Cool with scattered
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Yesterday's high, SO; low,
Palinurus gets a lettet
from a reader and a fen
corrections. See p. 2.
VOLUME LXII NUMBER 26
CHAPEL HILL, N. C.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1953
FOUR FAGES TODAY
Venable Dedication Is
Scheduled For Saturday
Completion of the $1,700,000 ad
dition to Venable Hall, which is
to be formally dedicated this Sat
urday, gives the University the
largest, best equipped and most
modern college chemistry build
ing in the Southeast and one of
tion and an informal reception
will be held.
A full schedule has been ar
ranged for Saturday. A symposium
on the chemistry of metal complex
compounds will be held that morn-
ling with Dr. Henry Taube, Uni-
the best in the country.
The addition, which more than
doubles the size and facilities of
the old portion of Venable Hall,
is 195 by 220 feet and contains
1,253,000 cubic feet The old sec
tion, finished in 1925, is 195 by
The cost includes $400,000 for
equipment. The General Assem
blies of 1949 and 1951 appropriat
ed the funds.
The dedication program, which
is expected to draw a large num
ber of chemistry alumni, gets un
derway Friday night when the
building will be open for ins pec-
R. B. House Jr.
Dies In Hospital
Here; Was 33
Robert Burton House Jr., son of
Chancellor and Mrs. R. B. House,
died last night at Memorial Hos
pital here. He was 33.
Mr. House entered the hospital
Aug. 31 and was there until the
middle of September. He returned
versity of Chicago, and Dr. F. P.
Dwyer, University of Sydney, Aus
tralia, 'as speakers. A luncheon for
alumni of the Department will fol
low at 12:30 in the Morehead
A brief dedicatory ceremony
will be held in the auditorium of
the new section at 2:15.
The afternoon program will also
include a symposium on polymer
chemistry with Dr. C. S. Marvel,
University of Tllinios, and Dr. W.
EL Hanford, vice-president, M. W.
Kellogg Company, New York, as
A banquet will be held in the
Carolina . Inn at 7 o'clock after
which Dean Joel H. Hildebrand,
University of California will speak
in Venable Hall
The enlarged building will en
able the University to provide bet
ter instruction not only for chemis
try majors, but for pre-medical,
fpre-dental, nursing and pharmacy
students, and will greatly increase
research facilities for both gradu
ates and undergraduates.
The main entrance of Venable
Hall has been changed now that
addition is completed. Formerly
on the East side of the building
facing the Library, it now faces
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cap some day and you're going to help mel" Cmdr. F. L. Edwards,
Executive Officer of the NROTC unit here, as the Captain and Do
nald Treat as Roberts reach a critical moment in the Carolina Play
makers' production of "Mr. Roberts". This popular comedy about
Navy life will be given in the Playmakers Theater tomorrow at 8:30.
'Mr. Roberts' Makes History
Playmakers Extend Run
For the first time in the history ed yesterday.
of the organization, the Carolina
t Playmakers are adding two addi
jtional performances to a scheduled
Eighteen University Trustees
take a look-see into Carolina stu
dent life tomorrow.
They are taking part in a pro
gram of Consolidated University
orientation, which will find them
in Greensboro at the Woman's
College today, Chapel Hill tomor
row, and State College in Raleigh
The visitors here will get
a picture of student government
and activity on the three campuses
from members of the faculty and
This morning at 10:30 in Greens
boro, the Trustees will hear ad
dresses from Consolidated Uni
versity President Gordon Gray and
Woman's College Chancellor E. K.
Tentative plans for tomorrow
call for a meeting with UNC stu
dent leaders at 3:35 p.m. in the
Library auditorium. Student Body
President Bob Gorham will lead
off an informal discussion of stu
dent life in Chapel Hill. Over 30
Carolina students, representatives
Di, Phi Joint Debate Is
UN Week's First Event
Debate Topic Is Bill Calling For Admission
Of Red China Into Ranks Of United Nations
The Philanthropic Assembly and the Dialectic Senate will meet in
joint session tonight at 8 o'clock in Di Hall, third floor New West
to open United Nations Week.
The topic for debate is "A bill calling for the admission of Com
munist China into the United Na-
ftions." The Phi and Di Societies
are cooperating with the national
observance of UN Week, which
continues through Saturday
The debate will be rebroadcast
over the University radio statioa
WUNC at 8 p. m. Wednesday.
This is the first time that either
society has broadcast a debate.
Senator James Turner of Winston-Salem
will, introduce a bill
calling for the replacement of Na
tionalist China by Communist
China in all United Nations func
tions. The admission would be con
tingent upon the successful com
pletion of the Korean peace con
ference, according to the bill.
Opponents of the bill say that
Communist China is an agressor
to the UN and should not be allow
ed to sit in the council on na
tions. Proponents say that the
This week has been designated
United Nations Week on the Caro
Besides the joint Di-Phi debate
tonight the week's activities in
clude a sorority joint meeting, an
information campaign, an inter
national dinner and dance, a pag
eant and a flag - raising ceremony.
