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VOL. XX, NO. 8
FOUR PAGES TODAY
CHAPEL HILL, N. C. TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1952
A C V
By Walt Dear
The man who persuaded Gen
eral Dwight D. Eisenhower to
make a career of the military
service is a little surprised to
see his high school pal in the
thick of the presidential race.
"I was positive he would be a
top man in the Army, though I
never thought he would be run
ning for the presidency," says
The Dialectic Senate and the
Philanthropic Assembly, 157-
year-old debating societies, will
.ock their forensic horns tomor
row afternoon at 4: 30 in the Di
Hall on the third floor of New
f" 3 (C U I
Hope for a better way to meet
'salary obligations in the case of
big drops of enrollment in the
Summer School was expressed by
Director Guy B. Phillips yester
With the exception of visiting
professors who are here on a spe
cified amount-contract, all mem
bers of the faculty have taken a
rri, ;c n vact. new field of 25 percent cut in their salaries for
program at the University from in terms of the presidential race J f messing im- created bv "the new agri- the summer because, of a 30 per
1944 until the end of World War and what influences their vote. bUSf students. Faculty
II and now living m retirement There were 32 in the class presents, it perrin Oliver, Division Sales Man- members ordinarily receive one
here 1 when the po11 was taken 16 was explained by temporary aeer South Atlantic States, Rala- eighth of their regular salary for
In a letter to Captain Hazlett whom are eligible to vote m No- , . phi stuart JoneSi ' . r.nmnanv. Charlotte, summer teaching. The one sixth
reeentlv. General "Ike" praised vember. The group ranges fromopt A . . . , t. :v,f Utinpnrt has been reduced to one
, , " ; . . . , . , , , . . lone ot tne most perpieAAu& tola oanKers nere jxk. i"6'-
the Captain for helping him make sophomores to seniors. " A . , . M nnn a. , eiehth. If a teacher had a :
... -.fx i . f . leras iij.dk v.iix..iti- - o
ine ueclSlOIl lO &u iu a i paiiy .picicicuwc w.a..
West, when they will formally
. HViato the auerv "Resolved: inaz -
ning xor me presiaency, saysi v. survey 01 a romicai science - - c...Tr?U m kii I
Captain E. E. "Swede" Hazlett, 41 class taken last week gives a GoverTLfH i AgriCUlTUre
UbW, Ket., director ot tne xavy clue on now students are inmjung - - Jo'
Id bankers here last nignx. u w " " ; ,
, eighth. If a teacher had a regular
Addressing the lbtft annual ,nru f 4 mfL he now wouid get
Carolinas Bankers Conference at ,stpad of 667 vmder the old
school. 'He described his old Democratic, 19; Republican, 6; aiU"11 . rtf tu!c Carolinas Bankers umerence ax Q q $667 the old
friend as the individual "from Independent, 5, and two students "The economic disorder of this the University 0f North Carolina,
whom I derived both confidence haven't made up their minds, nation rises above its rna- perrin urged cooperation between student xegistration fees which
and inspiration." The survey reveals that most tional disorders m the scale oi bankers and farmers in such activities (inciuding
Nicknamed by the General as students vote the way their par- danger to our contou.exe growing businesses as beef cattle ation of Graham Memor-
"czao" n name that has stuck, ents do. In the instances where in prosperous peace and inoivia- raising hatcheries, turkey and towards the publica-
Captain Hazlettt grew up in Abi- they differ with their folks' po- ual freedom, Jones saia m an- other livestock producUon, as well on Gf THE TAR HEEL, are help
lene, Kansas, with Eisenhower, ntical viewpointsthe shift is to nouncing the meet. as row crops. ing pay for faculty salaries this
While he knew the family pretty the Republican party. Heconunuea, inBimi r ftm our summer.
