Cliapsl Hill, U,
... Cloudy and not so warm today,
with expected high of 60.
The magic window of WUNC
TV must be made of clear glass,
the editors conclude. See p. 2.
VOL. LVII NO. 79
Complete (JP) Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1955
Offices In Graham Memorial
FOUR PAGES TODAY
Gill T1H (v liY2"
CU s Gordon Gray Opposes
Rumored Raise In Tuition
By NEIL BASS
- "I am strenuously opposed to
any proposed hike in the tuition
rates of the Consolidated Univer
sity of North Carolina for two ex
pressed purposes," so spoke CU
President Gordon Gray with a con
viction ringing voice at a Cobb
Dormitory discussion last evening.
Conservatively attired and en
Jtirely at ease as he chatted in
formally with the dorm residents,
Gray enumerated his two opposi
tinn rPflfinn nc fir-d t
principle," and second, "a matter ' f? C pf Hl1! 5 posing uS
of practice in that a number of dt n hTe 13 5?"nd o'
students are financially unable to''S" the d1g ,wl"ch "POrtedly
pav more " bit three people last week, accord-
L . . , , , ing to Mrs. A. M. Jordan, treasurer
The graying president, sched-. of the cha , mn Humane Society,
uled to speak on the administra- T . . .
tivo, cti-tiyt,.A f ,, . Mrs. Jordan said yesterday that
uve structure of the Greater Uni- TT .- u i
a- t- j , : 'a University faculty member wit-
cover phases involving "that
school outside of Durham that has
the temporary athletic ups on us"
anu a wiae range Ot other sub-
Completely dispelling criticisms
that he was not well known
enough among students, Gray
seemed to enjoy his "high toned.
bull session" and went right to
the hearts of his audience with
the remark that his office could
best be described as "the eventu
al recipient of the buck."
The off the cuff discussion was
the first in a series promoted by
the IDC social committee.
In The Search
GOLDEN, Colo. A six-man
production crew from CBS Tel
evision headauarters in New York I
City recently visited the Colorado
School of Mines, shooting scenes
on uranium research at the col -
lege. Films will be part of The
Search. CBS Television's major
documentary effort for 1954-55.
Covering a variety of subjects,
the film series will highlight maj
or research work at 26 American
universities and colleges. Col
orado Mines is the smallest school
in the group, and is the only in
stitution in the Rocky Mountain
region included in The Search.
The series of 26 half-hour chap
ters, one for each school involved,
will be televised weekly over the
CBS television nationwide net
work. On the road since last spring,
the crew has been shooting film
and cutting sound tape at univer
sities all over the nation. The crew
members and their equipment ar
rived on this campus from the
university of Arkansas, where
they filmed a story on research in
American mountain folklore; next
assignment-Tulane University for
story on research in mental ill
nesses. Other universities and subjects
include Yale University, child stu-
dy; University of Chicage, cloud Dr. Bagby was admitted to the
and weather research; University hospital Dec. 27, in a "serious
of Iowa, speech pathology, and t condition." Cause of the profess
Texas A & M, cattle raising. 1 or's illness was not 'disclosed.
Newsweek Claims Rise Stevens
Is The 'Modern Prima Donna'
The woman whom Newsweek aro. She has sung the greatest
,,.; rerpntlv called "the number of starring roles in the
epitome of the modern prima
donna" will be presented in a con
cert here next Tuesday night.
The Student Entertainment
Committee will present Miss Rise
Stevens at 8 p.m. Tuesday in
Miss Stevens, a mezzo, made her
rv York Metropolitan Opeara
debut in the title role of Mig-i
non, after having first sung the
role in Prague, Czechoslovakia,
and also the title role of Der
Rosenkavalier with the Metropol
itan Opera in Philadelphia, Pa.
She has appeared with other
companies, including the San
Fransico ' Opera Co., the Paris
Opera, thc Vienna State Opera
and the Glyndebourne Music Fes
tival. Among the operatic roles which
Miss Stevens has sung are Car
men, Delilah, Hansel, princess
Marina in Boris Goudunof and
Cheruhino in The Marriage of Fig-
He Don't Have No Hook
George s Benefactor
Says He's Not Guilty
There ' is some evidence that
! George, the collie who is in dan-
Ser UA eiuier ueiny exiiea ior gooa
e : j L 1 i :i . i r
collie, and that the professor de-
SPrihfH thp rlny nj hincr Vinnlr-
nosed. According to George's
wonlri-bp pxnnerstor. thp Mmnm
collie does not have a hook nose.
