3 II C Library Serials Dapt. ChapeX Hill. II C. i. , . WEATHER Sunny and mild to day witn 78 high. Yes terday's high. 78; low. 56. VOLUME LXI NUMBER 2 CHAPEL HILL. N. C THURSDAY, Sept. 25, 1952 FOUR PAGES TODAY fltlliil Hazio 11 Vt S. t, lis 5 11 lr ; K if la ail rrff '" if Tf I SNOOK ' " ; , . On 1 1 ll J BREF n n WASHINGTON Sen. Richard M. Nixon appeared almost cer tain yesterday of staying on the Republican ticket as Dwight D. Eisenhower's running mate. Fol lowing Nixon's speech of Tues day night in which he gave an elaborate account of his personal finances in connection with the charges that have been made against him, too GOP officials, including Committee Chairman Arthur Summerfield, stated that they felt confident that Nixon would remain on the ticket. The final decision, however, was left to Eisenhower. WASHINGTON T. Lamar Caudle yesterday quoted ousted Atty. Gen. Howard McGrath as having said before a House sub committee investigating the Jus tice Department, that he had enough information about a "White House clique to blow the place sky high." Caudle told reporters that McGrath refused to elaborate on the "clique" which he credited with his removal from office. He did, however, give the committee a list of names which included that of Joseph Short, presidential press secre tary who died last week. BALTIMORE Gov. Adlai E. -Stevenson said yesterday that he still will not give the names of those who contributed to or re ceived money from a special cash fund he set up to supplement the pay of some Illinois state officials. He said that there was no need to reveal any names, and that it would be publicity that they did not deserve and a breech of good faith on his part. Nev Officers Join Local NROTC Unit Tvo officers, recently on sea duty, have reported for duty as assistant Professors of Naval Science on the staff of the local NROTC Unit. Lieutenant Lloyd Rudasill White, Jr., USN. will instruct colors in Naval Machinery. Lieutenant White Js a qualified submarine officer. Prior to re porting to the unit he was en gineer officer of the Submarine Cusk, the Navy's first guided mis sile submarine. He was graduated from the U. S. Naval Academy in 1945 and since graduation has served in the Destroyer Purdy, during the occupation of Japan, the Destroyer Miles C. Fox and the Submarine Chivo. Lieutenant Garette E. Lockee, USN, has reported for duty as -r.umT instructor. He recently served as executive officer of v, npctrnver Minesweeper TTllvsnn. Subsequent to gradua tion in 1943 from the University of South Carolina, where he was . mnpr of the piu gram, Lt. Lockee has served in the Destroyer Laws, paruuav in tv.P Pacific engagements of the Caroline Islands, New Guinea, itrarianas. Phillipines, Formosa, China Coast. Iwo Jhna, Okinowa and Japan. Texas VIP's Texas VIP's will be on hand Saturday for the kick-off game of the season, it was learned yesterday. Among the visitors will be Chancellor and Mrs. James v. Hart. Regent and Mrs. William Darden. and Regent James Rockwell. Dr. Logan Wilson, vice-president of the Consoli dated University and president elect of the University of Texas, made the announcement, rnnnroccman Homer Thorn berrv (D-Texas) notified Dr. Wilson that he and several other Texas Conaressmen will come s - r x 1 Hp s V x I xv UulNG PHt-FABRICATED' LOGS cut in Korea, these GIs of the 2nd Division build bunkers, liitle realizing that they would be driven off Old Baldy in a biiier battle with the Reds, then win the hill again a few days later. The logs weigh 600 pounds each. Meanwhile, in Korea yesterday. Gen. Mark Clark met with his top land, sea and air commanders but declined to reveal the reason for the high level confab. NEA Telepholo. ! Presidentia D esembl Manv narallels mav be drawn between the Eisenhower Stevenson campaign and those Jefferson, Madison and Monroe, rnkp University. A marked coincidence between political events of 1952 and 1795 are contained in Gen- tlemen Freeholders," a book by Dr. Sydnor being published by the University of North Carolina Press this week. Dr. Sydnor refers, at one point, to the election for the Virginia Assembly " in 1793 " when " John Marshall, who was an avowed bystander, was drafted and elec ted. The nomination of Governor Adlai Stevenson as the Demo cratic candidate for the presi dency repeats a political phenom enon despite the drastic evolution of political practices of the past 157 years, he says. "Each generation," Dr. Sydnor writes, "has tried to improve and refine political processes. The caucus systeem was replaced by the convention, the convention hv thp nrimarv. eetc. . . in the faith that each change would bring democracy closer to per fection." The presidential . candidates, senators, and congressmeen in the coming election will face manyj of the same dilemmas that the' great Virginia statemen faced, he' thinks. 