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VOLUME LXII NUMBER 47
Complete TP Pioto and Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, N. C.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14,-1953
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Airmen To Play38 Big Men
Irish Arrive For Game
By Charles Kuralt
Thirty-Eight Big Men came ; to
The Yackety Yack beauty queen North Carolina yesterday. 1
They came in a four-engined
Capital airlines plane which
8 1 dropped out of the west and
I touched ground at Raleigh-Dur
ham airport at 4:45 p.m. - f
When the plane taxied to a stop
in front of the terminal, 38 of the
will be announced and crowned
during intermission of the Grail
Dance in Wollen Gym from
The Glenn Miller Air Force Band
will furnish music for the dance.
The' band was formed to asume
the functions of the World War! world's most publicized people, he
AIRMEN TRUMPETEERS PLAY LONG AND LOW
Roger Middleton (left) and John Bova To Play At Dance Tonight
Pep Rally Goes Off With Bang
As Students Boost Tar Heels
' By Tom Lambeth
Carolina's most disorganized and probably the best pep rally of the
year went off with a literal bang last night as firecrackers, a jet plane,
and"35(f"enthuiastic"sludents swarmed across the campus."
The rally disorganization was planned to give it an air of spontaneity
and the plan came off close to
On Sale Today
II unit led by the late Glenn Miller.
It specializes in jazz and popular
The- Yack beauty queen was
selected from the 13 beauties cho
sen in the contest Thursday night,
but her identity is being kept sec
ret until tonight. She will be pre
sented with her entire court.
Delta Upsilan Fraternity and Ay
cock Dormitory won the "Opera
tion Christmas" ticket sale contest.
Each of them will be presented
with a folding table and floor lamp.
Phi Gamma Delta, SAE, and DU
each had 100 percent sales in the
contest. Ray Jefferies, assistant to
the dean of students drew the
ticket from a hat to determine the
Proceeds from the dance will
go to the "Operation Christmas"
fund, sponsored by Pope Base, to
provide Christmas gifts for 4,
300 orphans in 32 institutions in
The Air Force Band is made up
of 18 professional musicians from
leading dance bands. It includes'
representatives from the bands of
Tommy Dorsey, Harry James, Tex
Beneke. and Ralph ,Flanagan
Train tickets for the iron horse j
trip to Charlottesville for the :
Carolina-Virginia tilt will be on j
sale this morning from 9 to 11 j
o'clock and Monday from 9 until
The 7-hour trip each way will
cost S9.55 round trip. However,
At the 7:15 ringing of the Bell
Tower, the rally "call to colors,"
students came running from the
' dorms on the east side of the
' Tl, C,',.,.f fmn miniitac nf
confusion, increased by intermit
tent firecrackers, was soon forgot
ten as girl cheerleaders started
directing cheerers toward Woollen
Gym where a portion of the UNC
band was holding forth.
"Make it a pep rally!" .the pa
raders' leaders cried as the small
group began to grow.
The entourage did just that as
it headed toward the Y court. The
it is necessary for 250 persons to j beginning group of 20 or so multi
sign for the trip. j Diied several times before it was
Student government officials will
confer with Chancellor House Mon
day concerning possible cuts for
those in the Virginia Caravan.
The train will leave Charlottes
ville at 10 o'clock Sunday morning.
Should the minium number of
tickets not be sold, money al
v ready paid will be refunded.
Jail Management Meet
Slated Here Next Week
on the steps of South Building for
the first organized cheering.
Then it was to the left toward
the Carolina Inn, a brisk turn, an
other, and down Franklin St. to
the Post Office. Here the rally's
biggest moment came, as a scream
ing jet plane, blazing a lighted
trail across the heavens, suddenly
drowned out the cheerers. No one.
seemed to know whether the oc-
curence was planned, but fr
couldn't have come at a better ;
moment or on a more appropriate
Tonight's joint Grail-Jaycee
dance will be informal with coats
and ties required for male students,
the University Dance Committee
No smoking or refreshments
will be allowed on the dance floor
at Woollen Gymnasium, and dis
playing signs of drinking or other
misconduct will be dealt with ac
Anyone bring intoxicating bev
verages to the dance floor will be
Notre Dame football team, stepped
out to be stared at by the Tar Heel
There were a couple of hundred
airport starers and a dozen orj so
reporters. When the Big aen
streamed out of the airplane, 6ne
reporter turned to another and
asked, "Which one's Lattner?" His
answer "There he is!" was
chirped by a little boy nearby. .