Sororities will hold their week
Iyly chapter meetings jointly in
Carroll Hall tomorrow in order to
The production opens Wednes-j
hear Dean Henry Brandis speak
f .....j Inn the TTV and tr pa films nn 1UJ
.xuiu uiwi.jluww wadiuzduona,,.-. ? Communist government is the true
have been invited to be present me subjecL political force in China and should
at that meeting. j Susan Fink will direct a UN represent that country in the UN.
The Trustees will . also get a ! information' booth Thursday j They also maintain that the Com
chance to see the Hospital and I fnroua Saturday from 9 o'clock munist government holds the reigns
Infirmarv, the chemistrv buildin ! to noon in Y Court- Pamphiets-j in China, and not Chiang-Kai-
day night All performances begin Venable Hall, and the University ' and otiier printed materials will i Shek and his Formosan regime.
I be distributed tnere in order to i The admission of Mao-Tse
October 8 and became seriously I , a X -o , ,1 a plav in order to take
fll within the last few days. He!ids BgS care of advance reservations.
juiuuuuj uytu. ixncut. .mis en
trance opens onto the second floor
j of the addition where departmen
tal offices, a conference room.
died at 8:15 last night.
Funeral arrangements are not
Besides his parents he is sur-
Thomas Heggen and Joshua Lo
gan's popular comedy, "llister
Roberts" will play through Tues-
vived by a sister, Mrs. W. S. Ste-; "cuiiy omces ana, day, uctooer 27, instead of through
lduurat-unes, classrooms and stu- j Sunday, Oct. 25 as originally plann-
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Mr. House graduated with a de
gree in chemistry from the Uni
versity in 1941. He was a member
of the chemical fraternity here and
Phi Delta Theta social fraternity.
Following research work with the
National Defense Research Coun
cil, Mr. House was commissioned
in the Navy and served in the
Pacific on combat duty.
After the war he studied law and
Press. They will view the locally
thA ctnrv rvf fha TTni.SPO
Parker said that the holdover i nrnrhir film '-in rno Vamo rf f anxuiarize students with the UN
was made necessary because of an Freedom,"
almost complete sell-out two days versitv.
after tickets went on sale to the
general public last waek. Saturday
morning only a few of the limited
They will attend a meeting with
Carolina deans in the faculty
lounge of the Morehead Planeiar-
By Jerry Reece
"No, I don't think it was a riot.
received the LL.B. degree at Yale,1 11 officers to the pep rally
dent research laboratories are lo-'ed. John W. Parker, business man.
cated. lager for the Playmakers anuoune-
School Spirit Not Riot, Says
Chief Of Friday Night Rallying
in 1949. He practiced in Washing
ton and had done legal work with
tfee State Department.
Rings On Sale
to control traffic and not to break
So spoke Chief W. T. Sloan of
the Chapel Hill Police Dept. yes
terday. He was referring to the
Carolina-Maryland pep rally which
ended up on Franklin St. late Fri
Several s'cate papers referred to.ing 90 m.p.h.
the rally as a "riot", but Chief
, . , .. , , hum tomorrow morning, and a fac-
Playmakers productions demamed. ,. . , . . , .
' ,f . . ,. ulty dinner at 7:lo tomarrow mght
JL UUlilU J ilii
Patterson, director I
of "Mister Roberts," said he was !
"delighted with the holdover."
Tickets for the Monday and
Tuesday performances are now a
vaiiable at the Playmakers Busi
ness Office in Swain Hall, and at
Ledbetter - Pickard in downtown
Chapel Hill. Thirty-five standing
charged with illegal possession of room tickets will be on sale at the
fireworks and the other two were
charged with disorderly conduct.
Five- Carolina students were
booked on Saturday. John Howard
was charged with disorderly con
duct. Bob Kindig and Allen Jones
were charged with public drunke
ness. R. C. Heymann was charged
with driving drunk and T. C.
Steele, Jr., was charged with speed-
The pep rally was planned for
Playmakers Theatre box office
Other productions scheduled in
clude "On Borrowed Time," which
will go on tour after playing in
Chapel Hill, and "Kiss Me Kate."
Tung's government into the United
or an international dinner I Nations would give that govern-
in Lenoir Hall, to be followed by 1 ment full recognition as the real
a dance in the Pine Room. These sovereign political power of China,
activities will be held in coopera- Without world recognition it re
tion with the Cosmopolitan Club, j mains technically a second-rate
The highlight of the week's pro- power, proponents contend.
gram will be a pageant written j Visitors are invited to participate
by John Clayton and directed by . in the debate.
