today, vvith expected
For more weather, see
What's deeded in UNC si
courts. See ps 2.
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Complete (JP) Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1955
Offices In Graham Memorial
FOUR PAGES THIS IZZ'J.:
I NO. 56
EIII' ' 1 "!ll3
HQ SHOWERS COOLER;
ires Weather For
omeward-bound students, 75. Thursday is expected to be
ciated Press reports scat-clearer and cooler preceded by
jwers during the holidays, scattered showers near the coast,
recast for North Carolina South Carolina's forecast is
lows: Wednesday will bebasicaily the same. Wednesday is
warm, with " predicted to be cloudy and warm,
over the west portion of . J -
j by afternoon and overwlth sca"ered showers over the
restate by night. Thenorthwest portion 'of the state
jjperatures will be 63 to Wednesday afternoon.
is Schedules Out:
::: i : x
fe is the schedule for Trailways buses leaving Chapel Ilill
fernoon through 12:16 Thursday morning. Only Trailways
lerve Chapel Hill. :
SO Through bus to Asheville.
10 Through bus to RaleiglTahd Norfolk.
X Through bus to Charlotte and Atlanta.
a Bus to Ralegh and Elizabeth City.
IT Through bus to Asheville and Chattanooga.
io Through bus to New York (Raleigh and Washington,
' D. G). - .
10 Bus to Raleigh, Jacksonville, Washington a.Tt Norfolk.
33 Through bus to Charlotte, Atlanta and Birmingham.
k) Through bus to Raleigh, Nijfolk, Washington and New
18 Through bus to Memphis (Asheville, Knoxvfiie and Nash-
prding to H. C. Fe&re. manager of Union Bus Station, extra
frill put on routes that need them.
tree also requested srulents- wishing to. ride, the .4:40 p.m.
a!eig Washington through to New York) to call him this
I or this afternoon. If they will leave their names, he said,
know how many extra buses to put on. '
.en students won't find themselves waiting for another bus,
Oure Staying Here:
I a list of the restaurants part of the time:
i be open during the College Grill, everyda;
3 Trends v
Administration of student
justice may soon be in the
hands of the faculty if stu
dent courts don't demonstrate
Although no official an
nouncement of this has been made,
it has become clear that such ac
tion can and probably will oc
cur, if student jurists don't begin
showing a spark of initiative.
The trend toward more faculty
action and less student action has
already developed in two concrete
1. Several departments in the
University, have lost confidence in
the processing of Honor System
and Campus Code cases by", stu
dents. 2. Most cases before student
courts at present have been in
itiated by faculty or staff mem
bers of the University not stu
dents. Growing concern in the Faculty
Executive Committee,, which hears
appeals from student courts, has
been evidenced recently.
Dean of Student Affairs Fred
H. Weaver, in an unofficial meet
ing with student leaders Monday,
pointed to the lack of student in
itiative; however, he, made it clear
that he was' -"not-- making anin
dictment of student ' government.?'!
Other sources have' pointed to
the; trend in faculty circles away
from confidence in, 'student "courts,
although Weaver said there was
Sonny Hallford has been made "no crisis" at this time,
chairman of the Social Committee Student initiative,' as '-such, does
of the Interdormitory Council with not just mean that students arent
Ivey Rogers as publicity chairman, turning Honor System and Campus
Also for the comins vear.':Tom Code offenders over to the courts,
Smoot. Whit Whitfield, Ivey Rog- but tnat the courts themselves
Dr.HaroId Hotelling, UNC pro-'
fessor-of Imathematics, has been
awarded an honorary doctor of
laws degree by the University of
Chicago for his contributions of
"quantitative methods to the
social sciences" and the advance
ment of "understanding of fun
damental problems in economics
and statistics." He is also direc
tor of the UNC Institute of Statistics.
v Turkeys Were Selling Yesterday
Turkeys were selling yesterday at local foodstores as Chapel Hill residents prepared for Thanksgiving. Some students, like Paul and
Sara Lovingood above, are married and will be eating turkey while others go home to "study" and sleep. Sam Taylor and Jake Leath,
meat-man at a local store, are also eyeing the bird. (Henley Photo.) ,
I ' j Thursday and Sunday; Goody Shop, . mckmon Bn Uuaael have, lost their traditional watch
es Kestaurant, Cafe Mou- open on Wednesday and Sunday;.. nrl nii- FwriPr -havA hPPn an- dog function by neglect, according
wfvlf. ?.!?'", Village Gri... everyday e.xcept Sun- poited to the Advisory Committee. L"Mr!ff;
Ws, Michael's Restaur
fines and Watt's Gjill and
day, and West FranUin Street
Luncheonette, everyday except
flowing places will open; Sunday.
