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L. LV1I NO. 150
Complete (P) Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SUNDAY, MAY 1, 1955
Offices In Graham Memorial
FOUR PAGES TODAY
Exhibits, Grav T
In Parents Day
The fifth annual Parents' Day will be held on campus today, sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega, Carolina's service fra
The program which has been planned by APO for UNC students and their parents is
At i i a.m. students and their parents have been invited fto attend the church of their pr
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Two East Carolina students
have been suspended from their
dormitory and another has been
allowed to withdraw from
school as a result of Thursday
night's panty raid.
Ordered to live off-campus
but allowed to remain in school
on probation, were Milford Pete
(See RAIDERS, page 3)
JULIUS CAESAR & CALPURNIA IN PLAYMAKERS SHOW
. . . Walter Smith & Jan Saxon play t)te parts
uiius Caesar Set
or Next Weekend
ie cast for Julius Caesar, the
lina Playmakers tinal pro
ion of this season, was an
iced here yesterday by Di
r Thomas M. Patterson of the
ie famous Shakespearean
,ic will be produced outdoors
ie Forest Theatre next Friday,
rday and Sunday.
aying Julius Caesar will be
:er L. Smith, with James Se
st as Octavius Caesar; Don
t, as Marcus Antonius; Rob
Sonkowsky, as Marcus Brutus,
Donnell Stoneman, as Cassius.
her roles will be played by
y Chronaki, Al Gordon, Lloyd
ner, William Casstevens, Gene
iams, James Hager, John By
Jim Heldman, Carl Williams,
y Beaver. '
el L. Fleishman, Harry Coble,
Kennedy, William White,
Williams, Pete Cothran,
Len Bullock, Charles Barrett, Clint
Lindley, Robert Champion, Rob
ert Sneed, John Sneden.
Robert Andrews, Clinton And
rews, Al Isaac, and Nick Lauterer.
Jan Saxon will portray Calpurn
ia, Caesar's wife, and Marion
Rosenweig will play. Portia, wife
of Marcus Brutus. Women attend
ants will be Barbara Beasley, Mary
McGuire and Mary Smith.
John Hamilton is stage manager
for the production and settings
will be designed by James Riley.
June Craft is costumer.
Performances will start at 8:30
Tickets are now- on sale at the
Playmakers business office, 214
Aberncthy Hall. No reserved seats
will be held, according to a the
atre spokesman. In case of rain,
said the spokesman, performances
will be held over.
The University Symphony Or
chestra, under the direction of
Edgar Alden, assistant conductor,
will play in Hill Hall Tuesday at
8 p.m. in a concert sponsored by
the Music Department.
The 60-piece ensemble, com
posed of students, faculty mem
bers and residents of the com
munity, will give the first perform
ance of "Tribute" from Suite for
Orchestra by Roger, McDuffie.
Composer, arranger and trumpet
player, McDuffie is a graduate
student in the Music Department,
cpmpleiing requirements for an
M. A. tl egree and teach mg " cer tif i '
cate. He received his B. A. degree
from UNC in 1949.
Other works on ; the Tuesday
Series program are: Beethoven's
Symphony in D Major, No. 2;
Debussy's Petite Suite; Wagner's
Perlude to Die Meistersinger, and
Handel's . Concerto Grosso in C
Edgar Alden, instructor in the
ory, music appreciation and strings,
is a graduate of Oberlin Conser
vatory and of UNC. Formerly con
cert master of the North Carolina
Symphony and the Mozart Festival
Orchestra in Asheville, he was ap
peared as soloist with both of these
as well as other orchestras.
(See ORCHESTRA, page 3)
noon until 2 p.m. the group is scheduled to have lunch. Picnics may
be held on the campus.
Demonstrations and exhibits; at the . various science and art
buildings will be open to all visitors this afternoon.
-The greenhouse of the botany building will be open from 2
until 5 p.m. The greenhouse is located in the Arboretum near the
botany building. . -
The physics department wilt have an exhibit located in 204
Phillips Hall open to visitors from 1 until 4 p.m.
