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VOLUME LIC NUMBER 176 CHAPEL HILL. N,C, SUNP AY, MAY 18, 1952 . EIGHT PAGES TODAY
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Concerning Student Union
Members of a delegation which talked to Chancellor Robert
B. House concerning a new student union here reported yester
day "encouragement" towards early realization of the project.
Bill Rothi Graham Memorial director and one of three who
talked to the Chancellor, said of the Friday meeting: "Support
is coming from all sides, and we are hoping that we will soon
be in a position to form a large committee representing all the
various friends of the University who are interested in seeing
a new student union built here.
"As a result of the enthusiasm shown thus far, plans are
being formulated for preparing a detailed brief on local student
union needs for presentation to the state Advisory Budget Com
mission within the near future." . . ; -
The other members of the student union group talking to
"the Chancellor were Ken Pcnegar,; recently re-elected chairman
of the GM board of directors, and Jimmy Wallace, GM activi
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molina Places 3rc?
TVrrnnins took a lead in the
first event and widened the gap
after almost every succeeding one.
The victors managed to taKe
only one first place and a tie for
another, but it was the seconds,
Pogo's national campaign director, Walt Kelly, yesterday
sent The Daily Tar Heel a long-winded letter concerning his
Atthe samatimc Kelly said the "I Go Pogo"- booster but
, I tons had been surreptitiously lost
at the freight office by a man
who is backing an opposition can
didate. However, Kelly said an
investigation group discovered the
the crime and criminal and the
buttons - are now on their way.
Distribution probably will be
Kellv's letter said in part:
"It is evidently time to oil up
vnur tuba and load it with sand
wiches. The small voice from the
grass roots asking for Pogo for
Is Winner Of
Elizabeth Lindsay Neill, a grad
uate student here in drama and
meraiure, yesxeraay v. rt ft nnr
: onn President has grown to a roar.
notification mai sne wu i ft inite that a march
for .script she entered in the l on Chicago
Dr. Christian radio contest. w -
nt convention time.
i,T-:n.- um rIc Afnr- "About a month ago we re-
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biditus Fixus" will be-presented jsponded to a number of decep-.
tively mild inquiries from college j
groups aDOUt ine cnaiicca ui &
funning for the presidency. We
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The winner has had extensive slogan i Go Pogo." Counting
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our pennies, wc uiw- "
sometime during the 1952-53 pro
gram series over the Columbia
Broadcasting System network.
drama exoerience. She produced
"Blue Jean Gal" at Carolina last
summer on a Playmaker experi
mental bill and did the same work
for "The Overture" this winter
for the 153rd student production
lineup. Her plans are for pro
fessional and college theater.
Miss Neill attended Hollins
College from 1944 to 1948 where
she did acting and play produc
ing. In the summers of 1945 to
1948 she did continuous acting
and technical work with the
Patchwork Players.- She holds an
advance certificate in acting irw
In 1949 she went to the Egri
School of Writing and was stu
dent assistant to Lajo3 Egri.
Vandenberg Has Cancer
WASHINGTON Gen. ' Hoy t S.
Vandenberg, 'Air Force Chief of j
Staff, - has abdominal cancer, it
was learned yesterday from an
'unimpeachable source." A major
placed an order for 25,000 but
tons and hoped we'd nave re
quests for that many. Word got
around that the buttons were
available along with the candi
date and the mail became flooded
with letters demanding emblems,
cnpprhps. soao boxes and torch-
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light parades. In a weeK, sir, we
had lost all our buttons.
Tn date the I Go Pogo move-
lmont Mas exploded at Syracuse
University, Harvard, the Univer
sity of Wisconsin, Yale, r uraue,
Tnrlinna University; Temple, Con-
MT.T.. University of Hous-
ton, Cornell, University of Chi-
cago, Dartmouth, University o
r-oiifr.rnia. Rice. Williams, Welles
ley,; University of North Carolina,
UCIiA, University of Virginia,
Wabash, Hendrix and Kaacime.
. "This interest has all been of
o 'innntaneous nature. No public
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! relations man nas uicai ,
or.fi none is at WOrK on it.- xt j
comes at a time when most of
the schools in the land are occu-
i iori witli finals and the myriad :
public relations, be was lount iVitiw bf classroom' ana j
in the ntagon;: tyflM thb closing days of the1
keep the announcement from -be-1 campus in xn t, j
DON'T THINK your eyes are
deceiving you. This formation
of seven Meteor jets is headed
straight into the sky. The spec
tacular photo was made from
an accompanying jet craft,
which flew in line with other
planes as they maneuvered ov
er the Sue Canal, Egypt. .
