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The University's Chancellor
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for today's editorial page. See p. 2.
VOL. LVII NO. 119
Complete Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1955
Offices In GroTiam Memorial
FOUR PACES TODAY
raws rrom P;aDly l ar
Endorses Brumfield For
Senior Class Candidgfes
McCurry Wants More
Concern With Students
...Ed, McCurry, University. Party j the closer contact by issuing pe
presidential candidate, . stressed 1 riodic reports to The Daily Tar
the importance of a more active
interest on the part of student
government officials in the needs
of individual students in a state
ment released yesterday.
He said, that there are many
problems of a less extensive na
ture that effect only certain groups
"I don't want anything that may
interest any student to be over
looked," said McCurry. "I want at
tention given to the minority as
well as the majority."
In his statement the presidential
candidate proposed to accomplish
Poetrv Needs 'Submission'
. Frost Touches Many
Subjects In Lecture
Robert Frost, whose poems have Frost's reading-lecture here was
been interpreted many ways by 1 sponsored by the University De-
many people, last night told a
Hill Hall audience' a little bit about i
reading poetry. " '
"The bottom of it, all," .said, the
poet-author-lecturer, is in "sub
mission." Frost defined "submis
sion" as the ability to "lie back
and take (poetry) .until it's done
what it had in it to you."
Vance Inn of Phi Delta Phi, in
ternational legal fraternity, has
announced its pledge class for
The neophytes will be Initiated
into the brotherhood next week.
The initiation will be held jointly
with Ruffin Inn of Wake Forest
College and Hughes Inn of Duke
University Law School. Presiding
over the ceremony will be Chief
Jifstice M. V. Barnhill; Associate
Justice J. Wallace Winborne; As
sociate Justice Emery B. Denny,
former Chief Justice W. A. Devin
of the North Carolina Supreme
Court, and Francis J. Fairley, Pro
vince 4, President of the national
organization. After the initiation
there will be a speakers banquet
at- the Carolina Country Club in
Raleigh with Dean S. D. -G. Ribble
of the University ( of Virginia Law
School as guest speaker.
-Honorary initiates are Associate
JUistice R- Hunt Parker of Roan
oke Rapids and ' Associate Justice
Wiliam H. Bobbitt of Charlotte.
Law students being initiated are
James A. Alspaugh, Greensboro;
Richmond G. Bernhardt, Lenoir;
Spencer L. Blaylock, Greensboro;
David R. Cockman, Ramseur;
James P. Crews, Winston-Salem.
Arthur S. C. DeBerry, Tarboro;
John D. Ellqr, Jr., Winston-Salem;
Jack T. Hamilton, Smithfield;
Lewis H. Parham, Jr., Charlotte;
Thomas P. Peacock, Alexandria,
Robert H. Sapp, Reynolda; Bo
Snyder, Chapel Hill; Hubert O.
Teer, Jr., Durham, and Charles
M. White in, Manson.
Blue & White Winner
Mi Jackie Van Hook is win
ner of the Monogram Club's an
nual Miss Blue and White con
test, according to Club President
Wilbur Jones last night.
More detailed account of the
contest will be in tomorrow's
Daily Tar Heel.
Help Students Around The
Heel which would contain a report
on all executive activities.
McCurry also- expressed in his
statement a desire to take student
government to the basic levels of
campus life by attending dormi
tory meetings and other group as
semblies such as the Interfrater
nity Council and "the Women's
Residence Council. He . said that
his purpose in attending these
meetings would be to make him
self available for questions" and
discussions which may effect those
areas relative the student ' government.
partment of English., Frost spoke
to a capacity crowd in Hill Hall.
The poet commented; on several
areas of life, and recited : IT X his
Frost, who has been "coming to
Chapel Hill since the 1920's, said
"Education gives you the nicest
little towns in the United States;
. . . never mind whether they edu
cate or not." He defined the coun
try's segregation problem as not a
question of "color line," but of
"the Mason-Dixon line."
As to interpretation of his po
etry, Frost said he didn't mind a
person's understanding of it, "but
I hope it'll have a little connection
with what I said."
"The coffee breaks were a
booming success," said Jack Ste
vens, co-chairman of Greek Week,
Coffee breaks were held by the
sororities for pledges in connec
tion with Greek Week.
