t so cold today, with
I of 43.
The editors talk about CarcJay
and an axe. See page 2.
CHAPEL HILL, N6RTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1955
Complete VP) Wire Service
Offices In Graham Memorial
SIX PAGES THIS ISSUI
VICTIM OB MCr.BID, WEEK-LONG JOKE:
..2 1 i -hi i .j - i .i . . . ii " r
. . . . .
.'in'" by intensive pres-
night the Assembly of
-hroDic Literary Sneintv
ecord as opposing any y the
deny citizens the rights
I the 5tb Amendment.
I Stribling of the Ways
! Committee introduced
Sing the old statements
.'Eonss do not make a
pels do not justify the
ii today in relation to
jtlsby then, spoke for
mentioning "the heinous
a police state" without
Ii:.. . ..
riinS tnen spoke against
d Rep. Talor spoke for
ivd t I.
j naa lildUC
nuuaora, as exem
the 5th Amendment."
the meeting, Speak
ps made the following
a relation to the Phi:
Jear we have initiated
Pbcrs. It has been en
J3 cote the enthusiasm
fme of these new mem-Hr-
it is appaling to see
I f sme old and new
I ack of interest and
I w responsibility in so
v!'.1 Slncerely hope that
interest and responsi
ve corrected, for only
r caa the society best
i r,4l,oday include:
Gr.il Room, 4-
4 Roland Par-
P. m . v .
lb b ,wvn3 uemo-
' Poland Parker 1,
i ,, ""dent Party
S,i"d Paries z.o
I.' sf"dent Council,
fjference Room, 7
lity Check Rep
' Cnci Room, 3:30
W p m'; Dance
C? !V0Ui Room' 6:3-
k ?: iho- "Yuts,
I Ada P" m-' Sound
U;00' P. m.;
APO room, 8-
tE'S THE 'GRAVE' THAT GREETED A CAROLINA COED YESTERDAY MORNING
f -she still isn't sure who pulled the tceek-leng trick on her.
i ' Press Photo Service
t MM tTr0 If A
III I VilUi USCa V ' j
By JACKIE GOODMAN
jtcm Week wll be conducted beginning Monday and run
1 11, Osborn Yates, chairman of the Men's Honor Council,
L rtt,ie ,,rn-om 'ic '-f t i n i n tVtn , . a ,. .. : u . u !
jujc VI UJlJ jiwt,ia4ii j iu ajuaiiii 111V aiuutiiia Willi lilt
its purpose and mc- downs," said Yates. It needs for
J ates. "strengthening measures" to be
.cnor'syslem in a uni- taken at certain times. "For this
; size has its ups and reason Honor System Week was
t " : ! conceived," he said.
,, , . : i i. - - u'i u :-"'hct Junior .College ' WT . IIlinoj.sit
effective 'unless it has wholehcart-. - ; .:, ,
t, .. , 4, vvas received with applause and
ed cooperation from. the students, ... ... , tU , i
, w , , . . . .. .-.u without objection by the delegates.
faculty and administration. With NQ VOTE
i this in mind,-we want to try toi ,. , iU . . tUn
. . , . Lnder; the rules of the confer-
make students more awrrc of the , . . , ..
i rr thovo ic n r actual vntinc nn
Honor System that it does work.
.... .. i
We are trying to .impress it on .
them make it foremost in lh;ir
minds," said Yates
The extensive procrar r "'ned
Honor Council for Honor,
System Week is directed at two
main segments of the campus, ac-j
cording to Yates. The faculty, one
of the groups, will be reached by
A council member will contact
the head of each department and
will ask for a discussion ,of' the
Honor System with the members '
of his department. At the depart
ment meeting the need for faculty
cooperation inhaving an effective
Honor System will be stressed.
The students, the second group
at which the program is directed,
wrill Kn T-rif Vinrl thrflliprh .f"jrOritV.
?. lnglesby spoke again, fraternily and dormitory meetings
concerning the Honor System. Fra
ternity members will speak on;
student responsibility to the Honor (
System and on the mechanics of
On two nights of Honor System j
(See HONOR, page 4) . i
QUARTERLY EDITOR BILL SCARBOROUGH
.CQ along cith Tarnation , cvmmg ml
Needs At e
WASHINGTON. Nov. 30 P)
The white 1Iouse Conference on
Education today accepted a re
port saying-that' tew states seem
ready to meet their school build
ing needs for the five years ahead
This is true, said a report drafted
after discussions among the 1,800
participlating delegates. even
fAL.n..M - U.nM.4nl.n,A j
though no state has demonstrated
il couidn t raise the money...
The report, on "What Are Our
School Building Needs?" was
drawn up by Earl H. Beling, a Mo
( Lnc, 411, consulting engineer, and
1 Llmer Mr IlowleyVhead of ;the "jo-
rnu .. ,. , ,
reports. These findings are drafted
v . , t. . . .
u.v me a Kyi lacuiauvcj vi etuuj
groups composed of delegates.
