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CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6
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as 92.5, a C as 85, and
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age of at least 94.
ewis Pugh and Frank
es Jr. of Asheboro.
Mackie Fitzgibbon, Fred
.cy, Daniel Rawls Luke,
'.Maready and Miss Mar
i pierpont all of Chapel
Joseph Corcoran' Jr. and
Frances Skillen of Dur-
Imond Branscomb, Leon
y Clein and David Lee
j Carroll Armstrong,
Harold Way Austin,
Luke Robinson Corbett,
I Gerald Routh Daugh
:ky Mount; Thomas' Per
jn Dunlop, Asheville; Jo
j Edwards, Kenly; James
as, Tarboro; Miss Amy
sher, Hendersonville; Ir
anian Glover, Raleigh;
hine Hartman, Lincoln
tcland Haywood, Gilead;
trence Carplina football
U Frye was "fatally in
jre last night after being
tacked" with a beer bot-
fed-up jealous lover" Joe
part of the Annual
!, which is being spon
Phi Alpha Delta legal
Friday at 7 p. ml in the
i of Manning Hall,
itient "occurred" on Fran-
front of the Youth Cen
after Frje and pretty co
.Anne Wrenn had come
:s Carolina Theater.'
had just come from the
pp where he had been
I beer" ever since he had
Frye was dating Miss
Snizational meeting of the
group will be held to
? P- m. in the Rendezvous
fording to GMAB Dance
:'e Chairman Bobbie Zwah-
fahlen is in charze nt the
W music and fun, which
wed. for the middle of
H urged representatives
J fos, fraternities and sor
f attend tonight's meeting.
::;Je 8rups will cooperate,
V" Mardi Gras may fea-paradc-?
balI- If enough money
ei. a big-name orches
lMy for the dance and
H cheduld for Gra
1 tod.y include:
lm- Grail Room.- UP,
j ' 2; Che Club,
j Roltnd Parker
W.o p Voodhuse
I 'm; Caroline Sym
'tv Pm' Woodhouse
Pmv A.P.Q. Reom,
jo candidates for Thi Beta Kappa, national honorary schol
rnity, were initiated into the Alpha Chapter of North Caro
eiscs held in the Di Senate Hall yesterday afternoon.
x to qualify for membership, a student who is here for
Richard Hunter Haywood, Monroe;
Billy Harvey Herring, Spring Lak;
George Wyckliffe Hoffler, Sunbury.
Melvin Litch Jr., Greensboro; Ed
ward Castello Loughlin, Hender
son; Morris Edward McCrary, San
ford; Miss Susan JaneMcLamb,
Goldsboro; David Campbetl Myers
Jr., Waxhaw; Kinoaid Patterson,
Statesville; Richard Claybourne
Phillips, Wilkesboro; Miss Aline
Scarborough Poole, Tryon; William
Robert Prof fit, Buies Creek; Vade
G. Rhoades, McGrady; Miss Barba
ra Ann Short, Burlington; Miss
BarbaravAnn Strickland, Fair Bluff;
Alexandra Louise Thacker, Char:
lotte; James Newman Willis III,
Atlantic Beach and Robert Gaines
Wilson, Leaksville. 1
Out-of-state students Mere David
Bielawski, Washington, D. C.; Ja
son Black, Maiden, Mass.; Miss
Mary Virginia Curin, Meredith
ville, Va.; Miss Babbie Jane Dilorio,
Utica," N. Y.; Randall Turlington
Ferguson, Hartford, Conn.; Gordon
Bradford Hall Jr., Syracuse, N. Y.;
Edward Fisher Kirk, Dallas, Tex.;
Ted JLiee Rosenthal, New York City;
Miss" Elizabeth Crockett Thomas,
Wytheville Va.; and Miss Jo Ellen
Wade, Florence, S. C.
;,MaTcticj,tn?t., Frye and Miss
Wrenn and made some comment
about Frye's "being with his girl."
Words were exchanged between
the two boys, and then Frye grab
bed Mavretic. .
Mavretic then "hit" Frye on the j
head with the beer bottle. Frye j
immediately fell to the g ound and j
was promptly taken to Memorial j
Hospital. Frye "was dead on ar
The final results of this incident
will be brought out at the Mock
Trial Friday, according to a law
student planning the "trial."
Today is the last day for vete
rans to sign the petition supporting
a bill to increase education and
training allowances under the Vet
eran's Readjustment Assistance Act
According ' to Benny Huffman,
co-chairman of the Veterans' Com
mittee, the petition may be signed
in 315 South Building. It will be
sent to the Committee on Labor
and Public Welfare of the U. S.
