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CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1955
Officet In Graham Memorial
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student Legislature this week passed a bill appropriating $1,000 to the Carolina
nn on Public Atfairs but defeated another bill which called for the appropriation
to The Daily Tar Heel to enable it to continue publication six days a week.
II to provide funds for 'scholarship achievement cups for dormitories, fraternities
and sororities was kept in com-
Df ICO "ill
lirman, lashed back yes
President Don Fowler's
bill creating a bipartisan
selection of Daily Tar
;i pointed out that Fowl
was stamped two days
a the Constitutions' 10-
- and said he planned to
a-ith plans for the board's
:ose when the board be
anizing itself, someone
ienge it. Should the veto
1 which I think extreme
v I will re-introduce the
h the Legislature gave
to on Nov. 10 by a vote of
aid it by any chance be
I will take the issue to
I of the student body in
g," Lambeth said in a
I Fowler gave for vetoing
he selections . board is a
;ep in removing the pow
?ction from the hands of
(the board) denies politi
es their traditional right
ss their pref usance f kr
Ung these two reasons
ill does not prevent part
. expressing their prefer
? editor, but specifically
3t it shall not prevent the
ient of candidates by a
g the point farther, Lam-
e bill creating a selections
loes not restrict student
f editors. It merely takes
r from the hands of the
ties and 'puts it in the
ftte whole student body."
th blasted Fowler for not
:ng on the measure "dur
21 days when it was be
student Legislature. It is
"ft," he said, "that Presi
! was not given the bill
r had contended that he
s,o the bill within the
;d time because "Jack did
e l"s on my desk until
' He was referring to
!re Speaker Jack Stevens,
dually unfortunate that
he (Fowler) did not act on his
own initiative and announce his
veto within the consitutional lim
itation," Lambeth said.
Lambeth said he didn't back the
bill because he was against parti
san political parties, but because
he thought "no editor of the camp
us paper should sit in his desk
tied by any obligation to one or
even to both campus political
He said he didn't consider him
self in a personal dispute with
the president, but thought the
trouble might have stemmed from
"a difference in political philosophies."
Graham Memorial will hold a
Christmas party-dance tonight
from 9 p.m. until midnight in
the Rendezvous Room, with com
bo, candlelight, free cider and
The dance will also feature a
fire in the fireplace and a
Christmas tree, according to
member of the Graham Memorial
.Activities Board Dance Commit'
tee. - "
A Christmas party for the chil
dren of Victory Village will be
held Monday at 6:30 p.m. at the
Day Care, Center in Victory Vil
lage. , The party will be sponsored by
the Recreations Committee of
Graham Memorial, according to
Misses Jane Howie and Trissy Holt,
co-chairmen of the Pteceptions
Santa Claus will be there to
distribute free gifts, ice cream,
balloons and stockings filled with
candy to the children.
Miss Gwen Heinzen and George
Hamilton wiil provide entertain
ment. Miss Heinzen will read "The
Night , Before Christmas," and
Hamilton will play the guitar and
sing children's Christmas songs.
mittee and will be considered next
The bill providing funds for the
Carolina Symposium passed .by an
overwhelming vote, and' the bill '
calling for The Daily Tar Heel
funds was defeated by an over
whelming vote with only two rep
resentatives voting for it.
A message from student body
President Don Fowler was read to
the assembly. The message urged
the assembly not to pass the two
money bills. ' s
An attempt was ' made to bring
up two bills which Fowler had
previously vetoed in an effort to
pass them over his veto. The two
bills provided for a "constitutional
revision committee and a selec
tions board to approve candidates
running for editor of The Daily
But Jim Holmes objected and
said he questioned the constitu
tionality of Fowler's veto. Holmes
said he would appear before the
Student Council next week when it
will decide on the constitutionality
of Fowler's veto.
Introduced at the session were
a bill to provide a budget for the
Student Audit Board t6 secure per
sonnel for the Student Activities
Fund Office, a bill to appropriate
$40 to the Veterans' Affairs Com
mittee', a bill to appropriate $37.50
for printing the bylaws of the stu
dent Legislature , and the student
Constitution,1 and" a bill to appropri
ate $20 to the Men's Honor Coun
cil for printing purposes. These
j bills will be voted on at the next
session. ' .
Here's Where Some Of The Campus Chest Money Collected Here Goes
Some of the money collected in UNC's Campus Chest drive this weeek will go
to Yugoslavia (left) and some to ; France (right). Approximately 70 percent of cam
paign funds will go to the World' University Service, which sent the food in the left
picture to students at Shopje University in Yugoslavia. The group also owns "Les
Alpages" (right), a rest center for women students in the French Alps. Campus Chest
Treasurer Bill Self said yesterday only $187.67, or one-fifth of the expected tctal, hss
been turned in to the campus drive. He urged students to contribute.
SPONSORED BY ALPHAf EPSILON DELTA:
Preparation for a career in
medicine will be the theme of a
state-wide premedical and pre-
dental convention here today.
