c:i.?zii hill, r. c.
You can't can-can like a candi
date can, avers the editor. See edi
torial column, p. 2, for comment
on election day.
Cloud, cool and chance of rain
today, with expected high of 58.
VOL. LVII NO4. 127
It is of vital importance that
the stateman- and military man
collaborate in formulation of for
eign policy, United States Army
Chief of Staff Gen. Matthew B.
Ridgway emphasized last night in
an address in Memorial HalL
..General Ridgway, who was in
troduced by UNC Chancellor R.
B. House, said, "The mil
. itary man is an adviser and an
executor, not a formulator, not
an advocate, with regard to the
basic national policies determined
by the civilian authorities of the
government. " '
"Bearing in mind, however, that
war is a device for achieving na
tional objectives by force, it is
therefore fought to achieve poli
tical goals thus, a military means
to a political end."
The means for attaining an end
from a vital factor and must be
available, he said. "Hence, the
political policy maker must right
ly look to the military man for
sound, impartial opinion and fact
concerning military means and
- .General 'Ridgway, whose appear
ance was sponsored by the Caro
lina Forum, non-partisan student
organization, presented views on
the effect of foreign relations up
on military operations and de
scribed the Army's role in peace
and wan Bob Young, Asheville,
Forum vice-chairman, presided.
General and Mrs. Ridgway were
guests at a 6:30 p.m. private din
ner in the Pine Room of the Car
olina Inn, and a reception in the
Main Lounge in Graham Memorial
was held immediately following
: All candidates in spring elec
tions who have not turned in
expense accounts must do so to
day, and pay a SI fine, or be
disqualified, said Elections Board
Chairman Patsy Daniels yester
day. Galvin Recital
Mrs. Violet Galvin, soprano, will
present a senior recital in Hill Hall
tonight at 8 o'clock.
Accompanied by Henry Miller,
she will sing works by Brahms,
Stfauss, Lalo, Duparc, Moussorgsky,
Rakov, Rachmaninoff, Puccini, Bar
ber, Stevens and Britten.
Sirs Galvin is a student of Assis
tant Professor Joel Carter of the
Candidates for seats in the stu
dent Legislature in dorm men's
I are Teddy Kemp (SP), Al Laugh
inghouse (SP), Ned Meekins (UP)
and Buzz Merritt (UP).
From dorm men's II: Will Conn
(UP), Ed Gaines (UP), John
Heath (SP), Jim Holmes (SP).
From dorm men's HI: (year
seat) Jerry Clark (SP), Tom Da
vis (UP), Jerry Martin (UP), An
dy Milnor (SP). .
Six months seat: Ray Long (SP),
Hugh Upton (UP).
Candidates for dorm- men's IV
arc: Bennie Craven (SP), Harley
Gilleland (SP), Tom Lambeth
(SP), Lloyd Lohr (UP), Phil Ma
lone (UP), John Raper (UP) and
Vade Rhoades (SP).
For dorm men's V are: Gees Da
vis (SP), Larry McElroy (SP), Jay
Walker (UP), John Zollicoffer
Dorm women: Susan Andes
(UP), Donna Ashcraft (SP), Sue
Fink (SP), Barbara Fleshman
(UP), Ann Miser (SP), and Ann
Town merfs I: Charles Ashby
(SP); Charlie Covell (UP), Char
lie Johnson (UP), Bill Maready
(SP), Bill Moore (SP), and Meb
ane Prichett (UP).
Town men's II: Allen Bader
(SP), Luther Hodges Jr. (SP)and
UP), Bill Morgan (UP).
Town men's III: Jerry Boudreau
(SP), Bill Cyr (SP), Bill Elder
(UP), Bob Hornik (UP), Dan
Turner (SP), Milke Weinman
Town women: Kit Malloy (UP),
Jackie Wilkins (SP and UP).
President of Student Body
S , ' veie- for ORi ' , - " .
O l'wr-ER "Vrndependent) , , I -
' Q ED McClTORY tUlV ' . V
rJ MANNING MUNZIXG tPP " " .'
