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VOL. LVII NO. 91
Complete UP) Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1955
Offices In Graham Memorial
FOUR PACES TODAY
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authors . . .
For Meets Next Week
Dr. and Mrs. Sherwood Eddy, authors, lecturers and world travel- ! recorded concerts starting Mon-t-c
uHii ho nr. fha ouo T,, iv,nv, t-i dav. John Ludwis. "chairman of
" t " vaj ill. H 1 WHAitl dlllilLi lit AL A UCdUd UHUUgll iUUIiJcJ'.
The YMCA and YVCA are sponsoring several meetings with them
A tea and informal discussion with Dr. and Mrs. Eddy will be held
at 4 p. m. Tuesday in Graham
Memorial Lounge. Mrs. Eddy wi'l
address coeds at a meeting at 7
p;' m. in the Episcopal parish
house. Her topic is "Women in the
Dr. Eddy is the author of 36 vol
umes on international, social and
religious questions, including bir,
autobiography, Eighty Adventur
ous Years. Graduated from Yale
in ' 1891. Sherwood Eddy went to
Irdia for student Work and later
became secretary for Asia of the
Mrs. Louise Eddy, graduate of
MacMurray College, has served
the YWCA in Toledo, Rio De Jan
iero, Brazil and from 1939-1946
was general secretary of the Na
tional YVVCA in Canada. She hold
offices in many national, state and
Dr. and Mrs. Eddy are now mak
ing tours across the nation spea'i-
ing in colleges, universities an-i j
Jean Rayburn, Charlotte, YWCA
speaker's chairman; and Roy Tav
lor, Greenville, YMCA speaker's
chairman, are in charge of ra
rangements for the Eddy's visit.
The Frank Porter Graham Chan
ter of the Future Teachers of Am
erica, UNC, has recognized Joan
Leonard, Asheville, and Herbert
B. Stephens, Glen Alpine, as Mi?s
and Mr. Representative Teacher
of the year, Dr. Don Tarbet .of the
School of Education announced
Each year a committee compos
ed of faculty and students of the
School of Education select repre
sentative teachers to be presented
at the State Convention of the
Korth Carolina Education.
Miss Leonard, who has served
treasurer of the local chapter
of FTA and at present is the State
Secretary of Future Teachers of
America, is completing require
ments to become an elemental y
teacher. Stephens is Vice-Presi-cent
of the local chapter of FTA,
and is preparing to teach English
and Fine Arts in secondary school.
In Art Slated
Person Hall Art Gallery is again
offering an evening sketch clas.
thiis spring for people in the com
munity and surrounding areas, ac
cording to a spokesman for Per
The spokesman said that the
class, set up for people with no
previous training in art, will meet
on Wednesday evenings from 7
until 9 o'clock, beginning next
Wednesday and running for 13
The fee including materials will
be $13. Robert Howard of the art
department staff will be instructor.
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. and travelers
R. W. Madry
R. W. (Bob) Madry, director cf
the University News Bureau, i
seriously ill in Memorial Hospital
Madry is suffering from a kici
ney ailment. A hospital attache
said yesterday he '"had a fair day."
Off The Press
Under the auspices of the Stu-
dent Activities Board, the sprirg j familiar works); Wednesday, -no-edition
of the UNC calendar made j ('iern classics; Thursday, " heavy
its first appearance on the campu.? i classics (Mozart); Friday, quiet
The calendar began to appear
under doors and in all campus or
ganizations Wednesday afternoon,
tnd its distribution by the new
door-to-door process continued
In preparation for more than i make requests for works not pre
two months, the calendar offers J sented in the program. Selections
a wider coverage of activities than can be made from the Graham
ever before. Besides the dates of ; Memorial Library and records us-
z.U campus pctivities, space is pro-
vided for a complete list of ?li
campus organizations and presi
dents, personal memos and spring
exam dates. Unlike to previous
years, the calendar will be avail-
rdble only in places o fresidenoe.
Hodever, a calendar has been
1HUU. A. J l OLUUVAXk Vi
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Lenoir Rhyne Starts Building Campaign
Leaders in Lenoir Rhyne College's building campaign are shown above. The campaign is to raise
$1,500,000 for construction of new buildings and endowment for the Lutheran institution. Above are,
left to right, Robert Rhyne, public relations chairman; Glenn Ketner, co-chairman; Malcolm Palmer,
general campaign chairman, and Walter Deal, special gifts chairman.
"I have heard nothing new
concerning whether Mr. Truman
is coming or not," Dr. Alex
Heard said yesterday.
