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CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1955
Office$ In Graham Memorial
FOUR PAGES THIS ISSUE
High School Students;
A million-dollar scholarship trust fund was established
here yesterday by Aubrey Lee Brooks of Greensboro, North
Carolina retired attorney, to enable needy students to attend
State College in Raleigh, Woman's College in Greensboro
and the University here. '
Eleven scholarships a year, each valued at $500, will
: assist students from 11 N. C. coun
ties to choose" and attend any one
The relationship of the Con
solidated University to the Board
of Higher Education will be dis
cussed tonight at a meeting of
the local chapter of the Ameri
can Assn. of University Profes
sors. The meeting will be held
at 7:30 p. m. in the Faculty
Lounge of the Morehead Build
ing. Maj. L. P. McLendon of
Greensboro will represent the
Board of Higher Education in
the discussion, with tha Univer
sity side presented by Acting
President J. Harris Purks.
The meeting will be open to
the public, and a general dis
cussion will follow the presen
tations by Major McLendon end
'- -Wjv im ;3H .ibtt ttncsmextZ. tr i-'
The Blow That "Killed" Frye
'wefic' may go on "trial" for his life tomorrow in Phi
e'ti legal fraternity's annual Mock Trial. Mavretic "killed"
(in light sweater) with a beer bottle on Franklin St. this
fcovj photo was taken just before Frye crumpled to the
He was "dead on arrival" at Memorial Hospital. (Henley
uad Photo.) .
U MOCK TRIAL:
ote May P
II Frye 'Death'
charge of first degree murder. It ; gre -n our own ranks. Most of the
falk, chief counsel for , that I have heard, there is no evi
ction in . the trial of I dence whatsoever for the state's
&ver and killer" !Joe
M yesterday "although
not collected all of the
looks as if the state
a COnvirtinr f tire
w . w H W A 111
x "'The Humanist in the Universi
ty Library" was the subject of a
lecture given Wednesday night by
UNC Librarian Andrew H. Horn.
Dr. Horn's lecture was one in a
scries of Humanities pivision Fac
ulty Lectures that originated in
1945. Since, that time more than 30
faculty members have delivered
lectures as a means of presenting
to University students, faculty, and
the public humanistic thoughts as
they affect present day situations.
Dri Horn pointed out that Uni
versity libraries and the humani
ties in American universities have
recently been charged with failure.
He added, "Yetall of these charg
es have a curious anonymity. I
have yet to. see a president or a
dean or faculty member, outside
the humanities, stand up to be
counted in public as opposed to ei
ther the humanities or libraries.
"I have begun to suspect that
most of the prophets of despair
eau, chief counsel for
' sa'd, "Just on the fact
(,le scheduled for Gra
'ial today include:
Squad, 4-5 p.m., Grail
3,1 Room; YDC, 7:30-10
f;'n Parker Lounge 1
I;-P-C., 6:30-7:30 p.m.,
hi7!r Lou"3 2' s,u-
er Uunge 2; Student
"10 P-m.. WoaHhft,,.
W8,, m; ,CUSC 4-5
Lity Check Repre
& ;30:5:1S P- m., Coun-
' Bnd9 Lessons, 4-6
j6;3e0IVous Room; Dance
C.", ' Pm' Rendezvous
N ' , Room' ROTC
P. m., A.P.O.
is clearly a i case of self-defense.
This is all part of the Annual
Mock Trial, which is being spon
sored by Phi Alpha Delta legal
fraternity Friday at 7 p.m. in the
courtroom of Manning Hall.
Mavretic will be on trial for his
life for the alleged "'murder" of
Will Frye, all-conference Carolina
, The "saying" occurred last Mon
day night when Frye was dating
Miss Anne Wrenn. Mavretic met
Frye and Miss Wrenn, made some
comment about Fryc's "being with
his girl" and then hit Frye on the
head with a beer bottle.
Frve was taken to Memorial
Hospital, but was
Chief witnesses for the prose-
...mi nTic Wrenn and!
cuiion win -
Spero Dorton, manager of tnc
Goody Shop. ?
If Mavretic is found guilty of
the charges, he will be "executed
in the gas chamber, unless the
jury recommends mercy. If mer
cy is- recommended, he will be
"sentenced" to a mandatory life
Superior Court Judge Itichard
son Pryer of 'Greensboro will pre
side at the trial. ,..,-. - .
criticism we receive is aenvea
from our own self-criticism."
of the three institutions of the Con
solidated University. The counties
are Surry, Stokes, Rockingham
Caswell Person, Granville, Ala
mance, Orange, Durham, Guilford
Other counties stand to benefit
later from the Aubrey Lee Brooks
Foundation, either from additions
to the present endowment or from
anticipated increased income. The
present grant consists of 8,000
shares of common stock in Jeffer
son Standard Life Insurance Com
pany" . ... .'. ?