She said that another spectator
saw the same dog bound against
a closing car door in an attempt
to attack the driver.
Mrs. Jordan is now attempting
There has been little change in
gas prices in and around Chapel
Hill over the holidays, according
to Norwood Bryan, student legis
lator investigating the situation.
Carolina Motors Co. in Carrboro
' stil1 retails brand-name gas lower
han any other station in the vic"
i1111 said Br'an- The station' -6
I o a mile from ChaPel Hill's main
! "P"S"-, z"
cents a gallon, wnue mgn-iesi
goes at 33.9, with no change in
' prices over the holidays, he con
Two Phillips 66 stations which
came into Chapel Hill over the
holiday period have changed price
statistics slightly, with gas sell
ing for barely less than pre-holi-day
"Nothing can be done legally to
lower prices," said Bryan. "How
ever, I am sure that the students
will follow the law of demand
and buy at the less expensive Sta
tions." English Bagby
Dr. English Bagby, prominent
and popular member of the Psy
chology Department, was reported
as "resting comfortably" by of-
ficals of Memorial Hospital today,
Metropolitan Opera in one season
in the entire history of tbe Op -
The mezzo is the first Ameri
can born opera star to create a
world premiere of an Italian
opera in Italy itself. She did thatj
when she sang the title role in
The Devil's Daughter at La Scala.
Along with her operatic work,
Miss Stevens has appeared on
such television shows as Voice
of Firestone, Toast of the Town,
Comedy Hour and All Star Re
view. She was starred in the first'
opera to be televised from the
Metropolitan Opera stage to the
screens of movie theatres in some
50 cities across the country.
In the motion picture field.
Miss Stevens appeared in such
productions as The Chocolate
Soldier, Going My - Way and Car
She has recorded for both RCA
Victor and Columbia Records.
free George from what she
thinks are false accusations.
"We must have student help,"
she said, Of the three people who
were bitten last week, oniy one
irlpntifiprl himsplf Thprpfnrp Ihp
Humane Society treasurer wishes
that any students who might know. il wao "U1 ueuuu i '. RALEIGH -Jan 5. Mf The
the identities of the other two'them to Chapel Hill," said the Uoe 'g bm to repeaI the
victims get in touch with her. With Pressor concerning the area in j states SQ.caned legislative "se
more information she feels that which the copies have been cir-; crecy lgw and the genate a reso.
the guilty collie will be revealed, culated. "Where people from out- lution to studv the question as
and that it will not be George. side have asked for them I have North Carolinas general assem.
A dog is Just the opposite from sent them. Other than that bly began its 1955 session today,
a man, said Mrs Jordan. "The haven't sent them outside the j Consderation of the House-bill
dog is guilty until proven inno- county," he continued. deferred for several davs at
cent." She added that the Humane Dr. George's petition calls for JJf TTjl
Society is doing all possible to save continued segregation in the pub- M00re leaker Larrv
y?rn said that she is a J d S ceX ! uTlolt
thde wh;te'r cegro
case she is not able to acquit him. c.cordin.f, Dr" Geofge' e formality of electing the officers
of the charges which have been petltlon wl11 be Presented to the hominated at Democratic caucuses
made against him. : , (Governor and the members of the last night, with Rep. Larry Moore
To Talk Here
Dr. Bruce Logue, associate pro
fessor of medicine at Emory Uni
versity, will be the visiting lectur
er for the opening sessions of cour
ses with which the School of Med
icine and Extension Division here
will begin its 1955 post-graduate
medical series next week.
.-.The .'first- course, a- series -for
doctors in Goldsboro and the sur
rounding counties, to be held Jan.
11 through Feb. 15, will hold class
es in the Goldsboro Country Club,
while the second. Covering the
Ahoskie-Edenton-Elizabeth City ar-
ea, will be held alternately in the
J v -
I -J. ;;;
l- ' " , ?i
Roanoke Chowan Hospital, Ahos- .. , . A ...
, - Tr . , t-, . necessity for such activity. A sim-
kie; Chowan Hospital, Edenton;
a v rm m t tt i t-t u .u iliar proposal, "Bngadoons," fail
and Virginia Dare Hotel, Elizabeth, , , , , , ,
thT i 4 ii u - 1 ed to meet the approval of the
City. The latter course will begin , , , , ,,
Jan. 12 and continue through Feb.