The petition reads in part: "Be
it enacted by the Senate and House
of Representatives of the United
States of America. . .that (a) sec
tion 232 (a) (1) of the Veterans'
Readjustment Assistance Act of
1952 is amended:
"(1) By striking out $110 and in
serting in lieu thereof $145;
"(2) By striking out $135 and in
serting in lieu thereof $175, and
"(3) By striking' out $160 and
inserting in lieu therof $205."
All veterans have been asked to
write their respective Senators and
Representatives and request them
to vote in favor of this bill.
The North Carolina Senators are
Sam Ervin Jr. and W. Kerr Scott.
Representatives are - Herbert jC.
Bonner, L. H. Fountain, Graham A.
Barden; Harold D. Cooley, Thur
mond Chatham, Carl T. Durham,
F. Ertel Carlyle and Charles Deane.
Also, Hugh Alexander, Charles
Jonas, WToodrow Jones and George
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Sound And Fury Presented Thursday
. V Miss Jane Edwards, above, is one of the stars in this yearns pres
entation of "Heaven Help Us" by the Sound and 1ury cast.Ballet
dancers, a chorus line, Indians, ghosts and "red hot- mammas" will
spark the Thursday and Friday evening performances. The show, di
rected by Miss Bo Bernardin, is a student, run organization with
original words and music. (Powledge Photo.). A
WITH BONGO DRUMS, YET: '
S&F Getting Furious;
Thursday First Night
By SUE QUINN
Sound and Fury's production
of "Heaven Help Us" has always
had plenty to offer in the way
of sound. Now it's getting to the
With opening night two days
away, staff meetings are an up
roar of "Who's going to play the
drums?" "Has anyone vgot a list
of the stage crew for the pro-
gram?" "I don't a know anything
about make-up!" "I know that '
why don't you keep your mouth
shut?" ; ,
In spite of all this last-minute
confusion, producer Ken Lowery
thinks the show, which will be
presented in Memorial Hall.
Thursday and Friday nights, will
be far better than either of last
year's productions. "We got
started earlier on every aspect
of production," he explains, "and
we're better organized, with per
Lew Sherman, producer of last
fall's show. believes the 20 origi
nal songs in "Heaven Help Us"
are among its best features. "The
lyrics are catchy and cute," he
"The type that students will be
singing around campus long af
ter the show is over." Titles in
clude "Evil Is Live Spelled Back
ward," "Prairie Mary," "Love
That Man," "Gi-Gi Could," "Wild,
Wild Women", and . "Rat Race."
These will be played by a combo
that includes bongo drums and
a banjo, as well as the tradition
al piano and a bass fiddle. ,
'As for the plot, director Bo
Bernardin says it is "snicy
enough to meet with any stu
"Because of You," a GMAB
free movie presentation, will
be shown tonight at 8 p.m. in
The filmoriginally scheduled
for Friday night, did not arrive
in time far that: showing and
thus is being presented free of
charge tonight, according to a
Film Committee spokesman.
The movie stars Loretta Young
and Jeff Chandler.
HONOR SYSTEM VEEK-I:
"If a man has personal
honor, and yet has lothing else,
I would say that he has that one
quality which, above all others,
gives him dignity as .a human
being," said Charles Yarborough
yesterday in conjunction with
Honor System Week.
"Personal honor is not a gift,
but a goal. Its development
should be towards an even keen
w - - " t, - rrnmr i in ion n m Wtow ' 1'
dent's approval." The setting is
Spookyville, a western ghost
town which no one leaves or
enters because the "spooks" will
get them if they do. ;
When a' troupe of actors and
actresses from Boston gets
stranded in the town, only Jug,
the town drunk, played by Dave
Reid, wants them to stay Miss
Jane Edwards as Betty Lou
Banker, the local belle, ti : the
first to realize that actors might
not be so bad after all.
Runoff election for the fresh
man scat on the Men's Honor
Council is today. Candidates are
Jeffrey Hare, John (Nicky), Hester
and Jim Long. ;
Polls are set, up in all men's
dorms, Lenoir Hall, Gerrard Hall,
the Scuttlebutt, ATO House, Vic
tory Village and both Big and
Little Fraternity Courts. They will
be open from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m.,
according to Elections Board Chai
man Bill McLean.
Samuel Selden, director of the
Carolina Playmakers and chairman
of the Dept. of Damatic Art, will
present his traditional reading of
Charles Dickens' "A Christmas
Carol." tomorrow night at 8 p.m. in
the Playmakers' Theatre.
Students, faculty members, and
townspeople, particularly children
have been invited to attend the
er perception of . right and
wrong," said Yarborough. "Our
honor system gives us the chance
to develop our sense of integrity.