Greek Week is the week of ac
tivities instituted by fraternities
to replace the traditional Heil
Tonight fraternities will give
exchange dinners so pledge class
es may get to know one another.
A late show will be held at the
Varsity for pledges at 11:30 to
night, said Stevens.
Cleaning up Victory Village,
this year's pledge project, will oc
cupy initiates Friday afternoon.
Winding up the week's events
is the banquet in Lenoir Hall, Fri
day night. Trophies will be awar
ded for Field Day activities and
for the best pledge class.
Burt Veazy is the other co
chairman of Greek Week.
MEN'S SELECTION BOARD
The Bipartisan Board for selec
tion of candidates to run for seats
on the Men's Honor Council in the
spring elections will meet tonight
at 7 o'clock in the Men's Council
Room of Graham Memorial. The
seats open on the Council are for
thre seniors, one junior, and one
By NEIL BASS
The Student Party last night
endorsed Lewis Brumf ield as' a
candidate for UNC head cheer
leader. Frank Warren, lately at . odds
with the Cobb Dormitory: presi
dent on political issues, nominat
ed him. The final selection of
cheerleaders will be made by a
bipartisan board. So the party has
just given Brumfield a vote oi
The session, attended by only
a handful of people, was called
by the SP to wind up its candi
Three posts were filled with
nominees, however, for senior
dl ass ' offices. Like most of the
nominations of the night, accla
mation was given to Shirley Jor
dan for secretary, Susan Fuchs
for treasurer, and Ancy Hoover
for social chairman.
- In ' legislative nominations no
minees were selected in town
men's ni; Dan Turner, Bill Cyr
and Jerry Brodreau;
In town men's I: Charles Ashby,
Dan Wallace and Bill Moore. In
dorm men's III: Andy Milnor, and
town women's: Jackie Wilkins.
The following slate of nomin
ees was approved by the SP for
sophomore class officers: Dave
Weinberger; treasurer, and Nancy
Nasseur, ' social chairman. Other
posts had been previously selec
The Junior Playmakers, a spe
cial feature of the summer session
sponsored by the Department of
Dramatic Arts, will be revived
this year by the Carolina Playmak
ers after having been discontinued
for several years.
The. students will gain practical
experience in acting and stage pro
duction through rehearsals and
performances of both the senior
and junior. Playmakers.
Special instructors who have
been appointed to assist with the
high school sessions are Louise
Lamont, head of the Lamonf
School of Creative Dramatics in
Chapel Hill, as instructor of act
ing; Josephina Niggli, playwright
author and Professor of Dramatic
Art at Woman's College, Greens
boro, as instructor in play writing:
Harvey Whetstone, graduate stu
dent at the University, as instruc
tor. . of stagecraft, and William
O'Sullivan, star of "Almanac,"
WUNC-TV, as instructor in voice
SAYS CONDUCTOR JOHNSON:
By ED MYERS
"If you can be anything else,
be it, but if you find yourself
trapped, then go "ahead and en
joy the music profession."
This is the advice that Thor
Johnson, conductor of the Cin
cinnati Symphony Orchestra
and Carolina graduate, gives to
all aspiring musicians.
Before assuming the Memor
ial Hall podium Tuesday night,
which stood near the spot where
Dave Brubeclc "started" and
"stopped" his quartet no more
than a week before, Johnson
talked excitedly about the class
of '34 and how things have
"When I was in school here
(Candidates Yoder and Kraar
answer Mundy's vnthdrawal; see
story this column.) '
. "I will not be a candidate
for editor as an independent,"
announced David Mundy yes
terday. Mundy opposed co-candidates
Kraar and Yoder for ; edi
torship of The Daily Tar Heel,
He sought endorsement from both
the SP and the UP. The ex-columnist
failed to obtain either party's
Mundy, in withdrawing from the
race yestrday, said:
fjtiVnr" m i it ii ''Tn'iiiiaft irr rn Tr VtMi'iiinarff -t fa
.. . . can't fight organization
"I Will not be a candidate for.
editor as an independent. This
does not mean that I feel any less
strongly about the conduct of The
Daily Tar Heel; nor does it sig
( See MUNDY, page 4) ;
Co-candidates Ed Yoder and
Louis Kraar expressed "regret"
upon learning of David Mundy's
withdrawal from The Daily Tar
Heel editorship race yesterday.
In making their statement,
Kraar and Yoder said:
"We learn with regret that Da-.
vid Mundy will not be an inde
pendent candidate fl the edi
torship of The Daily Tar Heel.