Coach Frank Leahy, wearing a
topcoat and smiling, was the last
man out of the plane. His strong
features looked drawn from his
recent illness. '
Leahy was met at the bottom of
the ramp by Chancellor Robert B.
House, flanked by Carolina cheer
leaders Ann Hartzog and Eleanor
" 'Lo Coach," the Chancellor
said". "It's nice to have you here
"Nice to be back, sir," the Coach
Leahy spotted an old friend,
University Controller William Car
michael, and stuck out his hand.
"So good to see you, Bill," he said.
Ralph Guglielmi stood nearby, a
red feather in the band of his hat.
One of the Big Men asked an
other how far it was from the air
port to Chapel Hill. "Pretty far,
I think," 1 came the answer.
"Through the fields."
Student . president Bob Gorham
came up with cheerleader Frank
Ramos and South Building's Roy
Holsten to greet Leahy, then the
coach was drawn away by re
porters. The team walked to a waiting
bus, one of their number carrying
a miniature camera, another toss
ing a new football in the air.
An airport attendant stopped
sweeping off the ramp to lean over
and listen 'to Frank Leahy tali
to . the newspapermen:
By Vardy Buckalew
Carolina's Tar Heels have the
dubious honor of playing host to
the nation's number one team this
afternoon when the fighting Irish
of Notre Dame take the field at
2 p.m. in a game expected to be
witnessed by 40,000 spectators.
Today's game, fifth in the series
batween these two intersectional
By Joyce- Adams
Daily Tar Heel Staff Writer
NEW YORK, Nov. 13 Andrei
Vishinsky launched into his famous
speech-making antics in a United
Nations committee hearing today,
I.- i. r- i
rrans wranam, original
for an important
p;n'i in i!,
Claim To Fame
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 13
(JP) Lou Hiner, who is stepping
out of his role as a Washington
political writer to cover the
Notre Dame-North Carolina foot
ball game Saturday, put this
'racker" on his advance story in
the Indianapolis News today:
"As Omar Cliche, the old poet,
might have written:
"For when the one great
'To write against your name,
"He writes not whether you
won or lost,
"But how well you played
Notre Dame Carolina
Matz . LE. Frye
Varrichionne LT.. Yarborough
Lemek LG Patterson
Schrader C ; Roman
Mavraides RG Carpenter
Hunter Rr McCreedy
Penza RE Lane
Guglielmi QB Newman
Heap LH Parker
Lattner RH Gravitte
Worden F3 Lackey
Cole Concert This Afternoon
In Village; Car Will Be Raffled
Bob Cole and his band
featured after the Notre Dame
game Saturday afternoon at 5
o'clock in the Victory Village Rec
Tickets for the performance at
which a new Ford will be given
away are on sale here" tonight and
at the main gate of Kenan Sta
dium tomorrow afternoon.
The program which will include
the committee's dis- 9t,eaiuI1!' y me victory village
Nursery School rhythm band "is
sponsored by the student wives of
the YWCA for the benefit of the
will be awarded a prize at the concert.
Following the concert will be an
open house at the Village Com
munity and. Day Care Center.
'If Magazine' Sponsoring
Science Fiction Contest
Are Theta Chi,
A thrpp-dav murse in iail man-I day: "Breaking the Sound Barrief
agement conducted by the Institute
of Government in cooperation with
the State Board of Public Welfare,
will open here Tuesday.
County and city jailers, jail ma
trons, sheriffs, and chiefs of police,
as well as other officers who have
responsibilities in connection with
jail operation, will attend.
Program Of World Music
For Cosmopolitan Meeting
The cosomopolitan Club will pre
sent a program of world-wide
music tomorrow at 4 in the Ron
devous Room of Graham Memorial
John F. Park, a memeber of the
Music Department will be the
guest soloist. He will sing several
songs of different national origins
and will be aided in the program
by Peter Yarnell, violinist, Henry
Miller, pianist, and Mike Lake and
Mike Fuvahata, both soloists.
