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VOLUME LXII NUMBER 58
Complete JP Photo and Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL", N. C.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1953
Complete JP Photo and Wire Service
FOUR PAGES TODAY
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Scabbard And Blade Society Adds Names Of Cadets,
Midshipmen To Roll Of Outstanding ROTC Students
In a secret, formal ceremony
held last night in the Naval arm
ory, L Company, 8th Regiment of
Scabbard and Blade, national mil
itary honor society, added the
names of 30 cadet and midshipman
officers to its roll from outstand
ing AFROTC and NROTC students.
The initiates from the Air Force
were: seniors, Charles Hunter, Ken
Creuser, Kemp Clendenen, John
Boushall, Roger Ackerman, Row
land Burnstan, Bruce Holt, Neil
Satterfield, Bill Carr, Lew Cody,
"Walt Gurley, Fred Mewhinney.
Four juniors were tapped Don
Geiger, Connie Gravitte, Herman
Husbands, and Jim Winston.
From the Navy unit Payne Jack
son, Jim Schenck, Jack Stillwell,
Webb Sherrill, Buck Barkley, Bob
Skidmore, Jim Warren, Don Har
ley, Pat Thomas, Harry Arnold,
and Tom Medlin were chosen from
the senior candidates.
Steve Tremble, Tom Hoover "and
Joe Burrell were selected as out
The National Society of Scab
bard and Blade, founded in 1905
at Madison, Wisconsin, is at pres
ent composed of over 120 com
panies at colleges and universities
across the nation and lists more
than 60,000 members.
Officer candidates from Army,
Navy and Air Force units are eli
gible for active membership, for
which merit is the sole basis.
Associate or honorary members
may be chosen at the discretion
of local companies from qualified
officers or citizens.
Scabbard and Blade came to the
Carolina campus in 1949 when the
local unit was granted a charter
by the national organization.
Among the functions the So
ciety has performed on the UNC
campus are: providing honor or
color guards for special events or
celebrities, providing ushers for
military speakers on campus, spon
soring awards for military excel'
lence in the local units, and co
sponsoring the joint military ball.
Serving as officers for the cur
rent school yeaf are: Captain, Har
vey Bradshaw; First Lieutenant,
Jim Whitton; Second Lieutenant,
Mike Davis; and First Sergeant,
Yale Philosopher Will
Speak Here Tomorrow
Professor Brand Blanshard, head
rvf t ho Th ilncnnnv npnartmpnt of
"The Emotive Theory of Ethics"
tomorrow night at 8 o'clock in the
Facuitv Lounge of Moreheau
Professor Blanshard is noted for
a number f u-rf tings and is auor
of th? hook, "The Nature of
Thought," an outstanding stare- (
ment of the idealist or neo-Hege-;
lian position. j
He ,T"as appointed to give the ,
of Edinburgh in 1951-52 and was
nga:n 1----fd with the appoint-
anent in 1952-53. i
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strain under the .oad of th. body oi ' th.'r W.nl n, Edgar P.;. member ef
ing the body into a ranger, station on , the low r 800 feet down the icy slope while
Stanford University Alpine Club wj.t.Hy dub on a ciimbing expedition. Shown
accompanying Lindbergh and "ef Jbergh and Mervin Adams. NEA Telephoto.
(LTR) pulling sled are: Fletcher Hoyt, weicicer, um
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Gorham In Tiff
With SP Over
By Richard Creed
With fall elections one week
away the Student Party yester
day promised that it would set
up a student-evaluation-of-fac-ulty
program if it were given a
majority in Legislature.
At the same time President Bob
Gorham announced that he had
been working on such a program
for "quite a while now."
Both parties indicated that they
"don't care who gets credit" for
setting up a fcaulty evaluation
program so long as it is done.
Gorham would not say whether
he would veto an SP-sponsored
bill now before Legislature, call
ing for the setting up of a student
faculty rating system. He did,
however, call it "superfluous legis
lation." The Legislature will act
upon the bill tomorrow night.
Manning Muntzing (SP), who in
troduced the bill, said yesterday,
"He (Gorham) has done nothing
about it to date. I'm not disturbed
over who does it so long as it gets
done. If he's ' going to get on the
ball and does it, fine. If not, I
want to see the Legislature do it."
Earlier this year Gorham vetoed
an SP-sponsored bil "to increase
student participation in student
government," because - he had
"previously appointed a commit
tee" to do the same thing.
Ed McCurry, chairman of Gor
ham's committee to set up a facul
ty evaluation program said yester
day that plans were under way
and thai "something definite"
would be released to the students
The program, if established,
would allow students to voice
opinions on their instructors by
means of question sheets passed
out by student government. Their
criticisms would be passed on to
department heads as suggestions
and would have no real power.