"A keen sense ' of personal
honor is a thing to be highly
valued in this world. Someone
said that society pretends to
know men by their talents, but
really feels and knows them by
their character. Our honor sys--
t oday M ay Decide
On I at urn
Will Jim Tatum come to
Carol ipa to replace Coach
That ,question may be ans
wered partially tonight in Woollen
Gym when the influential Athletic
Council meets for its wrap-up ses
sion of the year.
Although the student-faculty-alumni
council has only advisory
powers to Chancellor R. B. House,
it has been the dominant voice in
choosing past coaches.
Chairman A. W. Hobbs, one of
the faculty members, yesterday
said the meeting was "routine,"
but admitted that the coaching
question would probably come up.
He declined to comment on his
personal choice of a coach.
Alumnus Grady Pritchard said
"just about anything is likely to be
discussed," but he also brushed
aside reports that Tatum would be
"I'm the one person who hasn't
even 'heard this discussed," Pritch
ard said of the Tatum reports,
which have been widely circulated
in all state newspapers.
Athletic Director Chuck Erick
son, ex-officio member of the coun
cil, was out of his office yesterday
afternoon and could not be reached
However, an Assisted ijPress
story declared that Tatum talked
with North Carolina officials about
the football situation here Satur
day, after he witnessed the Duke
game. According to the AP. how
ever, Tatum's Jan. 2 Orange Bowl t
date with Oklahoma would delay
any announcement, if there is one.
Besides being subject to the
chancellor's approval, the Athletic
.Council's coach choice will have to
meet the President's okay and then
the Board of Trustees'. In the past,
however, these have been little
more than formalities.
The Visiting Committee of the
Board of Trustees had no report
on the meeting held here yester
day afternoon according to a
The group met to hear reports
from faculty and administration
The full board will meet in
GreensboVo Friday. A report will
be available then.
,The Dialectic Senate will debate
i bill to remove the present re
strictions on communists and com
munist sympathizers in the U. S.
tonight at 8 p.m. on the third
loor of New West.
Tonight the Phi will debate a
bill stating that the Honor System
should be abolished. The debate
will take place in Phi Hall, fourth
floor, of New East, at 8 p.m.
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ify As A Human
tem provides us a framework in
which character can be molded.
It is ,up to us to provide the
necessary effort to achieve suc
cess within this framework," he
T believe in the honor system
because I believe in our ability
to administer for ourselves," said
Yarborough. "Others ' have
shown their, faith in us by letting
Miss Jimmie Woodward, na
tional staff member of the stu
YWCA, addressed the Y Cabinet
yesterday on "The Role of the
?Y on Campus." She will meet
today with student chaplains,
Y committees and members of
The Interdormitory Council So
cial Committee yesterday announ
ced the following coeds as entries
in its "All New Dorm Beauty Con
test:" Aycock: Misses Joan Brown, Ca-
role McDaniel and Eleanor Rig
gins; Lewis: MissesXarolyn Thompson,
Wilhelmina Way Marsh and Reba
! Ann Whitty;
Cobb: .Misses Patsy Poythress,
Nancy McFadden and Anne Wrenn;
Mangum: Misses Elinor Cowing
and Jackie O'Brien;
Ruffin: Misses Pat Oliver and
Everett: Misses . Dottie Wood,
Sylvia Tarintino, Sylvia MacArth
ur and Jane Little;
Stacy: Miss Jackie Aldridge.
Graham: Miss Jo Anr Jones.
(See CONTEST, page 4.)
Honor System week will be held
throughout this week, with various
programs sponsored by the Men's
and. Women's Honor Councils.
The purpose of the intense pre
sentation of the Honor System in
its various aspects is "to acquaint
the students with the Honor Sys
tem," said' Ogburn Yates, chair
man of the Men's Honor Council.
''The purpose of an honor sys
tem is to try to' get enough stu
dents so conscious and so aware of
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"Every honor system has its ups
and downs and needs strengthen
ing measures taken at 'certain
times. For this reason Honor Sys-
the system exist. We should
show them faith in ourselves by
making the system work," he
Yarborough, a three-year gra
duate, is co-captain of the track
team and president of ; the 1955
senior class. He is a Morehead
Scholar in Law School, a member
of the Golden Fleece and a nfem
ber of Phi Beta Kappa.'
IN HONOR OF SIBELIUS:
U N C ; Syrn p h o ny
mm t:!t it t
Sibelius' Symphony No. 2, n D, op. 43, will be played tonight
by the University Symphony Orchestra as a tribute to the composer
on his 90th birthday, which is Dec. 8.