The geology department will open the geology museum, located
on the first floor of New East, open from 2 until 4 p.m,
Person Hall will be open from 1 until 5 p.m. The 18th Annual
North Carolina school art exhibit will be on display. There are 1,610
pieces from 152 North Carolina Schools on exhibit.
Swain Hall, in which the television studios are located, will be
open to the public. The main observation room has been reserved
so parents and students may watch rehearsals and the live show
which begins at 6 p.m. ,
The Morehead Planetarium will have its regular shows' today
plus and open house for parents and students from 1 until 5 p.m.
From 3:30 until 4:30 p.m. a faculty reception will be held in the
main lounge of Graham Memorial for students and their parents.
Dormitories will be open to parents from 1 until 5 p.m. ,
At 4 p.m. President Gordon Gray will address students and visit
ing parents on the lawn beneath Davie Poplar. The University Band
will give a concert following President Gray's speech.
Parents have been invited to attend the Petite Musicale at which
Miss Marjorie Still, pianist, will perform. The" event is sponsored by
Graham Memorial and will be held in the Main Lounge of the Stu
dent Union building.
eference in Chapel Hill. From
April 30 m An application
for an appeal bond for Junius
Scales, convicted chairman ' of
the Communist party in the
Carolinas, was denied today by
Federal Judge Armistead Dobie.
Scales now may approach ei
ther John J. Parker, or Morris
A. Soper, the other two judges
(See SCALES, page 3)
llth Sigma Chi Derby
Will Be Heid Friday
The Student Party will hold
election of new officers at its
regular weekly meeting Monday
et 7:30 p.m. in the Roland Par
ker Lounge of GM.
The llth annual Sigma Chi Der
by, highliglited by "selection of
"Miss Modern Venus" for 1955,
will be held here Friday, begin
ning with a 2 p.m. parade.
Known as "The Battle of the
Coeds," the Derby will feature
competition between represnta
tives of sororities, residence
halls and the nurses' dormitory.
Heading Derby arrangements
for sponsoring Sigma Chi Fraterni
ty are Hosea E. Wilson and Mick
Among the post-parade events
in Kenan Stadium will be the
Grand National relay race, a pie
throwing contest called "Hit the
Geek," original skits by participat
ing teams and a secret event which
may range from milking a cow
to catching a greased pig.
Trophies will be awarded to the
winner of each event, including a
team trophy for the group winning
the most points.
The beauty competition for the
"Miss Modern Venus" title will
climax the afternoon celebration.
, Jtraternity officials said judgment
Vail be based solely on figure,
with girls wearing shorts," sweaters'
and high heels.
Contestants will include the fol
lowing coeds: Alpha Delta Pi
Sorority Sue Crumpler, Barbara
Stone and Harriette Watson.
Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority
JiJi Rainwater, Anne Page, and
Alice Eison. Chi Omega Soroity
Nancy Buran, Sally Edgerton and
Kappa Delta Sorority Sylvia
Yelton, Elizabeth Floyd and Mar
cia McCord. Independent Coeds
Lib Whitfield, Jackie O'Brien and
Nurses Nancy Nussear, Donna
! Blair Booe and Mary Lou Okey.
Pi Beta Phi Sorority Barbara
Fleshman and Trish Permenter,
Delta Deita Delta Sorority
Carol Taylor, Pat Oliver and Jane
More than 150 door prizes, do
nated by the Chapel Hill Mer
chants Assn., will be distributed
during the Derby program.
R. Mayne Albright of Raleigh
and George M. Stephens of Ashe
ville have been nominated for president-elect
of the UNC General
Alumni Association. , -
Nominations were made at the
annual alumni assembly. Elections
of these and other officers will
be made by mail ballot and an
nounced at commencement.
