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br Miss Bo Bernardin of
nd and Fury cast finds
"asperating. The stu
f In show is scheduled for
f'ion Dec. 8 and 9. (Pow
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f Forest Needs
S FOREST, N. C, Nov. 12
f Wake Forest College f ac-
' m increased by at least
nt and faculty salaries
f J'd be raised, Dr. Harold
, president, said today.
I pposals were contained in
l u"-s annual report cover-
nical year which ended
e' He also suggested that
ftork at the master's de-
el be restored as soon as
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By JAMES NICHOLS
tentative title of the coming Sound and Fury production
;ven Help Us," which might be an apt title at that. If the
a-ere tuned in on the recent tryouts they probably belched
and rolled stones down Mt. Olympus. '
nc 20 or so honpf'i'g braved the stage with choruses of every-
tning irom good hillbilly to poor
semi-classical. Some began sing
ing and couldn't reach the high
notes lowered the key and
couldn't make the low notes.
Some let their voices flow
freely from key to key without
informing the pianist, w-ho in a
panic and a frenzy stumbled over
the ivories, smiling when he hit
a right chord, only to find that
the singer had found a fresh '
key to try.
Some were .weak-voiced
some sang in tremblato. The
others who were waiting their
turns or just watching were ob
livious to the stage. A couple
knitted while others chatted or
Their reflexes clapped at the
intermittent silences. All was not
black, however there were a
couple of good dance routines,
and some good singing.
Miss Bo Bernardin, director of
Sound and Fury, at times ob
served calmly, at times became
duplicate or triplicate as she
rushed around bringing order out
of chaos. She explained to the
hopefuls what the comedy is
The setting of the- musical,
which will be presented Dec. 8
and 9 in Memorial Hall, is a
Western ghost-town in 1800.
"No" horses," said Miss Bern
ardin. No one was surprised..
"The costumes will be of the
period. The girls will wear long
skirts," she said.
"Boo," said the hopefuls.
"The skirts will come off,"
"Ye-e-a-a-h," lit up the hope
fuls. They clapped their appre
ciation. The story goes something, like
A group of pioneers break
down in the ghost town, Spook
ville, on their way west. The
Spook's Local Union No. 13 is
mightily offended at these uni
versity party-crashers. To show
their wrath, the ghosts inform
their visitors if they ever try to
leave or let anyone else in, they
will be killed.
RALEIGH, Nov. 12 (JP) U.C
State College's annual homecoming
festivities will be held next Satur
day, Nov. 19.
Highlights of the program will be
a parade through downtown Ra
leigh, a beauty contest to choose
the homecoming queen and a foot
ball game between William and
Mary and N.C. State in Riddick
Stadium at 8 p.m.
Scenes As Carolina Threw Scare Into Notre Damo
Shown above is one of the spi irited plays in
Saturday's contest in wh.ch UNC threw
a real scare into Notre Dame,
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Rod & Gun
The first UNC Rod and Gun
Field. Meet will be held Thursday
at the Durham .Wildlife Club Area.
The event will be co-sponsored
by the Men's Intramural Dept. and
Archery, trap shooting, target
rifle shooting and bait casting will
be the four activities. Trophies
will be awarded to the winners of
each event. A team trophy will be
given to the team scoring the most
All students except those on the
ROTC Rifle Team ire eligible to
participate, according to Tex Burle
son, chairman of the GMAB Out
ings Committee. ;
' Any four students may compose
a team, without living in the same
dormitory or representing any
group, he said. ( ,
Entry blanks may be picked up
at the information desk of GM and
the intramural office of the gym.
They must be returned by 3 p.m.
Tuesday, said Burleson.
The dance committee for the
selected at a meeting of the
The Christmas dance, which is
sponsored annually by the club,
will take place Dec. 26 at Radio
Center in Charlotte. Billy Kau
naff . and his band will play for
the dance, which will last from
9 p.m. until 1 a.m.