Vice-President of . Student Body
ot for on
Q JACK STEVKCS CUE) .
Secretary "of Student Body
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P .jans Cocke cupj
Q..j6an; palmer csp ;
. Treasurer, of Student Body
. t irot for one) , '
JOS COHRHLL SP
nil MARTIN (Up) .
, Head Cheerleader '
' (vol for on)
PEPPER TICE vSctect. R?ari
Editor of The Dai iv. Tar .Heel
fj LOUIS KKAAK anO, El YODKH .
President of Carolina
Athletic Association ,
, . - (volft for on)
Vice-President "of Carolina
- AtKjetic Association , ,.- .
JIMMY KAUGff UP;
Cotton tst ,
Sample of Today's Ballot
Official ballot for top officers in today's election is shewn above.
Other ballots will be voted upon in various districts for student
Legislature seats, constitutional amendments and other offices.
It's going to be easy for stu
dents to vote today. The ballot
boxes are going to be close at
Polls will be open from 8:30 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Students will need their
Students who live in a dormi
tory can vote right there in the
dorm or at Lenoir Hall.
Town men I (southern section of
Chapel Hill south of Cameron Ave.
extended) rote in the Victory Vil
lage entrance, Scuttlebutt, Ger
rard Hall or or Big or Little Fra
Town men H (rectangle bounded
by W. Cameron Ave., S. Columbia
A gentleman in the business
of student politics gave us a
good argument for not allowing
18-year-olds to vote.
"Why," he asked, "should
students be allowed to vote in
national elections when they are
18, when no more than 50 per
cent of them vote in campus
He is right. Records show last
fall's election drew to the polls
something . like 48 per cent of
the students enrolled in the Un
iversity. About 56 percent of the stu
dents voted in last spring's elec
tion. Both elections were singular
ones. Dave Reid's "leniency bill"
the most controversial thing
to come out of student Legisla
ture in pur time .was put be
fore the campus for a vote. It
was voted down, but less than
half the students, used their
Complete UP) Wire Service
Places To Be
St., W. Franklin St. and Mill Rd)
vote in the Scuttlebutt, Gerrard
Hall or Big and Little Fraternity
Town men III (all other men
students) vote at the ATO House
Scuttlebutt or Gerrard Hall.
Town women (women students
not living in University-owned buil
dings and women in sorority hou
ses) vote in the Scuttlebutt, Ger
rard Hall or the entrance to Vic
Under the student Constitution,
no campaign literature or no per
son trying to "advance the interesl
of any candidate" will be allowed
(See VOTING, page 4.)
FOWLER, MUNTZING, McCURRY
...you pick the winner
rig in. r
Last spring, Charles Kuwait
and Tom Peacock were running
for editorship of The Daily Tar
Heel. It was by far the hottest
race of the year, with Candidate
Peacock calling a Kuralt man a
liar, and Candidate Kuralt say-
Peacock was scampering
cover whenever the real
issues came out." Yet only 56
percent of the students voted
It is entirely correct for the
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CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1955
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PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES DON
Independent . . . ;
THE BIG THREE fOR PRESIDENT:
SP Candidate Muhtzing
The following is a record of Stu
dent Party presidential candidate
The information was submitted
by his campaign headquarters.
The candidate's full name is Le
wis Manning Muntzing. He wa
born on June 24, 1934, in Harrison- j
burg, Va. He now lives in Moore- j
field, W. Va. He is a Presbyterian, j
Muntzing weighs 150 pounds and j
he stands 6'. i
During his high school days the j
candidate was president of the stu
dent body, editor of the school
newspaper, president senior class,
editor of the school yearbook, pres
ident of the National Honor So
ciety and salutatorian of his class.
He received two scholarships for
debating, an award for outstanding
iournalism and a citizenship award.
He was a member of the National
Muntzing is a history major here
with an average of A.