?H ASSEMBLY ENDS:
! Gets 17 Measures
M NEIL BASS
'udent Party introduced
-res during the 19th stu
slature Assembly and had
j. while the University
:;h s 29-21 majority, in
I fight measures and had
a total of 37 bills and
T .placed before the sol
.ch five were introduced
,-mnultee, and one was co
a both the SP and
Put the most ideas
f tody, introducing seven
? ai getting five ap
-. JLewis Brumfield, three,
1 three. Lambeth,
1 a Brumfield are SP
? xum was floorleader
' n,?6, most Prominent
vi by the UP were:
Jtion caing for the
C Sislature to g "
, : Posing and increase in
r OUWlf-cto, .... ,
Sin ,. Qlc siuaenis.
for the appro-
mting i ,he
UoiJj W,tne" meet-
priation of S30O to the University
(3) A bill calling for the con
vening of a constitutional revision
al convention, which was defeat
ed, but which was later passed
after several changes by th Ways
and Means Committee.
Evidence of the decline of the
adent, court watchdog function
is seen in the numerous cases that
TVio Hnrmc Vi viva hppn hrnlrpn
! ud into groups with an overall ....... 6
student jurors pick up from local
the group m planning their social Recorder,s Courtt after ofendcr8
functions. . 4 , r. , have been tried for 'civih offense.
Group I consists of Winston, In the pastf student
Connor, Cobb, Alexander and Joy- yened taking oyer civU cases from
ner, and is under the leadership of local authorities not waitin" un
Bob Butler, assistant social chair- til after they have been tried ,
man- . 71 Another increasing problem is
Group 2 takes in Lewis, Everett that of jurisdiction. Since there is
Stacy, . Aycock and Graham. It is a virtual galaxy of student courts,
under the leadership of Benny there is confusion about which
Thomas, assistant social -chairman, court' handles a case and where
The third group consists of Grimes, initiative lies.
Manly, Mangum and Ruffin and is Still another concern is the in
headed by Jos Studriven, assist- creasing lack of communication
ant social chairman. between the courts and students.
Group 4, under Willis Riddick,
is made up of Old West, Old East, JN 19 THROUGH 27:
BVP and Whitehead. - ,
This is the last issue of the
Daily Tar Heel for six days. '
The newspaper will start pub
lication again with next Tuesday
. Deadline for outside news in
next Tuesday's paper will be
same as always 3 p.m. Monday
The editors and ttaff wish
you a happy Thanksgiving hol
iday, and remind you that exams
are only 57 days away.
The Visiting Committee of. the
Consolidated University's Board of
Trustees met Monday at State
College in Raleigh for conferences
with State College faculty and
William P. Saunders of Southern
PTnes, committee chairman, presi
ded over the sessions. Reports' were
heard from three sub-committees
which had visited the three bran
ches of the Consolidated Univer-
ROUQHLY 1500 VOTE
Yates Defeats Alphin;
One H.C. Race Invalid
By NEIL BASS
Tucker Yates, University Party,
cording to the Council's chairman,
because the two freshman candi-
snatched the freshman class presi-1 dates in the run-off election did
dency from Olivqf "Al" Alphin, not have a clear-cut majority and,
Independent, in yesterday's run
off election by a vote' of 333 to
244. , u v
In, races for Men's Honor Coun-
the Council decided, Jeff Hare
should "have been included in the
run-off. A second run-off will pro
bably be held, according to Elect-
cil : seats," Dave. Connor: defeated tjon's Board ; Chairman Bill Mc
Mariori Griffin, 523 to 434, for the Lean, on Tuesday, Dec. 6.
junior class post; Ned Meekins In" the Women's Honor Council
nabbed the jspphomore seat from j contest, Martha Barber with 181
Charles Ashford, 512 to 474; while, votes, Martha Richardson with 149
the race for the freshman- class and Pat McQueen, 139, were pick
post- between Nicky Hester and
Jim Long was ruled invalid by the
Students will begin their
Thanksgiving holidays this after
noon at 1 o'clock.
Classes are scheduled to re
sume next Monday morning.
Three weeks of classwork will
come between Thanksgiving hol
idays and Christmas vacation,
which is scheduled to begin Dec.