Btween 400 and 500 students
and professional men are expect- .
ed for the convention, according ,
to Tommy Strickland of Alpha
Epsilon Delta, ' sponsor of the ;
meeting. Strickland said he has
received queries about the meet
ing from Duke, Wake Forest,
Davidson,' Lenoir Rhyne, Cataw- ;
-bar High Point, Meredith', "
man's College, Efon and Guil
Any student may be excused
from his classes to attend the
convention, said Strickland.
When a student registers, he
said, he will be given a blank
which may be exchanged for "an
Six prominent North Caro
lina physicians and dentists. will
speak on the day-long program,
to be held, in Hill Hall, begin
ning with 9 a.m. registration.
"Alpha" Epsilon iDelta is,'aha-'
tional premedical honor society.
Toast of the Campus," the GMAB
talent show, has been postponed un
According to Director Paul,Mc
Cauley and Producer Bob Hicks,
the postponement would give more
response and working 'time. He
said there are many, people who
wish to work on the presentation,
but who cannot work on it until
There will be a meting Tuesday
at 7:30 in Memorial Hall for all
those interested in working on the
show. Auditions will be held at a
v The postponement was decided
upon by the staff he said.
?naI Student Assn.
P Attends Meet
Carolina delegation to the
Students Assn. left this
F Lynchburg College,
Va., Where the Fall
Virginia Regional Con
I1 NSA is being held.
Ration is composed of
ffy President Don Fowl-juei-
Dave Reid and Jim
L!-la,Ce' director of Grah
will deliver the ma
: s- Hls speech will con
f Rent's rb!e in the Unit
and world affairs.
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nd park.. . , .
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Miss Hirf Named As
'55 DSP Rose Queen
Miss Sandy Hirt, senior from Larchmont, N. Y., was crowned I
Qu'een at the annual Delta Sigma Pi Hose Dance recently.
Miss Hirt, an art major, was presented roses and a cup a
token of her selection.
Theme of the dance, music for
which -was played by Bill Langley
and his Stardreamers, was "Win
ter Fantasy." .
Miss Hirt will represent the.
local chapter in the Natonal Rose
of Delta Sigma Pi Contest to be
held in February.
The national contest, which was
initiated in 1947, is participated
in by one representative from
each active chapter.
Miss Hirt's picture will be sub
mitted to officials of the national
competition along with other chap
ter roses throughout the nation
for final judging. -
Judges for the local competition
were Dr. Calhoun, Dr. George and
MISS SANDY HIRT
... '55 Rose Queen
Sound And Fury "
Held Over Tonight
Sound and Fury's production of "Heaven Help Us" has been
hejd over by popular demand. The show will be produced tonight in
Memorial Hall at 10 p.m. following the UNC-USC basketball game.
Miss Bernardin, Lawrence Thorp, Jane Edwards and Jack
Spooner are cast in the leading roles as the play goes into its third
session. Originally scheduled to wind up its run last night, the play
was held over by Bob Young, chairman of Graham Memorial Activi
tiyies Board, due to audience acclaim and student demand for tickets.
Prices for tickets for tonight's performance will be 50 cents for
students and $1.00 for all others who wish to see the performance.
HONOR SYSTEM WEEK - 5:
To end the Week of concentrated
study on the Honor System, Chair
man Ogburn Yates of the Men's
Honor Council gave his opinion of
the good the period gained.
"For- the most part, I feel that
Honor System Week was very suc
cessful," he said. "In almost every
case where discussions were held,
typical and intelligent questions
were !asked and many points about
the Honor System cleared up. Even
though many students were not in
Jim Beatty, Carolina track star
and president of the junior class,
yesterday made the following
statement on Honor System Week:
"The Honor System is a chal
lenge to prove one's honor, and
since this is Honor System Week,
I think it fitting that we contem
plate on the word honop and ar
rive at some logical answer as to
what honor is.
"I ask you, 'What is honor?' I
think honor is a heavenly and
divine quality that has been in
stinctively sought by every indi
vidual of every period of history.
It is that excellence of character,
which, byi right and nature, at
tracts respect. '
"But to have it, honor suggests
a certain social -obligation it im
plies a kind of gentleman's agree
ment. If we are to maintain a
Honor System here at UNC, it is
our obligation to abide by the rules
(See HONOR, page, 4.)
on the discussions, I feel that cer
tainly the majority were aware that
Honor System Week was being
held and profited by it in some
"From all indications it has been
received very well and if its pur
pose making the student and fac
ulty aware that we dp have an
Honor System, but its effective
ness depends entirely on them
has only partially been achieved,
we, its promoters, will be satisfied."
President of the local chapter is
Elwood Morgan, senior from
Burlington. Assisting in sponsor
ship are the Schools of Medi
cine and Dentistry.
Dr. M. L. Moore, national
secretary of the society, will fee
the first speaker, discussing the
role of the AED in medical edu
Two UNC speakers during
Saturday morning will be Dr. R.
E. Sturdevant, chairman of the
Dental - School " admissions com-
mittee, speaking on "Qualifica-:
tions of a Modern Dentist," and
Dr., N. A. Woniack, chairman of
the Dept. of Surgery, Medical
School, on "Qualifications of a
Following lunch the confer
ees will tour the Medical and
Dental Schools, reconvening at
2:45 p.m. to hear Dr. J. E. Mar
kee, admissions committee chair
man at Duke Medical School,
discuss "Factors Governing the
Selection of Medical Students."
