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LIUNSAN Adm. C. Turner Joy
told the Reds yesterday, 'We
again reject finally and formally"
the proposal that 132,000 Red
prisoners be exchanged for 12,
000 Allied captives, Joy proposed
that the talks be posponed, and
Communist negotiator Gen. Nam
replied by virtually daring the
Allies to terminate the peace
DEITVER A government lore
cast that the 17-day bid strike of
90,000 CIO, AFL, and independent
oil workers would be over "with
in the .nert 4B hours" was disput
ed by union spokesman A. Knight.
Knight said that the workers
would not go back to work until
the full wage increase suggested
by the V age Stabilization Board
DETROIT Gen. Douglas O.
MacArthur, in an obvious refer
ence to Gen. Dwight Eisenhower,
said Thursday night that election
of a military man president of
the United States would be tragic.
The General told the Michigan
State Legislature in an address
that history proved that democra
cies lost their liberties after en
tering a quasi-military .state.
A General College student was
put on indefinite probation for
cheating on a Spanish quiz and
lour other were reinstated at a
session of the Men's Honor Coun
cil Thursday night.
The student cheated on the
Spanish quiz when an instructor
walked out of the room after
giving him extra time after class
to finish . the test. The student
copied from his text book and
later reported himself for cheat
ing. The four students reinstated in
the University were placed on
probation for at least two quar
ters. One other student who ap
plied for reinstatement was not
re-admitted because the council
found his "conduct and actions
are not befitting a Carolina stu
dent, and he can not be entrusted
with the duties and responsibili
ties that must be taken' on if one
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The names of several students
involved in the raid of women's
dormitories and sorority houses
early jesterday morning have
been turned into the Men's
In a statement issued yes
terday afternoon, student body
president Ham Horton said
"The students who broke into
the dorms were obviously in
isolation of the Campus Code
and several names have already
been turned into the Council.
Meanwhile, Roy W. Holsten,
assistant Dean of Students, said,
'I have talked with Ham Hor
ton and those found guilty of
The Playmakers big and color
ful re-creation of Shakespeare's
"The Tempest" opened last night !
in the Forest Theater and is sche
duled for two more showings, to
night and tomorrow at 8:30.
Thi3 version of the classical
masterpiece is under the direction
of Foster Fitz-Simons, For many
months the technical staff has
been working on costumes, stage
scenery and mood music to ac
company Shakespeare's romantic
Tickets for the play will be
available today at Swain Hall and
Ledbetter-Pickard's, and may be
purchased at the theater box of
fice after 7 p.m. r
Frank AUston, is doing the
sports department of The Daily
Tar Heel a special service this
weekend by covering the South
ern Conference Track Championships.
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violating existing University
regulations will be disciplined
Holsten said, "It is very
probable that the incident was
not maliciously motivated.
However, in tkeir attempt to
'have some fun' the few stu
dents involved, obviously in
fluenced by recent publicity
given other college campuses,
were guilty of poor judgment."
I-O Go Oo Scil i'liGScldy
Winning stories from the fiction award contest will be fea
tured in the new spring issue of the Carolina Quarterly going
on sale at the "Y" Tuesday.
Joseph Terrell, Raleigh, a senior here, is the first prize win
ner with his realistic story of a :
man s struggle io aajusi xo nis
environment. Set against an un
usual background, it is called "A
Race of Men."
"Jonathan Heard the Crys of
Cain," by Wyat Helsabeck, a
graduate student here, and "Look
For A Buzzard," by Wesley Ford
Davis, a student at the University
of Arkansas, are the two honor
able mention stories .also included
in this issue.
Varley Lang, an instructor at
NYU, is the author of the fourth
fiction piece, "A Few Hours.' "
"Cass Mastern and Jeremiah
Beaumont: Novel Into Myth," a
critical estimate of Robert Perm
Warren, is the only non-fiction
artical. It is written by Mark Lin
enthal Jr., an instructor of Eng
lish at Reed College, Portland,
A telegram from Cartoonist
Walt Kelly to The. Daily Tar
Heel yesterday assured Univer
sity students that "I Go Pogo"
campaign buttons are on the way.