17. The fall semester ends with
examinations on Jan. 19-27.
present Men's Council.
The invalidation was ruled, ac-
ed over Nancy McFadden, 133,
Nancy Ford, 111, and Jo Ruffin,
107, for the three vacant seats.
Panel Discusses Peaceful
Products Of Atom Machines
The use of "peaceful" products State reactor as well as chairman
of nuclear reactors, especially the; of the Dept. of Physics.
sitv: the Universitv here. Woman's employment of radioactive isotopes i Dr.' Beck said that while radia-
Colleze in Greensboro and State ! in medical diagnosis and treat-, tion is "dangerous, damaging arid
Tovn Girls Sponsor
Friday Night Dance
The Town Girl's Assn. will spon
sor a Harvest Dance Friday at 8
p.m. in the Rendevous Room of
Graham Memorial for those stu
dents remaining over the holidays.
The party will-be strictly in
formal and may be attended by
either stags or dates.
Magill Asks. SP For
By CLARKE JONES
"The task of political parties
here," said Director, of Student
Affairs Sam Magill to the Student
Party Monday night, "is to give
the University The kind of lead
ership that is needed so much.
Speaking -on "The. Relevance of
Political Parties to Student Gov
ernment," Magill first offered
three suppositions concerning stu
dent political parties.
"First," he said, "they are here
to stay but not so long ago they
were ineffective and almost non
existent. Second, in the future of
the ' University, political parties
are going to exercise a more sig
nficant role, and third, political
parties are in the center of modern
student government as we know
Defining the political party's
role in government, Magill said
h nniitical TJarty is responsible
for framing the question and de
fining the issue before the student
body and it must seek to do this
Magill, in listing some of the
basic issues which are of concern
to the student body today, said
"one of the key issues is the judi
cial system. This is an issue which
is serious and merits the concern
of student leaders." He also listed
the problems of the campus code
interpretation trlirvh he said "to
many students does not include
conduct off the campus; segrega
tion and integration, and the au
tomobile and parking situation."
He went on 'Id say "the most
crying need in student government
today is courageous, capable and
"It is up to the political parties
to find out who the best leader
are and to 'develop that kind of
leadership." The University, along
with the faculty and the students,
"must look to the parties for ma
ture, capable leadership," he said.
Exam Schedule Listed
According to the Central Office of Records, the time of an
examination may not be changed after it has been fixed in the'
schedule. No students may be excused from a scheduled examina
, tion except by the University Infirmary in case of illness, or by
his General College faculty advisor or by his dean, in case of
any other emergency compelling his absence.
The exam schedule is as follows:
All 3 p. m. classes, Chem 11, BA 71 and 72 and all classes not
otherwise provided for in this schedule Thursday, Jan 19, 8:30
All 8 a.m. classes on TThS ;.: Thursday, Jan. 19, 2 p.m.
All 2 p.m. classes on MWF, BA 150 and
Pharmacy' 10 ..Friday, Jan, 20, 8:30 a.m.
All noon classes on MWF.. ......Friday, Jan. 20, 2 p.m.
All 2 p.m. classes on TThS and Econ, 31, 32,
and 170 and Pharmacy Ec. 34 .Saturday, Jan. 21, 8:30 a.m.
All noon clashes on TThS and all Naval
Science Saturday, Jan. 21, 2 p.m.
All 1 p.m. classes on MWF and
ECOn" ,81 Pharmacv 15 Monday, Jan. 23, 8:30 a.m.
All 9 a.m. classes on MWF.J -..Monday, Jan. 23, 2 p.m.
All 9 a.m. classes on TThS Tuesday, Jan. 24, 8:30 a.m.
A 8 a.m. classes on MWF Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2 p.m.
f ft," mi !lSeS n MWv Wednesday, Jan. 25, 8:30 a.m.
All French, German, Spanish courses
ai, ,n1Umbere,d 2- 3' 4 and BA 130 - Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2 p.m.
A 11 a.m. passes on TThS . Thursday, Jan. 26, 8:30 a.m.
ft VCl!"eS n Sr -Thursday. Jan. 26, 2 p.m. i
nuwes on ftnvr Friday, Jan.
ment, was discussed at a special
panel session last night, by the
Chapel Hill branch of the Ameri
can Assn. of University Women.