The Beling-Rowley report said:
"It appears that under present
Plan onl; of thyee sltcf hf e
Knin mintorl rt cf atinrt that Inov
can meet their building needs for
the next five years ...
See CONFERENCE, Page 3
Acting Dean of Women Isa
bel McLeod announced that all
women who plan to live in a
dormitory room during the
spring semester are required to
make a reservation in the Dean
of Women's Office and to pay a
$6 deposit to the University Ca
shier before Dec. 10. Reserva
tions may be made starting De
Under this new procedure, any
woman who does not make a res
ervation before Dec. 10 will be
assumed to be either not at
tending the University or moved
to a sorority house for the spring
semester. Miss McLeod said.
By J. A. C. DUNN
A Carolina coed who has been
receiving flowers from a myster-.
ious "boyfriend" for a week yes
terday saw the prank topped off
with a "grave" in front of her
A cross on the "grave" ac
tually a few inches of fresh dirt
in front of Smith Dorm said it
was placed there "In memory of
a lov full-blown Died young, a
beautiful corpse." ' J '
Investigation, in i which stu
dents were questioned, on a' no-
name basis, showed by last night
that the coed was evidently vie-,
The. Chaplin Film Festival,
featuring eight Charlie Chaplin
comedies, will be held tonight at
8 o'clock in Carroll HalL v y
No individual tickets will be
sold for the GMAB 'Film Se
ries presentation. However, $1
season tickets will be on sal
at the doer tonight.
Herd L. Bennett,' president' of
the men's student government -at
Duke Uniyrsity, and Don Fowler,
jointly issued it Mfonowmgtate
ment concerning the two schoolsi;
"In past years--one ;otbe ;big
problems confronting the univer-
sities of Dukt and Korth Carolina
has been the' costly- destructiqn'bl
valuable campus property during
the days just preceding the Duke-
Carolina football game, . . .
"During one year the columns
ui me iaiuuna iiurary were irre- sity, and the New School for So
pai abiy marred with paint, and cial Research. His six academic , de
several buildings on the, Duke cam- greCs involve the fields of history,
pus were severely damaged; In international economics, political
another incident of recent happen-; science and philosophy. -Ing,
students went to the libraries', ne has done special research in
of both institutions and destroyed ; rUral develotpment at the Universi
some of the paintings within, ty of Mexico and has taught Buro-
"The presidents of both univer-
sities have, in the Dast. considered !
breaking off athletic relations
tween the two schools duA to this'
vandalism. However, we feel that
such a move would be extremely
harsh and unnecessary unless
students of both schools will not
cooperate. We can compete with
out destroying; and, we can enjoy
the spirit of the week-end without
costing the two institutions thous
ands of dollars in repair bills.
' How about it? Let's have a great
week-end but let's not have des-
truction with it."
Two Carolina publications
The Tarnation and Carolina
Quarterlywill make; their ap
pearances on the campus within
the next week.
The Tarnation will come out
tomorrow, and CQ will be distributed-
next Wednesday, ac
cording to the magazines' editors.
Editor Bill Ragsdale announc
ed the fall freshman- issue of
Tarnation, the campus humor
magazine, will be distributed to
subscribers tomorrow afternoon,
although a few will be delivered
this evening. Those not having
subscriptions may purchase a co
py for 35 cents at Graham Me
morial or at several downtown
This year's magazine, accord
ing to' Ragsdale, is similar to
those put out in the past , few
years,' and will run 23 pages
in length. . Featured will be a
center .spread on the three sets
of coed twins on campus, , a co
ver by art major Jack Weaver,
and an inside front cover pic
ture o a coed,
tim of a monstrous prank, execu-'
ted by a male Carolina student.
1 The; coed found the "grave"
yesterday , inorning as she left
Tor classes. In addition to the
epitaph, the cross contained the
Greek letter. "psi" and the num-
The coed had been receiving
flowers including a funeral
wreath for the past week. .
, The coed's story and those of
others involved came to light af
ter The Daily Tar Heel "received
a mysterious telephone "tip"
Tuesday night. The "tipster" said
"If you , want some news, be in
Wprjd Affairs Expert
Visits Campus Today
Dr. S. E. Gerrard Priestly, Bri
tish world affairs expert and spea-
will visit the campus today.
under sponsorsnip ox tne iwia.
Just returned from a five-and-arhalf
month world tour, Dr.