Mrs.- Efraim Rosensweig to be pre
sented in Hill Hall at 8 o'clock
This Is It
Foreign Student Party
Will Be Held Tomorrow
The Student-Faculty committee
Ray Wilson, Executive Secre
tary of the Friends' Committee on toward a true peace with freedom 0'ciock this afternoon
national legislation, win speaK anj justice for all."
concerning present legislative I
problems in Congress at a Metho-!
dist Church luncheon at 1 o'clock
today. The price of the luncheon is
President Eisenhower has pro
claimed Saturday United Nations ! varfc managers issued a final
Day. In making the proclamation ; reminder yesterday to all students
Eisenhower said, "The expression who haven't yet had their pictures
of our faith in and support of the taken for this year's edition, that
United Nations will encourage j today is "absolutely" the deadline
and bring hope to the peoples of : for them to do so.
other nations who are aso worsing I ctr-jcrcrierc cHii hav
Carolina senior class rings will that it was 1u5t 5ehooi -nirit anrt ! Carolina students Friday night. It
be M in the Y Iobbv this Thurs V Z t TT 5 was to start at the Y Court, wind
ne soid in tne i loDy tnii injrs-,lt should be expected and appre-' An , . , , ' , I
dav afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock ' n;A au cu.k cuu uH
according to Chairman Walt Gur
ley of the senior ring committee.
Featured this year is a ring with
students were booked
on Intra-Mural field with a bon
Wilson has been a lobbyist in
Washington and opposed the Uni-
of the Student Union Activities i versal -'IilitaiT Training bin which
congress deieated m vaoz. He nas
been a member of the Friends'
i Committee since it was founded
Memorial J ' a a 31 P"eseni neaas
Tho yanr, tt,,4 k a six member staff of full time
servance of United Nations Week, ;! w'orkers on
.m , 4. 1 of Congress
of Romance Laugua ges.
director of the Inter-American
ooard will give a reception for
foreign students tomorrow at 4:30
the main lounge
Third Night Of
o'clock tonight to get "snapped."
Required as attire for boys are
coats and ties. Girls, except for
Seniors, are to wear white blouses.
I The senior girls are to be draped.
Dancing Classes Held In
GAA Tuesday Afternoons
Fraternity rusning continued
last night, with hundreds of un-
attarhed mpn students cirralah'ns ! Miss Margaret Taylor will hold
1 among the campus' 25 social fra-, dancing classes Tuesday afternoons
iternities. jfrom 4 to 5:30 p.m. in the Rendez-
ivous Room of Graham Memorial
. , . . t , . , for students interested m learnin,
and administrative ! cents, Ray Jeffenes, yesterday es-l
by the Chapel Hill Police Dept.)
over the weekend for a variety of i By the time tbe raI1y reached
the new Carolina blue stone. Or- charges. Five of the students were ; tne bonfire stage it had acquired
i i -Ti t ii. P i r 1 j x 1 n t r ! Crtmo T n TT'l irt r? cturlonfc c r trrinn
aers piacea now win De iuiea De-,irom .-uarjiana me omer iu werej--"- '"" "uuwij' of Romance Lauguases. f"""tao siu lc uxxia. ui iuju-cj air gAB is sponsoring the weekly
tore Christmas. Caroimamen. ie U-u uic director q thfi lDter.erican The committee conducts a re- iaea i j c!assgs and instructions ranglng
Gnrley wiU take orders for rings ' Three Carolina men were booked, majority of ihe crowd (Maryland Instltutej and WiUiam Russeii, ad- search program to provide facts lfore than 1-100' an :ncrea3e of "a" (from the South .merican tango to
twice a month alter Thursday for Friday. Gaither Walser was charged! and UNC) began to work its way..isor Qf tfae Cosmopolitaa Ciu5 j about legislative problems. It keeps bout a hundred' over last -vear's 1 American waltzes and jitterbug
the rest of the collegiate vear. i with a traffic lane violation. James, back up town sun cneeenn,. students interested in meeting churches and Friends' Meetings in- ilimtatlon st. i m fce ye
Juniors will be permitted to pur-; " rmiLronS oan n. neicon uen uie remnant me raiij . the foreign students and Khe fac- i lormed on pertinent legislation' Rushing continues tonight with j Anvone interested in assisting
1 fi -,t i
vxiase rings alter uansLDias.
Tne Order of the Grail is the of
ficial agent for class rings.
were charged with discharging reached Franklin street they dis- cTt
ulty of the Romance Language I and keeps congressmen informed
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iireworss. i coverea mat me doqv oi tne xuary- i n,Qr,- ;n,-, ' j -.-....j e
Seven Maryland students were land supporters complete with band the reception i church
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uuuiitu ull OdLUiUci, live weiK iiiu ucgaii iu amvc uy uua. .
a new time schedule, 7 p. m. to Miss Taylor is urged to come.
9:30 p. m. It will end on Thursday j There is a definite need for to
night, men instructors.
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Cornell Wnght Photos
FRANKLIN STREET PEP RALLY BEGINS WITH holding the Stars and! the crowd looked like to the team as it left the movie house. Next, Maryland; sound truck in center of crowd.) The whole thing ends (extreme right) long after
Bars (extreme left) over the heads of UNC's football team as it comes out o arrives on the scene (third from left) and the two schools try to out yell each j midnight at the Chapel Hill police station where a few of the over-enthusiaetk
the Carolina Theater Friday night. The second picture from left shows what other as hundreds fill the entire main block of Franklin St. (Note Maryland's ( rooters get booked for disorderly conduct.