Refreshments, musical games,
and an informal dance will follow
the program. Nurses, French and
Spanish Club members will be
guests of the club. ..
Campus organizations came to
the aid of the Red Cross as 633
students gave blood in the annual
Red Cross Drive, held here re-
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forth at one of the ' """f '
year went on the doner line, and
All proceeds will be used for
equipment and partitions for in
dividual age class rooms.
The organization and individual
selling the most tickets will be
If Magazine is sponsoring a col
lege science fiction story contest
with $2,000 in prizes for the best
10,000-word novelette written by
college students depicting life in ed to practice on Wednesday and
rivals, will see the Irish favored to
win their seventh straight game
of the season and preserve their
Coach Frank Leahy has one of
his best teams in recent years
with a backfield being called the
new edition of the "Four Horse
men" and a line which averages
well over 200 from end to end.
The Irish will be led offensively
by Ail-American Johnny Latner
who has been featured in several
national magazine articles in the
past two vveeks. Latner has gained
308 yards rushing this year for an
average of 3.7 yards per carry.
Coach George Barclay has been
obviously disappointed in the per
formances of his team in their last
four games and . has been working
all week on fundamentals to try
and improve the situation. He has
been shifting his lineup during
the practice sessions and promised
some changes for today's game,
but would not say exactly what
they would be.
The Tar Heel injury list, which
reached its longest length of the
season during the past week, has
now been reduced to one imp
ortant man tackle Thad Eure
Eure sustained a twisted knee in
practice before the South Carolina
game and has been on crutches
Quarterback Len Bullock, who
missed the South Carolina game
because of a bruised hip, return-
The day opened at .1 a , ..
with delegates to the UN Student , registration at Hie y.Mt'A ;iM(j !
Seminar looking, on. (short talk by Kcv. Mayn.-ini c ,t -i
Delegates, including those from'ings, associate secretary for i'li)(T
Carolina, also took in the morirfng Racial and Inlet-cultural iuaii ,
session oi ine uenerai bseniui, i wiiii wit iwuoiiai l.l(A. He UflS
heard a report from Mrs. Oswald j introduced by Miss Jimmie Wi,Jj
P. Lord (successor to Mrs. Roose- j ward, who is in charge tjic
velt) on the U. S. mission to tfte seminar.
United Nations, and , listened to: The first glimpse of tiit
talks from Dr. Zeinedden of Syria i building was impressive to
and Arthur Liveran of the Israeli J students. They were busy t;,;j,,
delegation, .each representing their I pictures. The place was lj(.r;,J
country's viewpoint on the Zionist j crawling with people, school e,ji,j.
situation in the Middle East. 'ren, women's clubs and jui p;Hli
At 4 p.m., the 185 students split j (See DAILY TAR. p(i;c
into 2 groups, one hearing the
delegate from India and the other
a delegate from Yugoslavia. These
countries were picked because the
UN is very much involved with
problems concerning them at pres
ent. UNC Delegation
There are about 35 colleges rep
resented at the seminar with 185
delegates. North Carolina has more
than any other state, with W.C.,
State, Davidson, and Shaw being
here too. , UNC has the largest
delegation at the seminar.
Last night the seminar dinner
was held at the McBurney branch
of the YMCA, at which Elmore
Jackson, consultant for UN repre
sentative for India and Pakistan
Open House In
Dates will visit social rooms
when they attend open l)ol)sl. m
the men's dorms from 1 i (j
o'clock this al'ternon.
Parents may visit inliii!ua!
rooms in the first openin;; o
dorms this year, according to
rules passed by the lulcnl'inni
Dorm officers are to lie on
duty during visiting hours ex
cept game time.
December Quarterly To Sport
Novel Lay-Out, Cover Design
An article on the Carolina campus' architecture will highlight the
Fall issue of the" "Carolina Quarterly," scheduled to go on sale at
local newsstands December 3. The magazine will also feature a new
"lace" for its readers. t
The article," written by Barclay Jones, 'who is a graduate student In
the city planning department, is
entitled, "Space, Time and Chapel
America 11)0 years from now.
Politics, science, literature, eco
nomics, semantics, sports, medf
cine any classroom subject, or
personal, ones, may be used as a
basis for projecting the story. The
only limit is the author's own imag
ination. Further information may
be obtained by writing If Maga
zine, Kingston, New York.
is reported to be in shape to play
although Coach Barclay stated that
Marshall Newman would probably
start at the all-important signal
Coach Barclay was asked how he
felt about meeting the number one
team in the country and he said.