The president-elect would suc
ceed John Ilarden of Greensboro,
now president-elect who succeeds
Associate State Supreme Court
Justice William H. Bobbitt of Ra
leigh, who., presided, at tonighlls
Second vice-president, W. Luns
ford Crew, Roanoke Rapids, and
Terry Sanford, Fayetteville.
For two places as director, Al
umni Association, George D. Mc
Daniel, New York; Maury Long,
Washington, D. C; WTilliam D.
Snider, Greensboro, and Ed Rank
One place 0n athletic, council,
Dr. M. D. Bonner, High Point, and
Marion R. Cowper, Kinston. Cow
per is at present a member of
the council but his term expires
Members of the nominating com
mittee were Charles W. Phillips
(See POSITIONS, page 3)
MRS. JANE CRAIGE GRAY
annual award to be made tomorrow-
Jane Gray Award
Dr. J. Harris Purks, provost
of the University, will speak on
"Academic Planning" at the
Faculty Club luncheon Tuesday
at 1 p.m. at the Carolina Inn.
. The - second - annual presentation
of the Jane Craige Gray Award
will be made tomorrow in the
main lounge 0f Graham Memorial
at 8 p.m.
The award is given each year to
the most outstanding woman stu
dent in the junior class, in memo
ry of the late Jane Craige Gray,
wife of University President Gor
The award is given by Beta Chi
Chapter of Kappa Delta Sorority.
Mrs. Gray was initiated into the
sorority as an alumna in 1950.
The presentation will be made
by Dean C. P. Spruill. Dean
Katherine Carmichael will speak
as a representative of the women
students of the University.. Follow
ing the presentation the award
Creasy, retiring president of the
student body; Miss Luanne Thorn
ton' retiring chairman of women's
oiisntation; Miss Nancy Whisnant,
rc-tiring chairman of the Women's
Honor Council; and Miss Carol
Webster, last year's recipient of
Friends of the Gray family from
all parts of the states are ex
pected t0 attend the program and
University students and faculty
members are invited. The program
has been arranged by Miss Mar
tha May, new president of Kappa
Delta, and Miss Babbie Dilorio,
Mrs. Gray was the former Jane
Boyden Craige of Winston-Salem.
She attended the National Cathe
dral Academy in Washington and
winner will be honored, with a f graduated from Vassar with non-
The committee that selects the
recipient of the award is com
posed of Katherine Carmichael,
ors. Ln Chapel Hill she was active
in the organization of the School
Art Guild, Newcomers Club, Colon
ial Dames and was organizing
dean of women ; Ray Jefferies, as- president of the North Carolina
sistant dean of students; Tom ' Memorial Hospital Auxiliary.
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Seniors Had Their Week
c , r had their own week last week, with Class Free Day,
fnDav a Picnic at Hogan's Lake. The people who have
Barefoo Pay aud a P class through its last year are (top) Com
gu.dcd the fdf aU"onard and Martin Jordan, (bottom) Rollie
T-U eehCprSdent Charlie Yarborough and Committeeman Herb
Alumni Assembly Gathered Here & Checked Progress
University alumni officials attending the Alumni Assembly held here this week are shown inspecting progress report made by
senior class leaders, currently enrolling members of the 1955 graduating class'ln the General Alumni Assn. Judge William H. Bobbitt,
of Raleigh and Charlotte (third from left in picture) is president of the General Alumni Assn. Shown conferring with Judge Bobbitt
are (left to right) Ogburn Yates Jr., president of the rising senior class; John Harden, Greensboro, Alumni Assn. president-elect; Judge
Bobbitt; Tom Creasy, former student body president, and Bill Calvert, chairman of the senior class alumni committee. .
Fowler Moved In As President
Don Fowler, shown being sworn in by Student Council Chair
man Walt Joyner, moved into his job as president of the student
, body. Thursday, Fowler made his first appointments. He named
Dave Reid attorney general, Jake Phelps was chosen assistant
attorney general, Jack Markham is Yackety-Yack editor and Pat
Hunter wras chosen NSA coordinator.