"Without meaning to pry into
his personal reasons for withdraw
al, we feel that they are not al
together the reasons he gave in
"We have' appeared in open de
bate with Mr. Mundy before the
two organized political groups. We
have laid our objectives, we think;
(See1 COMBO, page 4)
man .11 . n.dt
music was in its infancy at
Chapel Hill; why, I had more
opportunities to do things than
I would have had ordinarily. I
directed the music for the Play
makers all four years I was
here; then too, the North Car
olina Symphony was just form
ing and there were the small
ensembles and dance bands,"
"One group I remember par
ticularly well was the Carolina
Salon Ensemble." He paused,
and said in a serious tone, "be
sure to spell that with one "o!"
We gave exactly 100 concerts.
I shall always be grateful for
so many opportunities to direct."
(As a matter of fact, Thor
Johnson directed the first or
VALKYRIES COOKE, WALKER, MCCARTHY & BAUMANN
... tapped into society this morning
Muntzing Fears Gars
May Be Banned Here
"U student cars are to. remain,
not just ' this year alone, but for
the future - as well, student ini
tiative on . this problem must . be
forthcoming at . once," said Stu
dent Party presidential candidate
Manning Muntzing in a statement
Muntzing said in his statement
that the problem of cars here has
been mentioned in the report of
the' Visiting Committee of "the
Board of Trustees. ,Tn 1948 Sat
urday classes and the semester
system were also mentioned to
the., trustees, and five years -later
the semester sjystem replaced the
quarter system," said Muntzing.
He added "Representatives of the
faculty, meeting in Raleigh last
week, adopted a measure against
the possession of cars by students
at the University."
"Students and the student gov
ernment" must act upon the prob
lem of cars here, according to
Muhtzing's statement, "if cars are
not to take the route that the
After Investigation Talk:
Legislature To Settle
Down A Little Tonight
Now that the University Party
and the Student Party have picked
their respective candidates for
most of the major student govern
ment offices, the student Legisla
ture can again settle down to busi
ness. The body meets tonight at
Although the last few sessions
have seen few bills passed that
were of major importance to the
student body as a whole, it can-
chestra to ever perform in Me
When asked about progres
sive jazz and Dave Brubeck,
Johnson answered, "I haven't
been able to follow Brubeck but
I did follow Kenton for a while.
The fascinating thing about pro
gressive jazz is that the finest
elements of this form are also
the most important compon
ants of American . contemporary
"The rhythmic patterns and
voicing of various instruments
are also found in the works of
our American composers, main
ly because all of them have had
experience in arranging for
dance bands or playing in
Give Today To Your Campus Ches
quarter system did." ' .' "
."As immediate solutions to tftis
problem," said the presidential
candidate, "I should like to see;
first, a redistricting 6f the present
parking facilities in order that
those restricted areas not present
ly used during the daytime may
be put to their fullest advantage.
This would mean dividing those
parking areas which hae con
stantly been unused into faculty
and student sections. -
Tn the second place," said
Muntzing's stateament, "I should
like to se a student traffic court
established which would handle
student violations of parking on
campus and unregistered cars with
all fines being reverted to stu
dent government. This money
would be used to continue the de
frayment of the cost of campus
palicement and secondly, to be
used to the best interest of the
student body, preferably in a fund
for the future .building of a new
student union," added Muntzing.
not be said that the meetings were
dull. For while the legislators
didn't have bills to haggle over,
they took to "investigating" and
even, in the case of- Lewis Brum
field and Frank Warren,- having
personal feuds among themselves.
The investigation, came as a re
sult of an accusation that The
Daily Tar Heel was lacking in
"quality." One legislator even went
to the extreme and called The
Daily Tar Heel the "second Daily
Worker." (The legislator later said
the newspaper was not Commu
nist.) Now that the group has a busy
agenda coming up, they won't have
time for alll these incidents.
The bills to be voted on tonight
are SP-introduced measures to
give the Legislature another rep
resentative on the Graham Me
morial Board of Directors and, to
give the nurse's dormitory a rep
resentative on the Women's Honor
' UP-introduced measures are:
One to give the attorney general
of the student government more
power; one to appropriate funds
to the All Campus Conference
and, one to give the Dance Com
mittee funds to publish a booklet
about Carolina traditions to send
to surrounding women's colleges
so they will be more familiar with
- zJk y 1
j ma nazai 11
Cooke And Walker
Four senior coeds were tapped for membership in The
Valkyries, highest women's honorary .organization on cam
pus, this morning in secret, pre-dawn ceremonies.