At fhfi nnAnintf cpccinnc nf Vnth
courses, Dr. Logue will present his
views on the
Management of Hy
Dr. Logue received both his E.
S. and M. D. degrees from Emory.
University. His experience includes
work as consulting cardiologist at j
Grady Memorial and Veterans Hos-
pi, Atlanta, Ga., and cardiolo-;
: gist at Emory University Hospital
7 p.m. Songs of France
7:15 News Commentary: .Phil
7:30 African Adventure
7:45 Tar Heel Voices with
Chancellor R. B. House
& wBite Keys and Black: "The
9 University of Chicago Round
table 9:30 Prisoner at the Bar
10:10 Evening Masterwork
11:30 Sign Off
The anti-integration petition to
the Governor state Legislature
which was originated last Nov. 18
by a member of the University's
faculty will be called in this week.
Dr. W. C. George, professor of
histology and embryology, here
said vesterdav that hp is now
trying to call in his petition.
Concerning the number of peo-
who have signed copies of the
petition, Dr. George said that
there are "a goodly number-
more than 1 expected."
btate senate ana House ot Kepre-
sentatives at the 1955 Legislature ;
which began yesterday.
The Coffee Machine
The green bartender recently
acquired by Graham Memorial
is dispensing an average of 50
shots a day. But for clarifica
tion one must note that the
fluid is coffee and the colorful
bartender .is a lime-shaded Cof-
fee Bar vender.
Nevertheless, "the machine is
no losing proposition and a de-
finite output increase is anticip- j cide whether North Carolina is
ated," says Jim Mclntyre, as- I f,ing to retranch its services to
I the pepole or levy additional rev
sistant GM drector. enues. Neither prospect is pleas-
The six foot bartender, whose j ant."
, A , ! He suggested that after hearing
profits are for the GM Student j the Governor's message and the
Union fund, eliminates the nec
essity of students' having to
pour their own coffee from the
perculator a's it issues cups ei
ther black or with cream and i
Muntzing Explains To Phi
Reasons For Dance Failure
tv, ok; Photon a h;h nrviH.innH th Hnrms rather than
i nrj i iu uuhivu win
ing for regular dorm sponsored
dances at its Tuesday night meet
ing. Manning Muntzing, guest speak-
aorms iasi xaii.
Muntzing said failure of the
measure was largely the result of.
ar of financial responsibility jm-;
Final Exam Schedule
There have t'en no changes made in the final exam schedule
except for those made for certain individuals, according to a state
ment made yesterday by Edwin S. Lanier, director of central rec
ords. Th'a schedule is as follows:
All 2 p.m. Classes on TThS and Econ 31, 32, 81
Friday, Jan. 21, 8:30 a.m.
All Noon Classes on TThS and Nav Sci 101, 201, 301, 401
Friday, Jan. 21, 8:30 a.m.
All 1 p.m. Classes on MWF and BA 72, 180, Phar 10 ..
Saturday, Jan. 22, 8:30 a.m.
All 9 a.m. Classes on MWF Saturday, Jan. 22, 2 p.m.
All 9 a.m. Classes on TThS .- Monday, Jan. 24, 8:30 a.m.
All 8 a.m. Classes on MWF Monday, Jan. 24, 2 p.m.
All 10 a.m. Classes on MWF Tuesday, Jan. 25, 8:30 a.m.
All French, German and Spanish cours'es numbered" 1, 2, 3, and 4,
and Latin 1, and BA 150, Phar 15 Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2 p.m.
All 11 a.m. Classes on TThS Wednesday, Jan. 26, 8:30 a.m.
All 10 a.m. Classes on TThS Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2 p.m.
All 11 a.m. Classes on MWF Thursday, Jan. 27, 8:30 a.m.
All 3 p.m. Classes, Chem 11, BA 71, Econ 170 and all classes not
otherwise provided for in this schedule Thursday, Jan. 27, 2 p.m.
All 8 a.m. Classes on TThS 1 Friday, Jan. 28, 8:30 a.m.
All 2 p.m. Classes on MWF Friday, Jan. 28, 2 p.m.
All Noon Classes on MWF Saturday, Jan. 29, 8:30 a.m.
In cas'e of any conflict, the regularly scheduled exam will take
precedence over the common exam. (Common exams are indicated
by asterisk.) -
'Bin up To
bf Wiison as House sneaker. Sen.
Luther Earnhardt of Cabarrus as
president of the Senate and Dr.
Paul E. Jones of Pitt as Senate
president pro tern.