Dr. Heard, chairman of the
Committee on Established Lec
tures, has asked former Presi
dent Harry Truman to deliver
the annual Weil Lectures this
Dr. Heard said that he would
announce as soon as he knew if
Truman could come.
Graham Memorial Student Un
i ion will present a new program of
day, John Ludwig, -chairman of
Graham Memorial's Special Events
Committee, announced yesterday
The purpose of the program is i
to assure full usage of the facili
ties in Graham Memorial, he said
Up to the present time, comment- j
ed Ludwig. students have been
rsked to request those records
they would like to hear but only
a few students have "made the re
quests. The program is designed on the
basis of the poll recently conduct
ed in Graham Memorial. The ques
tionnaire included inquiries as i i
v hat time of day, what day of the
week, what type of music, and ui
what volume students wished tc
hear recorded concerts.
The results of the poll showed
th&t students wantpd classical se-
lections of music to be heard late!
f in the afternoon and evening.
j Students, according to the poll ,1
preferred to listen to the music at
a medium volume. This would per-i
T.-iit hnth listening and rending -a -!
the same time.
i ne program material is as io- j
lows: Monday, broadway musicals; '
Tuesday, popular classics (mor j i
rr-1 - i l r- t
music (Jackie Gleason, " Ray An
thony); Saturday, I. special con-
cert and n. popular classics con
cert: Sunday, I. classical and P.
Special concerts are placed in
j the program for the students 1j
ec. from Kemp's Record Shop.
The program has been set upsentives should not forget that one
so that all weekdav concerts wi.l
bo scheduled from 4 to 5 o'clock in
the afternoon. Saturdav and Sun-
l- concerts will be from 4:00
j to b;U0 p. m. Ail Saturday and bun-
day II. concerts will be from 8 to
10 o'clock in the evening. Times
fcr radio hro.ndcasts will hp -
i 1 1 , i
l . 4 $ : t
v fill I i Illill
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1 oday In J
By JACKIE GOODMAN
"I am strongly opposed to an
fee raise and along with my com-
mittee have resolved to plan our j
action in a way that we can bes
firht the proposed fee raise,'' sai..
Ftudent body President Tom Crea-i
Creasy said that when a dormi
tory fee raise was proposed by th? j
Advisory Budget Commission to
the state legislature Jan. 6, he ap
pointed a group of students to stu
dy the problem with him.
"In the past several weeks ve
have done considerable research
and have talked with many people
in both an official and unofficial
capacity in an effort to arrive at a
course of action in the best inter
est of all," said Creasy. "As a re
sult of this the committee has un
animously agreed that any increase
in fees should be strongly oppos
ed," he continued.
The student body president said
that the plan of action which he
ard the committee will take ag
ainst the proposed raise has not
been decided upon yet. He men
tioned several courses of action
however, which included appear
ing before the Legislaturt, writing
to the legislators and personal
contacting the members of
'Although our plan of Jct:on
h not been as yet determined, j
we are determined to make a
j' goud' fight :' against proposed tse
i ibises, said Creasy.
In giving reasons why he is tak
ing a stand against dorm fee rai
ses. Creasy said, "For one thing,
I feel that while there are manv
students here in school that can
well afford to pay the cost as it is
J row and take care of a raise, I a"i
mainly concerned with how marv
primising students will be kept
cut altogether by a raise."
Creasy said that the establisned
minimum cost of attending UNC
has doubled from $475 in 1938 t
i "We as students and the men of
the state as our legislative repre-
or the cornerstones of University
tradition is that the doors have
been kept oofn. to nmHfied aprH
canfs irrespective of financial cir
cumstances." said the student bo- j
"Also." he continued, "!here ire
many living distinguished alumni
of this university that could nt
have come here at all except for
that tradition, not excepting the J
Governor himself." !
"For these reasons," concluded
Creasy," and because I feel tha.
tn limit mir stuHpnt hnHv lwmisp
,,f hirh exnenses todav would lim-!
it the leadership o four state to - j
Kollegian In College
According to a story appearing in yesterday's Durham Morning
Herald, "A former faculty member of the Kollege of Musical Know
ledge is going back to school.
"Georgia Carroll, who was married to the old professor Kay
Kyser while serving on his staff, has enrolled as a special student at
the University of North Carolina," said the story.
