lead over
Ike. 1 ; ; ; i ; i
MUNSAN, Korea North Ko
rean Gen Nam II threatened yes
terday to filibuster against the
Allies' proposed armistice pack
age in talks at Panmunjom. The
Red negotiator charged the Allies
were treating prisoners inhu
manely. TOKYO Gen. Mark W Clark
put Brig. Gens. Francis T. Dodd
and CHarles Colson on the carpet
yesterday for their roles in the
Koje Island prison camp mutiny.
Both generals were fired succes
sively as commandant of the big
Communist prisoner of war camp
Extra Title :
Dr. Logan Wilson, who was ap
pointed vice-president in charge
of academic affairs of the Con
solidated, University last Septem
ber, has been given the title of
vice-president and provost.
The addition of the title of pro
vost was made by members of the
Executive Committee of- the
Board of Trustees at a meeting
in Raleigh this week, upon re
commendation "of President Gor
don Gray. ; ; ; i M j .
Explaining the new title; Presi
dent Gray said it was made for
the purpose of designating" more
specifically by title the nature of
Dr. Wilson's duties. The; title of
provost is in common use at a
number of large American 'uni
versities. , ll f
Yacks Today -
Yaclceiy Yacks will be dis
tributed today from 10 a.m. un
111 5 p.m. in Horace Williams
Lounge of Graham Memorial.
The same hours will be ob
served tomorrow. - j ,
Students must present : their
ID cad to receive a -eaxboolr.
tiere.hav Qlr (( ) r:
by Jody Levey
The Carolina "mass exodus" of
students on weekends is a myth,
according to a survey made pub
lic yesterday .
Initiated to determine just what
students do with their weekend
time, the exhaustive survey was
completed and given to the Ex
ecutive Committee of the Board
of : Trustees at its meeting this
week. One of the reasons given
by the Executive Committee
member who proposed Saturday
classes was to stop the "mass
exodus" o nthe weekend..
The report was conducted in
the house of Delta Kappa Epsilon
and Phi Delta Theta fraternities,
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority, and
Alderman, Spencer, Old East and
"Going home to rest" was given
by both coeds and men as the
"most important" single reason
for leaving Chapel Hill. Men
students rated "attending a foot
ball game" highest on the list
(See TRUSTEES, page 6)
Taxicab fares in Chapel Hill
will go up from 35 to 45 cents
effective June 1.
And a blanket SO-cent fare has
been imposed for all taxi trips to
Kenan Stadium on the days of
varsity football games.
The Board of Aldermen made
the decisions at its meeting this
week. . -
Utilities Committee cnairman
Robert v Fowler recommended a
fare increase for; the cab follow
ing a meeting with the town's
four taxi companies last week.
However, his committee left the
amount for the hike open
Over Ice Cream
Special to THe Daily Tab Hbo.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., May
14 What a day.
More than 1,500 Yale stu
dents rioted for two hours yes
terday before they were driven
behind campus gates by police
and high-powered water hoses.
It all started with ice cream.
Here's how: .
A police officer ordered Sid
ney M. Zolot to move his mo
bile' ice cream cart from -in
front of the Old Campus gate.
A short - time later; ' William
Lytwinickt moved : in with his
ice cream cart and he, too, was
ordered to move.
Students began jeering the
officer from the windows of
near - by , dormitories. They
threw firecrackers and paper
bag full of water. Then the
stents begin, tourins . from
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DEBORAH ALDE1I WILL SIHG the role of Violetta tonight in
"La Traviata." Verdi's opera will be presented al 8 o'clock in
Memorial Hall by the Grass Roots Opera Company. While attend
ing Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. Miss Alden had her
own TV show and sang willi James Melton fm the Harvest of
Stars radio program. I ' -. .
en i or s
xi- An- eon.
?tss tr. inin tne Aiumm asso
ciation during the current drive
sponsored by the Senior Alumni
Chairman Al House yesterday
said seniors should take advant-
their rooms into the streets.
Fist fights started. A motorist,
attempting to drive through
the mob, had to stop his car
and flee when his windows
were broken. Then someone
let the air out of his tires,
A bus driver, threatened by
the students, responded by
opening a window of his cab
and squirting a fire extinguish
er at them. Then he hastily
It took the entire day shift
of 80 policemen to quell the
rioting Elis. Four "students "and
the two ice cream vendors were
arrested on charges ranging
from breach of the peace to
inciting a riot. f
Classes at Yale end tomor
row and police jsaid ;the I stu
dents picked the ice cream epi ¬
sode as an "excuse for one
mpre( fling." r , ; . -; i ..:. ;
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atA: nf . the snecial $1 - rate by
securing membership at the x
booth between 10 a. m. and 1
p. m. today. Membership includes
a- subscription to Alumni Re-
view, a magazine which appears
ten times annually, and ten foot-
ball supplements during tne rail
The Alumni Association acts as
a liason between seniors and their
classmates, other alumni and the
This is one dollar for which DuphbL Director-Baritone Rob
vou will certainly receive your ert C. Bird and accompanist Estle
money's worth and which you
will never regret spending," said
Members of the Senior Alumni
Committee are Helen Brundage,
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Jackie Ouesenburv. Ann Van
Kirk,- Luke Hill, Allen- Tate,
Charles Brewer, Ed Dixon, pal
ton Ruff in, Duff ield Smith, Archie
My att and Al House.
Rods Lift Blockade
BERLIN The Russians yester
day lifted their ban on Allied mili
tary patrolling 'of Berlin's lifeline
highway to the West as Secretary
or State Dean Acheson warned
that the Big Three are deter
mined to resist any new -blockade
moves on the city.
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Do Open At 7
For Grass Roots
Verdi's "La Traviata" will
oe sung m Jngiisn m a pres
entation by the Grass Roots
Upera Company m Memorial
Hall at 8 o'clock It will be
the final Student Entertain
ment Committee affair this
Auditorium doors open at 7
o'clock. Students will be admit
ted free upon presentation of ID
cards. Seats remaining unfilled
at 7: 40 will be available to fac- ,
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tuiy, siuuent wives and towns
people at $1 each. -w'
"We expect to be able to ac
commodate all non-students de
siring seats," said Bob Simmons,
new chairman of SEC. i
The , Grass Roots Opera Com-"
j pany is the touring group of the
Carolina Opera School located in
Raleigh and administered bv the
Extension Division of the Uni
versity. ' " .
The opera company is entering
its fourth r year, jand . has given
iectures, opera ; exerpts and com
plete operas in all parts of the
state. Some of its i familiar selec-
tions are - Mozart's "School for
1 1'jnvvrs. MriarimTi "Thf " "KiTa-r-i
riage of Figaro" and "La Travi-
AH " of the operatic ; renditions
are given in English. Programs
also are furnished to . afford the
audience a better - understanding
0f the opera.
In the campus presentation of
La Traviata" tonight, the role of
violetta wiU be sung by Deborah
Aiden. Alec Dantre will handle
the baritone lead of Baron
Rucker are two other vital mem-
bers of the 16 person company.
Student Entertainment Corn-
mittee programs are made possi-
1.1. 1 . a , m - . . m . .
Die Dy appropriations irom tnf
student block fee.
. There will be an organiza
tional meeting today at 4 p.m.
of a staff for Tarnation.
To be held in the student
government office . on the first
floor of Graham Memorial, the
meeting is open to all interest
ed in working on Ihe combina
tion humor-literary magazine.
. President Ham Horton :. has
called the meeting in an effort
to revive Tarnation which
ceased publication last sprin3
when Kts funds were cut off.
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