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lory and fraternity dis
the intensive program
for Honor System Week,
rogram will begin Monday
until Dec. II.
gliding and responsible"
along with Honor Coun
ters,' will discuss the
Astern and the student
I the dormitories on Wed
and ThursdaV nights, ac
ta Ogburn Yates, chairman
Men's Honor Council,
iscussions will be centered
student responsibility to
System, the mechanics
-arolina Honor System and
! which students play in
Panics. These meetings
I at 10:30 p.m., and attend
! dormitory residents is
I urged, said Yates yester-
said yesterday the Honor
Mi the remarks of ath
i good character and out
I ability would be impress
ments and would arouse
m the program for the
Mons will also be held in
f a Wednesday night. A
I of each fraternity will talk
I same general topics hwich
$ discussed in the dormitory
'ugly urge each person to
T these questions before
' t( these meetings," said
sterday. "i also hope that
f 'U1 make a special ef
i atend the meetings," he
rs invite All
Dormitory has in-
C?0ne" to its sock hop"
at 8 o'clock.
rP will feature dancing
; mems. When 5ludenls.
"p e Jft at the door. , a 25
ai be charged.
1w ! Symposium, 2
W01I! Quarterly, 4:30v
I Wodhouse Conference
Beat Drums For
(University President Hollis Edens (center) looks on with
lured skepticism at the placards that Tar Heel booster E.
ton Smith (right) has -been posting around town this week.
i'$ Mead Coach George Barclay (left) seems pleased at the
By Neil Bass
til the Honor. System and - covers ityarty; bj
ji .o-.z, majuiiij, swcjji
important office except one last !
night as the 20th assembly of the
student Legislature met for the
Announcement was made at the
session of President Don Fov ler's
vetoing of bills passed by the Leg
islature creating a bi-par'.ishn se
lections board for naming editor
candidates of The Daily Tar Heel
and establishing a constitutional
revisional commission. Fowler's ve
toes according to some legislators,
are unconstitutional because he
waited more than the stipulated
ten days after Legislature action
before disapproving the measures.
NATO Officials To
Visit Here Today
Eleven members of parliament
or of national assemblies of seven
NATO countries will visit Chapel
meetings of the social. fra- Hill, Raleigh and Durham this
The parliamentarians are mak
ing a tour of the United States un
der the t sponsorship of the Dept.
of State and the Dept. of Defense.
Headquarters during the visit will
be Chapel Hill ,
The government leaders are
brought to the United States for
a period of 20 days to view recent
industrial, military, agricultural
and general developments and to
participate in cultural and social
activities. The itineraries are plan
ned to provide maximum opportun
ities for them to become acquaint
ed with American life.
Countries represented in Group
4 of the Leaders Project are Can
ada, Denmark, France, Iceland,
Italy, Norway and the. United
Kingdom. It is hoped that this pro
gram will help to build up a bet
ter understanding of the American
people as well as the policies of
the United States government.
Russell M. Grumman, director ot
the UNC Extension Division, will
be in charge of the program while
the group is in North Carolina.
The NATO delegation will ar
rive at Raleigh-Durham Airport at
1:37 p.m1. today, and will have
headquarters for the wekend at
Carolina Inn. After an afternoon
visit to the Institute ot vem
ment.' the visitors will be honored
at a barbecue dinner and will at
tend the football pep rally.
..On Saturday the parliamentar
lilt'- ' -.I i I J yfl- s I fiii
prospects for Saturday's renewal of the annual grid classic. The
scene was this week's Chapel Hill Rotary Club meeting, which
President Edens attended. Smith is a local theater manager.
(Press Photo Service)
, The top of f ice-speaker pro tem
pore' went tc; the "UP's Jerry Mar
tin over the Student Party's nom-
inee, Larry McElroy.by a slight,
one vote edge 18 to 17.
Sole SP victory of the night was
the renaming of Larry McElroy as
Miss Kit Malloy (UP) edged out
the SP's Miss Pat McBane'for the
Legislature clerk's job , by five
votes-20 to 15.
The sergeant-at-arm's post went
to Charlie Covell of the majority
party over Bill Roberts, the'SP
Chairmanships of the Legisla
ture's three standing committees
were also, as was expected, taken
by the majority group.
ians will visit Duke University,
and will view the Duke-Carolina
football game as guests of Duke
University. They. will view a More
head Planetarium show Saturday
Their Sunday schedule will in
clude an afternoon reception n
their honor at Graham Memorial
Student Union and entertainment
in private homes during the even
ing. Monday will be devoted to
visiting Raleigh, both state govern
ment facilities and N. C. State
Gov. Luther H. Hodges and other
state officials will receive them at
10 a.m. Monday at-the Capitol.
