udy, with occasional
;y ri$ing temperatures
Yale's editor, Ed Kent, locks i.
Robinson's views. See page 2.
Complete (JP) Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1955
Offices In Graham Memorial
FOUR PAGES THIS ISSUE
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Chapel Hill kiddies happy as
can be tvhen Santa Claiis ivith
t)ie aid of the local Merchants'
Assn. comes 23 shopping days
fiuai iL&ive iniere
linual Campus Chest Drive will begin Monday and run
i Daughtry is chairman of the Campus Chest. Other officers
.therine reirou, bom-i-rman;
airman; Bill Self Trea
ts Donna Ashcraft,
idents and vice-presi-1
dormitories met last
?anize the campaign in
Jiivc dorms. The vice
J each dorm will solicit
her dorm during the
ion will be carried on
entire campus during
jgn. The organization,
or other group contri
I greatest amount per
be awarded a trophy.
HI be kept in Y Court
drive of the amounts
I to Bob Harrington, the
jetted by the Campus
be divided as follows:
t will be given to the
vcrsity Service; 15 per
"go to the Goettingen
xhartge Program and 15
ill go to UNESCO and
jfd University Service
at branches throughout
which sponsor educa
vities including confer
jnars, study tours, stu
anges and research as
heir national program,
ion, WUS offers emer-
individual aid to stu-
1354-55 it has provided
is 0,302 refugee stu-:
ranee, 28 displaced per
nts ia America and CO
j Switzerland. It also set
mis for needy students,
J refugees 'in " Germany,
iece and England,
f addition, offered cloth
lad financial aid to vic
3e Assam floods and to
.'udents in Greece, Ja
, Pakistan and Korea.
1955-56. the WUS pro
smount to about $1,150,
55 General Assembly de
id to go to Greece, Yu
Airica. the Middle East,
Asia and the Far East.
J Barany, head of the
jogical Institute of the
JofUpsala, Sweden, will
fe on Dec. 13. His lecture
ith the factors causing
"ce to Flow Through the
Chamber of the Eye." Dr.
as done much research
hed a number of papers
'ith the physiology and
!gy of the eye. His
Robert Barany, was
'be Nobef Prize in medi-114.
Lenoir Hall coffee-breaking
profs grouped into departments
English and Romance Langua
ges at one table, History at ano
Fencer leaves on trees and
more icind on the campus as stu
dents return from Thanksgiving
holidays. , -
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Carolina Almost Scopes II n II in s Lasi
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Tot Heels Drive To
Duke 12 In Last Sees
By WAYNE BISHOP
Holding their ground when the going was tough and
fighting for every inch inside Duke Stadium, Coach George
Barclay's Tar Heels refused to yield to the odds and the
heavily -favored, Duke Blue Devils yesterday afternoon, but
dropped a tough fi-o decision to their rivals from Durham.
The Tar Heels climaxed a rough season with this highlv
successful display. The Tar Heel
DU, NOT SAINT A
That was Delta Upsilon Frater
nity, not St. Anthony Hall, which
entered the oversized football
player in, Friday's Beat Dook pa
rade. A story in yesterday's news
paper gave credit to St. Anthony.
HOLDS FETE ; '
, Delta Sigma --Pi," professional"
business fraternity, held its 'an
nual pledge banquet and rose
dance last night ' in the Carolina
Inn ballroom.' '
PLAYS TUESDAY '
The UNC Symphony Orchestra,
under direction of Associate Con
ductor Edgar Alden, will present a
Hill Hall concert Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Admission will be 'free 'and all
persons have been invited.
The Cosmopolitan Club will meet
today at 4 p.m. in the Library As
sembly Room. The subject of the
program will be "Folk Music from
Around the World."
The faculty wives of the School
of Business Administration will
meet in Carroll Hall Tuesday at 8
p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. Rashi
Fein and Mrs. James C. Ingram.
The Girls'. Basketball Club will
meet tomorrow afternoon at 4
o'clock at the Women's Gym. All
interested coeds have been invited
(More on Page 4),
Joe Temple Gains; For Carolina
Joe Temple gets off an 8-yard run inr the second quarter of yes
terday's annual contest with the Duke Blue Devils.. Coming in for
the tackle for'Duke is Howard Wjlliams.. The Carolina footballers :
gave Duke a Rough time and almost upset the Dukes in the last min
utes of "the game when they were knocking on the Blue QevU Goal
a's the game ended. ' Henley Photo
To Be Run
The annual Dukathon, an 11
mile cross country race ; sponsored
by Delta Ups Con social f rater
nity, will begin today at 2 p.m.
The Dukathon is a marathon
race from the Carolina Theater
in Chapel Hill to the Durham Post
Office, by way of Franklin St and
the Durham Highway.
Among those already entered in
the cross-country race are Glen
Nanney, Marion Griffin and Russ
First, second and third pilace
medals will be awarded.
All those who finish the race
will receive survivors' medals.
STUDENT WIVES ,
The Student Wives' Club will
meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Victory
Village "Recreation , Center. Two
films on cancer will be shown. All
members have been urged to attend.
y y y y o
Eleven members of parliament
or of national assemblies of seven
NATO countries arrived Friday to
visit Chapel Hill, Durham, and Ra
leigh this weekend.
The parliamentarians are mak
ing a tour of the United States
under the sponsorship of the Dept.
of State and the Dept. of Defense.
Headquarters during the visit is
The NATO delegation arrived at
Raleigh-Durham Airport yesterday
and are making their headquarters
at the Carolina Inn. After a visit
to the Institute of Government,
the visitors were honored at a bar
becue dinner Friday night.
