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Tough New Code
Adopted For Rush
A revamped sorority rushing code, meting out stiff punish
ment for violators, was released yesterday.
TSe stringent new rules are
lauught. tha fa n for sarty V
he Pan-Bel Court
rusiK. kr ana: by the coot.
AjuchCT snrty, snejiuw il of av
oid not appear before the court
T'-t oC verbal or writtea
danof formal rush will
aMtomabcaUr bedocaad Bw pled
(ea D m In I or atiitlea tarirtiin
is ilimnaiil after mah waek is
the guilty smuiUy will be
of social prrrilegea lor
fall and winter quarters.
Interpreting this role. Psa-Hal
Pieakleut Peggy Jean Good aatd
j 1 1i i lie. Thai shall
tha surmity can do no entartais-
inc nor accept social invitations
from a fraternity as i
The aew rules adopted by the
-n Wutmedey afternoon call
Cor a workshop for both old and
new aorortty officers to be held m
the spring to atacuee i ashing rules.
The code also requires that the
period between the tan
nrts arrive at school and the
begjasing of rush shall be
by each chapter to "indoctrinate
its saembers tn constructive and
Under the ruling new coeds will
be given a talk about rushing
rules before formal rush
They win also be given
taformatioa before rush
Vnetbical rushing as well as the
Pan-Hellenic rush rules as given
a the handbook.
The Pan-111 Council also stated
all eases of illegal rusfauuj dur
ing formal rush must be brought
up within two anas of the dose
rive undergraduates have been
awarded scholarships by the
Order of the GrsO. Chairman Al
House announced yesterdsy.
Receivers of the -iSO scholar
ships are William Richard Rhyne.
Morganton: Max H. Bocle Albe
marle; James C. Bsbb. Charlotte.
Gene Cook. FayettevUle; and
James S. Caocs. Rocky Mount.
day by the Pa-Bei)eBae CnurB
TVo phis, ilwi. c-b-ned witi.
, fa, the lobby as fa T.
rnai k U assaaaaapT. As
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a result of several charges
r tw dut Taa a
WncSTON-SALXM. Nov. (
unes A. Cray WA an estate
valued at e.71ja M to his wife
and six childrea. according to a
will filed for probate yesterday.
In the will, evanrtad I:iii)ei
XU lata. Cray, long-tune Uni
versity of North Carolina trustee
and benefactor, explained why
was leavouj none of his es
tate to charity or other benevo-
lifetime I have
sions to religious.
value (at the time of the will's
execution) of any estate avail
able for the use and benefit of
my wife and children. In view
of these earlier gits. I make no
provision fat this will for such
Crsy. O, died Oct. 19. He w
chairman of the board of R.
Reynolds Tobacco Co.
! Will Display
The HiUel roundation here Is
sponsoring a book exhibit at the
Library in honor of Jewish Book
The materials on display (first
floor, right wing) offer a .fairly
comprehensive review of various
types of Judaica. ranging from
"a beautiful reproduction of a 13th
century Uluminatcd manuscript to
One group shows prayer books,
while another is devoted to the
Hsggadah (story text used at
ritual dinner on first evening of
Several books reveal the tra
ditional manner of presenting text
and commentaries. Thus, the test
is centered- on the page, while
the eommenunss surround It.
left, right, and below This type
of page format is customary ia
virtually all manuscripts and
books where textual commenta-
educational, lisu llslila and other
benevolent ceiiaf in
totsllmg a sum in excess
Y ORiS. Not. aA nry
surpnMd aadi nJlnnt Cabao
kia l"iwijf Mftnnn Cirail
up at tw rMtn Met Bm
AjMrord;n4 k itarv. a
wm tMuri by 19 .vbummm
daring Wai krfnjp ak
aad aH ut ts Qucato a
a U&Ar4 Airiiiats fimat.
Iter vtU on
amilabtc Ta partmtar
The kidnaped trash mis
first istrw ta &
where his abductors piund asi
head with, gauae Wearing anly
a sl'.t tor ka era After taping
as hands and putt3 a over
coat over aim, they drove thear
tkui to LaGuardja Field.
The abductors got their fresh
man an the. plane by trUiag
the steward that he eras going
to Oucaeo to see a specalut
far ha severely burned hands
and tare. After the takeoff the
frosh made a big stir for a
"severely burned- young man.
TSe stewardess extricated htm
tram the gause as he shouted.
"Stop the airphuw-. The sur
prised stewardess replied. I
caat budge thai airplane.'