The same symphony will be played by the New York Philhar
monic Orchestra this week when it gives a program of all Sibelius
works, according to Mass Carol Sites.
This program is the seventh in the Tuesday Evening Series and
will be given in Hill Hall at 8 p. m.
The Orchestra, conducted by Edgar Alden, will also play the
""Egmont Overture" by Beethoven and the "Suite from Music for
the Royal Fireworks" by Handel and arranged by Hamilton Harty.
Orchestra personnel are Neal O'Neal, president; Donald Jeffer
son, vice-president, and Lutz Mayer, secretary-treasurer.
S iff I
"The Campus Chest Committee
has tried to outline a- program
which it thought the students
would want to support. I urge
every student to give generously
to this movement whose goal is to
satisfy the material needs of stu
dents all over the world," com
mented Curtis Daugherty, chair
man of the 1955-56 Campus Chest
The annual UNC Campus Chest
drive opened yesterday and will
continue through Friday.
This campaign; the only campus
wide drive for charitable purposes
permitted during the year, is -de
signed to give students a chance to
give to a number of groups with
out exerting the time and energy
that would be necessary in a num
ber of separate drives.
Organizations scheduled to re
ceive this year's receipts are the
World University Service (WUS),
Goettingen Exchange Program,
CARE and UNESCO.
The drive is planned by a board
of directors. This year's board
chairman is Daughetry. Other
members of the board are Miss
Donna Ashcraft, Miss Gilda Gold
stein, Bob Harrington, Mis's Cath
erine Petrou, Graham Rights and
tern Week was conceived," he said.
During the week, comments on
the Honor System by six "out
standing" athletes will appear in
The Daily Tar Heel. Questions and
answers concerning important as
pects of the Honor System and pic
tures of the various student courts
will also appear. Statistics on the
Honor Council cases will also be
The athletes scheduled to speak
on the Honor System in the men's
dormitories tomorrow and Thurs-
' day nights are;
Jim Beatty, Aycock and Wins
ton; Miles Gregory, Battle-Vance-Pettigrew;
Bill Kirkman, Joyner;
Roland Perdue, Alexander and
Stacy;. Jim Raugh, Grimes; Buddy
Sasser, Lewis; WTilson Shoulars,
Cobb; Ed Sutton, Graham and
Steele; Jerry Vayda, Everett and
Manly, and Charlie Yarborough,
Ruffin and Mangum.
The question today on the Honor
System is "Is plagiarism as serious
a violation of the Honor Code as
cheating during an exam?"
The Honor Council's answer to
the question is, "Yes, for plagiar
ism is taking credit for someone
else's work. The student is misre
presenting himself if he signs his
name to a paper that he copied
in part or in whole from someone
else, unless he mentions his source
ia a footnote."
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Bill Self. Besides planning the
drive the board also selects the
organizations to which money will
be donated, and determines the
percentage which each group will
WUS is an international agency to
provide a means for college stu
dents to aid other students in un
derdeveloped and war-torn coun
tries. Sponsored in the United
Stales by the Catholic, Protestant
.and Jewish student organizations
and the National Student Assn.,
the service has been allocated 70
percent of this year's receipts by
Goettingen, one of Germany's
outstanding universities, and the
University of North Carolina have
begun a mutual student exchange
program which is now in its first
year of operation. Fifteen percent
of the receipts have been allocated
to the Goettingen Exchange Pro-
The North Carolina Board of
-Higher Education, new supreme
authority in the state's education
al affairs, is meeting here today
Then, on Thursday, the local
chapter of the American Assn. ol
University Professors will spon
sor a discussion on the relation
of the board to the University.
This discussion, open to the
public, will feature Acting Presi
dent Purks and Maj. L. P. Mc
Lendon,' a member of the board.
Major McLcndon was also a mem
ber of the UNC Board of Trustees
until last spring, when the General
Assembly failed to re-elect him.
At the Thursday meeting at 7:30
p. m. in the Faculty Lounge of
the Morehead Buliding, three top
ics will be discussed the reasons
for the board's creation, the prob
ems it faces and the aims it hopes
IN THE INFIRMARY
Students in the University In
firmary yesterday included:
Miss Marguerite E. Ward, Mil
Janie L. Proctor, Miss Catherine
B. Berryhill, Miss Patricia S.
Howard, Miss Constance A. tec
Mahon, Miss Isabel R. Master
ton,, William O. King, D.viald J.
Lear, Hasiell G. Hall, Jchn C.
Mason, Yilliam A. Diamonoures,
Patrick J. Leonard, Francis C.
Porcher, Mitchell P. Dorden Jr.,
Daniel Lanier Jr., and John F.