Miss Carroll, who said that she has audited courses here before,
will take a course in sketching this semester, according to The
From Infantile Paralysis Group:
Pediatrics Dept, Of Medical
School Gets $29,683 Grant
The Pediatrics Department of j Dr. Edward C. Curnen Jr., pro
the UNC Medical School has re-j fessor and head of the Pediatrics
ceived a grant from the National j Department, will head the research
Foundation for Infantile Paraly- staff. Dr. Curnen and his associa
sis. i tes have established laboratory
The grant, amounting to $29,- rrocedures aireadv which will aid
l ts.j, was anoitea ior researcn on
practical methods for distinguish-!
f ing between non-paralytic poli j
and other diseases with similar j
APO's Book Exchange
Is Now In Operation
The student book exchange run , to the exchange, set their own
by Alpha Phi Omega is now in j prices and fill out the claim forms
full operation in New East Annex, j One of these forms the student
The book exchange will be run 1 will keep, one APO will have ami
on a strictly non-profit basis wit!- one will be placed in the bock,
only a 10 percent fee of the book ' When the book has been sola.
price charged by APO.
The system is set up so that
students bring their used books
Two Profs See
Go On Sale
Two professors in the Universi'y
Sociology Department saw their
book go on sale here Tuesday.
Rupert B. Vance and Nicholas
J Demerath, editors of the boot-.
The Urban South, were assisted by
Chapel Hillians F. Stuart Charm
Jr., associate professor of city
planning; Floyd Hunter, associate
professor in the School of Social
Work; Elizabeth Fink, executive
and editorial assistant in social
se'ence, and Sara Smith, now an
instructor in the sociology de-'
partment at Woman's College.
The volume consists of a series- i
of studies on the process of the j
South's urbanization. Cost of 'the j
Look is $5. It was released by the
The book is on exhibition in
the front hall of the University t
20-Cent Days Gone
The price of cigarettes at Graham Memorial, formerly 20 centa,
has increased to 23 cents per package.
The cigarette machine in the first-floor hail, in the past geared
to receive two dimes, now requires 25 cents for operation, returning
two cents change.
Jim Wallace, director of Graham Memorial, says any decrease
or increase in the price of cigarettes is a result of Graham Memorial
policies, and not of the University.
All profits derived from the cigarettes go directly to the student
union, as they have done in the past, he said, and the reason for the
increase was stated as being an opportunity to enlarge the student
union budget, and thereby aid the students who participate in Stu
dent Union Activities, according to Wallace.
pp'osif ion To
Members of the committee which
.has ben studying the proposed
committee with Creasy are Mis;
I.uth Jones, Louis Brumfield, flss
Sandra Wax, Bob Wilson, Miss
Nan Brown, Miss Nancy Whisnan,
Martin Jordan. Joel Fleishman.
Charlie Hyatt, Raymond Taylod,
FH Xnrnmr onH Rill QaHJcfrm
lD identif'inS the viruses recover-
ea om bIood' Iecal mples, or
other specimens from patients
with suspected polio.
APO will notify the student a-J
he will collect his price.
Hours for the book exchange
are from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. dai-y j semester for the Monogram Club , mond Paty, member of the thr i- -imd
until noon on Saturdays. The j has been drawn up, according to j man board of directors of the
book exchange will run throueh , club president Wilbur Jones. I Tennessee Valley Authority to! i
Two UNC Students Arc
Fined In Traffic Court
Two UNC students were fined
in court her'? this week.
Charles S. Ackerman, 121 W
Rosemary St., was served a war
rant this week in Town Hall for
parking at a fire hydrant.
Ackerman, whose home address
is 210 W. 90th St., New York, N. j
Y., was re'eased on a S50 bond. ;
It was his second offense sinc?,ing the Easter season.
TRI DELT SUPPER
Delta Delta Delta will give a
jpagetti supper as its annual scho
larship benefit Sunday from 6 un
til 8 p. m.
The supper will be held at the .
Tri Delta house and the tickets j
may be obtained from any Tii
Delta for $1 each.
Chief Will Carry Out
Student body President Tom Creasy said yesterday that
he will appear before the Faculty Council this afternoon to
express opposition to certain parts of the new cut system
which was' voted into existence by the Council last Nov. i.
According to Creasy, his appearance will be the result of a
resolution presented to the stu- -
dent Legislature by Manning
Muntzing and Max Crohn anu
passed by that body which op
posed some parts of the system.
After the resolution had been 1
signed by him as president of the,
student body, Muntzing and Crohn
began research on the cut system
and also formulated arguments
against parts of it, according to!
been working with
Manning for the last few days,!
end ... I vs ill present the argu
ment lor the student body before
the Faculty Council." Creasy said.
The bill passed by the student!