"We are looking forward to it
(See IRISH, page 3)
40 Cohh Boys
Hill." It attempts to give somn
solid basis to gripes about campus
buildings where such gripes are
justified and to defend the struc
tures which the author feels arc
The new face is in the form nf
a new cover and the editors -ib
have announced there will be cer
tain lay-out modifications.
In the field of fiction, the maga
zine will offer "Epiphany in E
Flat," a long short story by Hahru-l
Boney, and "The Man Who Af
Beetles," a story by Phillip
There will also be several oilier
The Housing Office reports that
about 40 hoys have moved from
Cobb basement, and have failed
to give notice of their change of
As a result they cannot be found j
for important phone calls or mail, j features including poetry by Loin
r, , . , ir u i Funderburk and illiistraimns t;
office and give their new address
es. The S6 room deposit will be re
funded to them.
about eight boys
basement and it
closed out-by November 18.
Neil Thomas and William Nahory.
i The literary magazine will
Isale in Y Court, and downtown
i at the Intimate Bookshop, The
Bull's Head, Danziycr's and the
Caroina Inn. The new student
j price is 35c a copy. -Non students
'still pay the old price of 5'jc.
'Suil An Eich'
De Se Bhur Mbeatha, Floireann Ag Imirt Peilel
local "pop corn dispensers."
Head Cheerleader Jim Fountain
seemed to catch the stadents' en
thusiasm as he yelled "There's
only a few hundred of us, but let's
make -it sound like ten'thousand!"
His listeners did and they seemed
to forget Lattner, Leahy, and Co. j
as it was all "Go Tar Heels, Go!" j
But the Fighting Irish weren't
i completely forgotten. The oldest
cheer of the season, with only a
slight change in words', was ever
present as arm-in-arm the students
shouted "We're from Carolina . . ."
Even this was slightly confused
with the first singers crying "We
don't give a damn for the whole
an additional 100 were
down because of colds or other
ailments. Prizes were awarded for
Oragnizations having the largest
percentage of doners.
For campus groups of over one
hundred members, the Naval ROTC
received a trophy as 61.5 of
their officers-to-be were doners.
Theta Chi won the award in the
when 70 of the Fraternity donat
ed. Exactly one-third of the stu
dents donating blood, were Air
Organizations that assisted, the
drive were Semper Fidelis the
state of Michigan . ."A geography , panhellenic CounciI the independ
major soon macie n ciear mai
South Bend is in Indiana.
Leaving the post office, the pa
rade marched back across the mall
to South Building to end up with
"Hark the Sound." -
The little girl riding piggy-back
on her father's shoulders, the boy
with the jug under his arm, all
.seemed to have fun.; They didn't
even appear to notice the pessimist
who kept yelling "Beat Virginia."
ent Coed Board, and the Stray
Greeks, while additional medical
assistance was provided by the
Jimmy Wallace, Director of GM,
and his staff cooperated in the
drive, as did the Canteen Com
mittee, headed by Mrs. L. C.
Mackinney, and the Volunteer
Workers Committee, led by Mrs.
E. C. Marhaia.
("The horse sees imperfectly, magnifying
some things, minimizing others . . ." O'lflp
porotis; circa 500 B. C.)
By Roger Will Coe
THE HORSE neighed, "Wurra, wurra!
Ochone! Th' top av th' mornin' to yez."
And the same to himself.
"Roger, me bhoy, "The Horse snarked,
"th' correct answer to me saluation is, 'An'
the rist av it to yerself.' Sure an' it's a great
day for Oireland."
We had already observed that the Giraf
his motley coloration, and that Mr. Wump,
ie had more than a mild touch of Green to
the Frog, was a deep Emerald color. In
deed, even The Horse
was green around his
gills. But this brogue?