After the plane landed m
Chicago, the police telephoned
Cohunbta and w
that a return trip would
elect Dwight D.
read yesterday to meet with
President Truman at the White
House the weak of Nov. IT. fain
bower took time out from a post-
rolf -and rest vacatioa
here to reply to an invitation be
during the night from
Truman. The president utmiussd
the meeting ta Washington "to
facilitate the orderly transfer of
the executive branch of the gov
ernment to a new administra-
dent elect Dw,aht D. Eisenhower )ldcvd n o ciock Saturdsy
procably could count T- morning and tropb. for wln
on a friendry Corufrass to under- lnin Su twva
write tne oomssuc aw Bnin
policy changes mandated by
volcanic eruption of votes thst
gsve him the presidency. It was
not so much thst the Republicans
had gamed practical control of
both bouses as a result of the gen
eral's landslide victory.
SEOUL The Eighth Army yes
terday called off costly South Ko
rean attempts to recapture Tri
angle Hill and Gen. James A. Van
fleet flew to the scene to deter
mine whether anything could
be salvaged from the Allied set
back there. Te the west, Chinese
Rath, bloarinc hams and howling
"UU! kill I" snatched Jackson
Heights from Allied troops, but
abandoned it a few boors later.
WASHINGTON Dwight D-
Eisanhower's "house-cleaning" In
Washington will sweep some 1.000
Oemocrata out of top-bracket fed
eral lobs. But government person
nel experts said yesterday the
average "littls fellow" on the
payroll need not worry about los
ing his Job when the new admin
istration lakes office next Jan. 2a
dent Truman indicated yesterday
that ha will not make any mora
major decisions as the nation's
chief executive, unless they are
sbsolutsly necessary. If world
events should force a major pres
idential decision before Jan. JO,
Indications are that Truman will
not act without approval of frasl-
deut-elect Dwight D.
Is Dustd OH
Concert Te &g m
Slated For 4:30
WrHiDo-Ke At 9
eavTf I-aasW S9mp9
in the workf and
a cooccrt. pep raiiy
and the result saouU
of Cajoanaa aaaat aaia woea-
jcnds ta vvars.
I It will be Chorus Suvek on the
thoni fromiOa awcl a a'rfac
; ths aflemooa at aanorai HalL
ImmedissrJy Inline nig wtu he a
Beet Virgin, pep ra3y ka the
j Approxanatsty Mat are expect
ed at tarughrs I dance, to
be held frosa t eVkvk to 1 m
WooUro Gj sir; asaaii AU coeds
; have been sJaalsil S o'clock par-
on rray asght with iwg-
n ka unset. i I Sat
j urday night.
over allies years probably due
to the fact mat aa slso Hosas-
raatured at the orchestra will
be EDara Rogers, lovely
styust. Joe Tucker, baritone,
Buddy Tanaon, the
from New Jersey Sptvak and
(us laihssus have been a regular
(all attracuoa at the Statasr Hoasl
m New Yark. Ule music is af
, the style was
The traditional Germans figure.
which will take place at 11 o -
dock, will be led by German cam-
' mittee insuilmi and their dates.
.Campus aeussfnothars will serve
as chapsiuuca tor the affair.
Kickoff tor the Homecoming
game tomorrow will be at t
will be tiuwned at half-i
Hoawcoaung dec orations will
, haara the rama ttm W H
( Branch. Ray Jefferias and Claude
Tsmatioa adnsr Tom Alexand-
er said yestsrday Tarnation will
be published at the end of next
waek instead of this
Back In Town
ur. i). ss. Oststngar has re
turned to Chase! Hill to resume
pr'vete practise af dentistry at
his former kiestioa In the Strowd
Building ever Button's Drug,
For the peat two years. Dr.
Getsingar has been with the U.
a. Air Force att
Air Force Bass In Illinois. Dr.
Oetslngar teak kla nre-dental
at Maes Hill Coiiaaa and
Wake roreet College. He was
graduated frass the Medical Col
lege of VlrgkUa School of Den
tistry in I Ml with the degree of
Doctor of Dsatal Surgery. He
served one year , the teaching
staff of the httgyal Collage of
Virginia ia the department of
Oral Surgery, h, ipse ha began
iff actios of Usual dentistry in
Chapel HiU Sad remained here
for two yessj. I,, January. ll
ha entered Uss U. 8. Air force.
and linos flat tinu
stationed at ftcott Air Farce
Bchonrfc. Garsasa Ctus u mil ir.