Yesterday 'the group visited
Duke University and viewed the
Duke-Carolina football game. They
saw a Morehead Planetarium show
The government leaders are. be
ing brought to the United States
for a period of 20 days to view
recent industrial, military, agri-
cultural and general developments
and to participate in cultural and
v social activities. The itineraries
are planned to provide maximum
opportunity for them to become
acquainted with American life.
Russel M. Grumman, director of
the, UNC Extension Division, is in
charge of the program while the
group is in Chapel HilL
I. Today's schedule includes an
afternoon reception in their homes
at Graham Memorial Student Union
and entertainment in private
homes during the evening!
Honor 1 6
I , The Philological Club will meet
in the Faculty Lounge of Morehead
Planetarium Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
Prof. Peter G. Phialas of the UNC
English Dept. will present a paper
titled "The Coherence of Theme in
r Shakespeare's Joyous Comedies."
All faculty members and graduate
students in the field of the human
ities have been invited, according
to Secretary Jacques Hardre.
HLIGHTS FROM YESTERDAY'S SE ASON-ENDER:
Discussions of the Carolina
Honor System with the faculty by
members of the Men's Honor Coun
cil are to be a main part of Honor
According to Ogburn Yates,
chairman of the Men's Council, the
heads of the various departments
will be contacted by council mem
bers, and meetings with the de
partment members will be ar
ranged. "The faculty is well aware of
the fact that students are not liv
ing u;p to their responsibility,"
said Yates. "The administration
and the faculty aft both concerned
with the fact that most of the
cases are reported by faculty mem
bers to the Honor Council," he
defense was alert and unyielding to
the many horses in the Duke back
field. Three times Duke was stop
ped within the Tar Heel 20.
Coach Barclay's fighting eleven
almost pulled the game out bLthe
fire in the final minute of action.
With one minute to go Bob Pascal
of Duke punted weakly to Will
Frye at the Carolina 35. Frye, an
all-conference end, raced back to
the Duke 43 before he was finally
stopped. Frye was almost in :- the
clear, but One Duke defender was
not taken out, and he pinned Frye
to the sidelines at the 43. -
Sophomore David Reed threw a
long pass intended for Jim Var
num on the first play from there.
Reed's pass was almost perfectly
thrown, but Pascal came through
with a brilliant interception in the
end zone. On first down from the
20 Duke fumbled and Jack Maults
by fell on the ball for Carolina at
the A8 to give the Tar Jleels lone
more chance. - ,
Reed br oke around end .to the 12
on first down, but the Tar Heels
were penalized to the 26 for illegal
receiver downfield on the second
play. Dough Knotts knocked down
a Reed pass on third down. -.With
18 seconds left Reed fired a toss
to Paul Pulley at the fifteen, but
Pulley was racked at the same time
the ball hit his hands and it was
Stavnitski, John Bilieh, Buddy '
Payne, and Will Frye were always
there to make the stop.
FIRST HALF THREAT
Duke's biggest non-Scoring threat
came in the first period. After two
punts had been exchanged, the Tar
Heels had the ball at the 20 when
Buddy Sasser fumbled, an W. D.
Fesperman recovered for Duke.
. Three tries netted seven yards
for Duke, but a penalty against
Carolina put the ball at the nine,
first and goal. Rudy hit for two ov
er right guard; Aldridge was stop
ped by Bilich, Payne and Stavnitski
for no gain; Pascal's pass was
knocked down by Maultsby; and
on fourth down Bunny Blaney was
chased out of bounds by Koman
and Maultsby at the 2.
(See CAROLINA, Page
The YMCA Cabinet will meet
Monday at 9 a.m. n the Y Cabinet
A member of the national staff
of the Student YWCA will arrive
in Chapel Hill tonight to talk with
members of the administration and
students and townspeople who
impossible fo him to hold the ball, work with the local Y.
Duke took over and ran the clock I
out on one play.
The lone score of the game came
during the second period. Late in
the first stanza Bob Pascal returned
a Frye punt 21 yards to the Tar
Heel 46. Harold McElhaney smash;
ed for eight yards and Oliver
Rudy went for three to the
Tar Heel 35. With first and ten
from there, Rudy swept around
left end and down the sidelines 35
yards and the only score of the con
test Jim Nelson's extra point at
tempt was blocked by the Carolina
Duke made many serious threats
from there out, but they never
could buck the Tar Heel line when
they got within the 20. Hap Setzer,
Bill Koman, Jack Maultsby, George
She is Miss Woodward, who
served as executive director of the
campus YWCA here around 1040.
She is now responsible for recruit
ing and training employed staff
for student Ys throughout the
country, and for working with
volunteer advisers and faculty
Tomorrow afternoon, Miss Wood
ward will talk to the Y Cabinet
on "The Role of the Y on Cam
pus," and on Tuesday she will
meet with student chaplains from
various Chapei Hill churches to
get a picture of the religious stu
dent work on the campus.
Her schedule also includes talks
with members of the administra
tion, meetings with Y committees
and individual conferences with
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I '"a lin. Duke'i
Keller Gains For Tar Heels
11 vards on a pitehout in the second quarter to.the Caro-
eU ntf m nairt of I I yar&S o - r ... :
Bob P.,. (50) .' H.ro.d McEMhan., t.
Surprise Package At Game
Carolina brought a surprise package to the Duke game. In il
re the cheerleaders, the Carolina Ram and Bushy' Cooke.
Jurgenson Lugs Leather For Duke
Sonny Jurgenson carries the ball for a gain of
17. -He was brought down by Jack Maults, assisted by
seven yards in the 3rd
quarter to the Carolina