Meanwhile, .the Okefenokee
Swamp's 'favorite son" showed
more gains in his college popu
larity polls. More than 5,000 stu
dents turned - out to hear Kelly
speak at a mock convention at
Harvard University, but police
men had to be .called to the scene
to quell a riot. (See picture, page
T. Mac Long and Al Perry yes
terday - died ill " .organisations
fr.. i till.
He said it was fortunate
"through quick action and the
cooperation of most of the stu
dents involved" that no one
was injured and little" property
damaged. Measures are being
taken to see that similar in
stances do not occur, he said.
Horton said that he was con
vinced that the participants
were not aware of the gravity
of their actions and the reper
cussions they would have
throughout the state.
"I am convinced," he said,
"they would have hesitated be
fore embarrassing their-fellow
students and their University."
'Mangum Talk Award
John Schhorrenberg of Ashe
ville received the Willie P.
Mangum : Medal for oratory
Thursday night for presentation
of a speech on "The Triumph of
The medal, established in
1B78 in memory of Willie Pear
son Mangum, was given this
year by the Philanthropic As
sembly and the Dialectic Sen
ate in cooperation with Ernest
Mackie, dean tof awards.
Daily Tar Heel editor Barry
Farber has escaped to the beach
this weekend .for a well deserved
rest. Bev Baylor is acting editor.
pagne managers" to do so at once.
Fraternities, sororities and dormi
tories that do not have managers
are: AKPsi, DKE, Delta Sigma
Pi, Kappa Psi, Kappa Sigma,
Lambda Chi, Phi Delta Chi,Phi
Gamma Delta, Phi KLappa Sigma,
Pi Kappa Phi, Pi Lambda Phi,
SAE, Sigma Nu, SPE, TEP, Zeta
Psi, Alpha Gamma Delta, Delta
Delta Delta, Kappa Delta, Pi Phi,
Aycock, Whitehead, Alderman,
Long said the buttons should
come in sometime this weekend.
He added, that managers will be
notiHsd and cm pick up the but-
f-tszs tX Thz Diily Tar Heel clSce.
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the church of your
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UNC; Seeks Upset
in Final Contest
For Coach Bob
by Frank Allsion, Jr.
Maryland's Southern Con
ference track champions place
their title' on the line this af
ternoon at Fetzer Field in the
28th annual running of , the
Southern Conference - Track
Championships. Meet time is
2 pjn. -
Carolina and- Duke's Blue
Devils are rated as the top con
tenders and the results of yester
day's qualifying trials would tend
to , bear this out.
Maryland led the qualifiers by
placing 17 men in the finals to
day while Carolina put 15 into the
finals and Duke managed to place
10. Qualifying trials were run in
10 of the 15 events. There were
no trials in the mile, two-mile,
mile relay, high jump and pole
Other schools and their quali
fiers are Virginia Tech, 5; VML
4; West Virginia, two, and David
son, N. C. State and the Univer
sity of Richmond, one each.
Virginia Tech's Bob Cochran
turned in the day's best perform
ance with a 203 ft. 58 in. heave
in the javelin. Bdth: Marty Cohen
of Maryland and Joel Shankle of
Duke jumped beyond the 23ft.
mark in the broad jump to lead
the qualifiers in that event.
Carolina made a better show
ing than was expected in the field
events with Roger Morris 48 ft.
10 in. shot put being the best in
dividual Tar Heel performance ol
Bill Walker, top Tar Heel jav
elin artist, fell behind the front
runners in his specialty. Walker,
Bill Cornell and ; Bobby Bell all
qualified for Carolina in the
spear throwing event.
Harry Brown, who won his
heats in both the 100 and 220
yard dashes, also placed among
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Poppies will ' be on sale to
day downtown and on campus
in memory of America's war
Mrs. A. S. Lincberger, pres
ident of the sponsoring Ameri
can Legion Auxiliary, said ihs
sale on campiis ttIH bs hzncll:
by Pi- Beta Pfc3, cprority. 'cni.
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