Another plank in the SP's fall
election platform promises "files
of old quizzes in the library to
help you study." The Legislature
last year investigated the possibil
ity of setting up such files, but the
attempt was iinaiiy ananas
attempt was linany aoanauneu
wlthout actln-- u I were Al Bader, Sam Bernard, Bill
The SP promises also to estab- Calvert, Dottie Figel, Don Geiger,
lish a liaison group of students, Nancy Home, Henry Isaacson,
faculty, and administration to air. Charles Katzenstein, Louis Kraar,
the complaints of students .about Layton McCurdy, Buzzy Shull and
m-tK affairs. "Successive UPiBob Woodard.
student body presidents nave let
this die," says the platform,
Executive Committee of the
YWCA wiU have its Ya pictur,
made Friday at 2 o'clock in the
aviator" and other members
: ' : :- : isS SEEN
SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL,
who celebrates his 79th birthday
and enters into his 80th year, is
pictured in a portrait made for
the occasion. The English Prime
Minister observed his birthday
busily preparing for the forth
coming Big Three conference in
Bermuda, which will take place
some time this week. NEA Tel
ephoto. Luxon Begins
Duty As Dean
Dr. Norval'Neil Luxon, late of
Columbus, Ohio, and Ohio State
University, moved into his new
Bynum Hall office yesterday to
take over as Dean of the Univer
sity's School of Journalism.
Dr. Luxon, who has been in
Chapel Hill since Sunday, will live
on Hamilton Road in Glen Lennox.
His wife will join him here later
The new dean was assistant to
the president and professor of
journalism at Ohio State. He was
a member of the Ohio State staff
for 25 years. He is a one-time pres
ident of the American Association
of Schools and Departments of
Dr. Luxon succeeeds . O. J.
(Skipper) Coffin in the journalism
dean's chair. Dean Coffin resigned
X Marks The Man Next Tuesday
102 Concicfafes In Fall Elections At Meeting;
12 Face Disqualification For Not Attending
With a meeting of 102 candi
dates there were 12 absent in
Gerrard Hall last night, the fall
election campaign shifted into high
Elections will be held next Tues
day with a runoff on the following
I Tuesday, Dec. 15.
Those absent from last night's
compulsory meet will be disquali
fied from running unless they con
tact Elections Board Chairman
I p. Lamson at Graham Memorial
. 30 tomorrow. Absent
Following is a complete list of
candidates' and the offices for
which they are running:
Student Councils, 2 men's seats:
Max Ballinger, Marion Buie, Mac
torris, Gerald Parker, Ken Pene
endorsed by Selections
of his mountain climbing- party
At '3 o'clock yesterday morn
ing? no one was in. the Mangum,
Dorm washroom, but a can of
pork and beans was sitting
under the hot water faucet sih
ently being warmed.
Well known professor with
antiquated box camera taking
pictures for Yacfc snapshot con
test saw the ' prize cameras in
the Y office. .
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In Fall Action
The Men's Honor Council has
suspended two students so far this
year, one for cheating on a quiz
and one for stealing, the Council's
clerk, Herbert Browne, announced
Of 16 other students who ap
were found not guilty, two cases
peared before the Council, five
were dismissed because of lack ol
evidence and two students were
issued official reprimands.
The Council approved four ap
plications for readmission to the
University and removed three, stu
dents from probation.
Browne issued this statement oh
behalf of the Council:
"We should like to thank and
congratulate the students of Caro
lina for their cooperation in sup
porting the principles and regula
tions on which our honor system
"For it is only through the per
sonal responsibility of every indi
vidual student that this important
and basic feature of a self-governing
student body can continue to
Men's Honor Council, 2 junior
seats: Herb Browne, R. B. Pitch,
Henry Isaacson, Charles Shelton,
Buzzy Shull; 1 sophomore seat:
Dick Baker, Harrison Dunlop,
Charles Katzenstein, Pen Sand
ridge, Ogburn Yates; 1 freshman
seat: Richard Coker, Skippy Hand,
Layton McCurdy, Fritz Von Wih
kle, all endorsed by Selections
Women's Honor Council, 3 jun
ior seats: Emily Urquhart, Dottie
Figel, Petey Gunter, Penny Hart
man, Joan Hill, Sarah Jackson,
Joan Leonard, Gloria Nix, Jackie
Steed, Kendrick Townsend, Barb
ara Walker, Carol Webster, Nancy
Whisonant, all endorsed by Selec
Freshman' class officers: Presi
dent Townsend Holt (SP), Jack
Williams (UP). Vice-president
Jake Goforth (SP), Skippy Ranfl
(UP). Secretary Mary Ann Kee
ter (SP-.UP); Treasurer Charlie
Ashby (SP), Mike Weinmann
(UP); Social chairman Pat Pat
rick (UPT, Jackie Van Hook (SP).