Priestly-.will: give a public address
on. "New Challenges to World Understanding"-
at 8 p.,m" in Hill
Hall. . -V ' ;
j I Dr. PriesUey s schedule in Cha-
pel Hill will begin .with morning
I Ipctures 'to political; science das-
sies and, a campus tour. At Z p; px
He participate in 1 4 j seminar
ohiflndia and Southeast Asia:. Kev
t0 World Peace." tbtbd fb'resented' i
iti Caldwell Hall b.'thet YWCA,"
jht : iiiitei national nclalions Club !
and Pi Sisrma AJnha. Dolitical sci- 1
en ijy y. . :, ;
At 6-n. m. he will be honored
at a dinner in ienoir. Hall.. After
,n talk in Hill Hall, -the Graham
'Memorial Activities Board will
entertain; with a reception in Gra-
nan? .Memorial. , . ;
worn in VMnasor, tngiana, ana
educated at . University of London,
'Dr. Priestly later studied at Hart -
ford Seminary, New York Univer -
pcan nislory 31 &pnngneia tiass.)
ColleSe and at N. Y. U. During
be-PVorld War 11 he sPke before
more than a million U. S. service-
men ana womcn-
From 1948 to 1953 he was vice
chairman of the Speakers. Research
Committee for the United Nations.
His many speaking engagements
have carried him to mot than 200
college and university campuses,
before radio and TV 'audiences,
and to meetings of educators, bus
inessmen, industrial groups, wo
men's organizations and; world af
His extensive travels throughout
Ragsdale announced that sub
scriptions for the year (four is
sues) are still available at the
information desk at GM for $1.25.
Tarnation is the third major
humor magazine published at
UNC. The first, the Buccanncer,
was thrown 'out by the adminis
tration in 1933. The second im
portant publication of this type
as the Carolina Magazine, which
was voted out in favor of Tarna
tion in 1947.
The first issue of the Carolina
Quarterly wiil come out the
middle of next week, accord
t ing to Editor Bill Scarborough.
Scarborough said the first is
sue would contain 72 pages and
would have a slick cover, replac
ing the rough cover used in the
This first issue will contain
four short stories, one of which
. was written by former Carolina
,-student Doris Betts and another
. by Carolina student and Daily
iTar Heel staffer J. A. C. Dunn,
(See MAGAZINES page 4)
front of Smith Dormitory at 9
o'clock tomorrow (Wednesday)
The story, told to a reporter,
by the coed and verified by
friends, goes like this:
A week ago last Tuesday she
received one red rose, bearing
with it a card inscribed "Well
shot on the second round," and
Last Monday she received a
funeral wreath of yellow chry
santhemums with the message
"In loving memory of what it
might have been," and unsigned.
Last - Tuesday she received a
DR.- S. E. PRIESTLY
y . y Visits -Cainrrus Todad-.
tnV'-past" 20 years, have provided
him with firsthand observation of
, cnanging events in Europe and
the Near East. -
IN MIAMI ,
Director of Admissions Roy Arm
strong is in Miami this week where
he is attending a conference of the
Southern Assn. of Collegiate Regis-
trars and Admissions Offices. He
will be back in his oflice on Mon
Members of the Girls' Basket
ball Club will meet Monday at 4
p. m. in the "Women's Gym. All -;
coeds interested in basketball have:
been invited to attend. j
NAME MISSPELLED . j
Miss B. A. Mihms, not Miss Ba'
Miams, is the coed in Pi Kappa
Alpha Fraternity's Beat Dook beau"
ty court. Her name was misspelled
due to an error in transmission..
PART IN PLAY
. Gene Williams, former Carolina
Playmaker, will play a leading role
in "Three Men on a Horse," which
will be presented at the Raleigh
Little Theatre Saturday through
Dec. 8. He has previously appear
ed with the Playmakers and was
also seen in "The Highland Call,"
"Horn in the West" and NBC's
presentations of the UNC Commu
nication Center's "American Ad
The University Library is pres
ently, asking county farm agents
in each of North Carolina's 100
counties to help give information
on the Tar Heel state's lakes and
ponds. Library staffer. William S.
Lowell has sent questionnaires to
farm agents; asking for names,
depths, areas, locations and other
information about lakes and ponds.
When completed, the project will
form a portion of a Geographical
Dictionary of North Carolina,
which Powell is editing.
Dr. Virgil Mann, 1 associate pro
fessor of geology, has been appoin
ted a fellow in the Geological Sur
vey of America.
(More o'1 Page 3)
Or Do Kim it on
dozen red roses ,the inscription
on the card, reading "In loving
memory of a defunct love." The
card was unsigned.
Yesterday morning the grave
Yesterday another coed, who is
allegedly working with the . mys
terious flower-sender, handed
around black armbands for mour
ning purposes to all the sorority
and dormitory friends of the co
ed who received the flowers.
The jokester involved himself
in what must have been a con
siderable outlay of cash, sending
flowers and digging graves.
The Nurses' Dormitory has in
vited 'everyone" to its sock hop
The hop will begin at 8 o'clock
and will feature dancing and re
freshments. 'A 25 -cent charge
will be made with the deposit,
of shoes at the door.