Drive Ends ioday;
Only 1-5 Collected
The Campus Chest drive ends at noon today, but by late yester
day only about one-fifth of the expected receipts had been turned in.
Treasurer Bill Self said vesterday he hopes the solicitors have
been collecting money, and are just waiting until the drive is . over
to turn it in. So far only two sororities six fraternities and three wo
men's dorms have reported. None of the men's dorms has been heard
from. . . '.
Highest contributions so far have come from Kappa Delta, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon and Kenan and Carr dorms. Receipts to date total
$187.67, as compared to last year's $1,000.
ISelf urged all solicitors to turn in what they have already col
lected and to try hard to get more. If the drive is not a success, he
said, another drive or project will have to be held later in the year.
Ttibble Promises Aid
In Probe Of Colleae
Today is the last day for veter
ans to sign a petition for more
education and training allow
ances ffom the government.
The petition may be signed in
Col. Shepard's office in South
Harper Named Dean
In Arts & Sciences
Dr. George M. Harper, assistant
professor of English, has recently
been named assistant dean of the
College of Arts and Sciences, ac
cording to an announcement from
Three advisers in the college
were also recently named. They
are Dr. Frank Duffey, adviser for
humanities; Dr. Victor Greulach,
adviser for natural sciences and
Gordon Cleveland, adviser for
WAKE FOREST, Dec. 9
The president of Wake Forest Col
lege today promised full coopera
tion with a trustees investigation
of his administration.
However, President Harold W.
Tribble said he regretted that "the
agitation of recent months should
assume such proportions as to hin
der and retard our develpoment
Tribble said in a statement that
"We need cooperation and harmo
ny now more than ever before,
and we had this in good measure
until this year." The year has
seen Basil M. Watkins of Durham
serve as president of the Wake
board of trustees.
Watkins, who was defeated for
re-election recently, announced
last night that a nine-member
trustees committee has been ap
pointed and will go to work
j promptly investigating the "over
all situation" at Wake Forest, in
cluding "reported low faculty
Interdormitory Council Court
The Interdormitory Council Court, above, is another of the Caro
lina student courts. The members, left to right, are Benny Huffman,
Shelton Alexander, chairman; Charles Dunn, Bob Harrington and Dan
! moral and general discontent
among the alumni regarding the
future of Wake Forest."
Watkins named Andrew J.
Ilutchins of Canton to head the
investigating committee which was
authorized by the truste.es at a
meeting several weeks ago. Hutch-
ins said last night the committee
will begin its work "between now
and Monday." He added, "We will
try to conduct an absolutely im
partial, fair and objective investi
gation of rumors mentioned in Mr.
Watkins asked the committee to
hold hearings here and at Winston
Salem where the college will move
next spring. The committee may
make its report at a meeting of
the trustees scheduled tentatively
for Dec. 22 at Winston-Salem.
Dr. Tribble said he felt confi
dent "that good will come out
of the present confusion if all the
facts are brought to light and fair
(See TRIBBLE, page 4.)
25 Needy Families
Get 'Stocking' Aid
Thanks to 25 campus organiza
tions, 25 families in the Chapel
Hill area will not have empty
New additions to the list of con
tributors are Phi Kappa Sigma,
Alderman Dormitory, Sigma Nu,
Chi Omega, Pi Beta Phi and St.
Anthony Hall. Other groups may
adopt a. family by calling Mrs.
Gordon Cleveland before Dec. 12.
The Empty Stocking Campaign
is sponsored by the Junior Service
League. Last year the League was
able to help 422 needy families.
This year the list of those wanting
help has already reached "200 and
more applications are coming in
An example of a family desper
ately needing help is the following:
Mr. and Mrs. P. and five children
live in the country in a two-room
log cabin. The father has seasonal
work, but this does not meet their
needs. The mother has tried to
supplement this, but she cannot
find anyone to keep the children.
There is a young baby and a
feeble-minded five-year-old. This
child cannot talk, walk or stand,
arid this demands all of Mrs. P's
time. The family love the child
and wish to keep him in the home.
Mrs. P. is an excellent house
keeper. When her husband is em
ployed she buys food and clothes
for the. children and tries to plan
for the months when there is no
employment. One child attends
school regularly when he has
enough clothes. The neighbors have
been good to ihem, but through
the Empty Stocking Fund, Santa
Claus will visit this home Christmas.
IN THE INFIRMARY
Students in the Infirmary yts
Miss Roberta A. Zwahltn, f.isi
Retta S. Jelks, Miss Sylvia C.
Calloway, Miss Gloria A. Rcfh
man, Miss Marilyn C. Wats-an,
Frederick A. Burney, Hugh D.
Jackson, Herbert S. Kincey Jr.,
Hassell G. Hall, Edward A. Lip
ski, Richard A. Myers, Walter H.
Geddie, John B. Mason, Francii
R. Randolph, William T. fAc
Cuiston, Lyndon U. Anthony,
Robert C. Hanes, James P. Pitt -man
and Frederick E. Q&rwkk.