Dr. J. Harris Purks, acting pres
A team of law students from the
University of Virginia were judged
winners of the regional round cf
the Natonel Moot Court competi
tion held here last weekend. The
Virginians defeated Wake Forest
in a contest judged by State Su
preme Court Justice Emery Den
ny, Irving Carlyle and D. B. Hudg
ins. The teams argued an anti
trust case which tested a federtl
statute concerning absorption of
one corporation by another with
lessening of competition.
A special Thanksgiving Day
destructive" it can also perform presentation of "Star Pattern"'
a vital function in producing radio- will be shown-at 3 p.m. tomorrow
active isotopes for research.
Dr. Thomas, who is currently
engaged in research with isotopes,
ident of the Consolidated Univer-1 discussed this research tool's uses
in both the physical and biological
Durham reported on the Con
ference on the Peaceful Uses . of
Atomic energy held in Geneva
sity, was moderator for the
discussion of the , atom's peaceful
uses, which was presented by. Con
gressman Carl Durham of Chapel
Hill. Dr. Clifford Beck of N.C. State
College in Raleigh and Dr. Colin; last August, which he attended as
Thomas of the UNC Medical ! a member of the U.S. delegation.
School, Chapel Hill.
Dr. Beck explained the operation
of a nuclear reactor and the types
of research carried out in its oper-
Also a member of the Joint Com
mittee on Atomic Energy, Durham
reported on applications for react-
; ors received from throughout the
ation: He is director of the N.C. country.
UP Listens I o Speech
By Chairman Sanders
"You are members of a victori-, sponsibilities to the student body,"
ous party," Chairman Bill Sanders j a desire for harmonious "work
told the University Party last with the president of the student
night body," and "willingness "to work
Sanders lauded the UP cam- with the Student Party," to round
nai??n Publicitv Committee and Fi- out his talk.
T,ar,rP rnmmittPe "for doinu such Regarding the student body he
27, 8:30 a.m.
case of any conflict, the resulariu- c0h,.ij ...:n
4,1,, . . " J o.vUMiCU CAUHI Will
take precedence over the common exam. (Common exams are
indicated by an r asterisk.
a fne job" and commended all the
UP candidates who won offices in
the election. "It was a well de
served victory," he said-
Sander's "victory speech" was
delivered at an extremely short
party session, the last until Mon
day night, Dec. 5.
After laureling the winning
candidates, he went on to say:
"I further commend those who
did not win but worked hard. Fi
nally," he said, "All of you mem
bers are to be commended for the
work you did to make the (party
a successful one. I have never
worked with a more unified, in
telligent group of people."
Sanders then touched on "re-
"The University Party has been
given a place of campus leadership
by the students our responsibil;
ity is to represenl them well and
maintain their respect."
Concernng the executve branch
of student government he said:
"I know that I speak on behalf
of the University Party when I say
we will continue to work in har
mony with the president of the
student body he has our respect
and best wishes."
Concerning the Student Party he
"It is our sincere desire to work
with them in increasing the effec
tiveness of student government,'
at the Morehead Planetarium. The
demonstration will be repeated at
Contestants may still be entered
in, the "All-New Dorm Beauty
Contest," according to Interdormi
tory Council Social Chairman Ivey
Rogers. Contestants are limited to
four per dormitory, and each en
try will be judged by her picture
alone, he said. Deadline for en
tries will be Nov. 29, and the dead
line for pictures will be Dec. 6.
Dormitories wishing to enter beau
ties may notify Whit Whitfield, 114
Everett, or Sonny Hallford, 314
The Community Church 'of
Chapel Hill will hold open house
Thanksgving afternoon from 4 to
6 p.m. The open house will "be at
Hillel House on W. Cameron Ave.,
and all members and friends cf
the church have been invited.
AFROTC sponsors will meet on
Monday at 5:40 p.m. n Cadet Head
quarters in full dress.
(Mare on Page 4.)
iki -rue iMtmf
iix inc uMriiu 1 1 tit
Students in the Infirmary yes
Miss Margaret Anne Gullitn,
Miss Janie L. Proctor, Miss C s ty
A. Eames, Roland W. CiHtn,
Jack S. Turner, W. David V,'ii'.
Bruce A. Fountain Jr., Js'in II.
Patteson, James S. Vale'ii! ,
Samuel W. Marshall Jr., H:. .rt
S. Lyon, Robert E. Cadney, Wil
liam R. Kin3, John C. Sm!:
Charles K. Brackett, John Z.
Gonella Jr., Bennett V. C. fl;'
erts, James V. Lewis, j,r:s
Raper and Emmttt J. Fu!