, Financial need, character and ac
ademic standing are among requi
sites indicated for students . from 1
counties comprising the old "Im
perial Fifth Congressional Dis
trict." Students are to be nominat
ed by principals of schools deemed
eligible. : i
Ceremonies setting up the foun-
- .1 riant t tnlc arn 'Ml centc onH rnumc.
More-head Building. Those attend- . .... , , ... . .
. v - .t 4V . people will be admitted -for $1. .
Ing were Gov. Luther Hodges, Ji - . t .
1 111c aiuiy tuiitcnia g-iusis ut
a .-western .town who disapprove of
Via lar?5oc in n (rnimn rt ontorf oin.
Expressing his belief in the val- ... , .
. , . . - , . , . . ers which comes to sing and dance
ue of helping needy students go to . . ' ...
college, Brooks said he'' himself , ln e me fV
was once assisted financially as a' StarrII?g m e Production are
student here jLarry .Thorp, Miss Bo Bernardin,
ov.,n0 r.j.: . 'Jack Sooncr and Miss Jane Ed-
x 1 uiillo ui uic luuiiudiiua ciic ,
Student-Produced Sound And Fury Show Opens Tonight
Sound and Fury, student dramatic group, will get off its 1955-56 year tonight and tomorrow in Memorial Hall with "Heaven Help
Us," a musical comedy with lots of beautiful girls. In picture abo ve, the four leads are shown in dress rehearsal. They are (left to
right) Larry Thorp, Director Bo Bernardin, Jack Spooner and Miss Jane Edwards. Below, Thorp and Miss Bernardin enact one of the
more passionate scenes 'of the musical. Tickets, 50 cents for students, are on sale in town, Graham Memoria and at the door. (Jack
Markham Photos.) .
5 The Sound and Fury company
will present "Heaven Help Us" to- .
night and ; tomorrow night in Me- :
morial Hall at 8 o'clock.
- Tickets may i be obtained at
Kemp's, Town' 'and Campus, Y-
Court and Graham Memorial. Stu-
Brooks' and members of his fami
ly and the foundation trustees.
Others in tlie cast are Dave Reid,
Aubrey Lee Brooks, Thornton Hig-
hi Tlrnnlrc anrl .TnTr Xavlrwi
Brooks of Greensboro. Charles M. i Lewis Brumfield, George Hamilton,
miss rxances ocnneii, auss uons
Shaffer of Chapel Hill the Presi
dent, vice-president,, finance 'offi
cer and secretary of the Consoli
dated University and the chancel
lors of the three units.
'dead" on ar-
Phi Defeats Measure
Against Honor System
Tuesday night the philanthropic
Assembly debated a bill calling for
the abolition of the Honor System.
Rep. Jesse Stribling of the Ways
and Means Committee introduced
the bill, which was, he said, "Es
pecially pertinent in this, the Hon
or System Week."
Due to the volume of debate
on the bill, it was referred to com
mittee until next week.
"The response and interest of
the faculty have been encourag
ing," said Ogburn Yates, chair
man of the Men's Honor Coun
cil, yesterday concerning the pro
gram of Honor System Week.
"Already a good number of
departments have been consulted
and met with," he said. "It was
suggested that the faculty men
tion Honor System Week in their
classes one day this Week."
The schedule for the dormi
tory discussions on. Honor Sys
tem Week tonight is as follows:
Jim Beatty, Winson; 10:30 p. m ;
Jerry Vay da, Manly, 10:45; Ed
Sutton, Steele, 10:30, and Char
lie Yarborough, Mangum, 10:30.
Adkins, Dave Glass, Harold Wil
liamson, Art Sutorious, Miss Mary
Batten, Miss Lasell Light, Miss Dot
tie Wood, Miss Barbara Prago,
Frank Crovvther and Miss Carolyn
Miller. . ' 4
Members of the chorus are Ron
ny White, John Heath, Nicky Hes
ter, Howard Smith,' Don Freeman,
George Weaver, Don Whitfield,
Herman Holland, Pat Healy and
Others - are Misses Nellie Sand
ers, Betty Meloy, Sherry Ogden,
j iii uara iNewcomD, iNancy aiepn-
ens, Barbaree Prestwood, Shirlee
Prestwood, Helen Wood, Sara Stem
bridge, Joan Ashley. .