'This generation of Virginians -. . i did not delay doing essential tasks until they could reshape and perfect the political instru ment at hand, Dr. Sydnor says. They were not ignorant of some of the defects and crudities of their political processes; but they never lost sight of large public issues while they tinkered with the machine. "They were wise enough to know that it could never be per fected to such a point that it would automatically turn out a good product. They knew no way for democracy to worlc excepx for men of good will to labor m essantly at the job of making it work." ' ,J 3. ' -W . LJfSifid . Z2 - " '- HI HI JIBI 5 V S of the ear of Washington according to Dr. Charles S Swiss Visit, Comment On South s Li Up North two and two make four; down South it's four and a half. That's the way a group of Swiss students on tour at the University figured it. "Up North everything is two dimensional," said 25-year-old Hans Keller of Switzerland who was the spokesman for the 13 students who are trying to learn all they can about America. "Up North two and two make four bang, bang, bang!" he said. "Down South everything has depth, color, atmosphere and everything we Europeans like. I'm sure down here two and two make four and a half." The tall, rosy cheeked Swiss with short cropped blonde hair spoke with hardly a trace of an accent and used plenty of American slang. The only dis tinguishing thing about him was his short white pants and a dark blue polo shirt. Why the students were over here was explained this way. "The U.S. National Students Association and the Swiss equivalent have a Travel Agency and they 'cooked up this deal' for us." Cooked up? "Yes," he said smiling. "After all we've been in America for nearly three months." i iv. 9 Race 95 Era THE UNIVERSITY'S HANDSOME NEW DENTAL SCHOOL Dental School Getting Ready For Milestone Clinical Practice Scheduled To Start For Class Of '54 Two years ago, in the fall of 1950, the first class of dental students was admitted to the University School of Dentistry. On Monday, this same group will to be the first to receive clinical instruction in. Denistry in the State of North Carolina. "The program, as is customary in Schools of Dentistry, is to have students perform the service to patients under the close super vision of the faculty," Dean John C. Braver explained yesterday Students are well prepared, Dean BraveT said, to begin work with patients having had: at least three years of college work; thorough screening by the Com mittee on Admissions for the study of dentistry; and then at least two years of instruction in the science! and techniques of Dentistry prior to their clinical experiences, j Anyone may receive informa tion between the hours of 10 am and 1 pm on Tuesdays and Thurs daySjand frcin 2 pai to 4:3Q pm Monday through Friday. Saturday mornings are reserv ed for special treatment and for emergency care. The morning clinical hours will change from time to time depending upon class schedules. However, the Tuesday and Thursday morning schedule will prevail to January. 1953. "Upon arrival in the School of Dentistry, the patient is directed to the information window, where each individual desiring an ex amination is registered," Dean Braver said. "This new school is provided with the most modern clinical facilities for all types of dental service," Dean Braver exlain ed. There are seperate, complete facilities for white and for Negro patients, he added. There is a ten-chair children's clinic, with "Junior" chairs, to be used exclusively for child patients, generally from the age of two to twelve. A nominal charge, reduced from the usual dental practice fees, will be made for the various types of services. Such a reduc tion in fees is consistent with practice in teaching clinics in other Schools of Denistry in va rious parts of the country. The first class of dental stu dents will graduate from the University in June, 1954. Prior to practice, each dentist who desires to practice in this state must complete successfully the examinations of the Board of Examiners of the State of North . Carolina. su atio F You Will Help International Students Learn Football Via Y Upperclassmen will get an opportunity Saturday to help their fellow students from forr eign countries understand the game of football. The YMCA yesterday said it has planned a special intro ductory program and asked interested students to volunteer their services. The Y requested volunteers to leave their names at the Y office today and to morrow. The plan for Saturday morn ing is for the helpers to report to the Y lobby at 9:45 to re ceive name tags. This' will be YDC Asking Students To Join Up The Young , Democrats have launched their fall election drive it was 'announced y ester eday by co-chairman Al House and John Sanders. Already over 150 new members have signed up for the YDC, they said. It is hoped that over 1000 will join by the time of the local rally, the pair said. The first meeting of the YDC will be held next Monday night in Gerrard Hall at 7:30. Every interested student is invited to attend. Membership in the YDC is open to all between the ages of 18 and 40 who are interested in the Democratic Party. Sanders listed the purposes of the YDC as to stimulate in young people an interest in government and the party, to get all of age to register and vote, and to main tain a continuing interest in po litical affairs after the election The YDC is a nation-wide or ganization which was born in North Carolina in 1928. That year O. Max Gardner rallied the young Democrats of the state behind the Democratic presidential nom inee, Al Smith, despite the dis affection of many of the party leaders. VA Has Openings For Engineers The Veterans Adniinistration has immediate vacancies for en gineers in Washington, D. C. and throughout the country, VA said yesterday. No experience is required the VA said, but a college degree in civil, general, mechanical or con struction engineering is essential. Beginning salary is $3,410 a year. Interested applicants may ap ply by mail