' His student government activi
ties include membership on the
Budget Committee, President's Ex
ecutive Committee and National
He has been a member of the
student Legislature for three years
i and chairman of the Executive
state lawmakers to wonder if
18-yervT-olds ' dare enough, or
are mature enough, to vote in
At Carolina, where the absurd
promise registers in the voter's
ear as the Gospel, where looks
and speaking ability and wit
come before platform and men
tal ability and energy, where
half or less than half of the
students vote on matters and
people directly affecting them,
Although we will make no
predictions about today's elec
tion, we will guess that a run
off vote will be held for presi
dent of the student body.
Polling places are located on
first floors of every dormitory
this year. There are stairs lead
ing to voting places from the
second and third floors F.P.
, ED McCURRY .
Committee, Ways and Means Com- j
mittee, Finance Committe and So- j versity Party presidential candi
dal Improvements Committee. He ! date Ed McCurry.
has worked on Bipartisan Selection-: The information was submitted by
Boards and with the Interdormi-;
tory Court. - I
Muntzing has been president of
Aycock dorm and of the IDC. He
has also been president of Phi Eta
(See MUNTZING'S, page 4.)
Independent Don Fowler:
The following information is a Board of Directors and the Men's
record of Don Fowler, independent Interdormitory Council. He hss also
candidate for the post of student j
body president. :
The information was submitted !
by Fowler's campaign headquarters, j
The independent candidate's full j
name is Donald Owen Fowler. He j
was born in Winston-Salem on
September 2, 1934. He is a Metho-'
Fowler weighs 165 pounds and j
stands 5' 10 H". I
During his high school years the !
candidate was a class officer for
three years and a member of the
Debating Club, National Honor So-
Club. He also played on the foot
ball and baseball teams and was a
member of the track team. He was
voted as the member of his grad
uating class who was most likely
The presidential candidate is an
English major here with an average
of B plus .
His student government activi
ties here have included the post of
treasurer of the student body,
membership in the student Legis
lature for two sessions, member
of the Interdormitory Council Court
and of the Dance Committee. Dur
ing his sophomore year Fowler was
president of Joyner Dormitory.
His other activities have included
work in the President's Cabinet,
the Consolidated University Stu
dent Council, Graham Memorial
Women students who are bal
lot counters, campaign mana
gers or candidates will be giv
en leave until midnight tonight,
following action by the Women's
Residence Council and the Of
fice of the Dean of Women, ac
cording to a statement from the
Office of the Dean of Women.
Late leave will not be given
to any , woman student unless
she is in one of these three
categories, according to the
Offices In Graham
ents Vote loda'y lo
oecTiosn u mis veas;
I UP Candidate Ed McCurry:
The following is a record of Uni-,
McCurry's campaign headquarters.
The UP candidate's full name is
Edgar Woodfin .McCurry Jr. He is
from Shelby. He 's a Baptist. He
was born July 3, 1934.
been chairman of the Budget Com
mittee and of the House Rules
(See FOWLER'S, page 4.)
Students Vote On 4
Changes In Law Today
Following is a proposed' amendment to the. student
Constitution, which will be presented to the student
body in a vote tdoay. This is the fourth' such amend
ment. The other three would (1) Place certain duties
on student government's Attorney General; (Y) Deal
with the structure, power and officers of the Interdoi
niitory Council, and 0) Allow a student nurse on the
Women's Council. This one, termed by most obseveis
as the most imjortant proposed amendment, would re
vise structure of the Student Council.
A RESOLUTION CALLING FOR A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
TO RECONSTITUTE THE STUDENT COUNCIL AND ITS
Whereas: Under the present provisions in- Article II, Section 3,. Sub
section (a), there are no effective means of ensuring that the Student
Council will be composed of students who are suitably qualified and
experienced to serve on a court that hears appeals from all the lower
courts on campus; and,
Wliereas: The provision in Article II, Section 4, whereby the accused,
if granted a retrial, is sent back to the original court for retrial is
not healthy, efficient, or in accord with our state and national judi
cial systems; and,
Whereas: The list of rights of the accused as provided for in Article
n. Section 4, Subsection (c) are incomplete; and,"
"Whereas: Subsection (d) of the same Article and Section does not allow
for the change in composition of the Student Council proposed for
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE STUDENT LEGISLATURE
OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA THAT
Article I Article n, Section 3, of the student Constitution be amended
to read: 1
a. The Student Council shall be composed of one member of the Men's
Council, Women's Council, Law School Court, Interfraternity Council
Court, Interdormitory Council Court and Dental School Court, to
be elected by and from these judicial bodies in the spring elections,
one woman elected from the women students in the spring, one mem
ber of the Men's Council, Women's Council, Medical School Court and
Dance Committee, to be elected by and from these judicial bodies in-
' the fll election, and one man elected from the men students in the
(See AMENDMENTS, page four.)