Dancers include Miss Betty Bos
tian, Miss Susan Hayes,, Miss An
cy Hoover, Miss Ann Stavey, John
Steed, Tom Davis, Buddy Strick
land, Dave Reid, Miss' Blynn Durn
ing, Miss Jane Warwick and Miss
Joan Brown. . r
The director is Miss Bo Bernar
din; Miss Carol Ann Lee, assistant
director; Ken Lowry, producer;
Bill Wiermouth and Larry, Thorp,
setting design; Misses Bo Bernardin
and Joan Prince, costume design;
Jim Turner, lighting design.
Cecil Hartsoe, musical arrange
ment; Jack Spooner, choral direc
accompanied by an Honor Coun
cil member. Posters have been
placed in dormitories listing
speaker and time. The purpose
'of the week's program will be
discussed, after which there will
(See HOttOR, page 4.)
Each of these athletes will be J 1'' CecU Hartse, ballet music;
Miss Blynn Durning, ballet chore
ography; Henri Van Order, prop
erties; Bob Ferrell, publicity man
ager; Tom Isley, ticket officeJack
Game, business manager; Jim Se
curest, make-up; Bill Wearmouth,
! crew chief
HONOR SYSTEM WEEK-3:
e feats Weinman
Bv Niel Bass ! ber in a run-off election. A third
Bill Sabiston proposed a "pro-j candidate, Miss Marsha McCord
grcssive effort for victory in spring
elections" and swept the Univer
sity Party chairmanship by a 29
vote majority , at Thursday night's
Sabiston took the post from
Mike Weinman, only other nomi
nee in the contest. Weinman told
party members he "would like
to head a unified effort" to cap
ture campus electoral offices, but
couldn't muster enough support for
Jim Monteith, who put Sabis-
m Hare Wins in
Vie For Post
Jeff Hare captured the Men's
Honor Council freshman seat in a
close three:way contest in Tues
day's run-off election.
Haie polled some 220 votes to
202 for Jim Long and 18G for John
This was the second run-off con
test for the Honor Council's fresh
man seat. The first run-off was be
tween Hare and Hester, but the
Student Council invalidated: the
election by ruling that Long had
polled enough ballots to merit en
trance into the required run-off.
Thus, a second run-off was necessitated.
was eliminated during the first
ballot by a slim one vote majority.
John Keer nabbed the treasur
ers job without opposition.
An attempt to categorize Sabis
ton as a "liberal" and Weinman
as a "conservative" by Miss Peggy
Ballard was nipped in the bud by
f Monteith. He said, 'Maybe Bill and
I are a little radical. . .we believe
in motherhood and all that." "Sure
he likes tto take a pot shot at the Constance A. McMahon, Miss
opposition once in a while," Mon- ! Henrietta Laing, Miss Roberta
IN THE INFIRMARY
Students in the Infirmary yes
Miss Marguerite E. Ward, Miss
ton's hat in the competition, saul, j teith said, "but he's the best man! Zwahlcn, Miss Retta F. Jelks,
"he (Sabiston) needs you, and you if or the job." Mis Sandra P. Clarke Miss
"An honor system cannot pos
sibly work without student co
operation; its effectiveness de
pends entirely on them," said
basketball star Jerry Vayda yes
terday concerning lienor System
"I admit that the faculty plays
a large part 'in our Honor Sys
tem by periodically reminding
the students that we have such.,
a sjstem and also being prompt
to turn in any suspicious cases,
but basically it is the students
themelves who make the differ
ence," he said.
"Many seem ,to. take the sys
tem for granted and don't "fully
realize its meaning. By prompt
ing suclia woithwhile project . as
Honor System Week, I sincerely
hope . that this laxness can be
overcome, and that all of us will
be more conscious of this val
uable tradition," concluded Vay
need; him." Monteith laureled Sa
bistonfor his ability, to "organize."
Al Hoke captured the party vice
chairmanship by acclamation af
ter Bob Hornik,, only other can
didate, declined to run.
Closest competition of the ses
sion was brought to front in the
race for the party secretary's post.
Miss Sue Wallner finally got
job by defeating Miss Martha Bar-
Biggest cut against the oppos
ing Student Party taken at the
session was by Rueben Leonard.
Leonard, while speaking for Sa
biston whom he called "an extre
mely hard worker."
The first measure failed by a
narrow majority, and the second
by a far greater show of hands.
Gloria A. Rothman. Fredrtc A.
Burney, Fred L. Hooper Jr.,
William H. Kouri, Haisell G.
Hall, Bennetie E. Whisenant,
Parker L. Ward, John B. Mason,
William A. Diamonourcs, Mitc
hell P. Borden Jr. Francis Ft.
Randolph, Jordan H. Parksr,
Cohman B. Woodhall, Edward
K. Zimmerman, John F. Ccnel