to the Department Personnel Officer, Veterans Ad ministration, Washington, D. C. (WW rs? 5 V: 4 followed at 10 o'clock by a movie and explanation of the game at Gerrard Hall with Bob Isaacs of the physical educa tion staff in charge. Next, the international students will be introduced by Parsu Amersey, president . of the Cosmopolitan Olub. At 11 o'clock final plans will be made between the North American students and the international students on where to meet before game time. Carolina students serving as guides will not need to come the first hour of the morning meetings, Y officials said. Playmaker Tryouts Set For Friday Tryouts for "Death of a Sales man", the first of five major productions scheduled by the Car olina Playmakers. for the 1952-53 season, will be held in the Play- makers Theater tomorrow at 4 and 7:30 pm. The informal audi tions are open to all. Written by Arthur Miller and first produced early in 1949, "Death of a Salesman" has been honored with the New York Drama Critics Circle Award and the Pulitzer Prize. The play is a tragedy of the little man overcome by his own insignificance. It requires a cast of eight men and five women. For those interested in reading the script in advance, copies will be available in the reserve read ing room of the Library. Thomas Patterson, assistant di rector for the Playmakers will stage the play. It will be pre sented five evenings opening Oc tober 22 and running through October 26. John Parker Leaves For German Tour John A. Parker, head of the Department of City and Regional Planning, left yesterday for a month's study tour of German cities as a guest of the German Federal Republic. Prof. Parker is one of 14 Amer icans in the field of local adminis tration, planning and reconstruc tion invited by the German gov ernment. Parker is a member of the Board of Governors of the Ame rican Institute of Planners, Sec retary-Treasurer of the South eastern chapter of the American Institute of Planners, and a mem ber of the Board of Directors of the Regional Development Coun cil of America. Wires To Nixon Cause Hustle WASHINGTON One of the greatest telegraphic jams in his tory was set off by Sen. Nixon's speech Tuesday night. Western union still had not recovered yesterday from the flood of mes sages from all parts of the coun try and abroad. So great was the deluge that all W. U. functions such as bookkeeping were sus pended so that all personel could be assigned to handling the tele grams. immSTy Glenn Harden s DTH Editorial Brings Inquiry Group Suggests Handing Violators To Men's Court UNC social fraternities will enter into rushing activities this year with the benefit of a studied definition of the word hazing". A Chancellor's Committee on Hazing at The University of North Carolina has devoted weeks of labor and an eighty eight page report to the clarifi cation of this much-discussed issue. Instances of unusual initia tion practices were investigated and recommendations were made regarding the handling of such cases in the future. The investigation arose out of charges made last March by for mer Daily Tar Heel Editor Glenn Harden that "actual physical torture" had occurred in fra ternity "Hell Weeks" and cases which warranted prosecution under state law had consistently gone unpunished. The committee recommended principally a rearrangement of the procedure followed when hazing occurs. It suggested, "When a case of fraternity haz ing is reported (usually through the Dean of Students Office) to the Interfraternity Council Court, at the same time the incident should be reported to the. Men's Honor Council." The committee further ques tioned the effectiveness of the punishment for a first offense by a fraternity. The Interfraternity Court is presently authorized to fine a member organization $100 for the first violation. The committee pointed out that social organizations other than fraternities are not regulated by a student agency comparable to the IFC. It was suggested that the student government give consi deration to the need for initiat ing some form of adequate re gulation for the corporate con duct of such organizations. A chief recommendation of the Chancellor's Committee was the inauguration of a program of "ed ucation" for the student body for the purpose of setting forth a "realistic understanding of the principles and agencies of student government and the vital role the individual student plays in main taining them." During the course of the in quiry into hazing during the year 1951-52 it became evident that cases of "actual physical torture" were virtually absent during that period, having consistently de creased in number over the past few years. No teachers reported know ledge of hazing during 1951-52, but some spoke of cases which oc curred in previous years. These cases came to the attention of in structors when students missed classes and gave elaborate de scriptions of "rides" which they had been forced to take the night before. TV For Internes Internes of the new North Carolina Memorial Hospital may view operations over a private TV system. The four-foot wide flood lights to illuminate the hospi tal's operating tables have been equipped with facilities for a television camera. The internes would watch from a private theater room. Dr. Robert R. Cadmus, di rector of the hospital, said the television may be installed hi the near future. to the game from Washington.

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