I - mnAca Kir nhnnrmai &v-"b j i .... . -n
weU, he didn't come into close General ike Eisenhower cap- """ " J T,-. wXrt on bv one and two crop system of cot- Phillips said tnat a request wm
contact with young Ike untU his tured 21 votes to a poU market condiUons, tobacco into a more di- be made to the next General As
first year o high school. "I've ..wh( do preIer the Eepub. e xcessively JJ" ve"sffied form of agriculture sembly for funds to be used to
known him ever since I can re- licans to nominate." Taft was a Jjon. huge gve"ime "fj positive wiU bring support the Summer School and
member," says the Captain. second with 4 votes, stas- high leYal threaten Sif ft Stoa new era of agricultural maintain salaries The cut in sal
When it came time for.the boys 3( Warren 3, and one student er level P eaen e perity Perrin declared. aries was the first in some tune,
to choose a college,' Swede had was undecided. Jure indepe ndence of toenca. prosperity, fc smmei ses
already made up his mind. In To alleviate these conditions re- He was the principal speaker. upped from one.eighth of the reg
fact he had been accepted at An- What the students preferred quires mature thinking, not bi- &t first evening session of the aT salary to the one sixth. Now
naoolis Naturally, he thought and what they actually thought ased by personal whims. It is Conference here tonight. Regular they.re back where they started.
' .. , ti.a T?nt ,nnlH Vmnnpn was another storv. with this in mind that the Di ana .. . 'irtllo nhn;es of -r, t-:-:.
that was tne piace , . , , . , . , , , . nibuutwun - xjAfiaiiniis wjr tv.-
Ike wasnt going to be able to. They believe Taft would win the the Phi desire to debate the is- banking began m0rning and f unds on hand to provide for con-
trrt. a nomination (27). uniy live sxu- sue. ...m 5nft vrnnpH Fndav. ine
(See IKE, page 4)
W ' 5 ' 5
nomination (27). Only five stu- sue. , wiU continue through Friday. The t?nepncies. Phillips said, "The
dents thought Eisenhower could D. x&Bxr wnich will re- program is leing sponsored by summer School was originally op-
win at Chicago. u0 aff,VmaiVP will be the North and South Carolina t d or professional people on
j -rr i rtnnVorc A ccnriations. the North I nry,nll v,cic WVipn the snefiduD
The Democratic student vote composed of Bob Clampitt and
on the Republican nomination John Schnorrenberg, English
showed 12 for Eisenhower, 4 for majors. Clampitt is a former
Taft and 3 for Warren. I speaker of the m.
r. n tive IITI O it WEEK
Students can celebrate the first
of Convention Weeks by seeing
television in Graham Memorial
during the week or attending a
special Supper Y 'orum
Official Worlds Speed Record For Aviation
Topped By Russian Migs ln Korean Antics
wv.w ' vortt -Russia's MIG-15. 1 16.500 pounds for the F-86A Corp.
iy night. ... Q ciub which is tangUng with U. S. F-86 Sabre. Its wingspan is 33 feet,
The Young Republicans wl a. Korea, has a top with 42-degree sweepback. Ar-
Bankers Associations, the North a small asis. When the speedup
and South Carolina State Bank- started during World War II and
ing Departments, and the Univer- we had accelerated academic
program, the School was expand
ed. Shortly after the war, the
Board of Trustees made the Sum
mer Sessions an official fourth
quarter of the University academ
ic year. But no budget was pro
vided. "This situation is not peculiar
to the University. Most summer
is sponsoring a "Television lgr" d in excess of the world's mament includes two 23-mm. and
tonight beginning at 8 o clocK ana record and a sen- one 37-mm. automatic cannon.