Members of the dance com
mittee, who will sell bids for the
dance here on campus, are Mau
rice Wilson, Jerry Martin, Pat
Hunter, Don Whitfield, Miss
Annette Nivens, Jim Martin,
Miss Virginia Johnson and Billy
Kanauff. Bids will sell at two for
$5 until Dec. 15. After that time,
bids will be $3 each, according
to Dick Nixon, vice president of
the club. '
Bids will also be available
from Nixon at his home address
in Charlotte during the holidays.
About 1,000 people attended
the dance last year, and a great
er' number is expected for this
year's dance, according to Stan
ley Hoke, president of the club.
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Lear Meets Green Clad Stone
Tar Heel fullback Don Lear is having his troubles in the above
Notre Dame defenders. Lear was a workhorse in the Carolina attack
Heels dropped a 27-7 decision to the Fighting Irish.
Trustees Are Expected
To Get Resignation
Members of the Executive Com
mittee of the UNC Board of Trus
tees are expected to consider
President Gordon - Gray's resigna
President Gray offered his resig
nation to the group last summer
when he w-as named assistant sec
retary of defense for international
security affairs. The committee re
fused to accept it, and gave him a
leave of absence.
The Committee named J. Harris
Purks, provost of the University,
to take Gray's place under the
title of acting president.
Reports from highly reputable
sources said the committee will
discuss the resignation tomorrow.
The group will meet with Gov
ernor Hodges, who is chairman of
the Executive Committe as well as
the full Board of Trustees, in the
governor's office. The meeting is
scheduled to start before noon.
The Daily Tar Heel has planned
an extra edition Monday after
noon, reporting the meeting. The
edition will be published at 5 p.m.,
and will be distributed at local eat
ing places in time for supper.
Managing Editor Fred Powledge
said, however, the early edition's
publication depends on a shipment
of newsprint, scheduled to arrive
here tomorrow morning. If the
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Officers Prepare For Trustees
Student President Don Fowler (left) and Interdormitory chief
Lewis Brumfield are shown in the Morehead Planetarium faculty
lounge as they ready their case for the trustee Visiting Committee.
A few moments later, the student President outlined his off-campus
v' ' storage lot plan, (Kraar photo.)
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newsprint, now in nation-wide
shortage, does not arrive, he said,
the 5 p.m. edition will not be pub
lished", but Tuesday morning's edi
tion will be printed as usual .
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Tryouts for "Blood Wedding"'
will be held today and tomorrow
at 3 n m in hm Plavmakers The-
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The play will be presented Dec.
12-16 by the Carolina Playmakers,
under the directiion of Kai Jur
genson, assistant director of the
Copies of the. script are on re
serve in the University Library. .
GREENVILLE, S.C., Nov. 12 (JF)
Furman University is one of fotir
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South Carolina, to be accepted for jReferee took the opposite view.
membership in the College En- j point seconds and one down re
trance Examination Board Nation-, mnnA ih. frich in th first
aJ Cooperative Assn.
About 200 colleges and univer
sities are members.
The board adminsters admis- j
sion and placement tesis to college
' President John L. Plyler of Fur
man announced the college's ac
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photo as he runs into a swarm of
all afternoon although the Tar
' By LARRY CHEEK
While reclining in the stands
watching our Tar Heels fall before
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picked up a few choice tidbits
( which seem worthy enough to pass
( on to our readers, if any. For in-
Miller Charmichael, our loyal
Carolina Gentleman in top hat and
blue tails,, got involved in a but
ting duel with another Tar Heel
mascot, Ramases VI, but the two
failed to decide the issue. A later
There was a small bit of con
troversy late in the second quarter
over the validity of Notre Dame
claims that one of their players
was injured. The Carolina fans
were on one side of the fence,
half with the ball on the UNC 25
when the 'injury' occured.
The Carolina band over staved
tneir welcome at halftime today,
and it took a little finger waving
by the referee to get them off the
field. The band members scattered
like chickens in a hailstorm in
their haste to vacate the premises.