Both houses adopted resolutions
inviting Governor Hodges to ap
pear before a joint session tomor
row to deliver his biennial mes
sage in which he is expected . to
urge tax increases in order to
maintain state services at their
present levels during the next two
fiscal years. The Governor is ex
pected to give his views on a
number of other issues in his
"State of the State" message.
After his election as speaker,
Moore told the House, "Many
problems face us." He added that
"This general assembly must de-
budget proposals of the Advisory
Budget Committee tomorrow, the
House as a committee of the
whole should undertake a thor
ough study of the budget pro
posals and the state's financial
fv-v v vi m-. y :
disapproval of the project itself, j
Most of the debate was directed r
I against the controversial financial
nbn Tt wa n3PH hv a vote of
7 to 3, however. The second art
icle was passed unanimously. The
final vote on the entire bill un
animously favored it.
The Phi is a debating society,
and measures it passes are not
made into campus law.
COMMISSION MEMBER MARTIN
he asked the question
Thad Eure To
The Honorable Thad Eure, Nor
th Carolina secretary of state, will
speak to campus Young Democrats i
tomorrow, according to local YDC .
President Bob Windsor. I
iue cuiunui aim uuamic set-:
retary will speak on 'Party .Or-Elroy; sergeant-at-arms; Clyde Sm
ganization and Effective Politics" i ith treasurer( and Jim Turner,
A . 4s J A ' . . A. : '
ai a o:ou uinner meeting upsiaus
in Lenoir Hall. Students will go
! through the regular line and take
their trays upstairs to the north
John Jordon of Raleigh, presid-
! of the North Carolina Young Dem
ocrats, will introduce Mr. Eure.
Friday will be the second speak
ing engagement Thad Eure has
had here this school year. On
Nov. 18, he spoke to Delta Sigma
Pi, professional business frater
nity. Tri Delta
Competition for Delta Delta
Delta's General Scholarship is
now in progress and will continue
until Feb. 25, according to an an
nouncement received yesterday.
All women students in colleges
I where there are Tri Delta chap-
iers are engiDie 10 appiy. iney
my or may not" b sorority mem.
ml T 1 a. . t . T .11 . A 1
ifle ueua ueua iena nwaras
ommuiee win oe me soie juage
of the applicants. The judgements j
vill be made on the basis of how
much promise the applicants show !
nf heina valnahlp ritipns in their
The amount of awards on any:2
cne of the 96 campuses where
u m n L . - :ii i
mure are in ueiua ciiapi.ei.s win i
not exceed $200.
Application blanks are avail
able at the office of the local Dean
of Women. The completed applic
ations shold be sent to Mrs. Char
les C. Perrin, Box 717, Paoli, Pa.,
by Feb. 25.
Council Position Open
In Boy Scouts Program
assistant SCOUt exe- j
i J . UlClUItS Ul UIC U1U UMU lit" ' unv
cutive for the Occoneechee Coun-1 WUNC-TV will televise both the Forest campus and historical high
cil in Raleigh, will be on the Uni- freshman and varsity games as: lights of the cone2e will be pre
versity campus next Monday to in-j part of its opening-day program, j senttj.
terview students interested in I The telecast will begin at 6:30 fromi
positions as Field Scout Execut-;
Men interested in being inter-1
viewed should contact the Place-'
ment Service, 204 Gardner Hall,
Field Scout Executives are re
sponsible for organization of new
scout units and for helping establ
ished units. The latter involves
such things as leadership training
courses, roundtable programs,
camping events, inter-unit activi-,
ties and personal help to leaders,
There are also a number of .
openings for counselors at camps'
for the coming summer. . j
Group Makes Report
To State Legislature
By JACKIE GOODMAN
The financial fate of UNC for the next two years will probably
be known today when the state's Advisory Budget Commission
makes its report to the Legislature.
In making appropriations, the Legislature usually follows the
: ecommendations of the Commis
To Pilot Di
Bev Webb, a iunor from Green-)
! sboro, was chosen Tuesday night I
to head the Dialectic Senate for
the spring semester. j
,,. , . . , !
Other offers who were elected .
are as follows: Larry McElroy,
president pro tern; Jim Turner, j
critic; David Munday, clerk; Free-
man Grant, sergeant-at-arms; si
eve Moss, treasurer, and Clyde
. The officers for the fall sem-
ester were Joel Fleishman, pres-
ident; Lynn Chandler, president
pro tern; David Reid, critic; Miss
Virginia Agnew, clerk; Larry Mc-.