WU1 serve refreshments in coop- rate of climb of nearly magazine quotes a top
eration with the student union. minute at sea level. USAF spokesman as saying, "So-
There will he no formal speeches, g tQ Aviation Week mag- viet workmanship reflected in
except for a few words by Club s fabrication of MiG-15 turbojet
President Curt Ratledge. All stu- magazine stated yesterday engine parts is high, of excellent
dents are invited. m in a storybased on a(newly de- quality, and in many instances
Thursday night, the YM ua wixx classified feut long.secret Air comparable to American stan
nresent a program about rouu- wiation nf a caDtured dards and practice."
cal Parties and Our Next rresi- mQ,s gpeed fa 584 The Russians have managed to
Hpnt." Speakers are frpiessors an hour) and its squeeze an extra 1,000 pounds of
Alexander Heard' and area 1QQQ thrust frQm their version of the
iA the Political OCI-I . . A ,ij RrificVi T? nil cT? nvrt Nptip iot pn.
leavcioiiv nnifeet a minute, ine uinuidi wuuw j
ence Department. To be neia on d record is 670.981 mph, set gine, which powers the MiG, f or
3 flnnr T.PnOir Hail, SUP- I r .... i -l A fiftn
tne seuuiiw - ' -
4uiflton Week auotes Air Force .
oaIp urrtyV An n SPlf-SUTiriOrtnff
- - dV.i'UUid w w AT
officials as saying analysis of the basis he noted.
xtUSSian power yxeui tuiiiwuaww" i
chamber shows that the Soviets m various aiaxes, legisiavo
combined a substantial amount of look at salaries oi bummer &cnooi
initiative with known proced- instructors as bonuses, or some-
ures in duplication and copying, thing extra
Evaluation engineers admitted
lall, sup- g6 b a total of 6,000 pounds, dry, at
npr will begin at 5:u ana ine TTC3A-in TurQ; PirWH L. Johnson, sea level, the magazine reports.
program will wind up at 7 o clock. Experimental aircraf t have gone (At 375 mph., one pound of thrust
nts are uivncu. i . , ..i. t : ooi Vioeieauais one norsenower.i
- . iasier, out uicu wavv - '
be a rounaup aisfiv. . , oe :Qr1nc The MiG-15 engine cl
All students are
lowing the talks.
honn HicrlnsPd. The MiG-15 engine closely ap-
ty, rP thrp Versions of the proximates the U. S. and British
w,iccirnv,niif MTO-lfi in onera- advanced development of the
tion against United Nations for- original Nene jet engine, but the
ces in Korea; two are day fighter execution oi development nas
fTrr. nnrl the third is eauinned been markedly different. This is
with radar for night and all- representative of a separate ap-
Students will have tomorrow
and Thursday to register for
the fall quarter.
.. . a loll
Preregiraii sludenls weather operation, according to proach and is obviously the result
quarter omy maM7inp. In configuration of independent Soviet work.
: nil schools extey - o .
oiZnces Graduate School the MiG's are the same, but Materials used in construction
n5 rmacV ' thrust of a later model has been of the Russian engine are similar
wTvour green forms increased through further engine to those used in later advance-
. . y j t develonment. ments of the original Nene by the
fOT? i?ouse. Archer House Gross weight of the MiG is British and by Pratt & Whitney
?iwriM xlOUSG iiWiwi - o - i - . - i .
Sb open from 8:30 to 4:30. about 12,500 pounds, as against 'Aircraft Division, United Aircraf t j cies.
that the Soviets have overcome
a design problem that until re
cently had been virtually an in
surmountable obstacle for the
British and U. S., the magazine
The captured MiG was built in
1948 at Zabod, 1, Kuybyshev. The
Soviet manufacturer redesigna
ted the copied engine as model
The MiG-15 in many respects
still outperforms the Sabre, ac
cording to the magazine, because
the U. S. fighter is ornamented
with almost two tons of 'gadgets
deemed necessary by the military
for pilot safety and convenience
The Air Force analysis was made
by engineers of Pratt & Whitney,
East Hartford, Conn.; USAF tech
nical specialists at Wright-Pat
terson AFB, O.; Cornell Aero
nautical Laboratory at Buffalo,
N. Y.,. and several other govern
ment-sponsored research agen-
All faculty members received a
letter from Phillips on June 28
notifying them of the decrease.
Action was taken by the admin
istration upon the recommenda
tion of the Administrative Board.
Checks are presented at the end
of each session when grades are
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