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McCurry weighs 180 pounds and
During his high school years the
candidate was a class officer at
Shelby High School, which he first
attended. He was salutatorian of
his graduating class of the United
States Capitol Page School, which
he later attended. He was also
honored by the District of Colum
bia Rotary Club as the outstanding
1952 graduate of the U. S. Capitol
Page School. He also appeared on
r aye r.mcrson s leieviMuir snow iui ;
outstanding work as U. S. Senate
McCurry is a political science
(See McCURRY'S, page 4.)
FOUR PAGES TODAY
UNC students will vote to
day in the hie.t campus
election ol the school year.
'Fop student oil ices stu
dent body president, vice-president,
secretary, -treasurer, head
cheerleader, editor of The Daily
Tar Heel, president of Carolina
Athletic Assn. and CAA vice-president
will be at stake.
Students will vote on 26 scats
in student Legislature.
Men's and Women's Honor
Councils and the Student Coun
cil will be elected.
Runoff vote, if needed, will be
heid April 5.
Three candidates are running
for student body president. Indc
nendent Don Fowler, University
Party's Ed McCurry and Student
Party's Manning Munlzing havo
entered the race.
Student body President Tom
Creasy has challenged the stu
dents to a 75 percent vote today.
Creasy said yesterday that in
the past elections over 50 per
cent of the students have voted
and he believes that today the
sruanTs can top this, bringing
the vpte close to 4,500.
Chairman of the Elections
Board Patsy Daniels said she
believes the vote today will be
a "little better than 4,000."
Miss Daniels said last spring's
election turned out about 3, COO
Vice-president candidates are
Bob Harrinston (SI') and Jack
Two coeds, Miss Jane Vociv
(UP) and Miss Joan Palmer (SP)
are running for student body sec-
j Joe Carrel (SP) and Jim Mar
I tin (UP) are running for trcas
"Collie" Collison and "Pepper"
J Ticc are running for position of
i head cheerleader. Tice has eA
; dorsement of the Bipartisan Se
: lection Board. Another candidate,
T: G. Homesley, is running for
j head cheerleader as a write-in
!the daily tar heel
i Two students, Ed Yoder an3
j Louis Kraar, arc running for co
I editorship of The Daily Tar Heel,
j They are unopposed,
j For president of the Carolina
j Athletic Assn., Jim Beatty (UP)
! and Roland Perdue (SP) are run
i Jimmy Raugh (UP) and Ed Sut
ton (bP) are running lor vice
president of the Carolina Athletic
Polling hours, according to
Elections Board Chairman Patsy
Daniels, will run from 8:30 this
morning to 6 p.m.
Men's Honor Council
In the Men's Honor Council, the.
following are seeking the soph
omore seat: Sonny Evans, Macan
Patton, Kelly Maness.
Quincy Ayscue, Bob Jacobus, Bill
Morgan, Townsend Holt and Mc
bane Pritchctt arc seeking the ju
Senior seat: Dick Baker, Don
Huntington, Noel Petree, Graham
Shanks, Earl Garctt, Charles Kat
zenstein and Robert Pullman.
Candidates for the Student Coun
cil are Sally Cowles, Jane Ed
wards, Jane Howie and Jean Ro
bertson. Seats-at-large in the Student
Council: Jim Allen, Buddy Harper,
Bob Kimzey, Pat Patrick, Jim
Taugh and Mike Soper.