RALEIGH, Jan. 5 (AP)-North tne resoiutjon which was introdt.c
Carolina's traffic continued to Ld by Charles Hyatt, letters were
grow in 1954, but at the lowest ' jent to each state legislator, ae
rate of any year since the end of conipanied by copies of the reso
World War II. I lution.
Thp Hiffhwav Commission reD- i President Cordon Gray and
orted today that during the first
11 months of 1954 traffic on the
primary highway system increas
ed 1.4 percent over traffic in the
same period of 1953.
The rate of increase showed a
steady growth to 1950 when it
reached a high of 12.7 percent.
Since then the rate of climb has
steadily fallen. In 1953 it dropped
to 3.1 percent.
Traffic on minor state highways
and major secondary roads show
ed a slightly higher increase of
3.9 percent over 1953, according
to the report.
"The increase," noted the rep
ort, "May be due to traffic. trans-
i ferring from dirt roads and from
crowded major primary highways
lJ Pavea seconuaiy .uS. vCI1
so the increase and the transfer ,
motor vehicle usage in North Car-;
1 luiia lldd 11JV-1 a .- v, j jv I
Percent over 1953."
Carolina-WF Game Will Be
Televised Over WUNC-TV
For pictures of WUNC-TV at , b!e of Wake Forest and Chancel
Siate College and Woman's Col- j lor Robert B. House of Carolina
lege, see page four. will offer their best wishes to Dr.
j C. Sylvester Green who will join
j The first live telecast of bas- .the staff Wake Forest College in
ketball in the state will take place j March as director of alumni af
, when WUNC-TV, Channel 4, tele- fairs and pubiiC relations.
vj's the Carolina and Wake For-. At hair-timp r.f the v.nrsitv came.
esf aamps Satnrrtnv ni?ht
Woollen Gym with the freshman
game. The varsity game will be-
gin at approximately 8 p. m.
The Consolidated University's
educational television station pisns
to make this telecast the first in a'
ies of games to be presented
-ina th r0ct f ho hasVpthall
during the rest of the basketball
Play-by-play announcing for the'
games will be done by Frank Wal-'
, BT wirvr.
and former West Coast sports
editor of The Christian Science
Between the frosh and varsity'
games, President Harold W. Trib-
The repoit will disclose wheth
er the Commission will recommend
a raise in tuition and dormitory
fees to the Legislature and how
much of the University's request
it will receive.
The possibility of increased fft's
came up at a meeting ol the Com-
mission early in September during
which Consolidated . University
Vice President W. D. Carmichaet
told Commission members lie
wouId ask them to -oin him in ro'
questing the Legislature to pass
an act a,lowing thc Univcrsity lo
bujd dorrmtories with loans to
foe rcpaj(1 rom rentals,
LeRoy Martin, Advisory Commis
sion member, asked ot State Col
lege Chancellor Carty Bostian
vvhr;t the odpct on his student bodv
wouId be if fecs were increased,
Bostian answered that, an increase
would deprive many youths of an
opportunity to obtain techrtiUl
Since that time, Bostian, Presi
dent Gray and Chancellor Edward
K. Graham of Woman's College
have come out against a raise i:i
A resolution was adopted by the
student Legislature here at its
meeting last Dec. 2 by which the
Legislature went on record as op
posing any increase in tuition and
ether fees. Also in accordance with
Chancellor Robert B. House met
with the commission during Sen-
jtember to ask appropriations for
. the 1955-57 biennium.
Gray, at that time, asked for an
increase in his general administra
tion budget from $79,207 last year
to S129.263 this year and $180,25")
for next year. He also asked for
S15.000 for the new office of busi
ness manager-treasurer and .secre
tary. House requested an increase jn
the maintenance budget for the
University of $905,044 for 1955-56
and one of $867,738 for 1956-57.
The University requested $1,
603,500 to build a new pharmacy
building and remodel Howell Hall
for occupancy by the School of
Other requested appropriations
for permanent improvements were
an addition to. and remodeling
of, Peabody Hall, $735,000; dormi-
(See UNIVERSITY, page 4.)
,.t .u ,.a .A rn
Set To Be Used Today
WUNC-TV will televise Gover-
nor Luther Hodges' address at the
joint session of the 1955 General
Assembly in Raleigh today.
x WUNC-TVs mobile unit will
originate the presentation from
the floor of the caDitol buildin:
with several commercial stations
picking up the telecast.
The telecast will begin at 11:30
this morning and will last for one