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Tar Heels Score
By WAYNE BISHOP
The Fighting Irish or Notre Dame had their hands full
for two quarters as Coach George Barclay's squad' held the
mighty musclemen from South Bend to a deadlocked first
half, but then the Tar Heels fell before the power of the na
tion's number six team at' packed Kenan Stadium yesterday af
ternoon. The Irish took charge of the game during the third
quarter and backed the Tar Heels
into a hole that eventually spell
ed defeat. Right up to the final
four minutes Tar Heel fans could
taste the hopes of an upset, but
then a pass, while the Tar Heels
were knocking on the Irish door,
backfired and Notre Dame's Lou
Loncaric intercepted and raced 75
yards for the score that sewed
the game up. Until, then the Tar
Heels trailed 21-7, but had threat
ened to come within one "score of
the Irish. The pass, hoowever, went
straight into the arms of Loncaric
and he moved 75 yards easily for
the game's final score.
The Tar Heels took the kickoff
and marched for a quick first
down with Buddy Sasser emplojr
ing his split-T magic to perfec
tion. Notre Dame stiffened and
the Tar Heels punted out to the
From their own 46 it took Terry
Brcnnans sluggerV exactly four
plays to score. Halfback Jim Morse
finally" pushed over the tally-from
the one yard stripe. Paul Hornung
booted the extra point successfully
and the Irish led 7-0 after 4:56
minutes had gone;
Keller took the ensuing kickoff.
on his 8 and raced back to the 34,
almost going all the way on the
play. Keller Mas tripped at the 30
while going at top speed and could
not regain his balance. Keller and
Sutton and Sasser pushed out an
other first down. for Carolina ano!
moved to a fourth down and one
yard to go situation on the Notre
Dame 40. The Tar Heels elected to
kick, with Will Frye booting out
of bounds on the 17. Notre Dame
could not gain and punted out to
their 37. With third down and 16
on the 43, Sasser fired a perfect
pass into the arms of Ed Sutton
at the 3 yard line, but a Tar Heel
end was off sides and the play was,
The two squads exchanged punts
for a while with the best of the lot
by far coming from the talented
foot of Wally Vale. Vale gbt off a
76 yard quick kick that carried
from his 16 to the Notre Dame 8.
From that hole the Irish punted
out to Keller, who returned from
his 13 to the 47. Keller almost
broke loose on that play, but a
(See TAR HEELS; Page 3)
More Scenes From Notre Dame-UNC Contest
Play was exciting and at times rough as UNC
and. Notre Dame clashed before 35,000
fans in Kenan Stacjium,
First Downs T6 10
Rushing Yard. 269 90
Pass. Attempt. 12 15
Pass. Completed 3 4
Pass. Yardage 43 45
Pass. Int. by 3 1
Punts 6 7
Punt Avg. 44 3 41.7
Fumbles Lost 0 1
Yards. Penalized 73 10
Students Buddy Sasser, of Con
way, S. C, and Charles H. Forbes.
Virginia Beach, Va., will appear in
Chapel Hill's Recorder's Court to
morrow Tor" hot paying -'-the -fit
on an accumulation of parking tic
kets. Sasser, on the UNC football
team, and Forbes decided to take
their cases into the court after
they had appeared at the Town
Hall to pay their fines. Mrs. Fred
Howdy, town traffic clerk, told
them she could not accept the
fines, since a warrant had already
Sasser and Forbes had been ad
vised by Ray Jefferies, assistant to
the Dean of Student Affairs, to re
port to the police and save em
barrasment of having warrants
Since the warrants had already
been sworn, they were told that
they would have to pay court costs
in addition to the fines. Sasser said
the notices which he had been
sent had misspelled his first name.
'He also contended he didn't feci
he was liable, since a friend was
using the car at the time it was
The University Club will meet
tomorrow at 7 p.m. in Roland Par
ker I. The Yackety Yack picture
will be taken.