Junior class officers: President
Bill Calvert (UP), Jim Foun
tain (SP); Vice-president Charlie
Dean (SP), Bob Grimes (UP);
Secretary Carol Butts (UP), Amy
Cooke -(SP); Treasurer Donna
Blair (SP), Reuben Leonard (UP);
Social chairman Mary Ann Mur
phy (SP), Eleanor Saunders (UP).
Publications Board, 1 At Lafge
Seat Jackie Brooks (UP), Louis
Kraar (Ind.), Jane Yearley (SP)'J
1 junior seat Bob Colbert (Ind.),
Anne Huffman (SP), Buzzy Shull
Dorm Men's I, 2 Year Seats
Gene Cook, (SP), Don Geiger
(SP), Walt Huntley (UP), Stan
Shaw (UP); 1 six-months seat
Joe Roberson (SP), Zeb Weaver
Dorm Men's II, 3 Year Seats
Bob Burge (Ind.), Milton Cooke
(SP), Bill Gardner (UP), Jerry
Kahn (UP), Jack Michie (UP),
Keith Snyder (SP), Bob Young
Dorm Men's III, 3 Year Seats
Barney Cash well (UP), Gordon
Forester (SP), Morgan Hale (SP),
Henry Lomax (UP), Gil Ragland
Get Big Room
By Fred Powledge
"The architect has the plans for
a new social room planned for the
East basement of Cobb Dormi
tory," Director of Operations J. S.
Bennett said yesterday.
The projected addition to the
four-floor dormitory will contain
a television room, a space for ping
pong and an assembly room. The
assembly room will seat "from 150
to 200 people, and will he used for
studying, card-playing and small
; "If the fellows in Cobb have any
plans 1 for their social room they
should advance them right away
through the IDC," added Bennett,
because the plans afe being
drawn up right now." -
Assistant to the Dean of Students
Ray Jef f eries said, "If the archi
tect's plans meet with the ap
proval of the administration and
the Interdormitory Council, they
will go into effect, provided the
cost meets with the University's
Charlie Hyatt, president of Cobb
Dorm, remarked, "Such a social
room has been a necessity for a
long time because there are 430
students in this dorm and no more
than 75 can get in the present
room at one time. We feel that al
long as students stay here over
the weekend they should be pro
vided with individual dorm par
ties. A new social room would ful
fill that need."
(SP), C. E. Smith (UP).
Dorm Men's IV, 1 Year Seat
Larry Ford (SP), Bob Meacham
Dorm Men's V, 2 Year Seats
Bert Davis (UP), Ira Hardy (SP),
Eric Jonas (UP), Jim Turner
Town Men's I, 4 Year Seats
Sam Barnard (SP), Marion Buie
(SP), Jim Fountain (SP), Phiri
Horton (UP), George McKinney
(SP), Thomas P. Moore (UP),
Noel Petree (UP), Bill Ragsdale
Town Men's II, 2 Year Seats
Bobby Cowell (UP), Ed McCurry
(UP), Snyder Pate (SP); 2 six
months seats Al Bader (SP),
Max Crohn (UP), Martin Jordan
Town Men's III, 4 Year Seats
Ken Davis (UP), Al Korsehan
(SP), Don Miller (UP),. Bill O'
Sullivan (SP-UP), Raymond Schild
(SP), William Spong (SP), Bob
Town Women, 1 Year Seat
Jane Edwards (UP), Nancy Home
(SP); 2 six-months seats Anne
Bell (UP), Barbara Burgess (UP),
Nancy Davis (SP), Sue Fink (SP).
Dorm Women, 3 Year Seats
(SP), Carol Du Pier (UP), Sally
Bette Davis (SP), Caroline Davis
Liggett (SP), Monica Justice (UP),
Luanne Thornton (UP); 2 six.