-Sptvak has ast aai sllaiit reputa
bsst sr coaaga dances and has
concert pisaiaea sa be higluy
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" Ovva sreaa
Rocky Unn.t. aruh Oeavan Tavler.
Jksi arheaya. qwnwas Delta
W. Va with Ales McMtilaa. Ctua
DurS saa. Phi Thesa.
w wwflfna, i". jupaa mm wav mbct awa, i aai ansa, a na asaaji leeeasi
m Chu larlha Dvwder. tSaeOaasaefc wish aU VaSas, t a i seal i i r -jT. - -Wlailnalalaai.
with Jaha RaVsrtdaw. Wtaas.a aieaa, PaSa Vsaaa rTtwarSkZi
Oahlahase. wtih Jaek mesa.
reraa it, caaiwea. avapva a
alias, llaaas Alpha Eaalleav saw
sl jaaiwaay nak
Need A Cood Head
Pogos Walt Kelly Gets
Tulane's Newest Honor
sswial S Tea rMav Tse Sfaaa,
NRW ORUCAN8. Nov. a
Walt Kalry. Pogo-S daddy, re
cently was honored by the Tu
lana Fogo Club with an 1XD
Doctor of Ughthaartsd Latkenv
Kelly appeared here on his
nauoBWide tour of colters eera
pusea advocaung "Fogo for
"One thing in Pogo's favor la
that he has more hair than the
other candidates. Since there
are so many hairs to split in
Washington these days, we
a man with a good
him." Kelly said In
According to Kally, Fogo is
even more qualified than most
candidates for office. Although
Pago wasn't born as a log
cabin like most White House
residents, he can go one better
"be was born in a log."
Aa to Pogo's stand en the
Swampland oil question, Kelly
ssid that the "big debate Is
whether or not the swsmp Is
really part of the United B teles
If the government tries to later
fars too much, the Swamp will
Kally and Pogo never "mess
-'.- v iHw, --r v
M sa t auea. They aea, sap
CsaUwa. hiatus aai Jaaa gikiiiniitt -.ii, w.
tan I aima
Third seen Mas ess at Jvawaewn, ftii
Clalisili si a. Pat Oaase tlalsai Jaywe
! i. lane l I jsraiaaillle. rss. woe, Teea ft-fa.
Bars Rose, Caapal rtui. vuk Ewwsaw BV. Oaeas, --
around" with the FXPC kniin i
"it It deal spall nirlklael It
dont mesa swelling, and we're
not toe goad at spatlm' any
way." Fogo doesn't "Sim amiss"
with civil Uberues m lus cam
paign either. "What are abject
to Is peeps taking annrvU li
berties with us and with ether
smote, As tee our tusaiga re
latione Poco ess anna He's 100
Cosmos Witt Discuss
Politics At GM Sunday
A panel dlecuesion on Unpree-
akms of the political rampalga
will be moderalad by a meaibsr of
the Puliucal Scienea Department.
A apssial guest will be Mrs
Harold Walters of the Laeaue of
club taking part will be
anuaUvas tram England,
ilan. Ind's, Graay ead rialaad
sow. saa t
tm bss. I
res htieaa. rss. Sruk Pas
n I inns vWah
Aewaaa, fa as awes. vh
A eaeat dunes lea. "Wat la
The Patth af Mesmrsi Manr- sin
be held tssuaat at a'akKk ka
the nuia fciaaea af
Unioa Aotivitlae Board, will be
e Dr. K Mavasua
Dr. Arnold Nsab. Dr
Joseph enreisy and Dr. WUlUua
Poteat, en sirs tor
The pattara el the turaaa will he
ststiimaat af each paael Bsant-
bar-s imlalca am law aahleat. s4
lowad by a brief rebaUal. ad
concluded by a Sjiiaillsa and
snswse ssasius) between the
Issaaa aad the psaei. A rw
replies! will be given after the
Coed Has l-olio
ese. at i ca.
Cad rulaelia. aead Isaea
Tiwy. M. C wee atrlirhan wtsh
Bas lass Wsdaai geg -''it.
Baa la sa Ska Osnvessaty Mae
pttat, sis las has siaslitan was
dmsrttiid east Baas as "eaSss.
aaeseey.- SCna Cs sliiaaiaa aha
sassb ease at pasta eaj the aaea-
hat) eaertas. She h) a Slinlai it a
eastves fnil I