They will be guests of State Col
lege at a 12:30 luncheon, which
will be followed by further meet
ings with education and govern
The delegation will complete its
North Carolina visit Monday, when
they will depart for Norfolk, Va.
Their United States tour will end
Dec 10 in New York City.
Seniors Get Last Try
At Buying Class Rings ,
The afternoon of Dec. 6 will be
the deadline for seniors and grad
uate students to buy their class
rings this semester, according to
Jim Exum. . -
The rings will be sold from 9
o'clock a.m. through -the afternoon
in Y Court oh -that day. Juniors
can buy rings after Christmas.
The rings will range in price
from $23 to S36.
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1955
. A visit la facilities fOTphysiclUof . cigarets., each by a -campus . to-
study here and N. C. State Col
lege will be made this weekend
by a noted Finnish physicist, Dr.
Erkki Aukusti. Laurila, who is
touring the United States under
the American Council on Educa
tion's Foreign Leaders Program.
Dr. and Mrs. Laurila will reach
Chapel Hill Thursday, coming
from Oak Ridge, Tenn., where they
visited Oak Ridge National Lab
oratories. Their visit, which began
Sept 20 in Washington, has taken
them to various scientific and edu
cational institutions in the New
England and Middle Atlantic
While visiting the University,
Dr. Laurila will meet with
resentatives of the UNC Dept. of
Physics, which is devoted to theo
retical physics and is headed by
Dr. Paul Shearin.
The engineering physics phase
will be observed at the State Col
lege Physics Dept., headed by Dr.
Clifford Beck. Dr. Laurila will
visit the nuclear reactor on the
Raleigh campus. t
Local arangements for the Lau
rilas' visit have been handled hv
Dr. Samuel T. Emory, chairman
nf thP TTTVr Dpnf f r.pnln-r or.H
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Geography, wno was a Fulbright
lecturer at the University of Hel-
sinki last year.
Preparation For 'Beat Dook' Parade
The building of floats dominated1 the scene on campus yesterday
l Se7he'r sls!s on the 'B Floaf trophy. In the' above
Epsilon are shown working beside their house.
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Starts A t 3 o'clock;
Girls, Floats, Girls
The Ik'at-Dook parade will. begin by filling the campus
1 with floats, queens and clowns this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
After organizing in front of Woollen Gym, the parade
will down Rr.'leigh, Franklin and Columbia Streets and back
tp the gym.
The bands in the parade are the University Band, the
Chapel Hill Negro High School
Band, the Naval Drum and Bugle
? Corps, the Naval Drill Team and
the Naval Color Guard. Several
student clowns will be in the pa
rade, also. , ' .
Dan Clark, chairman of the pa
rade, urged everybody to follow
the parade back to the gm for
the pep rally, which will start im
mediately after the parade. Collie
Collison, head cheerleader, will be
in charge of the rally.
After the pep rally, the trophies
and various awards will be pre
sented at the gym. Director of
Athletics Chuch Erickson will be
there to represent the sports dept.'
The queen of the Parade and
her six attendants will ride on the
JPi Kappa Alpha float. Before the
parade, they will be presented
floral bouquets and two cartons
The names of the queen candi
dates and their sponsors are as fol
lows: Misses Jackie Aldridge, Stacy
Dorm; Diana Ashley, Winston
Dorm; Betsy Bost, Phi Delta Theta;
Joan Browm, Aycock Dorm; Bobbie
Lee Chapman, Sigma Phi Epsilon;
Marjorie Cook, Alpha Gamma Del
tal Sorority; . ;
Misses Ellie Cowing, , Mangum
Dorm; Sally Edgerton, Chi Omega
Sorority; Barbara Fleshman, Pi
Beta Phi Sorority; Gilda Goldstein,
Smith Dorm; Sandra Hird,' Delta
Sigma Pi; Pat Howard, Alpha Del
ta Pi Sorority; Jan Howie, Delta
Misses Barbara Johnson, Kappa
Psi: Willowdcan Land. Nurses'
Dorm. Elizabeth McBowell , Lewis
Dorm; Betty Anne Mihms, St An
thony Hall; Dutehie Milligan, Sig
ma Chi; Pasty Kowchress, Cobb
Dorm; Sally Price, Kappa Delta
Sorority; Eleanor Riggins, Alpha
Tau Omega; Sylvia Tarantirto, Phi
Gamma Delta; Dottie Wood, Ever
ett Dorm, and Ann Wrenn, Delta
Floats have been entered in the
p.arade by the following organiza
according to Chairman
Fraternities: Kappa Sigma,: Del
ta Sigma Pi, Kappa Psi, Chi Psi,
(See DOOK, page 4.)