Seniors and their dates are.
in for a surprise tomorrow night
at the annual senior late show.
"It is a new movie which has
not been shown anywhere
around here," E. Carrington
Smith, manager of the Carolina
Theater said yesterday. It is
In addition to the feature,
plans are underway to show
"In r the' Name of Freedom," a
movie about Carolina,
r . "Because many students have
not seen this movie," Archie
Myatt, senior class president
said, "we feel this would be an
excellent -opportunity, to show
it." V - "
Senior girls may sign out for
late permission to attend the
show. " ; .
Eight Ex-Students :
Get USN Commissions
NEWPORT, R. I. May 17
Among 550 men awarded ensign's
commissions here recently irom
the Navy's only Officer candi
date Scliool were eighty Univer
Qitv of North Carolina graduates:
.Trrv Sternberg. 1951; Harry Cur
tis Stone, Jr.; 1951; Colvin Theo
dore Leonard, Jrt 1951; Stephen
BP Smith; 1947; Joe It. Beard; 1951;
Rial Cooper Jones, 1951; ,Fred S.
Patterson, Jr.," .1950 and Guy Carr
Evans, Jr., 1951f:!u! -,
Outstanding Performances Mark Meet; .
Roger Morris Sets University Record
by Frank Allsion, Jr. .
The University of Maryland successfully defended its ;
Southern Conference track cLmpionship on Fetzer Field here ;
yesterday afternoon, amassing 57 points in winning the
9Rtli annual running of the championship meet. w , '
Carolma 37 points to finish third behind Duke.
shnwinff death down -the line, s " -
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500 At Duke
(Special to The Daily Tar Heel)
DURHAM, May 17 An esti
mated 500 male students invaded
East Campus of Duke University
this morning following a current
fad on college campuses of storm
ing coed dormitories.. ,
Screens were ripped off several
windows of women's dormitories,
panels in doors in Southgate
Dormitorv were reported to have
been broken, and explosions were
set off during the . hour and a
half -long demonstration of stu
Maryland - 71
North Carolina - 374
Virginia Military ........
West Virginia ... ..........
N. C. State
South Carolina .....
Wash. & Lee ........
thirds, and fourths that counted.
Leading the field was Vir
ginia Tech's Stu. Johnson, who
dinned off an amazing 47.9 in the
auarter and then came back to
anchor the Tech mile relay team
to a blistering 3:19.8 performance.
Carolina's Gene Brigham came
in for his share of the honors in
winning Carolina's only blue
ribbon with a 1 :54.7 showing in
the half; Brigham nipped defend
ing - conference champion Al
Buehler of Maryland at the tape
to win the Hendrix Memorial
-Virginia Tech's Don Cochran's
203 ft. 58 in. javelin toss in
Friday's trials weathered the
finals and won the gold medal in
Tar Heel Shot' Putter Roger
Morris set a new University of
North Carolina record in the shot
put with a 48 ft. 10 in. heave.
The husky Newark, N. J.,ifresh-
(See MARYLAND, Page 5)
Police reported no injuries and
that the explosions were believed
to have been dynamite caps.
Meanwhile, Duke's president,
Dr. Hollis Edens, warned the stu
dent body yesterday that he has
asked Durham police to make
j arrests in any further action such
as the Saturday morning demonstration.
A report by police Lieutenant
N. H. McCullers said "We did not
attempt to arrest - anyone, or in
any way get involved other than
that we stayed with the crowd.
There was no voilehce other than
several window screens were torn
off, and the paneling in two or
three doors broken, he added.
He also said that all extra
officers were sent home at 3:30
a.m. and there was no further
trouble during the night.
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DR.1 PAUL rgi JT7HHIE
, Dr. Paul Newman Guthrie, pro
fessor of economics in the School
of Business Administration, has
been appointed a public member
of the Federal Wage Stabilization
aD-MJ4 ttiII . aeoiiTY'io ' full.' -
time duties withT tthe board
around June 1.
Dr. Guthrie's , appointment Tas
made effective immediately, but
as a result of his teaching duties
at the University, he is now Uble
to devote only part-time to the
The Wage Stabilization Bt&rd,
which has recently been in the
national ' spotlight as si i result of
the steel dispute; - is composed 1 of
six members representing labor,
six reoresentins management and
six renreseminR ine dudiic.
ing ' made.
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