Legislature at its last session
which favored certain changes in
the cut ruling was introduced andi "scripts should be between 1.500
voted upon at the same meeting. nd 5-0 words long, typewritten
The group suspended its rules to hnd unsigned. The author's nam
facilitate the vote. and address should be attached on
The recommended changes j ;i separate sheet of paper,
which were proposed for the con- The Jud-'s thls -vear be M
sideration of the General Coun-lDons Betts- winner of the 105 i
cil of the faculty, were: that un-!
HororaHiiMos takina i.rCA
ed in the General Catalogue for,
advanced undergraduate and grad
uate, and junior and senior elec-
tives, be put on attendance pro-
bation after missing 20 per cent -test win do April l. Winning
of their classes; that such stu ' entries will be published in tiv!
dents be dropped from the course Pr'inS Quarterly. The judges re
in question after missing 25 per servc tbe riht to withhold the a
cent of the classes; that the dean wards if, in their opinions, the cn
of the school or college in which, tries do not deserve them,
the student is registered determ-1 Last year, the winning story was
ine whether the student will re- Louise Hardman's "The Lost
main in residence after dropping Beach." It was first printed in the
two or more courses; and that Quarterly, then in Mademoiselle,
the "work taken up while a stu-, women's magazine,
dent was in unexcused absence be)
made up at the convenience of I
the student and the instructor. !
A list of plans for the-spring
J These plans include continued i in audience here last week.
.sponsorship of the Blue-White j "There is a necessity for free
j football game which climaxes j dom of the mind and freedom ot
spring football practice. The game- j disagreement if we are to com
j Will probably be played on March' tr adequate solutions of the pro-
i o iv:. n. : . : i l i . r . u . onu . .
x. ims jcdi. viau in luiiuct riiuii ;
with the Blue-White game, the j
club will sponsor a "Miss Elujj
and White" contest for a queen to J
reign over the game, Jones said. '
Trophies will be awarded at the!
j game to the varsity coach of the j
j year and the freshman coach, as j
f chosen hv the club. The winning '
team will also receive a trophv. I
The club is also planning tj
r;p0nsor a Dartv for orphans dur- I
To Be Telecast
The Duke-Carolina clash to
night in Woollen Gym will be
televised over WUNC-TV, ac
cording to Athletic Director
Erickson said previous fric
tion between Big Four school
as to the tetevising of contests
has been settled.
Actual telecast will begin with
the freshman game between th
Baby Devils and the Tar Babies
at 6:30 p. m.
Erickson said he still was not
sure whether the N. C. State
Carolina game here later this
month will be televised.
"Inverting certain- patterned ma
trices occunng in statistics" will
be the subject of a talk by S. N
Koy, professor of statistics, at the
meeting of the Colloquium Hall.
Discussion will follow his talk.
For the fifth year in a row, the
Carolina Quarterly is running a
fiction contest, but now there .ir
two prizes instead of one.
In previous years, a prize of SZC
has been awarded to the writer of
the best short story. This year, ai
addit ional prize of S25 will be giv
en to the runner-up.
Authors must be enrolled in
Consolidated University at the
time their work is submitted. Man-
Mademoiselle College Fiction Cn-
1 TL T " I. t
' WUNC's American Adventure a.ui
instructor in the Ra(iio Depart
ment. Te deadline for all entries in the
Open & Free
"Our colleges and universities
must remain open and free as .i
means of seeking the truth in this
arre of some hysteria." Dr. Rav-
ijiem ui uiv .yin ceniury, ih-
Dr. Paty, formerly president ':
the University of Alabama and
chancellor of the University o
Georgia, spoke before Emory Un:-
versify alumni from the Chanel
Hill-Durham-Rtileigh area at ;:
dinner session in the Carolina Inn
There are some 100 Emory ;il
mni in the area, said William
Gc - er of tho UNC social science
j faculty. Geer pointed out thrit
. similar meetings of the univer-i-;
ty's alumni are being held at thi ;
j time all over the country.
Eugene Mertzbacher of the phv
sics department will speak on "Po
larization in High Energy Scat'-r
ing and the Nuclear Shell Mode!,"
end Professor F. Burton Jones of
the math department will disci: .v
"An Elementary Two Color Prob
lem" at the meeting of the Elish:i
Mitchell Scientific Society to he
held at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday in Co
INTERNATIONAL DANCE GRO'iP
The International Folk Dpnce
Group will meet at 7 p. m. Sunday
at Hillel House, 210 W. Cameroi;
(See WHAT GOES, page 4)
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