"Have, ye noted any
thing unusual this morn
Roger?" The Horse ask
ed slyly, his eight-ball
eyes crossed in excit
ment. "Th' thruth, lad,
I had! I had that! An
eerie, glowing mist o'er
hung the browning fields
at dawn-rise. And in the purplish light it
cast ferninst it, the Little People could be
seen skittering from rock to woods, and
pressed dew kisses on the stone of Blarney j match them Oirishman for Oirishman.
oinnmoH miraop hp. Lend an ear. lad: :uoua; aiuiiiio, .wan-uy-
tdMic met i lust in a
yant th' far woods. (This brogue business is
catchy, it is ,it is!)
"Ah, an' a good right eye ye have, Rog
er," The Horse approved, cropping up some
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isnamrocKs irom me ArDorciums iiuiiiuusc (
collection. "Sure, an' the Oirish are on th'
march! Bagpipes are skirlin', th' lads in
the long shirts have donned their festive
kilts, broadswords are givin' lip back to the
sun, an' Finn McCool himself is rootin' up
giant oaks to use as toothhpicks."
Finn McCool? Perhaps this was an Irish
"Ho-ho, ho-ho!" The Horse ho-hocd. "Sure
an' "Bunyan would be hard put to it to carry
McCool's whisky bucket. Wan time, Finn
Himself sneezed an' blew down three
castles in Munster, and Himself in Leinster
was. Foive thousand Oirshmen died av
pneumonia,1 a tidal wave rinsed the Scots
comparatively clean, an' trees bowed low
for two centuries after."
A tall story, indeed. And what of the
Notre Darners and the stories about them?
The great Fighting Irish!
'Wurra, wurra," The Horse snorted.
"Ochone, me lad, list to the lineup: Matz;
Varrichione; Lemek: Schrader; Mavraides;
Pasquesi; Penza; Guglielmi; Markowski;
ulus: Shoulars: Kocornik; Muschamp: Ad
ler: Foti; Marcinko: Ridenhour; Pruss.
Foine Kerryonians an' Corkonians, all! An'
if anv other Oirish but us win th' game, we'll
Slip iUCVrceu.v uuu m ii i u.iu ,..
i in th' SooDrptne Court, that we will, ' and ! ably.
tiling sound hooked my oyer- to Mr.
but he seemed turned to stone, so ui'Vy
less was lie. The Horse lunl ,IK-' "",
eyed and sat as if he had nexer moved, n'-r
A purple mist formed to dim m
back. And the warm lips of the morning Galardo; Rigali. Sure an' th' Tar Heels can
mayhap we'll win th' decision there."
Had he noticed that The Daily Tar Heel
had announced, 'Pope's Airmen To Play
For Dance Saturday Night'? Wasn't that
carrying things too far, even for Notre
"You silly spalpeen," The Horse nickered,
"that is the Pope Airforce Base in North
Carolina. Well, wan way an' another, th'
Oirish are sure to win. And mind ye, I re
mind myself that Fitz-Foti and O'Kocornik
an' McMotta were all foine names in the
Just so long as they didn't spring any
Irish mystics like James Joyce, or Irish
rustics like Joe McCarthy, it might do. I
didn't go in for skibbereenish sort of things.
"Nor me, lad," The Horse brogued.
"Down to earth, that's me."
A small silence fell like a spell, and a
high, far-away mewing sound as of i'airys'
viols grew in the a!r. I
J met with Nupper Tandy, the S'",sl
words came to the chune ot Th' Wcirin?
Of The Green, And he tool; '"' "fi
hand. And he said, Hon ' J'W "M
land, huivever dues site
most distressful country, ('"'
fiave seen. They're hanging men "1 """
for the icearin' of the Green.
Well, could be. I just hoped thr I
Dame Irish would not he hangi'1''
broths of boys from the goal r
he bells of the Bell Tower had -0,u' '
and were chiming: Dcegati, lM-gu". I"'an'
The Horse and his f(jtnpanins
motionless and dreamy in the mist,
T iHU Pi,irl t-tni-lnfl wj m Iel' 1 11- 3
of t hem is namt-c
De se hliur mbeatha, fliohcunn cj '"
ptvc' Acht croich anchvma oind-'h
againn iChapel Hill! . . . Welcome t" oU-
Ifw.lfirt ciunir.iiinclv , 4wvtV. ,11 T,it V.,,J to VOU H-11-
at Mr. Neckley, but the Giraffe was staring i Chapel Hill!
noncommittally over Alderman. A drum- Erin go bragh! You-all . .