months seats Sonia Bergan (SP),
Nancy Gerlach (SP), Mary Fran
ces Stone (UP), Debby Wescott
Yack Proofs Should Be
Selected Right Away
All students who have not se
lected their Yack proofs should do
Failure of all students to do
this at once may cause the publi
cation date of the yearbook to' be
Students may select their proofs
in the Roland Parker Lounge of
Graham Memorial next to the
Yack Office from 1:30 until 6:00
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PAMELA MARTIN, 23, points
to world globe as she disclosed
plans for her 21,878 air-mile frip
in attempt to set record for
passengers. She will leave Chi
cago and hopes to reeturn in 91
hours and 25 minutes. Miss Mar
tin is the second Chicagoan to
attempt to set a new record in
the last three weeks, the first
being Aubrey O. Cookman, who
was stranded in Bangkok, Thai
land with engine trouble. NEA
Creation of a faculty committee
to help formulate student welfare
policies and advise the dean of stu
dents in administrative matters
was announced at South Building
The committee six faculty
members appointed by Chancellor
Robert B. House with Dean of Stu
dents Fred Weaver as chairman
will meet monthly. It will give the
faculty a direct voice in student
Known officially as the "Admin
istrative Board of Student Af-
fairs," the new group is composed
of Dr. Fred N. Cleaveland, Dr.
PS, Harriet Her-
ring, Dr. Claiborne S, Jones, Dr.
Loren C. MacKinney, and Thomas
M. Stanback, Jr.
Term of office for the members
of the board is five years.
Free Lance Forum
The Free Lance Forum will meet
tonight at 7:00 in Roland Parker
Lounge 1. The discussion will be
"Should a Course in Communism"
Be Offered at UNC?" Visitors are
invited to participate.
Final Exam Schedule
The final examination schedule is announced today by the Central
Reecords office. Exams begin Friday, January 22. Quizzes are not to
be given by instructors on or after Friday, January 15.
The exam schedule:
All 1 p.m. classes on MWF
All 9 a.m. classes on MWF
All 9 a.m. classes on TThS
All 8 a.m. classes on MWF
All 10 ajn. classes on MWF i
Common Examination (All
French, German, & Spanish
courses numbered 1,2,3,
All 11 a.m. classes on TThS
All 10 a.m. classes on TThS
All 11 a.m. classes on MWF
All 3 p.m. classes, and all
classes not otherwise pro
vided for in this schedule
and BA 71
All 8 a.m. classes on TThS
All 2 p.m. classes on MWF
All 12 Noon classes on MWF
All 2 p.m. classes on TThS
All 12 Noon classes on TThS
Way To Visits
Interdormitory Council President
Walt Gurley yesterday announced
a seven-point approach to the prob
lem of unchaperoned coed visiting
in men's dormitories.
"At present it seems that the
best and most realistic approach
to the ultimate institution of un
chaperoned coed visiting in the
men's dorms is one of education
and evolution," said Gurley. "Much
progress has been made in the
way of greater social-mindedriess
in the dorms, but there is yet
needed more utilization of existing
social privileges if the need fof
freer visiting is to be impressed
on the University administration.
"Presently we have certain lim
itations placed upon us by the ad
ministration in reference to the
problem at hand. We have not ex
panded our limits, and therefore
cannot rightly expect to be granted
additional privileges until we show
that our present social room facil
ities and visiting arrangements are
Gurley's seven-point approach is
1. A study of the weaknesses ahd
strengths of the present Connor
Dorm plan will be made.
2. Weekly, chaperoned visiting
nights will be set up.
3. The possibility of isolating
social rooms physically will be
pushed. A recommendation to this
effect has been submitted by Gur
ley and is being studied as a possi
ble way to use some of the $186,000
now available for dorm improve
ments. 4. A committee is attempting to
solicit aid of faculty members in
chaperoning dorm parties.
5. The Women's Residence Coun
cil has been contacted and is co
operating in ascertaining the feel
ing of the girls towards the pro
posed program. A coordinating
committee between the IDC and
WRC has been appointed to assist
with plans. Another committee is
working on the idea of reciprocal
parties among men's and women's
6. The IDC has embarked upon
a program of stimulating and en-
couraging social activities in the
7. The IDC recognizes the part
played by The Daily Tar Heel by
giving publicity to the dorms and
their activities, and anticipates that
the newspaper will continue to
assist in the future.
The Projects Committee of the
YWCA Will have a discussion today
at 4 o'clock in the Cabinet Room.
.Friday, January 22 8:30 a.m.
-Friday, January 22 2 p.m.
-Saturday, January 23 8:30 a.m.
.Saturday, January 23 2 p.m.
-Monday, January 25 8:30 a.m.
.Monday, January 25 2 p.m.
-Tuesday, January 26 8:30 a.m.
-Tuesday, January 26 2 p.m.
-Wednesday, January 27 8:30 a.m.
-Wednesday, January 27 2:00 p.m.
.Thursday, January 28 8:30 a.m.
.Thursday, January 28 2 p.m.
-Friday, January 29 8:30 a.m.
-Friday, January 29 2 p.m.
-Saturday, January 30 8:30 a.m.