Offices In Graham Memorial
I 2T 5T fif ooort : F p o o '
t f (P F w o r rlc 15 nnfl$&:
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 (AP)
The White House Conference on
Education and an administration
spokesman predicted early ac
tion. Secretary of Welfare Folsom
"I am confident that in the
weeks ahead this administration
will present to the Congress a
broadened and' improved ' pro
gram of federal assistance to
help erase the classroom deficit."
Folsom, who had talked earlier
in the day with President Eisen
hower at Gettysburg, made the
prediction in a speech prepared
for the closing session of the
four-day White- House confer
ence. He gave no details.
One of the final actions of the
conference, attended by 1,800
delegates, was the submission of
a report laying the delegates
were 21 in favor of increased
federal aid to schools.
Another runoff election, for the
freshman seat on the Glen's Honor
Council will be Held Tuesday.
This run-off is being held be
cause of a ruling of the Student
On being asked to interpret Ar
ticle XI, Section Three-A of the
General Election Law in regard to
a petition submitted by Jeff Hare,
candidate for freshman seat, on
the Men's Honor Council, the
"When, for an office in which
there is to be only, one candidate
received a majority of votes cast
for the office, a runoff shall be
held in which a plurality shall be
sufficient to determine the candi
(See ELECTION, page 4.)
as dormitories, fraternities, and
picture, members of Delta Kappa
if a a a
TARNATION EDITOR RAGSDALE
. . it isn't raunchy, but mighty good
It's Filled Wit!
By JIM McCORKLE
The year's first Tarnation,
which will be out todaj shows
that Editor Bill Ragsdale hasn't
been sleeping for the past three
The humor magazine concen
trates mostly on humor this time
not dirt, but good satire. As
Editor Ragsdale puts it in his
editorial, "The magic word this
year is 'satire' . . ."
He and his - staff poke fun
mostly at the University's' offi
cials, at women in general and
coeds in particular.
Ragsdale's satire is particular
ly good in that it recognizes
"Let's forget all this talk about
a president for the University.
If we got one, where would he
Cartoonist Charlie Daniel pic
tures Chancellor Robert House
shaking his harmonica during
the "Robert House Show." Says
House: ". . . Next, for Gordon
The editor o fthe Woman's Hand
book for next year will be chosen
during the week following Christ
mas avcation, announced the
Women's Residence Council yes
terday. The editor is chosen from coeds
in the present junior class. All
candidates will be given an op
portunity to present their ideas
about the handbook for next year.
The handbook files will be open
the week before and the week
after vacation for all interested..
Additional information may be
obtained from Miss Sue Fink,
president of Women's Residence
Dr. Milan Bradshaw, who recent
ly returned from missionary work
in Japan, will speak at the Baptist.
Student Union Supper Forum Sun
day at 6 p.m. j
Dr. Bradshaw will also give the
evening meditation for the worship
services which will begin at 7:45.
The meeting is open to the pub
lic. , (More on Page 4)
FOUR PAGES THiS ISSU!
r a -
Gray I'll play 'Ls You Is or I
The satire isn't confined to
the absent ex-president, how
ever. Daniel has another cartoon
about a well-known service sta
tion dealer that is sure to brin-;
This year's Tarnation staff
seems a little larger than that in
previous years. When you sub
tract the Ernest Hemingways,
T. S. Eliots and 01 Bloomers
from the staff list, you'll find
around 17- staffers. Aiding Hags
dale are Managing Editor Bill
Margulics, Art Editor Jack
Weaver and Business Manager
The magazine runs 23 pages
and is allegedly dedicated io
freshmen, although not too much
copy is devtoed to them
Specially good arc photo
graphs of Miss Dutchy Milligan.
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, and a
double-page layout on three sets
of campus twins.
Some students won't like Tar
nation because it isn't raunchy
enough, -but those who appre
ciate good satire will treasure
this copy and will anticipate the
Delta Sigma Pi Sets
Pledge Dance Saturday
Delta Sigma Pi, professional
business fraternity, will hold its
annual pledge banquet and roy
dance tomorrow night in the Caro
lina Inn ballroom:
Bill Langly and the Star Dream
ers will play for the event.
Sponsors for the event an
Misses Biddy Dent, Lorctta Doit,
Barbara Murray, Carolyn Denny
and Ann Stallings.
The Rose Queen, to be chosen by
the fraternity members, will be
presented at the dance.
IN THE INFIRMARY
Students in the Infirmary yes
Miss Martha Ann Cheek, Miss
Margurite E. Vard, Miss Is4:c!
Masterton, James L. Nichob,
Robert P. Hare IV, HaiseM C.
Hall, Douglas B. Dewing, SH
mund T. Robeson, Edward J. f il
ler, William C. Walsh, John D.
Moller, Sam 3. Andrews, Jcb-r
B. Mason, James F. Piercs Jr.,
Henry C. Randall, Robert . Cb
son, Alvin W. Smith, Wads A.
Cowles and John F. Gonslli Jr.