By PEG HUMPHREY
Dialectic debators argued over
finances, maturity, and responsibi
lity in their Tuesday evening dis
cussion of college marriages.
They hill, which stated that
"childless college marriages shall
be encouraged with the partici
pants' being legally permitted to
dissolve the marriage after college
ii there are no children," was de
feated; by a vote of 13 to 3 by
he senators. Senators and guests
voted it down by 19 to 2.
"The life of the' college student
is not secure," boomed Sen. Moss.
He felt we have adopted the eat,
drink and be merry attitude and
care little for responsibility or au
The Senator believed the system
would result in better academics
and that "the dangerous business
down in the woods would be stop
ped to some extent."
The system was condoned by
Sen. Reid, who pointed out the
changes that have already taken
place in the structure of the fam
ily. He cited the number of cases
where women are choosing careers
in preference to marriage. This he
feels, is a "threat to the social or
der." Reid said encouraging college
marriages may be a possible solu
tion to this problem.
Guest speaker Miss Ruth Dalton
See, MARRIAGE; Page 3
Pep Rally Slated
'Follow the Beat Dook float pa
rade tomorrow to the gym for the
Beat Dook pep rally," urged Col
lie Collison, head cheerleader, yes
terday. Collison said therally could not
be held in Memorial Hall as orig
inally planned, due to the Sound
and Fury props which have been
set up there. He also said the
broadcast of the Carolina and Duke
pep rallies by WDNC, which had
been originally planned, could not
be done because of the Duke bas
ketball game tomorrow night.
The University Band is schedul
ed to play in the parade, and Coach
Barclay and the Carolina football
team will probably be on hand for
the rally, said Collison.
"Everybody fall in line behind
the parade to cheer for a winning
team on Saturday," said Collison.
The Queen and a court of six
coeds were chosen Tuesday night
to reign over the parade, sponsored
by Pi Kappa Alpha social fraterni
ty. These girls will ride on the
Mrs. Sedalia Gold, the house
mother of Smith dorm, said, "I
heard the boys when they were
digging the grave, but I didn't
get up and see." Mrs. Gold didn't
know any more than that, but
was understandably curious.
The University Flower Shop
admitted to having sent the 12
red roses last Tuesday, but could
not say, who had ordered them.
The Carolina Flower Shop ad
mitted to having taken the or
der for the single red rose, and
gave a description of the pur
chaser. A male student, who fitted the
description, when questioned, de
nied being part of the plot but
inadvertantly pointed the way to
a second bojr. . The second stu
dent also denied having anything
to do with the conception of the
plot,-though he admitted having
carried it out as a favor to some
one else, and suggested a skect
shooting coed as a lead. Natural
ly, skeet-shooting clouded the is
The "someone else," despite
the fact that he was distinctive
ly described by the second stu-
dent, cannot be "found to exiM,
and the flower-gathering coed
says she knows no one of this
So it appears that someone
sent some flowers, contrived a
humorous grave and arranged
for the distribution of mourning
bands all for the love of a iady.
Furthermore, explanations of
the meaning of the inscription
on the first card, or the meaning
of the Greek letter. "psi" and the
numbers.' ''7-13".; on the grave ...
marker, were not forthcoming
from any source at all.
Coke May Go
Up To 6 Cents
RALEIGH, Nov. 30 (JP) A nick
el Coca-Cola, like' the nickel cup
of coffee, is on the way to becom
ing a rare treat iri Eastern North
Company officials say that in the
near future Coca Colas will retail
for six cents instead of five at
most stores. The wholesale price
is being raised from 80 to 96 cents
C. Luplion Thomson, manager of
the Capital Coca Cola Bottling Co.
here, said letters already have been
mailed to retailers advising them
of the price increase. No date,
however, has been set for the
The price hike already has gone
into effect in several Western
North Carolina areas, including
Charlotte, Greensboro, Graham and
PiKA float in the parade, which
begins tomorrow at 3 p. m.
Thirty-two floats have been
scheduled to appear in the parade.
They have been entered by various
dormitories, sororities and frater
nities. IN THE INFIRMARY
Students in the Infirmary yes
Miss Martha Ann Cheek, Miss
Patricia A. Kline, Miss Isabella
V. Masrerton, James L. Nichols,
Elmer P Abee, Glenn L. Kenan,
Hassell G. Hail, Eugene M. Mc
Daniel Jr., Douglas B. Dewing,
Emmett J. Fulghum, Sigmund
T. Robeson, Edward J. Miller,
William C. Walsh, John D. Mai
ler, Sam 3. Andrews, John O.
Mason, James S. Pierce, Henry
C. Randall, Frederick A. Ourney,
Robert M. Ofson, Alvin V. Smith,
Wade A. Bowles and John P.