Bebe Baumann of Lakewood, Ohio; Amy Cooke of
Bethesda, Md.; Jacqueline McCar--
thy of Norfolk, Va., and Barbara
Walker of Rye, N. Y., were the
four brought into the Valkyries
group, which now numbers 13 ac
tive members. .
Founded at UNC in 1941, the
organization . replaced Alpha Kap
pa Gamma, national honorary so
ciety, and corresponds to the lo
cal highest men's honorary , so
ciety, Order of the Golden Fleece.
.Membership, which is limited
to two per cent of the coed stu
dent body, is based on leadership,
scholarship, character and serv
ice to the campus.
; The four newly-tapped coeds
have been prominent in all phases
of . campus life since coming to
Miss Baumann is house mana
ger of Delta Delta Delta Sorority
and on the staff of the Carolina
Quarterly, student literary maga
zine. She acts as chairman of the
Social Responsibility Committee
of the YWCA and serves on the
Y Hospital and Human Relations
Miss Cooke, a member of the
Women's Residence Council and
the Independent Coed Board, is
chairman of the Student Party
Advisory Board and . a member of
the Canterbury Club.
A physical education major,
Miss McCarthy represents Carr
Dormitory in the Women's Ath
letic Association and serves on
the Bible Saudy and Vespers
Committee of the YWCA, Wesley
Guild Worship Committee, and
worked . as orientation adviser.
She is a member of the Hockey
Club and Glee Club.
Miss Walker, a member of Chi
Omega Sorority, serves on the
Panhellenic Council, Women's
Honor Council and House Coun
cil. She is fiction editor for the
Carolina Quarterly, program
chairman of .the YWCA, member
of the University Party, student
legislature and YWCA Human
All nominations for spring
lections must be in by midnight
Friday, according to Patsy Dan
iels, chairman of Elections
The nominations must be
signed by the Dean of Student
Affairs, she added.
A nominations meeting will be
held Tuesday night. All candi
dates must attend, said Miss
Elections are March 29. Run
offs will take place April 5.
$48.79 Raised Here
In Heart Fund Drive
In the recent heart fund drive,
$48.79 has been raised on the. Ca
rolina campus, it was announced
yesterday by the state office of
the drive, headed by Bill Wood.
Wood expressed his thanks to contributors.
wrtw rr;y v.'Ai cwWg vi"-Y -
Spring: University icorkmen
cutting grass in front of Maiv
ning Hall; odor drifting up to
second floor Saunders.
CrossyryedL, toothless Marine
on poster in front of Post Of'
fice; been up there two months,
Label on Chapel Hill man'
holes: "Sanitary Sewer."
The Bipartisan Board to endorse
candidates for next year's head
cheerleader will hold interviews
The board will meet in the
Council Room of Graham Memori
al. The meeting will begin at 4
p.m. Anyone wishing to be inter
viewed should be there by 4:40,
according to Jim Fountain, present
head cheerleader. He said the
meeting will last as long as is nec
essary to interview all persons who
have arrived by 4:30.
Fountain requested as many
students as have any interest in
the post to be on hand for the in
terviews. Those endorsed by the
board will be placed on the spring
elections ticket. Anyone may run
Applicants will be quizzed as to
their character, qualifications and
ideas for bettering the cheerlead
ing system in its effect, according
to Fountain. He said new yells
and cheerleading formations are
examples of the ideas that the
board will welcome from aspirants.
The board will also conduct an
orientation to advise candidates of
existing policies and plans, said
Copies of Max Shulman Revisit
ed, a collection of some Philip
Morris Max Shulman columns,
have placed around campus by
Philip Morris and Company.
The copies may be obtained free
by the students. A company rep
resentative said yesterday the
pamphlets would be put in places
around the campus such as the Y,
Monogram Club and the Scuttle
butt. The columns contained in the
pamphlets are those entitled I Was
Awarded A Ribbon and Promptly
Put In My Typewriter, What
Every Young Coed Should Wear,
Clothes Make The BMOC, Science
Made Simple Numbers 1 and 2
and The Treehouse Of The August